iodometry


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iodometry

(ˌaɪəˈdɒmɪtrɪ)
n
(Chemistry) chem a procedure used in volumetric analysis for determining the quantity of substance present that contains, liberates, or reacts with iodine
iodometric, ˌiodoˈmetrical adj
ˌiodoˈmetrically adv
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Over the next 40 years, numerous other case reports were published regarding the effectiveness of this modality; and then, in 1965, Pischinger succeeded in providing objective evidence of the Huneke "lightening reaction" (discussed later in this article) through hematology and iodometry.
The extent of oxidation at the end of 6 h was determined by iodometry (24).
Bacoside B' was found to be identical to 'bacoside A' in respect of their carbohydrate and the aglycone moieties as determined by iodometry, gravimetry, colorimetry and analysis of acid hydrolysis products (Basu et al.