Turidimetric method of determination of chloride in brackish water

  • J. C. Chaudhuri Defence Laboratory, Jodhpur
  • A. D. Purohit Defence Laboratory, Jodhpur
Keywords: Turbidimetric, Chloride

Abstract

A turbidimetric method of determination of chloride in brackish waters of Rajasthan has been descried. The suspending medium for the silver chloride is 1:1 glycerine containing 10% d-glucose. Upto 105ppm sodium chloride can be directly determined by this new method. A standard curve has been drawn with concentration (ppm) against percentage transmission. The curve enables one to read concentration of chloride in terms of ppm, by the use of a formula derived in this paper.
Published
2014-05-07
How to Cite
ChaudhuriJ., & PurohitA. (2014). Turidimetric method of determination of chloride in brackish water. Defence Science Journal, 13(1), 87-103. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.13.7075
Section
Research Papers