A New Turbidimetric method for the Determination of Sulphate in Brackish Waters
Keywords: Bausch & Lomb Spectronic, Barium Chloride, Glycerine d-Glucose
AbstractA New turbidimetric method for the determination of sulphate in brackish waters is described. A suspension of barium sulphate is product in an acidified medium of glycerine d-glucose solution by the addition of barium chloride solution and the turbidity measured with the help of Bausch & Lomb Spectronic '20' Colorimeter. Concentrations upto 160 ppm of sulphate, mate ions do not interfere, nor do Cu/Sup2+, Fe/Sup3+, Co/Sup2+, Ni/Sup2+, and Cr/Sup3+. The method has been applied to the determination of sulphate in desert soils as well.
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Chaudhuri, J., Purohit, A., & Bhargava, T. (2014). A New Turbidimetric method for the Determination of Sulphate in Brackish Waters. Defence Science Journal, 15(1), 26-29. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.15.7224
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