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Offline bucky27

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sodium gluconate analysis
« on: 07/10/2004 17:03:23 »
Hi everybody
I would like to know if someone use an analysis method by titrage to determine the concentration of sodium gluconate in a solution.  This solution contains sodium gluconate, NaOH, Cr under forms CrO3 and Pb under forms PbO.  

Thank-you to those that will take the time to reply me.  

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Buck


 

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Re: sodium gluconate analysis
« Reply #1 on: 08/10/2004 22:55:12 »
Assuming the gluconate is in excess, wouldn't it chelate the chromate and lead-oxide?  I know it chelates free metal ions when in an alkaline solution, not sure of the oxides...



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