chromotropic

chromotropic

(krō″mō-trŏp′ĭk) [″ + tropikos, turning]
1. Being attracted to color.
2. Attracting color.
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Method based on reaction of formaldehyde with chromotropic acid and determination of formaldehyde concentration.
The chromotropic acid method was adopted for the analysis of formaldehyde in the rain waters [7].
In past years, traceability of clinical triglyceride measurements was established through participation in the CDC's Lipid Standardization Program (LSP), which standardized triglyceride measurements by the chromotropic acid (CA) RMP as the accuracy base for triglyceride measurements.
The determination of formaldehyde absorbed in distilled water is based on the specific reaction of formaldehyde with a chromotropic acid-sulfuric acid solution, forming a purple monocationic chromogen.
On the other hand, for the second mixture (Irbesartan/ Hydrochlorothiazide mixture), Irbesartan was determined by the first derivative zero crossing technique after extraction with chloroform, while Hydrochlorothiazide was determined by a specific colorimetric method using chromotropic acid.
After adding 9 ml of chromotropic acid, the volume was adjusted to 10 ml and the optical density was measured after cooling, at 570 nm.
Measurement of Formaldehyde Concentration Formaldehyde concentration will be measured applying the photocolorimetric method using chromotropic acid.
Van Handel (8) optimized the colorimetric zeolite extraction, alcoholic KOH saponification, periodate, and chromotropic acid reagent method.
0 percent chromotropic acid are poured in a 50-mL Pyrex[R] test tube with a screw-top cap.
The colorimetric method utilizes sulfuric acid and chromotropic acid and is relatively specific for glycolic acid [52].
Formaldehyde was analyzed by using the chromotropic acid technique described by Carlson et al.