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i·o·do·met·ric

(ī-ō'dō-met'rik),
Relating to iodometry.

i·o·do·met·ric

(ī-ō'dō-met'rik)
Relating to iodometry.
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Peroxide content of ozonated sunflower oil using iodometric assay achieved the maximum values at 24 hours of reaction time [39].
Ascorbic acid content was determined using Iodometric titration (AOAC, 1984).
In the case of blends containing LPO, an iodometric titration was carried out to determine the number of moles of LPO in the solvent-rich phase (47-49).
Solutions of hydrogen peroxide (perhydrol at 30%) were prepared at 1, 2 and 3% (v/v) and standardized by iodometric method.
Standard iodometric titration procedure recommended by the International Council for Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders (ICCIDD) was used to determine iodine content in all the salt samples [1].
The salt samples were kept at room temperature in the laboratory and iodine content was measured within a week following the iodometric titration method (18).
Huffman, "Quantitative Analysis of Dimethyl Titanocene by Iodometric Titration, Gas Chromatography and NMR," J.
Mb--sodium metabisulfite concentration; (2) MFRs/a--method of reactive ribbon without heating; (3) MFRc/a--method of reactive ribbon with heating; (4) MTIs/a--method of iodometric titration without heating; (5) MTIc/a--method of iodometric titration with heating; (6) MTAL--Adolfo Lutz Institute adapted titration method.
The iodine content of salt can be determined by a standard iodometric titration.
All the samples were immediately frozen at -20[degrees]C until the quantity of amylase was determined through the amyloclastic iodometric method.