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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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Variables (n = 440) Categories Frequencies Percentage Iodometric test 0 ppm 180 40.9 range <7 ppm 15 3.4 7-14.99 ppm 79 18.0 15-29.99 ppm 108 24.5 > 30 ppm 58 13.2 Adequately iodized 166 37.7 ([greater than or equal to]15 ppm) Inadequately 274 62.3 iodized/no iodine (<15ppm) ppm: parts per million.
AVS and CRS were quantified by iodometric titration with 0.025 M sodium thiosulfate.
(21) Determination of vitamin C was achieved by the iodometric method (method 364/IV).
The contents of calcium ([Ca.sup.2+] ions), total reduced sulfur, and alkalinity (O[H.sup.-], C[O.sub.3.sup.2-] and HC[O.sub.3.sup.-] ions) were determined using titration methods, the ISO-6058:1984 method [23], iodometric titration [24], and the ISO-9963-1:1994(E) method [25], respectively.
Peroxide value (POV) was determined in triplicate by the iodometric (visual) endpoint method (ISO.
The 2-KGA concentration was determined using the iodometric method as previously described (Chen and Yan 1981) with three independent repetitions.
Amylase activity was determined using the iodometric method of Somogyi (1960) and one amylase unit is defined as the amount of enzyme that hydrolyses 10 mg of starch in 30 min.