Hanus method

noun Ha·nus method \ˈhänəs(h)-, -ˌnu̇sh-\

Definition of Hanus method

  1. :  a method for determining the iodine number of an oil or fat that consists in adding a mixture of iodine and bromine in glacial acetic acid and estimating the excess of unused halogen by titration with sodium thiosulfate

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Origin and Etymology of hanus method

after J. Hanuš


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