Volhard method

noun Vol·hard method \ ˈfōlˌhärt- \

Definition of Volhard method

:a method for the determination of chlorine, bromine, and iodine in the form of halides by precipitating them with excess silver nitrate and titrating the excess with a thiocyanate solution

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Origin and Etymology of volhard method

after Jakob Volhard †1910 German chemist


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