Re: ORGLIST: How to analyse hypobromous acid, HOBr, in water?

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From: Dr.s.k.adhikari (sisir_ad$##$vsnl.com)
Date: Tue Aug 14 2001 - 10:55:29 EDT


Dear Helmer,
Though you have not mention the environment of BrO', may be simplest would
be to do enzymetically, peroxide(so many peroxidase qv are available)+BrO' =
oxygen, which could be detected/measured.Reverse of urea determination can
also be used.Urea cosumed (=Quantitative Nitrogen released)= BrO' present.
With all the best wishes,
Sisir Adhikari
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> From: "Svdergerd, Helmer"<Helmer.Sodergard$##$kemira.com>
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> Dear colleagues!
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> Any ideas how to analyse hypobromous acid, HOBr, in water?
> Required detection limit = 6 nanograms/liter (=0,006 micrograms/liter)
> Thanks in advance!
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> Sincerely,
> Helmer Sodergard
> Finland
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