Iodate, bromate, chlorate may be titrated electrometrically with titanous sulfate at the ordinary temperature to an accurate endpoint. There is no necessity to titrate back an excess of the reducing agent. The iodate is titrated best in sulfuric acid solution. There is a rise in potential at the beginning of about 0.25 volt, after which the voltage remains steady till the end-point is reached, when the voltage drops sharply to about 0.3 volt.
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Hendrixson, W. S.
"Electrometric Titration of Iodate, Bromate, Chlorate and Ferricyanide with Titanous Sulfate,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 30(1), 423-423.
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