Weighed quantities of ferrous sulfate were dissolved in buffered solutions after which the resulting buffered solutions of ferrous sulfate were aerated for three hours. The quantity of iron remaining unoxidized after three hours aeration was, in each case determined, by titrating the aerated solution with potassium permanganate solution. The degree of oxidation was found to vary both with the initial concentration of ferrous sulfate and with the pH value of the solution.
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Cornog, Jacob and Hershberger, Albert
"The Influence of pH Values on the Oxidation of Ferrous Sulphate,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 36(1), 264-265.
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