One of the most valuable determinations in the analysis of water and sewage is the determination of the oxygen consumed. In the deep well waters of the state, the amount of chlorine in the form of chlorides in many cases is very high, as may be seen by the investigations of the Geological Survey on the artesian waters.
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Weems, J. B. and Brown, J. C.
"The Influence of Chlorine as Chlorides in the Determination of Oxygen Consumed in the Analysis of Water,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 8(1), 85-88.
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