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Iron determination of beer and ale by the electric eye


, : Iron determination of beer and ale by the electric eye. Crown [Baltimore] 38(3-4): 17, 24, 16, 21

Continuation of a paper in the previous issue. Iron is detd. in beer and ale by adding alpha,alpha[image]-dipyridyl, measuring the color photometrically along with the untreated beer as a standard, and reading the Fe content from a curve made with known amounts of Fe in beer.

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