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measuring the oxide content in a electrolyte

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measuring the oxide content in a electrolyte

Post  zincatore on Thu Apr 09, 2009 5:09 am

Hi there.
I'm new in this forum so please be patient with me.

I don't know if here is the right place to ask this question.

I have a electrolyte for zinc deposition. In this electrolyte (for zinc deposition) was added some nanometric oxides, like TiO2 (5%w, 10%w, 15%w, etc,). In time, the quantity of TiO2 in the electrolyte decrease, due to the deposition or other processes.

How can I measure the quantity of TiO2 (w) that remains in the electrolyte?

Thanks. If this is not the right place to ask please recommend me a forum where I can find an answer.

thanks again

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