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Successive Determination of Zirconium and Titanium(29) After the determination of zirconium, titanium was determined in the same solution by the addition of hydrogen peroxide and excess EDTA and back-titration with bismuth nitrate. 6 N) solution as described. Cool below 20°C. Add enough EDTA to complex all the titanium. Add 5 ml of 10 % H 2 0 2 . Neutralize with aqueous ammonia (1:1) to the red-violet colour of xylenol orange. Acidify with nitric acid to pH 1-2. 05 M bismuth nitrate to an intense red color.
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