- Wednesday, July 1, 1992
- Kinetics and mechanism of oxidation of bromide ions by sodium perborate by transforming to a Landolt process
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Sodium perborate was used for oxidation of bromide ions at pH 3.64. The reaction was conducted by potentiometric measurements. The orders with respect to perborate and bromide ions were found to be unity in each reagent and a plausible mechanism was postulated. The effect of temperature was studied in the range of 20–40 °C and the Arrhenius parameters were evaluated.
Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters, Volume 48, Number 1 / July, 1992