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Determination of Chlorine in Oxygen from Solid Chemical Oxygen Generators
- Aerospace Standard
Published October 15, 2012 by SAE International in United States
This ARP covers a procedure to be used in the determination of 0.05 to 0.3 ppm of chlorine in oxygen from any type of generator used for emergency or other life-support systems. The methyl orange method described can be considered as a referee technique. Instrumental analysis is also given in Section 8.
The A-10 Committee concluded that this analytical method will not be updated in the future. There is no plan to develop a replacement document at this time. Therefor, the Committee tasked the sponsor to ballot to stabilize this document at the current revision level.
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