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Pulse polarographic determination of tetramethylthiuram disulphide in commercial fungicides and rubber accelerators

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A convenient and accurate analytical procedure has been developed for the trace determination of tetramethylthiuram disulphide in commercial fungicides and rubber accelerators for the purpose of quality control. Thiuram disulphide gives a well defined, diffusion controlled cathodic wave in 0.01 m pyridinium perchlorate in dimethylformamide with half-wave potential -0.36 V against a saturated calomel electrode. Determination has been made by normal pulse and differential pulse polarography using linear calibration plots.


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