Padma, Doddaballapur K (1989) Determination of free elemental sulphur in some petroleum products. In: Talanta, 36 (4). pp. 525-526.
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Uncombined elemental sulphur in petroleum products such as kerosene, diesel, furnace and gear oil has been determined by conversion into copper(I) sulphide at 150–170°. The copper(I) sulphide can be weighed, or its sulphur content determined by the iodimetric method.
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