Direct bromometric titration of carbimazole using N-bromosuccinimide NBS in the presence of methyl red as indicator and three indirect titrations using NBS, potassium bromate and dibromohydantoin DBH are developed. The direct procedure can be adopted for quantities of carbimazole ranging from mg with mean accuracies of The indirect procedures can be used for quantities of the drug ranging from mg using NBS and DBH and mg using potassium bromate with mean accuracies of The proposed procedures have been successfully applied for the analysis of the drug in tablet form and their validity has been checked using the standard addition technique.
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Oxyphenbutazone was determined in the presence of glacial acetic acid, hydrochloric acid, and potassium bromide by bromometric titration with biamperometric end point indication. The course of the titration was followed with double platinum electrode with mV of polarizing voltage.
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