Published: Jan 1960
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Formaldehyde and methanol are formed to a greater or lesser extent during the combustion of organic materials. A method is proposed for the colorimetric determination of these substances, based on the reaction with chromotropic acid. Formaldehyde is determined directly, methanol after oxidation to formaldehyde.
Director of Laboratory Services, Bay Area Air Pollution Control District, San Francisco, Calif.