Schuetze reagent

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Not to be confused with Schultze reagent.

Schuetze reagent also written as Schütze reagent is made up of Iodine pentoxide I2O5 on granular silica gel. It is used to convert Carbon monoxide CO into Carbon dioxide CO2 at room temperature.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Gravimetric Determination of Carbon in Uranium-Plutonium Carbide Materials, Los Alamos Publication LA-7981