A method of preparation of 10-2 -10-3M standard solutions of the fluoride complex of manganese(III) by the reaction of manganese(II) with permanganate in a medium of potassium fluoride acidified with sulfuric acid has been developed. It has been found that in a medium of 1 M sulfuric acid, 0.5 M manganese(II) sulfate, and 0.1 M potassium fluoride these solutions are sufficiently stable for both direct and indirect titrimetric determinations. The titer was determined using potassium iodide as a primary standard and potentiometric, bipotentiometric, or biamperometric titration.
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- Analytical Chemistry