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Measurement Hydrogen Peroxide n Peracetic Acid

Measurement Hydrogen Peroxide n Peracetic Acid

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Hydrogen peroxide is applied, for instance, in the sterilization of the surfaces of primary packaging
that is used for the aseptic filling of food. The hydrogen peroxide is usually stabilized by suitable
additives to prevent decomposition, such as sodium phosphate and stannate, chelate formers,
sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid and the like. An undesirable decomposition of the hydrogen peroxide
into water and oxygen can be caused by metals, alkalis and dust.
Hydrogen peroxide is applied, for instance, in the sterilization of the surfaces of primary packaging
that is used for the aseptic filling of food. The hydrogen peroxide is usually stabilized by suitable
additives to prevent decomposition, such as sodium phosphate and stannate, chelate formers,
sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid and the like. An undesirable decomposition of the hydrogen peroxide
into water and oxygen can be caused by metals, alkalis and dust.

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JUMOGmbH& Co.KG
Informationon the Measurementof Hydrogen Peroxideand Peracetic Acid
 
Contents
1Introduction ................................................................................ 6
1.1Hydrogen peroxide ..................................................................................... 61.2Peracetic acid (PAA) ................................................................................... 6
2Analytical determination ............................................................ 7
2.1for hydrogen peroxide ................................................................................ 72.2for peracetic acid ........................................................................................ 72.3Continuous measurement method for hydrogen peroxide and PAA ..... 7
3Measurement of hydrogen peroxide and peracetic acidwith amperometric sensors ...................................................... 8
3.1Reactions on metal surfaces, the Nernst diffusion layer ...................... 103.22-electrode system ................................................................................... 103.3Chemical processes at the measuring electrode .................................. 123.4Temperature dependency ........................................................................ 123.5Calibration procedure .............................................................................. 12
4Instrumentation ........................................................................ 13
4.1Design of the JUMO cell for hydrogen peroxide/peracetic acid ........ 13
4.1.1Electrodes ................................................................................................... 134.1.2Elastic membrane ....................................................................................... 144.1.3Electrolyte ................................................................................................... 144.1.4Incident flow ............................................................................................... 144.1.5Temperature compensation ....................................................................... 14
4.2Choosing the measurement point, installation andelectrical connection ................................................................................ 154.3General notes on operation ..................................................................... 164.4Faults and malfunctions during measurement withamperometric sensors ............................................................................. 174.5Measurement of hydrogen peroxide with theJUMO CORROTRODE .............................................................................. 18

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