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    Can I use a fsf-dpd chlorine test for bromine just by multiplying the result by 2.25?



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    Mar 2007
    San Rafael, CA USA

    Re: Fas-dpd

    Yes, you can. Just note that the "Free Chlorine" part of the test will actually be measuring "Total Bromine" (by using your 2.25 conversion factor) and that there is no need to use the R-0003 reagent since there is no separately measured combined bromine (i.e. it gets measured in the first part of the test).
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