carius method

carius method
\\ˈkärēəs-, -a(a)r-\ noun
Usage: usually capitalized C
Etymology: after G. Ludwig Carius died 1875 German chemist
: a method for determining halogens, sulfur, and phosphorus in organic compounds by heating them in sealed glass tubes with fuming nitric acid in a special furnace, the glass tubes being enclosed in iron tubes to avoid danger from explosion

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