A method is developed for the simultaneous and separate determination of carbon, hydrogen, sulfur, and halogen.
The presence of elements forming nonvolatile oxides in the combustion does not interfere in the determination. These elements can be determined simultaneously as ash from the increase in weight of a quartz tube.
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Klimova, V.A., Mukhina, G.K. Simultaneous determination of carbon, hydrogen, sulfur, and halogens. Russ Chem Bull 8, 2146–2149 (1959). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00909071