The importance of chloride determination has been realized for well over a century, with many variations and changes being made to the techniques in order to improve the detectability and selectivity. Research into the analysis of chloride was conducted by Gay-Lussac (1832), Levol (1853), Mohr (1856) and Volhard(1874) and their findings have proven to be the basis of the methods which are still in common use today.
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