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Potassium iodide reacts with aqueous chlorine to give iodine and potassium chloride.The iodine can be titrated with thiosulfate, and therefore the chlorine concentration can be determined.Note, if excess KI is used, the liberated I2 complexes with iodide ion to give the very soluble [I3]– ion.
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