Sir, actually i want to know the usage of EDTA-Mg indicator for determination of Ca and Mg ions in Commercial milk powder.
Is it appropriate to use Mg-EDTA indicator with the sample having Mg ions in it (like milk powder)?
If yes, then will it not interfere with the concentration of Mg ions already present in the sample?
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What is the usage of EDTA-Mg indicator for determination of Ca and Mg ions in Commercial milk powder?
Is it appropriate to use EDTA-Mg indicator for sample containing Mg ions in it (like Commercial milk powder)?
If yes, then will it (EDTA-Mg indicator) not interfere with the Mg ion concentration in the sample?