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How do you test for iron III ions? 

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Moreover, this assay was able to detect As(III) ions with high sensitivity and revealed to have remarkable potential applications.

Consistent experimental measurements for iron and other metals and the use of other techniques suggests that their interpretation of iron(III) being non-bioavailable is incorrect and, rather, the use of CLE-AdSV needs to be modified.

The recoveries obtained for the spiked trace amount of Fe(III) ions were >95%, which confirmed the reliability of the method.

The results obtained are scientifically relevant, pointing out the potential of the new and straightforwardly synthesized ligands as analytical reagents for determination of iron(III).

It has been applied satisfactorily to the determination of iron(III) in tap water samples.