By S. Greenfield, M. Clift, R. Belcher, H. Freiser
Analytical Chemistry of the Condensed Phosphates describes the concept that and mode of operation of varied analytical equipment for research of the condensed phosphates.
This ebook consists of ten chapters, and starts off with a presentation of the final houses of the condensed phosphates. massive chapters are dedicated to a variety of analytical suggestions used for condensed phosphate research, reminiscent of gravimetry, titrimetry, and electrometric, chromatographic, actual, and automatic tools. A bankruptcy discusses the methods for the choice of esters of the condensed phosphates. The concluding chapters survey the popular approach to quantitative research of those compounds, in addition to the training of natural samples.
This ebook will turn out worthy to analytical, inorganic, and natural chemists and researchers.
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The curves in Fig. 1 were obtained in the Authors' laboratory by titrating the salts from solutions containing excess alkali. The pure free acids may be prepared in aqueous solution, by eluting the pure sodium salts down a cation exchange column, prepared in the hydrion form. (2) used a 3-cm diameter column of Amberlite IR 100H containing 2 kg of the resin. After washing with 2% hydrochloric acid, followed by distilled water, they added a sample of a sodium salt to the top of the column and eluted through with distilled water, the eluate was then recycled until the free acid emerged from the column.
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Stannous chloride solution Mix 50 ml of glycerol with 50 ml of industrial methylated spirits. 2H 2 0, and warm until solution is complete (Note 1). Standard orthophosphate solutions (i) stock solution 1 ml s 100 μg Ρ Dry about 1 g of analytical reagent grade potassium dihydrogen orthophosphate at 120°C for 2 hours. 4392 g of the dried material in water. Transfer the solution to a 1 -litre calibrated flask, dilute to the mark at 20°C and mix well. 00 ml of the stock orthophosphate solution to a 500-ml calibrated flask.
Analytical Chemistry of the Condensed Phosphates by S. Greenfield, M. Clift, R. Belcher, H. Freiser