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Colorimetric determination of traces of metals.
Ernest Birger Sandell
|Series||Chemical analysis -- v. 3.|
|LC Classifications||QD133 .S25 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1032 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1032|
|LC Control Number||58-12723|
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Colorimetric determination of traces of metals by E. Sandell. In the section dealing with trace analysis are included methods used and precautions to be observed, the general methods employed in separation and isolation of trace elements, the use of colorimetry and spectrophotometry in the analysis of trace elements and a brief discussion of the commoner colorimetric reagents used in trace analysis.
The second section of the book is divided into 45 chapters, each of. The first three editions of this widely used classic were published under the title Colorimetric Determination of Traces of Metals, with E.B.
Sandell as author. Part I (General Aspects) of the fourth edition was co-authored by E.B. Sandell and H. Onishi and published in Colorimetric determination of traces of metals.
2nd ed. By E. Sandell. Interscience Publishers, Inc., New York, xix + pp. 15 × cm. Price $9. The first four chapters are devoted to the theory of colorimetric trace metal analysis; the separation techniques such as precipitation, chromatography, and extraction; colored complex formations; and color determination.
The remainder of the book is divided into chapters which cover the analysis of individual metals. The available methods of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sandell, E.B. (Ernest Birger), Colorimetric determination of traces of metals. New York, Interscience.
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Determination of Lead colorimetric method 54 Determination of Mercury by colorimetric method - Dithiozone Extraction 59 Determination of Tin by colorimetric method - Catechol Violet Method 69 Determination of zinc by colorimetric method - Dithiozone Method 75 Analysis of metals by Titimetric method 79File Size: 1MB.
COLORIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF TRACE METALS IN BEER AND IN BREWING MATERIALS I.—PREPARATION OF SAMPLE FOR ANALYSIS. AndrewsF.R.I.C. They involve digestion with nitric and sulphuric adds under conditions which preclude loss of the metal sought (Zn, Pb, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, As), and are at the same time simple and safe in execution and.
Colorimetric Determination of Trace Metals. The basis of colorimetric analysis is the variation of intensity of colour of a substance in accordance with concentration.[6, 7]. Traces of lead in cobalt are determined colorimetrically with dithizone after a prior separation of the lead on to a mercury cathode using controlled potential analysis and subsequent distillation of the mercury in a nitrogen atmosphere.
The total yield of lead is determined using the radio-isotope by: 1.Author Sandell, E. B. (Ernest Birger), Subjects Metals - Analysis.; Colorimetry.; Colorimetric analysis. Contents. 1. General aspects of inorganic colorimetric trace analysis: Trace analysis - Methods for the separation and isolation of traces of elements - Colorimetry and spectrophotometry in trace analysis - General colorimetric reagents.Fourth ed.
of pt. 1 published in under title: Photometric determination of traces of metals. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Also issued online.
Other Form. Online version Sandell, E.B. (Ernest Birger), Colorimetric determination of traces of metals. 3d ed., rev. and enl. New York, Interscience Publishers,