Analytical Chemistry of the Condensed Phosphates - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080181745, 9781483280653

Analytical Chemistry of the Condensed Phosphates

1st Edition

Authors: S. Greenfield M. Clift
Editors: R. Belcher H. Freiser
eBook ISBN: 9781483280653
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1975
Page Count: 214
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Analytical Chemistry of the Condensed Phosphates describes the concept and mode of operation of various analytical methods for analysis of the condensed phosphates. This book is composed of ten chapters, and begins with a presentation of the general properties of the condensed phosphates. Considerable chapters are devoted to various analytical techniques used for condensed phosphate analysis, such as gravimetry, titrimetry, and electrometric, chromatographic, physical, and automated methods. A chapter discusses the procedures for the determination of esters of the condensed phosphates. The concluding chapters survey the preferred method of quantitative analysis of these compounds, as well as the preparation of pure samples. This book will prove useful to analytical, inorganic, and organic chemists and researchers.

Table of Contents

Foreword Preface Acknowledgments

  1. General Properties of the Condensed Phosphates Classification Structure Physical Properties Chemical Properties Stability in Solution: Degradation Products on Hydrolysis Reaction with Metal Salts in Solution—Sequestering Action References
  2. Gravimetric Methods Heavy-metal Salts Cobalt Complexes Chromium Complexes Other Metal Complexes Organic Bases as Precipitants References
  3. Titrimetric Methods Titration of the Free Acids Chain-length Determinations Titration of Hydrion produced in Precipitation Reactions EDTA Complexes Thermometric Titrations References
  4. Electrometric Methods (other than Potentiometry) Amperometric Titrations Conductimetric Titrations Polarographic Methods References
  5. Chromatographie Methods Paper Chromatography Thin-layer Chromatography "Adsorption" Thin-layer Chromatography (ion exchange) Electrophoresis Ion Exchange Column Chromatography Gel Filtration References
  6. Automated Methods Automated Ion Exchange Automated Temperature Rise Appendix 1: Automated Ion Exchange Computer Program Description Reference
  7. Physical Methods other than Chromatography Ultracentrifugation Dialysis Intrinsic Viscosity in Salt Solutions Light Scattering in Salt Solutions Flow Birefringence Anisotropy in Electrical Conductivity Solubility Fractionation Refractive Index Temperature Rise Test Infrared X-ray Diffraction Nuclear Magnetic Resonance References
  8. Methods for the Determination of Esters of the Condensed Phosphates Determination of Tetra-alkylpyrophosphates Determination of Tetra-arylpyrophosphates Determination of Nucleotides containing Condensed Phosp


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About the Author

S. Greenfield

M. Clift

About the Editor

R. Belcher

H. Freiser

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