Gravimetric Analysis - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483197562, 9781483222592

Gravimetric Analysis

1st Edition

International Series of Monographs in Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 7

Authors: László Erdey
Editors: R. Belcher L. Gordon
eBook ISBN: 9781483222592
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1965
Page Count: 312
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Description

Gravimetric Analysis, Part III describes the experimental procedures for the gravimetric analysis of various compounds. This book is composed of 13 chapters that also present sample preparation protocols. The first four chapters survey the steps for halogen compound determination. The succeeding chapters provide the procedures for gravimetric determination of cyanide, thiocyanate ions, sulfur, nitrogen, phosphorus, carbon, silicon, and boron. The final chapter considers other aspects of gravimetric experiments, including apparatus cleaning, reagents, and numerical calculation of the result. This book will prove useful to analytical and inorganic chemists, teachers, and students in the allied fields.

Table of Contents


48. Chlorine

48.1. Digestion of Organic Halogen-Containing Substances

48.2. Determination of Chloride in the Form of Silver Chloride

48.3. Determination of Perchlorate Ions in the Form of Potassium Perchlorate

48.4—48.5. Separation Methods

References

49. Bromine

49.1. Determination of Bromide in the Form of Silver Bromide

49.2—49.3. Separation Methods

References

50. Iodine

50.1. Determination of Iodide in the Form of Silver Iodide

50.2. Determination of Iodide in the Form of Palladium(II) Iodide

50.3—50.5. Separation Methods

References

51. Fluorine

51.1. Determination in the Form of Calcium Fluoride

51.2. Determination in the Form of Lead Chlorofluoride

51.3—51.5. Separation Methods

References

52. Cyanide

52.1. Determination in the Form of Silver Cyanide

52.2. Determination of Cyanide in Mercury(II) Cyanide

52.3—52.4. Separation Methods

References

53. Thiocyanate Ions

53.1. Determination in the Form of Silver Thiocyanate

53.2. Determination in the Form of Copper(I) Thiocyanate

53.3. Determination in the Form of Barium Sulphate

53.4—53.7. Separation Methods

References

54. Sulfur

54.1. Determination of Sulphate Ions

54.2. Determination of Sulphide Ions

54.3. Determination of the Sulfur Content of Non-volatile Organic Substances

54.4. Determination of the Sulfur Content of Volatile Organic Substances (Petrol). Lamp Sulfur

54.5. Determination of the Total Sulfur Content of Gases

54.6. Determination of the Sulfur Content of Coal

54.7. Digestion of Organic Substances Containing Sulfur with Red Fuming Nitric Acid in a Bomb

54.8. Determination of the Sulfur Content of Non-volatile Organic Substances by Combustion in a Bomb (Bomb Sulfur)

54.9. Determination of the Sulfur Content of Organic Substances after Decomposition in a Parr Bomb

54.10. Determination of Sulfite, Dithionite, Thiosulfate and Peroxydisulfate Ions

54.11. Separation of Sulfite and Thiosulfate

54.12. Simultaneous Determination of Sulfide, Sulfite and Thiosulfate

54.13. Determination of Elementary Sulfur

References

55. Nitrogen

55.1. Determination in the Form of Nitron Nitrate

References

56. Phosphorous

56.1. Determination of Phosphate Ions

56.2. Determination of Pyrophosphate Ions

56.3. Determination of Phosphite Ions

56.4. Determination of Hypophosphite Ions

56.5. Determination of Hypophosphate Ions

56.6—56.26. Separation of Phosphorus Compounds

References

57. Carbon

57.1. Determination of Carbon and Hydrogen in Organic Substances by Combustion

57.2. Determination of Carbonates

57.3. Determination of the Carbon Content of Iron and Steel

58. Silicon

58.1. Precipitation and Dehydration of Silicic Acid

58.2. Determination of the Silicic Acid Content of Silicates

58.3. Determination of Oxides Accompanying silicic Acid

58.4. Determination of Silicic Acid in the Form of the Quinoline Salt of Silicomolybdic Acid

References

59. Boron

59.1. Separation of Boric Acid by Distillation. Gravimetric Determination in the Form of Calcium Borate

References

60. Appendix

60.1. Cleaning of Vessels Used in Analysis

60.2. Chemicals Used in Analysis

60.3. Gases Used for Analysis

60.4. Concentration of Reagents and Solutions to be Analyzed

60.5. Numerical Calculation of the Result

Literature

Tables

Author Index

Subject

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Details

No. of pages:
312
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1965
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483222592

About the Author

László Erdey

About the Editor

R. Belcher

L. Gordon