Microanalysis by the Ring-Oven Technique

Microanalysis by the Ring-Oven Technique

International Series of Monographs in Analytical Chemistry

2nd Edition - January 1, 1970

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  • Author: Herbert Weisz
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483153308

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International Series of Monographs in Analytical Chemistry, Volume 37: Microanalysis by the Ring-Oven Technique, Second Edition focuses on the ring-oven method. The book first offers information on the characteristics and uses of ring-oven, gas generator, pipette, glass holder, and other accessories. The text focuses on qualitative analysis, including the systematic schemes for the analysis of metal ions; separations and reactions for acid radicals; and reactions for metal ions. The selection discusses spot colorimetry with the ring-oven method. Concerns include determination of iron and other metals, amplification reactions, removal of interfering ions, and determination of anions. The radiochemical applications of ring-oven method, including determination of inactive substances, identification of radionucleides, and separation procedures, are explained. The text also discusses the combination of ring-oven method with electrography, thin-layer chromatography, and solvent extraction. The book is a valuable source of information for readers interested in the ring-oven method.

Table of Contents


  • Contents

    Foreword

    Preface

    Introduction

    I. The Apparatus and Its Use

    A. The Ring Oven

    B. The Gas Generator

    C. The Sample Pipette and Glass Holder

    D. Some Accessories

    II. Qualitative Analysis

    A. Without Separations

    B. Separations

    1. Separation Into Two Groups

    2. Separation Into Three Groups

    3. Separation of Substances Already Collected In A Particular Group

    C. Systematic Schemes For The Analysis of Metal Ions

    1. Dissolution of Sample

    2. The Separation Scheme For Fourteen Metals and Similar Schemes

    3. The Separation Scheme Using "Washing-Out" and "Washing-In" Techniques

    4. Separation Scheme Using Liquid-Liquid Extraction Procedures

    5. Some Other Separations of Metal Ions

    D. Reactions For Metal Ions

    E. Separations and Reactions For Acid Radicals

    1. Separations

    2. Some Special Applications

    3. Reactions For Acid Radicals

    F. Reagents and Filter Paper

    III. Spot Colorimetry With The Ring-Oven Method, "Ring Colorimetry"

    A. The Determination of Iron

    B. The Determination of Other Metals

    C. Removal of Interfering Ions

    D. The Determination of Some Anions

    E. Amplification Reactions

    F. Universal Standard Scales

    IV. Organic Substances

    V. Radiochemical Applications

    A. Determination of Activities

    B. Identification of Radionucleides

    C. Some Special Separation Procedures

    D. Determination of Inactive Substances

    VI. The Ring-Oven Method Combined with Other Techniques

    A. Ring-Oven Method and Electrography

    1. Qualitative Analysis

    2. (Semi)-Quantitative Analysis

    B. Combination With Paper- and Thin-Layer Chromatography

    C. Combination With Solvent Extraction

    D. Combinations With Other Techniques

    VII. Applications in Various Fields

    A. Air-Pollution Studies

    B. Trace Analysis and Toxicology

    VII. Concentration of Substances In The Form of A Straight Line

    Conclusion

    Appendix

    List of Original Ring-Oven Publications

    References

    Index

    Other Titles In the Series In Analytical Chemistry




Product details

  • No. of pages: 180
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 1970
  • Published: January 1, 1970
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483153308

About the Author

Herbert Weisz

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R. Belcher

L. Gordon

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