The Analytical Chemistry of Indium - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080097282, 9781483149554

The Analytical Chemistry of Indium

1st Edition

International Series of Monographs on Analytical Chemistry

Authors: A.I. Busev
eBook ISBN: 9781483149554
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1962
Page Count: 304
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Description

The Analytical Chemistry of Indium is a compilation of information on the analytical chemistry of indium, a metal that is important in optical and electronics industries and a component of certain alloys. The monograph aims to provide factual material available on the analytical chemistry of indium. The book gives an overview of the history and chemical properties of the element indium. Methods for the detection, separation, and determination of indium, including special methods for its determination in industrial and natural products are likewise discussed and evaluated. The text will be of good use to chemists, physicists, materials engineers, researchers, and students.

Table of Contents


Foreword by R. Belcher and L. Gordon

Preface

Chapter. I. The Chemico-Analytical Character of Indium

The Detection of Indium

Quantitative Determination of Indium

Gravimetric Methods

Titrimetric Methods

Photometric Methods

Polarographic Methods

Spectrographic and X-Ray Spectrographic Methods

Radioactivation Methods

Separation of Indium from Accompanying Elements

Substances to Be Analyzed and Methods for The Preparation of Samples for Analysis. Concentration

Chapter II. Methods Based On The Hydrolysis of Indium Compounds

Hydroxides and Oxides as Reagents

Ammonia as a Reagent

Alkali Metal Hydroxides as Reagents

Salts of Strong Bases and Weak Acids as Reagents

Potassium Cyanate as a Reagent

Gravimetric Determination of Indium

Separation of Indium from Other Elements

Nitrites of Alkali Metals as Reagents

Organic Bases as Reagents

Gravimetric Determination of Indium

Separation of Indium from Other Elements

Chapter III. Methods Based on the Precipitation of the Indium Cation In3+ by Inorganic Anions

Sulphides as Reagents

The Detection of Indium

Gravimetric Determination of Indium

Separation of Indium from Other Elements

Photometric Determination of Indium

Ferrocyanides as Reagents

Titrimetric Determination of Indium

Phosphates as Reagents

Gravimetric Determination of Indium

Radiometric Determination of Indium

Other Precipitants

Chapter IV. Methods Based on the Formation of Complex Ions of Indium with Halides (F−, Cl−, Br−, I−) and SCN−

The Detection of Indium

Gravimetric Determination of Indium

Photometric Determination of Indium

Separation of Indium from Other Elements

(a) Separation by Extraction

(b) Separation by Co-Precipitation

(c) Separation by Chromatography

Chapter V. Methods Based on the Formation of Compounds of Indium with Carboxylic Acids and Aminopolycarboxylic Acids and also with Other Organic Reagents

Ethylenediaminetetra-Acetic Acid as Reagent

Titrimetric Determination of Indium

Separation of Indium from Other Elements

Chapter VI. Methods Based on the Formation of Compounds of Indium with Organic Reagents Containing Hydroxyl Groups

8-Hydroxyquinoline and Substituted Forms of it as Reagents

Detection of Indium

Gravimetric Determination of Indium

Titrimetric Determination of Indium

Separation of Indium from Other Elements

Photometric Determination of Indium

Polyphenols as Reagents

Detection of Indium

Photometric Determination of Indium

Triphenylmethane Dyes, Containing Complex and Salt-Forming Groups in the Ortho-Position to Each Other, as Reagents

Azo Dyes Containing Hydroxyl as Reagents

Detection of Indium

Carbonyl Compounds as Reagents

Other Organic Reagents Containing the OH-Group, as Reagents

Separation from Gallium

Separation from Iron

Chapter VII. Methods Based on the Formation of Compounds of Indium with Organic Raegents Having Sulphydryl Groups-SH

Disubstituted Dithiocarbamates as Reagents

Gravimetric Determination of Indium

Photometric Determination of Indium

Separation of Indium from Other Elements

Dithizone as Reagent

Photometric Determination of Indium. Separation of Indium

Alkylxanthates as Reagents

Chapter VIII. Methods Based On The Reduction of Trivalent Indium

Polarography of Indium

Conditions for the Reduction of In3+ on a Dropping Mercury Cathode

Reduction of In3+ from Solutions Containing the Cl− Ion

Reduction of In3+ from Solutions Containing the Br− Ion

Reduction of In3+ from Solutions Containing the F− Ion

Reduction of In3+ from Thiocyanate Solutions

Reduction of In3+ from Perchlorate Solutions

Reduction of In3+ from Solutions Containing NO−3 and SO−4 Ions

Reduction of In3+ from Strongly Alkaline Solutions

Reduction of In3+ from Solutions Containing Organic Acids

Reduction of In3+ from Solutions in Ethylenediamine

Polarographic Methods of Determining Indium

Determination of Indium in Materials with a Large Copper and Iron Content [6]

Determination of Indium in Materials Containing Considerable Amounts of Zinc and Lead [6]

Determination of Indium When Tin, Arsenic, Antimony, Selenium and Tellurium are Present in the Sample [6]

The Polarographic Determination of Indium in Residues of the Zinc Industry (Containing also Fe, Al, Zn, Pb, Cd, As, Sb and Mg)

The Determination of Indium in Zinc and Zinc-Based Alloys [390]

Determination of Indium in Zinc Lye in Which Fe, Cu and Cd May Be Present

The Determination of Traces of Cu, Pb, in and Zn in Pure Tin [192]

The Determination of Microgram Quantities of Indium in Beryllium Compounds [340]

Electrolysis

Determination of Indium in Ores and Waste Products of the Lead-Zinc Industry

Chapter IX. Spectrographic and X-Ray Spectographic Methods for The Determination of Indium

Detection and Determination of Indium by Exciting a Spectrum in a Flame

Determination of Indium by Exciting a Spectrum in an Arc

Detection and Determination of Indium by Exciting a Spectrum in a Spark

X-Ray Spectrographic Determination of Indium

Chapter X. Radioactivation Methods of Determining Indium

References

Index


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No. of pages:
304
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1962
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483149554

About the Author

A.I. Busev