The Determination of Organic Peroxides - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080155869, 9781483160191

The Determination of Organic Peroxides

1st Edition

Monographs in Organic Functional Group Analysis

Authors: R. M. Johnson I. W. Siddiqi
Editors: R. Belcher D. M. W. Anderson
eBook ISBN: 9781483160191
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1970
Page Count: 130
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Description

Monographs in Organic Functional Group Analysis, Volume 4: The Determination of Organic Peroxides focuses on the analytical chemistry of organic peroxides. The monograph first offers information on the compositions, properties, and reactions of lipid peroxides, polymers, and petrochemicals. The text then reviews the iodometric methods, including choice of solvents, reaction conditions, and titration with thiosulfate. The ferrous ion methods are also discussed. Considerations include choice of reagents and solvents and titration with titanous, dichromate, and mercurous ions. The book also focuses on titrimetric methods, including arsenious, stannous, and titanous methods, titration with anions, and sulfides and mercaptans. Numerical representations are provided. The text puts emphasis on colorimetric and polarographic methods. Polarographic techniques for peroxides; nature and concentration of peroxides; leuco base of methylene blue; and ferrous ions are described. The book also discusses paper, thin-layer, and gas chromatography. The monograph is an important guide for readers interested in the analytical chemistry of organic peroxides.

Table of Contents


Contents

Preface

1. Introduction

1. Lipid Peroxides

2. Polymers

3. Petrochemicals

4. Irradiation

5. Miscellaneous

References

2. Structure and Reactivity

1. Classification of Peroxides

2. Reactivity

References

3. Iodometric Methods

1. General Comments

2. Choice of Solvent

3. Reaction Conditions

4. Titration with Thiosulphate

References

4. Ferrous Ion Methods

1. Introduction

2. Choice of Reagent

3. Choice of Solvent

4. Titration with Titanous Ions

5. Titration with Dichromate Ions

6. Titration with Mercurous Ions

References

5 . Futher Titrimetric Reagents

1. Introduction

2. Arsenious Methods

3. Stannous Methods

4. Titanous Methods

5. Titration with Anions

6. Sulphides and Mercaptans

References

6 . Colorimetric Methods

1. Introduction

2. Ferrous Ions

3. Leuco Base of Methylene Blue

4. Iodine

5. N, N'-Dimethyl-p-Phenylenediamine

6. Other Colorimetric Reagents

References

7. Polarographic Methods

1. Introduction

2. Electrode Reaction

3. Polarographic Techniques For Peroxides

4. Nature And Concentration of Peroxide

5. Solvents And Supporting Electrolytes

References

8. Spectroscopic Techniques

1. Introduction

2. Ultraviolet And Visible Absorption

3. Infrared Absorption

4. Raman Spectroscopy

References

9. Chromatographic Methods. (A) Column Chromatography

1. Introduction

2. Column Techniques

3. Solvent Medium

4. Stationary Phase

5. Type of Peroxide

References

10. Chromatographic Methods. (B) Paper Chromatography

1. Introduction

2. Choice Of Paper

3. Mobile Phase

4. General Techniques

5. Chemical Structure

6. Detection

7. Class of Peroxide

References

11. Chromatographic Methods. (C) Thin-Layer Chromatography

1. Introduction

2. Adsorbents

3. Solvent Systems

4. Detection

5. Techniques

6. Applications

References

12. Chromatographic Methods. (D) Gas Chromatography

1. Introduction

2. Solid Support

3. Stationary Phase

4. Column Temperature

5. Functional Groups

6. Quantitative Analysis

References

13. Choice of Method

1. Introduction

2. Concentration of Peroxide

3. Reactivity of Peroxide

4. Nature of The Sample

Index


Details

No. of pages:
130
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1970
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483160191

About the Author

R. M. Johnson

I. W. Siddiqi

About the Editor

R. Belcher

D. M. W. Anderson