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Improved separation of iron from copper and other elements by anion-exchange chromatography on a 4% cross-linked resin with high concentrations of hydrochloric acid.
  • F. Strelow
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Talanta
  • 1 September 1980
Iron(III) can be separated from copper(II) and many other elements by eluting these from a column of AG1-X4 anion-exchange resin with 8M hydrochloric acid, while iron(III) is retained and can beExpand
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Distribution coefficients and ion-exchange selectivities for 46 elements with a macroporous cation-exchange resin in hydrochloric acid-acetone medium.
Distribution coefficients with the macroporous cation-exchange resin AG MP-50 in HCl-acetone mixtures ranging from 0.2 to 4.0M HCl and from 0 to 95% acetone have been determined for 46 elements. TheExpand
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Comparative distribution coefficients and cation-exchange behaviour of the alkaline earth elements with various complexing agents.
Equilibrium distribution coefficients are presented for the alkaline earth metals Be(II), Mg(II), Ca(II), Sr(II) and Ba(II) with the complexing agents acetate, formate, lactate, citrate, tartrate,Expand
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Improved separation of palladium from base metals by cation-exchange chromatography
Abstract The influence of resin cross-linkage, particle size and column flow-rate on the uptake of traces of palladium together with the base metals during the separation of palladium from baseExpand
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Quantitative separation of gallium from zinc, copper, indium, iron(III) and other elements by cation-exchange chromatography in hydrobromic acid-acetone medium.
Gallium can be separated from Zn, Cu(II), In, Cd, Pb(II), Bi(III), Au(III), Pt(IV), Pd(II), Tl(III), Sn(IV) and Fe(III) by elution of these elements with 0.50M hydrobromic acid in 80% acetone medium,Expand
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