Sameer Amereih

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Distribution of antimony and its inorganic species in soil samples along two traffic routes (A14, Rankweil and S36, Knittelfeld) in Austria was determined, since vehicle emissions are an important anthropogenic source of Sb in soil. The samples were taken along three parallel lines at about 0.2, 2 and 10 m distances from the edge of the road and in two(More)
N-[(1E)-(3-Bromophenyl)methylene]-N-(2-piperidin-1-ylethyl)amine Schiff base was prepared in good yield and characterized by the reflux of equivalent amounts of 2-(piperidin-1-yl)ethanamine with 3-bromobenzaldehyde. The structure of the desired Schiff base was analyzed based on: elemental analysis, EI-MS, TG/DTG, UV-visible, FT-IR, 1H and 13C-NMR spectral(More)
Speciation analysis of Sb(III) and Sb(V) in a soil sample was performed through extraction and on-line isotope dilution concentration determination after a chromatographic separation. The total Sb concentration found in a through traffic contaminated soil sample was (4.17 microg g(-1), 0.3 microg g(-1) SD, n=6). It was determined using ICP-MS after soil(More)
A new method was developed in this work to account for inorganic Sb species interconversion during soil sample preparation and subsequent separation steps. The Sb(III) and Sb(V) concentrations at each investigated step in the analytical procedure were determined using species specific spikes (Sb(III) with 81.18% and Sb(V) with 74.04% enrichment). The(More)
A sensitive spectrophotometric determination of fluoride in drinking water has been developed using aluminium complexes of triphenylmethane dyes (chrome azurol B and malachite green) as spectrophotometric reagents. The method allowed a reliable determination of fluoride in the range of 0.5–4.0 mg∙l-1 for chrome azurol B and 0.0–2.0 mg∙l-1 for malachite(More)
New simple and sensitive spectrophotometric determination of fluoride in drinking groundwater has been developed using aluminium-resorcin blue complex. The method is based on the reaction of fluoride with the coloured complex to produce colourless aluminium fluoride complex and releasing of the free ligand. The relationship of the reaction of fluoride with(More)
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