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- T. S. West
The Determination of Epoxide GroupsBy B. Dobinson, W. Hofmann and B. P. Stark. (Monographs in Organic Functional Group Analysis, Vol. 1.) Pp. viii + 79. (Pergamon Press: Oxford, London and New York,… Expand
The determination of silicon by flame photometry and atomic fluorescence spectroscopy with a separated nitrous oxide-acetylene flame
Abstract The flame photometry and atomic fluorescence spectroscopy of silicon in nitrogen and argon separated nitrous oxide-acetylene flames have been investigated. The high-temperature, reducing,… Expand
Atomic absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy with a carbon filament atom reservoir : Part I. Construction and operation of atom reservoir
Abstract A highly efficient carbon filament atom reservoir is described for use in atomic absorption and atomic fluoresence spectroscopy. Atomisation of minute samples of aqueous solutions occurs on… Expand
Polarographic examination of the chelating power of edta and some closely related chelating agents
Abstract A rapid polarographic method has been devised for assessing the chelating power of new reagents of the complexone type and for comparing such reagents with complexones of known stability. A… Expand
Spectrofluorometric Determination of Submicrogram Amounts of Aluminum and Beryllium with 2-Hydroxy-3-naphthoic Acid.
Spectrophotometric determination of antimony with Bromopyrogallol Red.
Bromopyrogallol Red may be used as a reagent for the spectrophotometric determination of antimony(III) in the range 10-100 microg, and compares favourably with the most sensitive of the techniques used at present. Expand
Analytical applications of ternary complexes-IV Titration of macro- and micro-amounts of cyanide.
Sharp, well-defined end-points are observed and the titration succeeds at low concentrations where the Liebig-Dénigès method is inapplicable, and EDTA may be used as a mass-masking agent for most cations. Expand