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Complexation of Ni(2+) with cyanide inhibits its colour reaction with 5-Br-PADAP and this reaction is used in the spectrophotometric determination of cyanide at the ug level. Cyanide in industrial waste waters is determined after an initial transfer as hydrogen cyanide from the sample into sodium hydroxide solution with a stream of air.
Trace amounts of sulphide can be determined from its effect on the ternary complex system of Ag(+), Bromopyrogallol Red (BPR), and 1,10-phenanthroline (phen). Sulphide in the range 5-120 ng/ml causes a decrease in absorption, that is a linear function of the concentration. Common metal ions such as Na(+), K(+), Ca(2+), Mg(2+), Al(3+), Mn(2+) and anions such… (More)
A simple, selective and highly sensitive procedure for spectrophotometric determination of nickel has been developed. At pH 5.5, nickel reacts with 2-(5-bromo-2-pyridylazo)-5-diethylaminophenol in water-ethanol medium to form a red-violet complex which has two absorption maxima, at 520 and 56Onm. The molar absorptivity at 56Onm is 1.26 x 10(5)… (More)
A highly sensitive and selective procedure for spectrophotometric determination of silver has been developed. At pH 9.2, in the presence of Triton X-100, silver forms a dark red-violet complex with cadion 2B which has an absorption maximum at 565 nm. The molar absorptivity is 1.0 x 10(5) l.mole(-1).cm(-1). Beer's law is obeyed for silver in the range… (More)
Silver gives a colour reaction with cadion 2B in the presence of the non-ionic surfactant Triton X-100, and the suppression of the colour by competitive complexation of the silver can be used for the spectrophotometric determination of cyanide. Cyanide in waste water can be separated by distillation from other ions that also interfere, and then determined.