High-temperature gas-chromatography of some inorganic chlorides

@article{Tohyama1972HightemperatureGO,
  title={High-temperature gas-chromatography of some inorganic chlorides},
  author={Itiro Tohyama and Kiyoteru Otozai},
  journal={Fresenius' Zeitschrift f{\"u}r analytische Chemie},
  year={1972},
  volume={262},
  pages={346-348}
}
ZusammenfassungZum Nachweis anorganischer Chloride bei der Hochtemperatur-Gas-Chromatographie (450–1000°C) wird mit gutem Erfolg ein Leitfähigkeitsdetektor verwendet. Es wird eine 250 mm-Pt-Säule benutzt, gefüllt mit einem geschmolzenen Salz (Alkaki oder Erd-alkalichloride) auf Chromosorb WAW. Als Trägergas dient Helium (60 ml/min). Folgende Gemische können getrennt werden: BeCl2/AlCl3 bei 560°C; PbCl2/SnCl2 bei 780°C; BiCl3/SbCl3 bei 660°C; BiCl3/PbCl2 bei 560°C; TlCl/FeCl3, TlCl/BeCl2, TlCl… Expand
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