Download The Analytical Chemistry of the Noble Metals by F. E. Beamish PDF

By F. E. Beamish

Show description

Read or Download The Analytical Chemistry of the Noble Metals PDF

Best general & reference books

Mathematics emerging: a sourcebook 1540-1900

Geared toward scholars and researchers in arithmetic, historical past of arithmetic and technological know-how, this publication examines the advance of arithmetic from the past due sixteenth Century to the top of the 20 th Century. arithmetic has an amazingly lengthy and wealthy background, it's been practised in each society and tradition, with written files achieving again from time to time so far as 4 thousand years.

Engineering Chemistry

To hide a number of subject matters in one booklet, that too for newbies, is a truly tough job. we've attempted to offer the subject material very lucidly in order that the scholars can take hold of it simply. a few parts of the subject material were highlighted in order that the scholars can comprehend the real and salient positive factors of the subjects.

Chemistry

The scope of this e-book is the same to that of "General Chemistry" by
Linus Pauling, third version, 1970. adjustments were made in
presentation and content material, and those are defined whilst prefaces
are in comparison. basic Chemistry was once designed “for use by means of first year
college college scholars who plan to significant in chemistry or in
closely comparable fields” while the current booklet is designed for
students “primarily drawn to biology, drugs, human
nutrition, and similar fields”. the previous booklet used to be longer through about
200 pages, and several other issues are taken care of much less carefully as, for
example, those who contain discussions of quantum and statistical
mechanics, and chemical thermodynamics. in spite of the fact that, atomic
structure and the periodic desk, the character of chemical bonds,
basic inorganic chemistry - in particular that of coordination
compounds, homes of options, chemical equilibria and other
subjects are mentioned with the competence and readability that assured
the good fortune of normal chemistry for greater than two decades.

Additional info for The Analytical Chemistry of the Noble Metals

Sample text

The fusion may be accomplished in a quartz crucible at about 800°C. The metal is mixed with about 10 parts of powdered zinc, preferably free of lead, and covered with zinc chloride. The progress of the fusion can be followed by stirring with a discarded carbon electrode. The time required for complete fusion is at least 1 hr, depending upon the identity and physical character of the alloy. Zinc fusions have been used for the determination of iridium in refined rhodium ACIDS, BASES, OXYGEN AND CHLORINE ON NOBLE METALS 25 sponge (see Procedure 10).

One cannot use the oxide as a weighing form, however, partly because of the excessive time required for quantitative oxidation. Furthermore, at about 875°C the oxygen dissociation pressure reaches one atmosphere and metal is rapidly formed. Raub and Plate [72 ' 7 6 ] found that palladous oxide dissociates completely at 870°C, whereas a sheet of palladium heated in oxygen at 1200°C gains about 0-1 per cent in weight in the first hour owing to the absorption of oxygen without the formation of a superficial film of oxide.

Per cent HN0 3 ), 0-19 ml of fuming nitric acid (91 wt. per cent H N 0 3 ) or 0-37 g of sodium chlorate. For the lighter platinum metals (ruthenium, rhodium and palladium), larger amounts of oxidant are required, in proportion to their smaller atomic weights. When the strongly associated nitroso compounds are to be avoided, nitric acid should not be used. g. below 250°C, are used, because the reaction is excessively slow. Furthermore, unless all the perchloric acid is reduced, losses of osmium and ruthenium tetroxides may occur on exposure of the reaction mixture to the atmosphere.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.58 of 5 – based on 17 votes