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Microchimica Acta

, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp 169–177 | Cite as

Chemical analysis on the microgram scale. IX

Microspectrophotometric method for the determination of complex cyanides
  • Faraj R. Haba
  • Cecil L. Wilson
Article

Summary

A microspectrophotometric method has been used for the determination of the complex cyanides (ferrocyanide, ferricyanide, and cobalticyanide), either separately or in mixtures.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Cyanide Cyanures 

Zusammenfassung

Eine mikrospektrophotometrische Methode wurde zur Bestimmung von Cyanoferrat(II), Cyanoferrat(III) und Cyanokobaltat allein oder in Mischungen herangezogen.

Résumé

On a utilisé une méthode microspectro-photométrique pour le dosage de cyanures complexes (ferrocyanures, ferrioyanures et cobalticyanures), séparément ou en mélange.

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© Springer-Verlag 1963

Authors and Affiliations

  • Faraj R. Haba
    • 1
  • Cecil L. Wilson
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryThe Queen's UniversityBelfastNorthern Ireland

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