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Microchimica Acta

, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp 196–200 | Cite as

Chemical analysis on the microgram scale. XI

The separation and detection of anions using the Ring-Oven technique
  • Faraj R. Haba
  • Cecil L. Wilson
Article

Summary

The Ring-Oven technique has been applied to the separation and identification of the anions sulphate, chromate, vanadate, ferrocyanide, ferricyanide, cobalticyanide, bromide and iodide. It is possible to analyse a microlitre of solution containing any or all of these ions.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Chromate Inorganic Chemistry Bromid 

Zusammenfassung

Die Ringofentechnik wurde für die Trennung und den Nachweis folgender Anionen verwendet: Sulfat, Chromat, Vanadat, Cyanoferrat(II), Cyanoferrat(III), Cyanokobaltat, Bromid und Jodid. Es ist möglich, einen Mikroliter einer Lösung zu analysieren, die alle oder einige dieser Ionen enthält.

Résumé

On a appliqué la technique du four annulaire à la séparation et à l'identification des anions sulfates, chromates, vanadates, ferrocyanures, ferricyanures, cobalticyanures, bromures et iodures. L'analyse peut se faire sur un microlitre d'une solution contenant tous ces anions ou l'un d'eux.

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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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