Electro-migration on paper in the separation of ions
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Cu-Cd can be electrophoretically separated with hydrochloric acid as the carrier electrolyte. Neither the concentration of the ion studied nor the presence of other cations has any effect on the movement of the ion. Direction of the movement and the size of the migration zone depend upon the ion to be electrophorised and the concentration of hydrochloric acid, the carrier electrolyte.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Migration Analytical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Hydrochloric Acid
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