Fresenius' Zeitschrift für analytische Chemie

, Volume 229, Issue 6, pp 413–433 | Cite as

Analysis using fluotitanic acid-hydrogen peroxide reagent

A review
  • Hisao Fukamauchi
Originalabhandlungen

Summary

A review is given on the analytical use of a reagent containing fluotitanic acid and hydrogen peroxide. The applicability is based on the stronger stability of the fluoro-complex of a metal in comparison to titanium. Pertitanic acid is formed which can be determined colorimetrically. The determinations of silicon and boron are dealt with in detail. (The original papers have been published in Japanese language.)

Keywords

Hydrogen Silicon Titanium Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry 

Zusammenfassung

Es wird ein zusammenfassender überblick gegeben über die Verwendung eines Reagens aus FluortitansÄure und Wasserstoffperoxid, bei der die grö\ere StabilitÄt des Fluorkomplexions eines Metalls gegenüber Titan ausgenutzt wird. Es wird dabei PertitansÄure gebildet, die colorimetrisch bestimmt werden kann. Auf die Bestimmung von Silicium und Bor wird nÄher eingegangen. (Die zugrundeliegenden Arbeiten sind bereits in japanischer Sprache veröffentlicht worden.)

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hisao Fukamauchi
    • 1
  1. 1.The Tokyo College of PharmacyJapan

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