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Experimental Methods for the Determination of Instability Constants

  • K. B. Yatsimirskii
  • V. P. Vasil’ev

Abstract

A large number of methods of the greatest diversity are now being used for the determination of instability constants. It is impossible for us to go into description of the detailed procedure for each experiment. These problems are dealt with in a number of special textbooks and in a whole series of monographs (on potentiometry, polarography, spectrophotometry, etc.), so that we shall for the most part concern ourselves only with methods for calculating the instability constants from experimental data.

Keywords

Stability Constant Equilibrium Concentration Complex Compound Soluble Salt Ligand Concentration 
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  • K. B. Yatsimirskii
  • V. P. Vasil’ev

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