Chelating Extractants. Equilibrium Constant of Liquid–Liquid by J. Stary

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Zaslavskaya G. , Zh. Anal. 5, 646 (1970) 65A 65S 66Ba 66F 66M 67C 67D 67P 67Pa 68F 681 68S 69R 69S 69Z 70L 70R 70Ra 70P (1968) (1970) 1296 0. , Rakovskij E. , Zolotov Yu. , Khim. 1 (Na + ,H + )C10~ + (Na + ,H + )C10~ (Na ,H )C10~ + (Na + ,H + )C10~ Zharovskij F. , Ostrovskaya M. S . , Ukr. Khim. Z h . , J. Radioanal. , ]±9 72S Ci/iH·^^ Perkov I . , Nguen Khyu V i , Zh. Anal. , 2£, 1262 (1971) 71P Extractant: Fouché K. , J. Inorg. Nucl. , ^ 3 , 857 (1971) 71F 221 (1972) Smolina E. , Sokolova I .

Anal. Chim. Acta, 41_, 35 (1968) Extractant: 68R Reference: Pb 2+ Extraction constant: Extractant: H2A 0 .

2^9, 541 (1967) Oh J. , Anal. , 295 (1967) McClellan B. , Anal. , 41_, 1077 (1969) Math K. , Anal. , 41_, 1682 (1969) Zolotov Yu. , Gavrilova L. , Zh. Anal. , 25i, 813 (1970) Freiser B. 72 Busev A. I . , Bazhanova L. A . , Zh. Neorg. Khim. , 2805 (1961) Oh J . S . , Freiser H. s Anal. 1 Di-(p-chlorophenyl )-thiocarbazone ( ρ , ρ ' - d i c h l o r o d i t h i z o n e ) , HpA 25 *~(p-fluorophenyl )-thiocarbazone (ρ,ρ-difluorodithizone) HLA M 3+ + 3H^A = MTW3 + 3H+ Extraction constant: Dissociation: Bi3+ Dl Oh J .

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