Critical Evaluation of Some Equilibrium Constants Involving by Y. Marcus

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J. Inorg. Nucl. , ££> 2615 (1967). , Kondo, Y. , J. Inorg. Nucl. , 3£, 1019 (1968). N. , Zh. Neorg. , 13_, 1222 (1968). IX. Solvent: Reactions: Di(2-ethylhexyl) phosphoric acid ((H)DE-HP) , HS H + S = HS (in aqueous solutions) HS = HS (IX-1) (IX-2) 2 HS" = ÏÏ^Ç (ΙΧ-3) Although HS is used to a large extent in separations, both on the labor­ atory and the industrial scales, its fundamental equilibria have not been very extensively studied. Except for (H)DBP, however, which, because of its higher aqueous solubility, is less generally useful, but because of its role in the de­ composition of TBP has been very thoroughly studied, HS has been better studied than other acidic organophosphorus reagents.

10 is very far from those calculated at higher con­ centrations with the incorporation of valid corrections for Ύ± Μ Α · Another attempt (68A) to consider the competitive extraction of MA« and HA derived the equilibrium constants from the maximum in the distribution curve, with constant (L, low C M and varying C ^ . ), among other errors. 43, and log Q.?. 29 respectively, where, however, the exact nature of the "constant" cited was not specified, cannot be further discussed. 90. 03 found in pure aqueous MA 2 sol­ utions.

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