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Title: Quantitative studies in complex chemistry. Part 1 electrometric methods
Authors: de Bruin, HJ
Florence, TM
Keywords: Beryllium
Issue Date: Jul-1961
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: de Bruin, H. J., & Florence, T. M. (1961). Quantitative studies in complex chemistry. Part 1 electrometric methods (AAEC/E72). Lucas Heights, NSW: Research Establishment, Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
Abstract: Methods for the determination of stability constants are considered with particular reference to the method of pH titration. Mathematical derivations proposed by several authors are discussed and rationalised by using a common symbolism. The use of acid association constants is advocated in preference to dissociation constants. The authors' current work on the beryllium/oxalate system is used to illustrate the methods. Suggestions are made for the application of the fundamental data to problems in chemical processing and analytical chemistry.
Gov't Doc #: 325
Other Identifiers: AAEC-E-72
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