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|Title:||New ion exchange method for the determination of uranium in phosphate rocks, coal ashes, bauxites etc.|
|Publisher:||Australian Atomic Energy Commission|
|Citation:||Korkisch, J., Farag, A., & Hecht, F. (1958). A new ion exchange method for the determination of uranium in phosphate rocks, coal ashes, bauxites etc. Translated by H.M.J. Meyer (AAEC/E19). Lucas Heights, NSW: Research Establishment, Australian Atomic Energy Commission.|
|Abstract:||The determination of microgram quantities of uranium in phosphate rocks by a single separation process, in the presence of large quantities of the cations iron (III), aluminum, calcium, magnesium, etc. was, until recently, a difficult micro-analytical problem. It was thought possible under certain conditions to determine uranium quantitatively in phosphate rocks, with the earlier published method for rapid determination of uranium (6) by carrying out a single column process, using the strongly basic anion exchanger "Amberlite" IRA-400 (NO3-). A critical study of this method proved however, that an accurate uranium determination with reproducible values was only possible with materials low in phosphate.|
|Gov't Doc #:||206|
|Appears in Collections:||Scientific and Technical Reports|
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