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

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Akad. Nauk SSSR, Ser. 1 67S T Savostina V. , Astakhova E. , Peshkova V. , Zh. Neorg. 1 H2A in CgHg H2AinCHCl3 H2AinCHCl3 64S 25 25 + (Na ,H )C10~q. 1 Savostina V. , Astakhova E. , Peshkova V. , Vestnik Moskov. , Ser. , 18, No. , Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 43_, 2970 (1970) Shlenskaya V. , Tikhvinskaya T. , Biryukov A. , Vestnik Moskov. , Ser. , _25, No. 3, 337 (1970) Tikhvinskaya T. , Biryukov A. , Shlenskaya V. , Gordyenskaya N. , Zh. Neorg. , 15, 128 (1970) 70E 70S 70T H £ A in CgHg Astakhova E. , Thesis, Moscow Univ.

Chim. , 2 +. 01 i-(p-bromophenyl )-thiocarbazone H^Ä = H + + HA" i3ΗηnN4SBr2 Extraction constants: Dissociation: c Takei S. 3 Di-(o-chlorophenyl )-thiocarbazone ( ο , ο ' - d i c h l o r o d i t h i z o n e ) , hLA Ramakrishna R. S . , Anal. Chim. Acta, 41_, 35 (1968) Extractant: 68R Reference: Pb 2+ Extraction constant: Extractant: H2A 0 .

Zh. Fiz. , 38, 2299 (1964) Savostina V. , Astakhova E. , Peshkova V. , Zh. Neorg. , 9_, 80 (1964) Shlenskaya V. , Tikhvinskaya T. , Biryukov A. , Alimarin I. , Izv. Akad. Nauk. SSSR, Ser. 0 Haines R. , Ryan D. , Cheney G. , Can. J. 7 + HA" 62H 70S 67S H2200 H2A = H Calculated from two-phase stability constant References: a. ^? HA" = H + + A 2 " H2A = H + + HA" M" HA in CHC13 Savostina V. , Astakhova E. , Peshkova V. , Zh. Neorg. , £ , 80 (1964) Alimarin I . , Tikhvinskaya T. I . , Shlenskaya V.

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