Microchimica Acta

, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp 178–195 | Cite as

Chemical analysis on the microgram scale, X

The separation and semi-quantitative estimation of some anions
  • Faraj R. Haba
  • Cecil L. Wilson


A semi-quantitative estimation of some anions on the microgram scale, after schematic separation, is described. The anions fall into three groups: sulphate and chromate; ferrocyanide, ferricyanide and cobalticyanide; chloride and iodide.


Chloride Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Chromate Inorganic Chemistry 


Trennungsgang und halbquantitative Schätzung einiger Anionen im Mikrogrammaßstab werden beschrieben. Diese Anionen wurden in drei Gruppen zusammengefaßt: Sulfat und Chromat; Cyanoferrat(II), Cyanoferrat(III) und Cyanokobaltat; Chlorid und Jodid.


On décrit un mode d'estimation semi-quantitative, à l'échelle du microgramme, de quelques anions a rès séparation schématique. On classe les anions en trois groupes: sulfates et chromates; ferrocyanures, ferricyanures et cobalticyanures; chlorures et iodures.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Faraj R. Haba
    • 1
  • Cecil L. Wilson
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryThe Queen's UniversityBelfastNorthern Ireland

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