With the establishment of instrumental methods, classical qualitative analysis has become of less importance, particularly as such methods as e.g. spectrochemical, X-ray fluorescence (for the examination of solid samples) and atomic absorption (for samples in solution) are generally specific for the element concerned, thus avoiding the need for separations. Accordingly group separations and general reactions of tin compounds in solution are dealt with here only briefly, as they are covered in most analytical texts. In particular, a very full account of methods for the detection of tin published before 1956 is given in the book edited by Fresenius and Jander .
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