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Tin pp 8-11 | Cite as

Gravimetric Methods

  • J. W. Price
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Part of the Handbuch der Analytischen Chemie / Handbook of Analytical Chemistry book series (HAC, volume 3 / 4 / 4a / 4a g)

Abstract

Classical gravimetric procedures for the determination of tin are based mainly on the dehydration of hydrous tin(IV) oxide at 800°C and the thermal stability of the oxide SnO2 on heating in air at temperature up to 950°C [1]. The hydrous oxide can be obtained by neutralising an acid solution of a tin(IV) salt, usually the chloride, or a complex with an organic reagent can be precipitated from acid solution and ignited to destroy organic matter and leave a residue of SnO2, but the most important method is that of nitric acid attack on a tin-containing alloy with formation of ‘metastannic acid’.

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