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Tin pp 66-79 | Cite as

Solvent Extraction

  • R. Smith
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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

Solutions of stannous and stannic salts precipitate hydroxides of tin at pH 1 – 2 and therefore solvent extraction procedures are best carried out in strong acid solutions to avoid this complication. Solvent extraction processes and associated theory are dealt with in detail in books on the subject (1 – 4), furthermore recent developments are reviewed biannually in the journal, Analytical Chemistry. Several convenient and quantitative extraction procedures are available for tin and in view of the universal application of such procedures in all branches of analytical chemistry it is quite impossible to review them completely here. For this reason, the authors have included here only those solvent extraction prodedures which have been used either as concentration or separation techniques. Extractive reagents which are likely to be used only in colorimetric analysis have been included in the relevant chapter.

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