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Trennungs- und Anreicherungverfahren

  • Othmar G. Koch
  • W. Fresenius

Zusammenfassung

Jede Trennoperation bedeutet einen Mehraufwand an Arbeit und Zeit, weshalb man Maßnahmen zur Trennung bzw. Isolierung des Mn nach Möglichkeit vermeidet. Der größere Teil der verfügbaren Analysenmethoden ermöglicht erfreulicherweise die störungsfreie, direkte Bestimmung des Mn in vielen Materialien oder weist relativ geringe Störungen durch andere Elemente auf. Durch Wahl der entsprechenden Bestimmungsmethode sowie geeigneter Reaktionsbedingungen lassen sich Störungen oft vermeiden, so daß die Anwendung von Trennoperationen zur Abtrennung von Störelementen bzw. Isolierung des Mn nicht häufig erforderlich ist. Soweit Trennungsverfahren für die Isolierung des Mn angewandt werden, erfolgt dann diese in der Regel im Rahmen der Abtrennung einer Elementgruppe, seltener wird dagegen das Mn als Einzelelement isoliert.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Othmar G. Koch
    • 1
  • W. Fresenius
    • 2
  1. 1.MeringDeutschland
  2. 2.Institut -FreseniusTaunussteinDeutschland

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