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Compounds of Order I

  • Frank L. Schneider
Part of the Monographien aus dem Gebiete der Qualitativen Mikroanalyse book series (MIKROANANALYSE, volume 2)

Abstract

After the elementary analysis and the determination of the physical constants have narrowed down the number of possible substances which the unknown may be, the latter is classified as a definite genus of compound by the use of generictests. These are usually carried out in a definite sequence so that each test will identify but one or, at most, two generaof compounds.

Keywords

Test Substance Reaction Flask Ferric Ammonium Sulfate Absorption Tube Neutralization Equivalent 
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  • Frank L. Schneider
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  1. 1.Queens College of the City University of New YorkUSA

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