Propylene carbonate extraction of tris(pentan-2,4-Dione)-iron (III) from aqueous solution: application to the spectrophotometric determination of iron.
Stephens BG; Loftin JC; Looney WC; Williams KA
Analyst 1971 Mar; 96(1140):230-234
Methods are proposed to routinely extract and determine fairly large amounts of iron from aqueous solutions by means of propylene carbonate. This solvent is preferred as an extractant to toxic solvents such as benzene, carbon tetrachloride, or chloroform. One of the methods was applied to the determination of iron in wrought aluminum alloy.
NIOSH-Publication; NIOSH-Grant; Chemical-analysis; Analytical-methods; Aromatic-hydrocarbons; Organic-solvents; Extraction; Photospectroscopy; Alloys; Spectrophotometry; Toxic-substances
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