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Preconcentration of trace elements

IНЎUriД­ Aleksandrovich Zolotov

Preconcentration of trace elements

by IНЎUriД­ Aleksandrovich Zolotov

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trace elements -- Analysis.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Yu. A. Zolotov and N.M. Kuzʹmin ; translated from the Russian by Prem Kumar Dang.
    SeriesWilson and Wilson"s comprehensive analytical chemistry ;, v. 25, Comprehensive analytical chemistry ;, v. 25.
    ContributionsKuzʹmin, N. M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD75 .W75 vol. 25, QD139.T7 .W75 vol. 25
    The Physical Object
    Paginationixx, 372 p. :
    Number of Pages372
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2189373M
    ISBN 100444873767
    LC Control Number89007659

    The analysis of single or multiple metal ions in trace amounts in environmental matrices is a general problem. As a result methods for the selective preconcentration of trace metals are continually investigated. Successful development and application of four novel preconcentration techniques for the determination of trace.   Investigation of methods of preconcentration of trace elements in zinc metal/alloys/amalgams by Susan Jane Davey, edition, in English.

    United States Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Research Laboratory Athens GA Research and Development EPA/S May oEPA Project Summary Preconcentration Methods for Trace Element Determination D. E. Leyden Monitoring the safety of drinking water and water supplies requires an analytical capability to determine many toxic elements at low part-per . Preconcentration and Speciation of Trace Elements and Trace-Element Analogues of Radionuclides by Neutron Activation Analysis.

    preconcentration and determination of total recoverable trace elements in marine waters, including estuarine water, seawater and brines. Acid solubilization is required prior to determination of total recoverable elements to facilitate breakdown of complexes or colloids which might influence trace element recoveries.   The sorbed elements are subsequently eluted with 4 mol L −1 HNO 3, and the acid eluates are analysed by ICP-AES. A mL disposable syringe served as a chromatographic preconcentration column. The sorption recoveries of elements except Co and Cr were higher than 97%. The method is also applied for the analysis of natural water by:


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Preconcentration of trace elements by IНЎUriД­ Aleksandrovich Zolotov Download PDF EPUB FB2

This monograph deals with the theory and practical applications of trace metals preconcentration. It gives general characteristics of the process and describes in detail the methods of preconcentration: solvent extraction, sorption, co-precipitation, volatilization, and others.

Preconcentration Techniques for Trace Elements provides up-to-date information on various preconcentration techniques and detailed discussions regarding such topics as the dissolution of matrices, coprecipitation, solvent extraction, electrochemical means, ion exchange, sorption, chromatographic methods, flotation, membranes, volatization, polymer foam sorbents, fire assay, isotachophoresis Cited by: 1.

General Characteristics of Preconcentration. Concentration and separation. Significance of preconcentration and fields of application. Quantitative characteristics of preconcentration. Selective or group preconcentration.

Removal of matrix and separation of trace elements. Methods of Preconcentration. Preconcentration of Trace Elements by Precipitation Ion Exchange Using Organic-Hydrochloric Acid. Analytical Chemistry37 (12), DOI: /aca A. Eberle and M. Lerner. Differential Spectrophotometric Determination of Boron with by: The best way to determine trace elements.

This easy-to-use handbook guides the reader through the maze of all modern analytical operations. Each method is described by an expert in the field.

The book highlights the advantages and disadvantages of individual techniques and enables pharmacologists. Several books deal extensively with the separation and preconcentration of trace inorganic elements (Minczewski et al, MizuikeAlfassi and Wai ), including all the major methods but also those less frequently used as e.g.

fire assay, isotachophoresis and separation on filter papers. However, owing to lack of space only the major preconcentration techniques will be dealt with in this by: 1. our book "Solvent Extraction Preconcentration"(8). Various systems are used in extraction of trace elements, chelate systems being most frequently used.

Trace element separation is possible if the matrix does not react with the. Preconcentration neutron activation analysis of trace elements in surface waters by coprecipitation with pyrrolidinedithiocarbamate in the presence of Bi(III).

Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry Articles(2), Cited by: Separation and preconcentration of trace elements and their physico-chemical forms in aqueous media using inert solid membranes (Technical Report) Abstrac;: A survey is given over various methods for separation and enrichment o trace elements and their speciation in.

Abstract. A procedure is described for the preconcentration from seawater without pretreatment of six trace elements uranium, copper, nickel, cobalt, iron, and manganese through solvent extraction with an 8-hydroxyquinoline-chloroform mixture.

Extracted samples are deposited on filter-paper disks with the aid of a kinetic clamp pump and a ring oven, and the six elements are determined non-destructively by X-ray. Abstract. Accurate determination of trace elements is critical in various fields of science and technology.

Direct measurement of trace elements in samples with complex matrices is often impractical, either due to analytical sensitivity limitations or matrix interferences.

Preconcentration procedures are generally needed to eliminate matrix interferences and/or enrich minute amounts of. Trace amounts of Co, Ni, and Mn have been enriched from aqueous solutions by retention of their ions on polyacrylonitrile (PAN). The recovery has been determined as a function of the amount of PAN, pH, the concentration of eluent (HCl) and the volume of sample solution.

The elements were removed with % efficiency by means of conc. HCl. Recoveries were up to 95% depending on the by: 8. An on-line flow injection method for the direct determination of trace elements in environmental samples is described. A mini-column packed with 2,6-diacetylpyridine functionalized Amberlite XAD-4 was used to preconcentrate and separate 8 trace metals (Cd, Co, Cu, Mn, Ni, Pb, U and Zn) from water and extracts from solid samples.

This book provides information on various preconcentration techniques and detailed discussions regarding such topics as the dissolution of matrices, coprecipitation, solvent extraction. Trace elements in biological materials were preconcentrated by dry ashing at °C in order to improve the detection limits for thick-target PIXE analyses.

The analytical procedure was calibrated with equally prepared ashes of certified biological standard reference materials (SRMs). The matrix effects were studied both theoretically and by: Abstract.

In the present work, a new preconcentration method of trace elements by adsorption onto a niobium wire has been developed for electrothermal atomization atomic absorption spectrometry (ETAAS) with a tungsten tube : Satoshi Kaneco, Hiroaki Kitanaga, Hideyuki Katsumata, Tohru Suzuki.

Separation and Preconcentration of Trace Elements and Inorganic Species on Solid Polyurethane Foam Sorbents (S. Palagyi and T. Braun). Fire Assay for the Preconcentration on the Platinum Group Elements and Gold (S.J. Parry). Separation and Determination of Trace Elements by Isotachophoresis (H.

Yoshida, S. Tanaka, Y. Hirama, and M. Kan). Preconcentration of Trace Elements by Filter. In trace analysis, therefore, a preconcentration and/or separation of trace elements from the matrix is frequently necessary to improve the detection limit and selectivity.

1,2 Various methods used for this purpose are co-precipitation, 3 liquid-liquid extraction, 4 ion exchange, 5 and solid phase extraction. 6,7 The solid phase extraction. The Hyphan resin, a chelating ion-exchanger, is used to preconcentrate several metals (Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mg, Mn, Ni, Ti, and Zn) in aluminum alloys, before analysis by ICP atomic emission.

The recovery of the preconcentration procedure is % for most metals. The accuracy of the method is evaluated by analysis of ALCAN and NIST standard reference by: The detection limits of trace elements in pharmaceutical substances (sugars, sorbitol, mannitol, paracetamol, amidopyrine, chloral hydrate) after a fold preconcentration in 1–5% m/v solution of pharmaceuticals were in the –29 ng g −1 range.

The measured concentration of trace elements in substances investigated was below ng g Cited by:. Jump to main content. Jump to site search.

Publishing. Coprecipitation is a conventional separation/preconcentration technique, which is suitable for the separation of trace REEs from the large number of common elements in complicated samples. The carrier (also called trapping agent) is very important in : Bin Hu, Man He, Beibei Chen, Zucheng Jiang.fields of science and technology.

In medicine the concentration of several trace elements is very crucial since some elements are essential in low concentration while a little higher concentration is hazardous. Consequently, trace element determination is essential for .