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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Butterworth, London (for International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry), 1964. W I L S O N , H . N. and H U G H E S , W . C , J. Soc. Chem. , 5 8 , 74 (1939). , Ind. Chim. Belge, 2 3 ( 2 ) , 115 (1958). S U L L Y , Β .
M . and MELLON, M . C , Anal. s 2 3 , 500 (1951). 7. , Chem. , 3 3 , 1298 (1909). —You wouldn't if you knew what it's made of ". Our Mutual Friend : CHARLES DICKENS THE previous chapters have dealt chiefly with inorganic analysis, the present chapter will deal with the development of organic analysis to about 1925. This date is arbitrary, but it is about the time that the more complicated instruments—particularly ultra-violet and infrared spectrophotometers, began to be available in practicable forms.
This was shown to be [C 1 0H 6ONO]3Co. Ilinsky and von Knorre also made the analogous ferric salt -black, a very soluble manganous salt, and a brown-yellow nickel analogue. Publications continued to appear, by many authors, for many years; when there is a steady flow of papers about a method or reagent it is because the reagent—probably the best there is—is not very good. And α-nitroso-ß-naphthol is not very good; it is not even selective. Besides cobalt, it precipitates from a slightly acid solution a whole string of other elements including copper, palladium, iron, uranium, chromium, vanadium and bismuth.
An Approach to Chemical Analysis. Its Development and Practice by H. N. Wilson