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Flame photometric determination of caesium in the presence of strontium and calcium

Israel. Atomic Energy Commission

Flame photometric determination of caesium in the presence of strontium and calcium

by Israel. Atomic Energy Commission

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Published in [Rehovoth, Israel] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cesium

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsStiller, M
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD181 C8 I8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10p.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16662250M

    @article{osti_, title = {CHELATOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF CAESIUM}, author = {de Sousa, A}, abstractNote = {An indirect chelatemetric method for the determination of cesium is described. Cesium is precipitated as perchlorate according to the classical procedure and the precipitate is heated with ammonium chloride to reduce the perchlorate to chloride. Ionisation effects. Add ionisation buffer % w/v potassium or caesium chloride to sample and calibration stds. Can be determined by Flame photometry. Strontium 38 Sr Phosphate, Al, Si, depress response. Add % w/v lanthanum or calcium chloride to all solutions or use the N2O/acetylene flame: Tin 50 Sn

    Flame-photometric determination of strontium in natural water. [Washington, D.C.]: United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, (OCoLC) designed for the routine determination of sodium (Na) and potassium (K). Additional filters are available for the determination of lithium (Li), calcium (Ca) and barium (Ba). Both versions are fitted with automatic flame failure detection for user safety, making them ideal for use in clinical, industrial or educational applications.

    A flame photometric method of determining calcium in phosphate, carbonate, and silicate locks has been developed Aluminum and phosphate interference was overcome by the addition of a large excess of magnesium. The method is rapid and suitable for routine analysis Results obtained are within?? 2% of the calcium oxide content.??   Watch the beautiful blue-violet colour produced by the caesium flame test. Find out more about the chemistry of group 1 flame tests by looking at out our tea.


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Flame photometric determination of caesium in the presence of strontium and calcium by Israel. Atomic Energy Commission Download PDF EPUB FB2

A contribution to the application of flame photometry on Ca, Sr, Ba and Li. Applied Scientific Research5 (1), DOI: /BF Ken Sugawara, Tadashiro Koyama, Nobuko Kawasaki. Flame Photometric Determination of Alkali and Alkaline Earth Elements in Waters.

Calcium and by: It is now shown that at high concentrations of either phosphate or sulphate ions, the calcium emission is independent of small variations of either anion. This is used as the basis of a flame‐photometric method for estimating calcium in plants without separation of interfering ions, but in the presence Cited by: 8.

ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA THE DIRECT FLAME PHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF STRONTIUM: CALCIUM RATIOS IN THE ASH OF HUMAN BONES AND TEETH M. S; W. WEBB AND M; L. WÔRDI NGHAM Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Chemistry Division,' Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London (Great Britain) (Received November 24th, ) In recent years the pl^siological Cited by: 5.

For the determination of strontium in silicate and other rocks, flame photometric and atomic absorption techniques have displaced both photometric and gravimetric procedures. In common with calcium and barium, strontium has a very characteristic flame emission.

The strongest emission of strontium is at the resonance line of nm. The determination of lithium in barium chloride is unsatisfactory in the presence of strontium. A new method of preparing a concertrate of lithium for spectrographic examination by the Lundegardh technique is.

1, ppm Dissolve acetate acetylene Acta alkali metals alkaline earth alkaline earth metals aluminum amount Anal Analysis anions aspirated atomic line band head barium Beckman boron burner calcium calibration curve cations cent cesium Chem chloride chromium cobalt concentration copper Dean Determination of Calcium Determination of Potassium.

Detector: Flame photometric detector is similar to that used in spectrophotometry. The emitted radiation is in the visible region, i.e., nm to nm. Further, the radiation is specific for each element, so simple detectors are sufficient for the purpose of photovoltaic cells, phototubes, etc.

Flame-photometric determination of calcium and magnesium in vegetables. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture12 (12), DOI: /jsfa J. Fawcett, V. Wynn. A new principle applied to the determination of calcium in biological materials by flame photometry.

Insert the igniter on the burner and ignite the flame. If the flame isnot ignited within few attempt increase the fuel flow gradually once the flame is ignited it will be yellow non-oxidizing flame. Slowly reduce the flame so as to get a blue oxidizing flame. Allow the flame to stabilize for 5 min.

Yoke, J., Finkelstein, R., Elimination of anionic interference in flame photometric determination of calcium in the presence of phosphate and sulphate, Anal. Chim. Acta, 19, p. Flame-photometric methods, however, are rapid, require little or no pretreatment of samples, and are especially recommended for the determination of strontium in the presence of the other alkaline-earth metals.

Two methods for the determination of strontium in natural water are presented in this report. The flame-photometric method has been. FLAME PHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF CALCIUM, MAGNESIUM, AND POTASSIUM IN CANNED TOMATOES. LUH. Department of Food Technology University of California, Davis, Calif.

Search for more papers by this author. NIKETIC. Department of Food Technology University of California, Davis, Calif.

9/10/96 PM Safety Information The Analytical Methods section describes methodologies using a wide variety of potentially hazardous chemicals (acids, bases, organic. Photoelectric flame photometry, a branch of atomic spectroscopy is used for inorganic chemical analysis for determining the concentration of certain metal ions such as sodium, potassium, lithium, calcium, Cesium, etc.

In flame photometry the species (metal ions) used in the spectrum are in the form of atoms. CALCIUM DETERMINATION BY FLAME PHOTOMETRY; METHODS FOR SERUM, URINE, AND OTHER FLUIDS ) The convenience and accuracy of flame photometric determinations of sodium and potassium in biological fluids (1, 2) have suggested the de- CALCIUM BY FLAME PHOTOMETRY a series of solutions of known sodium concentration.

From the observed. TELOH HA. Estimation of serum calcium by flame photometry. AMA Arch Pathol. Oct; 66 (4)– VALLEE BL.

Simultaneous determination of sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium and strontium by a new multichannel flame-spectrometer. Nature. Flame Photometer PFP7 Protocol: PA The Simple Flame Photometric Determination of Calcium Introduction A PFP7 flame photometer offers a quick and easy method for the determination of a samples’ calcium content.

The following method is suitable for the determination of calcium in aqueous samples that have no interfering ions present. The flame test is a fun and useful analytical technique to help you identify the chemical composition of a sample based on the way it changes the color of a flame.

However, interpreting your results can be tricky if you don't have a reference. There are many shades of green, red, and blue, usually described with color names you wouldn't find on even a large crayon box.

FPD: Flame Photometric Detector In principle, the Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) is identical to the FID with the addition of an S or P filter and a photomultiplier tube.

Because also other atoms and (partial) molecules emit light, specific optical filters are used that only allow the light with specific sulphur or phosphorus wavelengths to pass. KINGSLEY GR, SCHAFFERT RR. Micro flame photometric determination of sodium, potassium and calcium in serum with solvents.

J Biol Chem. Feb; (2)– LLAURADO JG. Simplified estimation of calcium in biological materials by flame photometry. J Clin Pathol.

May; 7 (2)– [PMC free article] MACINTYRE I. ture, for separating strontium nitrate from calcium nitrate. Later study by Leliaert and Eeckhaut () showed that 1 to 2 percent of the strontium is extracted with the calcium in a single extraction.

After a second extraction, to 1 percent of the calcium remained with the strontium in the residue. Szebelledy (a) described a.The purpose of the present investigation was to develop an accurate and relatively simple flame photometric procedure for the analysis of strontium in sea water and marine products.The separation of calcium from wine as oxalate prior to determination by flame photometer, is described.

The depressive effect of oxalate on the emission intensity at mµ has been eliminated at the temperature of the air-coal gas flame by dissolving the calcium oxalate in perchloric acid. The method is rapid. Several samples can be processed in an hour, and the results are in good.