Procedures for Trace Analysis of Dissolved Inorganic and Organic Constituents in Water

Gary D. Christian, Charles E. Matkovich & W. Lynn Schertz
Abstract: A study of different solvent systems for the atomic absorption determination of cobalt revealed that acetone results in best sensitivity. Acetone is the solvent of choice for the sensitive measurement of several metals. Hence, methods were investigated for the separation of acetone from water by salting out so that possible solvent extraction of metal chelates into this solvent could be performed. About two-thirds saturated calcium chloride proved to be the best system for salting...
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