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Author Burgot, Jean-Louis

Title Ionic equilibria in analytical chemistry / by Jean-Louis Burgot
Published New York : Springer, ©2012


Description 1 online resource (xxiv, 770 pages)
Contents Pt 1. General considerations -- Solvents-Composition of Solutions -- Thermodynamics and Equilibrium -- Activities and Activity Coefficients -- pt. 2. Acids and Bases equilibria -- Analytical applications -- Definitions of Acids and Bases: Strength of Acids and Bases -- Calculations of pH Values in Aqueous Solutions -- Buffer Solutions -- Some General Points Concerning Titrations -- Neutralization or Acid-Base Indicators -- Acid-Base Titration Curves -- Acid-Base Titrations: Further Theoretical Studies -- Acid-Base Reactions and Chemical Analysis -- pt. 3. Redox phenomena and analytical applications -- Generalities on Oxidation-Reduction -- Redox Reactions and Electrochemical Cells -- Predicting Redox Reactions -- Predicting Redox Reactions by Graphical Means -- Calculating Equilibrium Potentials of Solutions Containing Several Redox Couples -- General Considerations Concerning Redox Titrations -- A Study of Some Redox Titration Curves -- Oxidoreductimetry: Direct and Indirect Iodometries -- Iodometry in Alkaline Medium, Iodatometry, Periodimetry, and Bromometry -- Oxidizations with Permanganate, Dichromate, and Ceric Ions -- Some Titration Methods Involving a Reduction Reaction -- Some Applications of Redox Reactions in Qualitative Analysis -- pt. 4. Complexation reactions -- Analytical applications. -- General Definitions Concerning Complexes -- Rules of Nomenclature and Writing -- Some Elements Concerning the Chemistry of Complexes -- Stability of Complexes: Some Elements Concerning the Kinetics of Their Formation -- Superimposition of Varied Equilibria to Complexation Equilibria -- Conditional Stability Constants -- Complexometry I: Mercurimetry (Votocek-Dubsky's Method) -- Complexometry II: Titrations with EDTA -- Complexometry III: Metal Cation Indicators and Types of EDTA Titrations -- Applications of the Formation of Complexes in Inorganic Analysis -- Part 5. Precipitation phenomena -- analytical applications -- Applications of the Formation of Complexes in Organic Analysis -- Intrinsic, Ionic, and Total Solubilities; Solubility Product and Precipitation -- Dependence of the Solubility on the Solution's Ionic Strength and on the Presence of Common Ions: Superimposition of Several Precipitation Equilibria -- Solubility and pH -- Precipitation and Complexation -- Theoretical Study of Some Precipitation Titration Curves -- Titrimetric Methods Involving a Precipitation -- Gravimetry by Precipitation -- Some Applications of the Precipitation Phenomenon in Inorganic and Organic Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
Summary This book examines the chemical and physical principles of different operations of chemical analysis in aqueous solutions. It explains how various analytical methods help calculate the different species that result from equilibria in aqueous solutions
Analysis Chemistry
Pharmaceutical technology
Analytical biochemistry
Chemistry, Organic
Chemistry, Physical organic
Analytical Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Pharmaceutical Sciences/Technology
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Ionic equilibrium.
Analytical chemistry.
chemical analysis.
SCIENCE -- Chemistry -- Analytic.
Science des matériaux.
Analytical chemistry.
Ionic equilibrium.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781441983824