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Investigating the Interactions of Bismuth and Other Metals with Biologically ...
Heather A. Phillips
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I MATERIALS AND ANALYTICAL METHODS
Comparison of Analytical Methods
REACTIONS OCCURRING IN THE PREPARATION
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acetone added alcohol aldehydes aliquot alkaline solution amine ammonia ammonium hydroxide amount analysis analytical approximately basic salts bismuth compounds bismuth content bismuth electrode bismuth hydroxide bismuth ion bismuth metal bismuth oxide brown color carbon chloric acid chloride complex concentrated constant weight crystals dark brown determined dilute dioxane dissolved distillation employed ethyl evaporated excess experiments extraction filtered filtrate flask formation formed fraction glass electrode Hanzlik heating hydrochloric acid hydrogen sulfide hydrolysis hydroxy groups indicated insoluble investigation iodide iodine laboratories liquid ammonia lOcc material melting point Miller 13 minol mixture nitric acid nitrogen phosphate method phosphoric anhydride portion possible precipitate prepared propylene glycol reagent removed residue results obtained sample secured Sobisminol Solution sodium bismuthate sodium bismuthyl triisopropanolamine sodium hydroxide sodium iodide solid solu soluble solutions of bismuth solvents stability substance sulfide method sulfur tests theoretical tion titration Titration curve triisopropanolamine tube values viscous volts xylene yield