A study of the effects of certain metallic ions on the oxidation of hydrazine sulfate (1) by chromic acid and (2) by potassium persulfate [Part I] and the reduction of potassium permanganate by phosphorous acid, Part 2
University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1930 - 140 pages
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E Oxidation of hydrazine sulfate
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3.2 milliecuivalents acid concentration added ammonia amount of silver anorg catalysis catalytic effect catalyzed Chem chromic acid copper salts copper sulfate effect of silver effect of various equation evolution of nitrogen excess of phosphorous excess of potassium experimental ferric formation formic acid Holluta hydrazine sulfate hydrogen peroxide incubation period inhibitory effect iodic acid iodine iron and copper iron salts large number manganese dioxide manganous ions manganous salts manganous sulfate maximum retarding effect millimols per liter millimols phosphorous acid millimols potassium permanganate minutes Volume ferrous molar sulfuric acid molar with sulfuric oxalic acid oxidation of hydrazine oxidation of phosphorous oxidize phosphorous acid phosphoric acid solutions potas potassium fluoride potassium persulfate precipitate presence of silver produced promoter effects rapid reactants reduction of permanganate reduction of potassium silver ions silver peroxide silver salts silver sulfate solutions of potassium studied sulfuric acid solutions temperature tetra tion trivalent manganese Volume ferrous sulfate