2 edition of Spectral-isotopic method for the determination of hydrogen in metals found in the catalog.
Spectral-isotopic method for the determination of hydrogen in metals
Aleksandr Natanovich Zaidel"
Written in English
Originally published, 1957.
|Statement||by! A.N. Zaidel", A.A.Petrov, G.V.Veinberg; translated by A.Behr, edited by G.E.Gardam.|
|Contributions||Petrov, A. A., Veinberg, G. V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
Therefore, an alternate method of analysis is necessary. This paper presents an alternate method of determining metals in chlorinated hydro-carbons. The chlorinated hydrocarbons are evaporated under safe laboratory condi-tions. The metal containing residue is . Figure () Corrosion rate determination. At the corrosion potential, the rate of hydrogen evolution is equal to the rate of metal dissolution, and this point corresponds to the corrosion rate of the system expressed in terms of current density. Tafel constants must be calculated from both the anodic and cathodic portions of the Tafel Size: KB.
The determination of Kjeldahl nitrogen is made in foods and drinks, meat, feeds, cereals and forages for the calculation of the protein content. Also the Kjeldahl method is used for the nitrogen determination in wastewaters, soils and other samples. It is an official method and it is described in different normatives such as AOAC, USEPA. metal) electrode method (Eh) ar e valid only when redox species are (a) electroactive, and (b) present in the solution at concentrations of about molal and higher. Redox species in natural waters generally do not reach equilibrium with metal electrodes. Procedures for .
Analytical Methods for Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy. , 9/10/96 PM Notice The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. EN-2 - Analysis of Seawater: Determination of Soluble Metals Contents vii , 9/10/96 PMFile Size: 1MB. Sulfide, titrimetric, iodometric Parameter and Code: Sulfide, total, I (mg/L as S): 1. Application This method may be used to analyze water and water-suspended sediment containing more than mg/L of sulfide. Water-suspended sediment may be analyzed by this method if sample is shaken vigorously and a suitable aliquot of File Size: KB.
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As a result, they were able to establish that the most important factor affecting the intensity ratio was the separation of isotopes in the capillary tubes of the system. Spectral-isotopic method for the determination of hydrogen in metals It is easy to choose conditions of discharge such that, within the limits of experimental accuracy, the ratios of the intensities of the lines H,/D, and H^/D^ are equal to Cited by: 1.
Abstract Citations References (1) Co-Reads Similar Papers NASA/ADS. Spectral-isotopic method for the determination of hydrogen in metals Zaidel, A.
Abstract. Publication: Spectrochimica Acta. Pub Date: February DOI. Spectral-isotopic method for the determination of hydrogen in metals. London, Butterworths, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A N Zaĭdelʹ; A A.
A. Zaidel, A. Petrov and G. Veinberg, The Spectral-Isotopic Method for the Determination of Hydrogen in Metals; (Revised and supplemented edition), London, 7. Zaidel and K. Petrov, Zav.
lab., 24,Author: A. Zaidel, A. Petrov. Simultaneous determination of hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen in metals by the spectra-isotope method. Borisov, V. Nemets & A. Petrov Journal of Applied Spectroscopy volume 7, pages – ()Cite this articleAuthor: V.
Borisov, V. Nemets, A. Petrov. That method, known as hot vacuum extraction mass spectrometry (HVEMS), allows determination of both H and D in the same Spectral-isotopic method for the determination of hydrogen in metals book, and avoids fractionation of the hydrogen isotopes between the metal and gas phases.
Commonly, the inert gas fusion (IGF) method with thermal conductivity detection is used to measure H content in Zr alloys.Cited by: An ASTM designation number identifies a unique version of an ASTM standard. Active Standard ASTM E | Developed by Subcommittee: E Book of Standards Volume: These test methods for the chemical analysis of metals and alloys are primarily intended to test such materials for compliance with compositional specifications.
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Distributed through American National Standards Institute. This textbook is divided into six parts: theoretical concepts and hydrogen, the s-block, the p-block, the d-block, the f-block, and other topics (the nucleus and spectra).
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