Determination of molybdenum by John P. Bonardi

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ContributionsBarrett, Edward P., joint author., University of Washington. College of Mines., Colorado School of Mines.
LC ClassificationsTN1 .U6 no. 230
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Paginationiv, 3-35 p.
Number of Pages35
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Open LibraryOL6630852M
LC Control Number20026646

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This book is composed of 15 chapters that particularly consider detailed methods for determining these metals in typical samples and their alloys by both classical and modern techniques. The opening chapters discuss the history, occurrence, physico-chemical properties, and applications of molybdenum and Edition: 1.

Molybdenum (Mo) has been the subject of many investigations since Arnon and Stout () first showed that Mo is essential for higher plants. The biological importance of Mo was reported to lie in the processes of nitrogen (N) fixation and nitrate reduction (Bortels, ; Determination of molybdenum book, ).Cited by: 2.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reichen, Laura E. (Laura Esther), Field method for the determination of molybdenum in plants (OCoLC) DASS et al./Turk J Chem hibits biochemical self-puri cation processes of water.

An even higher content of molybdenum in water prevents the growth of some microorganisms.4 Therefore, for a chemist, an accurate and precise determination of molybdenum at trace levels is a. SCIENTIFIC PAPERS, VOL. 37, BOOK 5, – CHEMISTRY 43 DETERMINATION OF MOLYBDENUM WITH TRIPHENYLTETRAZOLIUM CHLORIDE IN PLANT SAMPLES D.

Kostova Agricultural University – Plovdiv Laboratory Comp Mendeleev Str., Plovdiv, Bulgaria ABSTRACT An analysis for molybdenum content by variants of lettuce samples was carried outAuthor: D. Kostova. Fontes, Renildes L.F. Dallpai, Deonir L.

Braga, José M. and Alvarez V., Victor Hugo Determination of molybdenum in soil test extracts with potassium iodide plus hydrogen peroxide reaction. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, Vol.

31, Issue. p. The determination of molybdenum in estuarine waters using cathodic stripping voltammetry. Marine Chemistry27 (), DOI: /(89) Rafael Pardo, Enrique Barrado, Yolanda Castrillejo. Polarographic determination of molybdenum in water.

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*AI, based on mean molybdenum intakes of infants fed primarily human milk. Sources of Molybdenum. Food Legumes are the richest sources of molybdenum [].Other foods high in molybdenum include whole grains, nuts, and beef liver [1,14,17,18].The top sources of molybdenum in U.S.

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Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. IS Method for determination of molybdenum by atomic absorption spectrophotometer Item Preview remove-circle. Determination of the Yield Strength of a Molybdenum Jet Spiral-bound – January 1, by Miles L.

Lampson (Author), Richard L. Summers (Author) See all Author: Miles L. Lampson, Richard L. Summers. @article{osti_, title = {Determination of molybdenum by neutron activation and Srafion NMRR ion exchange resin separation}, author = {Nadkarni, R A and Morrison, G H}, abstractNote = {Srafion NMRR ion exchange resin has been used to separate molybdenum after neutron activation.

The method is used to determine the trace amounts of molybdenum in steels, and geological, biological, and. The determination of tungsten, molybdenum, and phosphorus oxyanions by high performance liquid chromatography inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometery Author links open overlay panel A.J.

Bednar a J.E. Mirecki a L.S. Inouye a L.E. Winfield a S.L. Larson a D.B. Ringelberg b. A process for producing ammonium molybdate from molybdenum trioxide having iron as an impurity is described comprising: (a) digesting the molybdenum trioxide with ammonia in a sealed vessel which is equipped with one or more stirrers at a temperature of from about 50/sup 0/C.

to about 60/sup 0/C., at a pressure of from about psig to about 15 psig, with the amount of ammonia being equal to.

The dithiol (4‐methyl‐1: 2‐dimercaptobenzene) reagent is more sensitive for the determination of molybdenum than is the more commonly used thiocyanate.

A method is described for the determination of molybdenum in soils, in which dithiol is used for the final colorimetric estimation. Titrimetric methods have been developed for the determination of molybdenum in ammonium molybdate, molybdic acid and molybdenum trioxide, based on their reactions with sodium hydroxide.

Molybdenum has been determined in natural waters after preconcentration in Sephadex G 25 gel at pH Ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid desorbs molybdenum from the gel. To the evaporated sample containing 0–5–50 μg of molybdenum, 2 mL of lanthanum (III) solution is added and molybdenum determined by atomic absorption spectrometry.

An isotope dilution method was developed to measure total molybdenum and molybdenum stable isotope concentrations in mL of human blood plasma by ICP-MS. To minimize contamination, a microwave digestion method was developed without molybdenum separation. Plasma aliquots were weighed into PTFE beakers plac.

Novel Reaction for Rapid, Simple, and Sensitive Determination of Molybdenum in Various Samples. Analytical Letters: Vol. 41, No. 5, pp. designed to be applicable for the determination of total molybdenum in molybdenite concentrates, within the normal ranges of this material.

PRINCIPLE Oxidation of sample, dissolution of molybdenum using ammonia, separation of iron and silica by filtration, prior to precipitation, and gravimetric determination as lead molybdate. Would you like to get the full Thesis from Shodh ganga along with citation details. Determination of molybdenum and cobalt in hydrodesulfurization catalysts using a computerized radioisotope x-ray fluorescence system.

Journal of Radioanalytical Chemistry41 (), DOI: /BF Molybdenum processing, preparation of the ore for use in various products. Molybdenum (Mo) is a white platinum-like metal with a melting point of 2, °C (4, °F). In its pure state, it is tough and ductile and is characterized by moderate hardness, high thermal conductivity, high resistance to corrosion, and a low expansion coefficient.

Molybdenum is an essential mineral in the body, just like iron and magnesium. It is present in soil and transferred into your diet when you consume plants. The molybdenum blue reaction, used predominantly for the determination of orthophosphate in environmental waters, has been perpetually modified and re.

This test method covers the determination of dissolved and total recoverable molybdenum in most waters, wastewaters, and brines by atomic absorption spectroscopy.

2 This test method is applicable in the range from 1 to 25 μg/L of molybdenum. In book: MOLYBDENUM AND ITS COMPOUNDS:APPLICATIONS, ELECTROCHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND GEOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS (pp) Chapter 19 Recent Methodologies for Moly bdenum Determination. 7 1 1. Introduction 2 Orthophosphate is a key water quality parameter and spectrophotometric detection using the 3 molybdenum blue (MB) reaction is the most common means of determination [1].

It can also be 4 used for the spectrophotometric determination of silicate, arsenate and germanate. Strictly, this reaction5 determines the 'molybdate reactive phosphorus' (MRP) fraction which includes.

Molybdenum. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Chromium group; Narrower term: Molybdenum -- Physiological effect; Filed under: Molybdenum The Radiochemistry of Molybdenum, by E. Scadden and Nathan Elmer Ballou (PDF at ); Observations on permeation of polytetrafluoroethylene by compounds of rhenium, molybdenum, and tungsten /.

Molybdenum (Mo), chemical element, silver-gray refractory metal of Group 6 (VIb) of the periodic table, used to impart superior strength to steel and other alloys at high temperature. The Swedish chemist Carl Wilhelm Scheele had demonstrated (c. ) that the mineral molybdaina (now molybdenite).

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Molybdenum. Molybdenum (element #42, symbol Mo) is a metallic, lead-gray element, with a high melting point (4, degrees Fahrenheit). This is 2, degrees higher than the melting point of steel, and 1, degrees higher than the melting temperature of most rocks. of p.p.m. Only Pd(II) and W{VI) interfere in the determination of molybdenum in the photometric determination using 2-thiOPyrogallol as the reagent.

BANKOVSKP and others have reported the use of 8-mercaptoquinoline in extraction and spectrophotometric determination of molyb-denum, but the method has the strong disadvantage of ether extraction.

The molybdenum blue method for the determination of inorganic phosphate is a well-established method. The blue color produced in this method is developed by the reduction of molybdophosphoric heteropoly acid. Here the acidified solution of phosphate is treated.

The separate determination of large quantities of molybdenum and tungsten in their mutual presence is a complicated analytical problem. Existing methods take a long time and require subsequent colorimetric determination of each component. Molybdenum has books on Goodreads.

This will prevent Molybdenum from sending you messages, friend request or from viewing your profile. They will not be notified. Comments on discussion boards from them will be hidden by default. Molybdenum blue reaction for the determination of orthophosphate. The molybdenum blue reaction, used predominantly for the determination of orthophosphate­ in environmental waters, has been perpetually modified and re-optimised over the years, but this important reaction in analytical chemistry is usually treated as something of a 'black box' in the analytical literature.

A new solid state molybdenum-selective electrode has been developed. The electrode is composed of 20% MoS 2, 60% Ag 2 S, and 20% Cu 2 S.

An analytically useful potential change occurred, from 1 × to 1 × M molybdenum ion. The slope of the linear portion (1 × - 1 × M) was about 45 ± 2 mV/fold concentration changes in molybdenum.

It was found that pH change between 1. A new method for the colorimetric determination of molybdenum(VI) uses 5,7-dibromohydroxyquinoline as coloring reagent. Molybdenum(VI) is separated from other elements by paper chromatography using a butanol – nitric acid – acetylacetone solvent mixture.

Molybdenum cofactor deficiency is a rare human disease in which the absence of molybdopterin – and consequently its molybdenum complex, commonly called molybdenum cofactor – leads to accumulation of toxic levels of sulphite and neurological damage.

Usually this leads to death within months of birth, due to the lack of active sulfite oxidase.The text also discusses the determination of thorium in natural and industrial materials.

Regeneration of thorium from industrial waste; isolation of thorium from ores and minerals; and analysis of alloys containing thorium are explained. The book is a valuable source of data for students and chemists wanting to study thorium.Determination of molybdenum in tissues (lung, liver, kidney, spleen, bone) of guinea pigs following 25 days of inhalation of subLD50 doses of the sulfide, the dust and fume of the trioxide, and calcium molybdate showed rather uniform distribution in the tissues, incl bone, for all substances at the end of the exposure.

Values from 10 to 60 ug/10 g fresh tissue were common for all substances.

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