An Approach to Chemical Analysis. Its Development and by H. N. Wilson

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An example is zinc sulphide when precipitated from an alkaline or neutral solution. But by increasing the hydrogen ion concentration the concentration of the precipitant 2 ( S ~ ions) is diminished to such a point that on passing H 2 S into the solution the formation of zinc sulphide is slow, and the particles are large. 0 will ensure that conditions are correct. It is also possible in this kind of case to precipitate the most of the insoluble salt in the optimum conditions, then to alter the pH to ensure that the last traces are recovered and deposited on the surfaces of the existing particles.

The mechanism of Hiibl's reaction was elucidated by Ephraim (1895), who showed that the active species was iodine chloride, HgCl 2 + I , = Hg< Hg

But the first and most difficult step, as usual, is the separation into fractions containing a manageable number of components. " The Fermentation Industries The fermentation industries exist to produce pleasant-tasting drinks from somewhat unpromising materials, and this gave little scope for scientific control. The earliest work on fractional distillation was concerned with ethanol, but probably Pasteur's famous Etudes sur la Bière was the first step. ) Since then, until very recently, this industry has been concerned more with biology and biochemistry than with ordinary organic analysis.

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