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This strangely huge assessment combines instrumental and radiochemical ideas with qualitative and quantitative (volumetric and gravimetric) analyses, and in addition with practise of compounds, thereby strengthening analytical and preparative abilities.

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Weigh the sample tube, place it in the tube guide and take a reading R^. Pack the tube with a standard as above, reweigh and take another reading R. Note the temperature. s. units which is available in the literature. Use one of your prepared complexes instead of the standard and repeat the operation and find X^^ for your sample. Repeat the packing in each case and calculate an average value of R for both standard and sample. Multiply Χ„ by 4πχ10"^ and X^M by 4πχ10 . Then calculate μ^, taking D as 800.

Measurements are usually carried out by trained surface scientists or on a commercial basis. g. porosity are also possible. ,U{\965)\52). The surface of powders of metal oxides and of silica, suspended in aqueous solution are known to be hydroxylated. infrared spectra of many of the solids indicate the presence of surface hydroxyl groups. 12) take place in an aqueous suspension of an insoluble oxide, the positively charged particles at pH's PZC when the particles are negatively charged.

G. nitrogen or krypton. Adsoφtion is carried out in a high vacuum system and at low temperature. C)]+(C. 16) where V is the volume of gas adsorbed at pressure P, V„ is the volume corresponding to a monolayer, P^, is the saturated vapour pressure of the liquid form of the gas at the temperature of measurement and C is a constant. 30, the plot of P/[V(Po-P)] against P/P^ is expected to be linear. Hence and C can be calculated from the slope and intercept. From the known area of the molecule of nitrogen or the krypton atom, the surface area of the solid powder is calculated.

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