Determination of fluoride in fluorinated uranium compounds without previous separation
An electrolytic cell composed of an aluminium-platinum couple in a molar acetic acid medium does not yield an appreciable current unless fluoride ions are present. This cell can be used to determine traces of fluoride in the presence of uranium. Fluoride contents are then measured down to the microgram scale. The accuracy on the determination of 10 μg of fluoride in the presence of 10 mg of uranium is of the order of 1 per cent.
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Journal of Inorganic & Nuclear Chemistry
LIEVENS, Filip and LECOCQ, A.
Determination of fluoride in fluorinated uranium compounds without previous separation. (1966). Journal of Inorganic & Nuclear Chemistry. 28, (9), 1871-&. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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