Thermometric Titration of Sodium, Aluminum and Fluorine
Jul 24 2008 Read 1142 Times
A typical example of a thermometric titration is the less well-known exothermic reaction in which the mineral elpasolite (NaK2AlF6) is formed from sodium, potassium, aluminum and fluoride ions. The industrial determinations of sodium, aluminum and fluoride are based on this reaction; these are all known as versions of the «elpasolite method».
With the aid of thermometric titration, the elpasolite method offers a quick, reliable and extremely accurate method for determining sodium, aluminum and fluoride ions in numerous different sample matrices. The 859 Titrotherm from Metrohm is the suitable favourably-priced instrument for these determinations.
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