Separation of the phenylmercury (II) halides by gas-liquid chromatography.
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Separation of the phenylmercury (II) halides by gas-liquid chromatography. by Maria Del Coro Echeverria de Galvan

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

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Thesis (M.Sc.)- University of Birmingham, Dept of Chemistry.

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The triphenylphosphine complex of phenylmercury(II) nitrate has the structure of a distorted T; the C Hg P angle is °, and there is a weak perpendicular Hg⋯O interaction with oxygen of the nitrate anion. The behaviour of oligomeric 1,2-dimercuriarenes . The purpose of this book is to present in a monographic and systematised form a review of all the literature devoted to polyurethane-based polymeric sorbents in separation chemistry. A novel method for speciation analysis of mercury was developed by on-line hyphenating capillary electrophoresis (CE) with atomic fluorescence spectrometry (AFS). The four mercury species of inorganic mercury Hg(II), methymercury MeHg(I), ethylmercury EtHg(I), and phenylmercury PhHg(I) were separated as mercury−cysteine complexes by CE in a cm × μm-i.d. fused-silica capillary at 15 Cited by: HPLC separation of Hg 2+, MeHg + and PhHg + was completed within 8 min. • The developed method provided high EFs, short analysis time, low LODs and wide linear range. • It is suitable for speciation of trace/ultra-trace mercury in real samples with complex matrix.

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Thin-layer chromatographic methods for the separation and identification of organomercury compounds have been developed and applied to the examination of commercial-quality organomercurials and seed-dressing formulations. The organomercury compounds, in .   Interference by Disodium Edetate with the Reaction of Phenylmercury Ions with Dithiocarbamate Derivatising Agents. J. E. Parkin. book review. The Book Corner. Pages: Separation of Bacterial Menaquinones by HPLC Using Reverse Phase (RP18) and a Silver Loaded Ion Exchanger as Stationary Phases. Phenylmercury acetate Names Systematic IUPAC name. Phenylmercurio acetate [citation needed] Identifiers CAS Number. A cloud point extraction methodology was developed for simultaneous preconcentration of Hg(II), methylmercury (MeHg), ethylmercury (EtHg), and phenylmercury (PhHg) prior to reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) on-line coupled with cold vapor atomic fluorescence spectrometry for speciation analysis of mercury in fish. The four mercury species were taken into .