PROCEDURES FOR THE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF COPPER-BASE ALLOYS.
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON D C
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Two sets of sequence procedures are presented, each with its own recommended application, that will quickly resolve a great number of analytical problems that may be encountered in the chemical characterization of many common and unusual copper-base alloys. One procedure provides for the precipitation of tin, as metastanni acid, with nitric acid when alloy compositions are such that no appreciable tin-contamination problems arise the second provides for the retention of tin in solution with hydrofluoric acid when tin-contamination problems are present. By the use of the appropriate procedure, rapid access to the greatest possible amount of analytical information on individual samples, and results comparable in accuracy to standard methods, will be obtained. Author
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Properties of Metals and Alloys