1906
DOI: 10.1021/ja01978a004
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Abstract: Weinland and Koch' have recently disclosed some interesting facts regarding the precipitability of the chlorine in the green

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“…Received September 5,1950 [Contribution from the Chemical Laboratory of the University of Kansas] The Oxidation of Lithium and the Alkaline Earth Metals in Liquid Ammonia By Joseph K. Thompson and Jacob Kleinberg Solutions of the metals (lithium, calcium, strontium, and barium) were rapidly oxidized by two methods, which are designated as the "one-cell method" and the "two-cell method." The former consisted of oxidation by dropping the metal sample directly into oxygen-saturated liquid ammonia; whereas the latter method consisted of dissolving the metal in ammonia and then slowly passing this solution into a cell containing oxygen-saturated liquid ammonia so that oxidation was instantaneous.…”
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“…Received September 5,1950 [Contribution from the Chemical Laboratory of the University of Kansas] The Oxidation of Lithium and the Alkaline Earth Metals in Liquid Ammonia By Joseph K. Thompson and Jacob Kleinberg Solutions of the metals (lithium, calcium, strontium, and barium) were rapidly oxidized by two methods, which are designated as the "one-cell method" and the "two-cell method." The former consisted of oxidation by dropping the metal sample directly into oxygen-saturated liquid ammonia; whereas the latter method consisted of dissolving the metal in ammonia and then slowly passing this solution into a cell containing oxygen-saturated liquid ammonia so that oxidation was instantaneous.…”
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“…Rapid oxidation of potassium produces chiefly the peroxide, provided the process is interrupted as soon as free metal disappears; the peroxide may then be converted to superoxide by continued oxida-(1) P. Pierron, Bull, $oc. ckim., [5] 6, 235 (1039).…”
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“…of a hydrogen electrode in the chromic salt solution, as well as observations of the conductivity at various temperatures , , , . At about the same time Lamb reported a value of 1.26 × 10 –4 for the same equilibrium at 15 °C . It is important to note that methods to determine [H + ] were developed around this time .…”
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“…The origins of the idea that coordination of a water molecule to a metal ion could lead to the formation of a metal‐hydroxido compound arose in the early 1900s with the separate studies of Werner, Bjerrum, Olie , and Lamb . Many of the early studies involved investigations of the hydrolysis of chromium(III) salts, most commonly chromic chloride.…”
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“…Rates were measured in two green chromic chloride solutions at two rotational speeds, at temperatures between 10 ~ and 70~ and the results are shown in 7 , i Consequently, a 400-ml sample was heated rapidly to the appropriate temperature and the rotating cylinder immediately immersed for a 30-or 60-sec period. The highest weight loss was 83 mg in 30 sec.…”
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