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This reagent has a molar absorption coefficient of 2-3 X 104 with uranium. Cheng5 and Shibata6 have investigated the use of PAN quite thoroughly and found the color to be stable, adhering to Beer's law from 0-1 to 5 X 10~4m-mole of uranium in a 10 ml volume of solvent. Addition of complexing agents such as 1,2-diaminocyclohexane tetra-acetic acid (DCTA) or KCN limits the reaction of PAN to uranium. ). Dilute to 20ml, add 1 ml of 1 % KCN solution and adjust to pH 10 by addition of NH 4 OH. Add 2 ml of 0 1 % PAN solution (01 g of PAN dissolved in 100 ml of methanol) to the sample solution and allow to stand 10 min.
WEST and A. K. MUKHERJI, Anal. , 31, 947 (1959). 14. P. T . , 1961, Bulletin 753-A. CHAPTER V SEPARATIONS SIMILARITY in the electronic structures of actinides and lanthanides suggest that fluorides, oxalates and hydroxides of trivalent actinides have low solubilities. In general, this is the case, though some of the lighter trivalent actinides are unstable in aqueous solution. However, some higher-valent actinides of light weight do form such compounds of low solubility. 1 REAGENTS FOR OXIDATION AND REDUCTION OF URANIUM AND PLUTONIUM Step Oxidation Treatment time Temp.
R. F . MITCHELL, Anal. , 32, 326 (1960). E. 5 CHAPTER V I I SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC methods, as described in this monograph, include the measurement of the absorption spectra of the metallic ions and of the absorption spectra resulting from addition of chromogenic agents. In view of the large number of chromogenic agents that have been proposed for the determination of actinides, it is only possible to present a few procedures. Frequently, actinides occurring in millimicrogram concentrations are best determined by radiochemical techniques.