Determinacion de hierro en fase solida por espectrofotometria derivada de segundo orden
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A microdetermination of iron at sub-μg/L level by derivative spectrophotometry has been developed. The compound TPTZ (2, 4, 6-tripyridyl-1, 3, 5-triazine) was used as chromogenic reagent to form a blue complex (pH = 5. 0), which is fixed and concentrated on a cation-exchange resin sp sephadex C-25. The influence of experimental variables on the retention of the complex on sp sephadex C-25 is discussed. The signals in derivative units were measured directly on the resin, packed in a 1 mm spectrophotometric cell. The characteristic amplitude of the signal at 660 nm in second-derivative spectra is useful for quantitative determination of iron. (0, 241-120 ng/mL; RDS < 2, 7 %). The method was applied to the iron determination in different types of water.
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