By John H. Sinfelt
Provides an account of the examine on bimetallic catalysts. Focuses cognizance at the danger of influencing the selectivity of chemical variations on steel surfaces and getting ready steel alloys in a hugely dispersed nation. Covers the validation and elucidation of the bimetallic cluster notion. contains figures and tables.
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With alkali phosphates, a green precipitate of chromic phosphate 164 INORGANIC AND THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY is formed ; this is soluble in mineral acids and in cold acetic acid ; when the acetic acid soln. is boiled, chromic phosphate is again precipitated. Alkali acetates. , but if aluminium and ferric salts are present in excess, basic acetate is precipitated; if the chromic salt be in excess, the precipitation is incomplete. g. g. persulphates, perborates, and percarbonates—convert alkaline soln.