The tetraphenylarsonium perchlorate, perrhenate, pennanganate, tetraphenylborate, dichromate, trichoro-cobaltate (II) and tetrachlorozincate (II) salts were isolated and characterized. The solubilities of the pure salts in water at 25° were determined using spectrophotometric methods. Thermal data were obtained for the pure salts using the technique of thermal gravimetric analysis. Results of the above studies show that tetraphenylarsonium chloride is valuable as a precipitant for perchlorate and perrhenate ions. The reagent also shows promise as a precipitant for the dichromate and tetraphenylboron ions.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Cole, Jerry J. and Pflaum, Ronald T.
"The Solubility and Thermal Decomposition Characteristics of Some Tetraphenylarsonium Compounds,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 71(1), 145-150.
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