cadmium zinc determination

  • Determination of zinc, cadmium and lead by anodic ...

    Zinc can also be determined simultaneously with cadmium and lead. The determination of copper at the MFE is not possible. The mercury film is plated ex-situ on a glassy carbon electrode and can be used for half a day up to one day. Zinc can be determined at the mercury film electrode by anodic stripping voltammetry (ASV).

  • Complexometric determination of cadmium using 2 ...

    Complexometric determination of cadmium using 2-Mercaptoethanol as masking reagent. Cadmium and other ions in a given sample solution are initially complexed with excess of EDTA and the surplus EDTA is titrated with lead nitrate solution at pH 5.0–6.0 (hexamethylentetramine), using .


    (n = 11) for cadmium, 98.0 f 1-2s (n = 11) for copper and 99-2 i O-7% (n = 5) for zinc. APDC alone extracted 99.2% of the cadmium, 98.5% of the copper, and 100.0% of the zinc, while DDDC alone produced yields of 96.0% for cadmium, 97.5% for copper, and 90.6% for zinc. These studies show that

  • Spectrophotometric Determination of Zinc in Water .

    The determination of zinc in water is also of considerable interest to investigate further. Zinc also has industrial significance. About one-third of the present zinc production is used in galvanizing ferrous metals. Brass alloys consume another one-third of the world zinc production, while the remaining zinc is