Investigations on the heterogenous systems : (1) lead acetate - ammonium acetate - acetic acid at 25 °C : (2) lead oxide - hydrochloric acid - water at 50 °C and 80 °C. (1936)
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Degree NameMaster of Science
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Chemistry
There have been no isothermic phase-rule studies on acetic acid, as a single solvent, reported in the literature; though Davidson ad co-workers have studied many binary and several ternary systems by the synthetic or freezing-point method. The binary sustem PBAc₂ - HAc has been studied by Davidson and Chappel (J.A.C.S. 52. 507. 1930) and later (J.A.C.S. 55. iii. 4524. 1933) by the freezing-point method, using anhydrous hemi-solvate crystals of lead acetate to see the solution. Analysis of the solid phase gave Pb AC₂ ½HAc as the solid phase. Davidson and McAllister (J.A.C.S. 52. 507. 1930) investigated the binary system NH₄Ac - HAc confirming a solvate NH₄Ac. HAc.
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