Chemistry ETDs

Publication Date

11-14-1958

Abstract

Vanadium is most frequently encountered in analytical chemistry in the volumetric determination of vanadium by oxidation-reduction titration. Vanadium is rarely determined gravimetrically and finds little use as a reagent in gravimetric analysis. The simple ionic forms of the valence states of vanadium and the colors of acidic, aqueous solutions of these ions, as reported in the literature, are listed in Table 1. There is some confusion in the nomenclature of the ionic forms; that given in Table 1 is by analogy to chromium.

Language

English

Document Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Chemistry

Level of Degree

Doctoral

Department Name

Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology

First Committee Member (Chair)

Ernest Lynne Martin

Second Committee Member

Jesse LeRoy Riebsomer

Third Committee Member

Milton Kahn

Fourth Committee Member

Raymond N. Castle

Fifth Committee Member

Abraham Rosenzweig

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