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Chapter: Modern Analytical Chemistry: Gravimetric Methods of Analysis

Particulate Gravimetry

1. Theory and Practice 2. Quantitative Applications 3. Evaluating Precipitation Gravimetry

Particulate Gravimetry

Gravimetric methods based on precipitation or volatilization reactions require that the analyte, or some other species in the sample, participate in a chemical reaction producing a change in physical state. For example, in direct precipitation gravime- try, a soluble analyte is converted to an insoluble form that precipitates from solu- tion. In some situations, however, the analyte is already present in a form that may be readily separated from its liquid, gas, or solid matrix. When such a separation is possible, the analyte’s mass can be directly determined with an appropriate balance. In this section the application of particulate gravimetry is briefly considered.

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