Spectrophotometric determination of iron and cobalt with Ferrozine and dithizone.
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Dec 01, 1990
Procedures are described whereby iron (1-50 microg) and cobalt (1-25 microg) are determined spectrophotometrically, iron as iron(II) with the disodium salt of 3-(2-pyridyl)-5,6-bis(4-phenylsulfonic acid)-1,2,4-triazine (Ferrozine) and cobalt as the cobalt(III) dithizonate complex. The reduction to iron(II) prevents interference of iron(III) in the cobalt determination, and both metals can be determined in the same portion of sample solution. Removal of interference by other metal ions is described.
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