Ultrasonic Studies in Sulphosalicylic Acid Chelates of Cd(II) and Th(IV)
Ultrasonic velocity and adiabatic compressibility lowering at three different temperatures have been studied as a function of composition in the system (1) sulphosalicylic acid – Cd(II) – water and (2) sulphosalicylic acid – Th(IV) – water. Variations of velocity and lowering of compressibility are characterized by a minimum at the value of 0.33 for the ratio [metal]/[metal]+[sulphosalicylic acid] in the system (1) and at 0.50 of Th (IV) in system (2). At higher temperatures the velocity lowering at any composition is less than at lower temperatures. This temperature effect has been explained as due to the breaking up of the chelate into simpler ions or other species resulting in less velocity lowering. With Cd (II) 1:2 chelate is formed while with Th (IV) a 1:1 chelate has been detected.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1967
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