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Neutron activation of potassium pentasulfide and sodium sulfide solutions

Kenneth Lowell Johnson

Neutron activation of potassium pentasulfide and sodium sulfide solutions

by Kenneth Lowell Johnson

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Potassium compounds -- Reactivity,
  • Sodium compounds -- Reactivity

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    Statementby Kenneth L. Johnson
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 leaves :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14974450M

    The sodium-potassium pump describes a mechanism in which sodium and potassium ions move in and out of your cells. Each time this happens, an electrical charge is produced. The sodium-potassium pump also responds to power requests from your nervous system. Proper electrolyte balance is important for your blood, hydration and helps maintain other. Sigma-Aldrich offers a number of Sodium thiosulfate pentahydrate products. View information & documentation regarding Sodium thiosulfate pentahydrate, including CAS, MSDS & more.

    The polysulfide salts of potassium and sodium are similar. Preparation and reactions. The salt is prepared by the addition of elemental sulfur to potassium sulfide. An idealized equation is shown for potassium hydrosulfide: 2 KHS + 1/2 S 8 → K 2 S 5 + H 2 S. The structure consists of zigzag chains of S 5 2− linked to K + ions. Occurrence. Sodium is a chemical element with the symbol Na (from Latin "natrium") and atomic number It is a soft, silvery-white, highly reactive is an alkali metal, being in group 1 of the periodic table. Its only stable isotope is 23 Na. The free metal does not occur in .

    Kenneth Lowell Johnson has written: 'Neutron activation of potassium pentasulfide and sodium sulfide solutions' -- subject(s): Reactivity, Potassium compounds, Sodium compounds. 3. Experiments have been carried out, mainly on resealed ghosts, to determine what factors affect the magnitude of the sodium:sodium exchange in potassium‐free solutions. 4. Sodium:sodium exchange does not occur in the absence of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). 5.


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Neutron activation of potassium pentasulfide and sodium sulfide solutions by Kenneth Lowell Johnson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Neutron activation of sodium (Na), lithium (Li), and potassium (K) used as possible coolants in a "typical" compact fast reactor were analytically investigated. The natural elements, all individual isotopes, and one common eutectic (NaK 78) were examined.

Suitable energy dependent neutron fluxes were used in conjunction with activation. Purchase Handbook of Preparative Inorganic Chemistry V1 - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 2. Purchase Elemental Analysis in Geochemistry, Volume 8 - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNUnfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Neutron Activation 1. Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA) This is an extraordinarily powerful technique for identifying General and quantifying various elements (and nuclides) in a sample.

Neutron Fluence Rate (Flux) Measurements Neutron fluence rates in reactors or other neutron sources can be measured by exposing targets (e.g., metal foils) to. Nancy J.

Miller-Ihli, in Techniques and Instrumentation in Analytical Chemistry, Neutron activation analysis. Neutron activation analysis (NAA) has been used to determine chromium in a variety of environmental samples [7,] NAA is based on the formation of radioactive isotopes after sample irradiation by neutrons from a nuclear reactor or other neutron source.

In this chapter, following the discussion of the coordination chemistry of Na + and K + ions and the structural features responsible for the metal binding site selectivity in M +-activated enzymes, well-defined examples of M +-activated enzymes are used to illustrate the structural basis for type I and type II activation by Na + and K +.

NEUTRON ACTIVATION occurs as a result of interaction between incident neutron and target nucleus of an atom. The radius of a typical atom is of the order of m; that of a nucleus is of m; and that of neutron is of m.

The probability that such an interaction to take place, for a. Neutron diffractograms and lithium-NMR spectra reveal its crystal structure to be a cation-disordered variety of the AgBi 3 S 5 type (synthetic pavonite; monoclinic, C 2/ m).

Topological analyses and lithium-NMR relaxometry suggest that correlated lithiumion diffusion with activation energies - up to (2) eV occurs along the channels in. SnF4 c. Ca3N2 d. Al2S3 e. Hg2Se f. AgI (Ag only forms stable +1 ions in compounds.) a.

barium sulfite b. sodium nitrite c. potassium permanganate d. potassium dichromate a. Cr(OH)3 Pb(CO3)2 b. Mg(CN)2 NH4C2H3O2 a.

dinitrogen tetroxide b. iodine trichloride c. sulfur dioxide d. diphosphorus pentasulfide   This inter-alkali metal sulfide may be prepared by reacting sodium hydrosulfide with potassium hydroxide, or by reacting sodium hydroxide with potassium hydrosulfide at temperatures of from ° F.

to ° F. (° C. to ° C.), preferably, from 40° F. to ° F. (° C. to ° C.), more preferably about ° F. (60° C.) in. Hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) is a newly recognized signaling molecule with very potent cytoprotective actions.

The fields of H 2 S physiology and pharmacology have been rapidly growing in recent years, but a number of fundamental issues must be addressed to advance our understanding of the biology and clinical potential of H 2 S in the future.

Hydrogen sulfide releasing agents (also known. The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information.

Phosphorus pentasulfide, free from yellow and white phosphorus appears as a greenish yellow solid with an odor of rotten eggs that may paralyze the sense of smell at hazardous concentrations in air.

Density g / cm3. It is used for making lube oil additives, insecticides, flotation agents, safety matches, blown asphalt, and other products and chemicals. J Lab Clin Med. Oct;50(4) Neutron activation analysis of sodium in blood serum. SPENCER RP, MITCHELL TG, KING ER.

PMID: Neutron Activation of Indium I. Introduction Nuclear reactions often involve the nuclear capture of particles such as neutrons or protons, resulting in a very unstable "compound" nucleus which promptly.

containing Sodium Tetraphenyl Boron, Alkaline EDTA, Formaldehyde and sample containing potassium or standard potassium salt. The method accurate within the concentration of to mmol/L. There is a good agreement with flame photometry. REAGENTS: 1. Sodium Precipitating Reagent 33 ml.

Standard Sodium /Potassium 3 ml. Sodium Color. Synonym: Dipotassium thiosulfate mixture with potassium sulfide, Liver of sulfur, Sulfurated potash Linear Formula: K 2 SO 4 /(K 2 S x) 2 CAS Number: In aqueous solution, sodium sulfide is strongly basic [51][52][53], and its conjugate acid is sodium hydrosulfide NaHS (the HS − ion is a very effective agent for sulfidation) [54].

It liberates. The sodium-potassium pump regulates extracellular potassium levels by pumping sodium out of cells and allowing potassium to flow back into cells. In the kidneys, sodium and potassium have a reciprocal relationship.

Acting on the distal tubules, the hormone aldosterone triggers potassium excretion and resorption of sodium. High extracellular. A homogeneous mixture is also called a solution. Solutions in water are called aqueous solutions, and are very important in chemistry.

The proton and the neutron have identical masses. C) The neutron's mass is equal to that of a proton plus an electron.

S^2- sulfide C) CN^- cyanide D) S2O3^2- thiosulfate E) ClO3^- perchlorate. B.Activation MethodActivation Method Ag(n,γ)Ag activity measurement: Ag(β-) Cd (t.

1/2 = d) Lithium. Copper Proton beam Neutron-cone. Ag Au. Determination of neutron flux by.Kenneth Lowell Johnson has written: 'Neutron activation of potassium pentasulfide and sodium sulfide solutions' -- subject(s): Reactivity, Potassium compounds, Sodium compounds Asked in .