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|Title:||Kinetics and mechanism of cooxidation of oxalic acid and arsenic(III) by chlorochromate in aqueous acetic acid|
|Authors:||Sambrani, M I|
Raju, J R
|Abstract:||The influence of oxalic acid on chromium(VI) oxidation of arsenic(III) is studied in the presence of chloride ion in 60% aqueous acetic acid and I = 0.80mol dm-3 (NaCIO4). It is found that both arsenic(III) and oxalic acid are oxidised concertedly in a three equivalent step. It has been found that one mole of Cr(VI) oxidises one equivalent of oxalic acid and two equivalents of arsenic(III). The details of such a process are discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.30A(03) [March 1991]|
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