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Mixing the chelating reagent B with NiII forms the highly colored NiB22 whose solutions obey Beers law at 395 nm over a wide range Provided the analytical concentration of the chelating reagent

Mixing the chelating reagent B with Ni(II) forms the highly colored NiB22+, whose solutions obey Beer’s law at 395 nm over a wide range. Provided the analytical concentration of the chelating reagent exceeds that of Ni(II) by a factor of 5 (or more), the cation exists, within the limits of observation, entirely in the form of the complex. Use the accompanying data to evaluate the formation constant kfor the process

 

 

 

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