A Comparison of Gas Chromatographic Properties of Chromium (Iii) and Iron (Iii) Tris (Ethylenediamine) Exchanged Montmorillonites
Date of Graduation
Master of Science in Education in Secondary Education in Chemistry
Chemistry and Biochemistry
The gas chromatographic properties of montmorillonite clays substituted with progressively larger percentages of tris(ethylenediamine) complexes of chromium (III) and iron (III) were studied and compared. Retention mechanisms of microsieving and surface adsorption are compared and discussed. The effects of percentage of substitution and heating on d₀₀₁-spacing and surface area are compared. The iron (III) complex showed possible decomposition upon contact with water.
Science and Mathematics Education
© Harold D Beck
Beck, Harold D., "A Comparison of Gas Chromatographic Properties of Chromium (Iii) and Iron (Iii) Tris (Ethylenediamine) Exchanged Montmorillonites" (1981). MSU Graduate Theses. 962.