Quantitative Chromatographic Separation and Estimation of Cadmium in Copper Alloys using Paper Strips

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Bishop and Liebmann1 have described the quantitative separation of zinc from soldering alloys by chromatography on cellulose columns followed by polarographic estimation. We employ a similar method for the determination of small amounts of cadmium in copper–cadmium alloys, except that we use paper strips of normal thickness.

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    Bishop, J. R., and Liebmann, H., Nature, 167, 524 (1951).

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    Arden, T. V., Burstall, F. H., Davies, G. R., Lewis, J. A., and Linstead, R. P., Nature, 162, 691 (1948).

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DAVIES, R. Quantitative Chromatographic Separation and Estimation of Cadmium in Copper Alloys using Paper Strips. Nature 168, 834 (1951). https://doi.org/10.1038/168834a0

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