Some Features of the Precipitation of Barium Chromate by an Extra-slow Technique

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IN the course of experiments concerning the preparation of very pure compounds, the precipitation of barium chromate was chosen as a model. S. Rykowski and I found1 that a very slow precipitation with dilute solutions produces a precipitate which contains very minute crystals known as ‘crystal skeletts’.

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    Adamski, T., and Rykowski, S., Polish Acad. Sci., Inst. Nuclear Res. Rep. 91/4 (Warsaw, 1959).

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ADAMSKI, T. Some Features of the Precipitation of Barium Chromate by an Extra-slow Technique. Nature 190, 524 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/190524a0

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