THE NITROSO-β-NAPHTHOL METHOD FOR THE QUALITATIVE SEPARATION OF NICKEL AND COBALT

William H. Chapin
1907 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
SEPARATION OF NICKEL 1029 acid gave 0.0475 carbon and 0.02 54 sulphur, of which last 0.0036 was soluble in carbon disulphide. These figures indicate a similarity to quisqueite, although the sulphur is lower. The Oxidation Pvoducfs of Me 0ve.-These are reported to cover the surface of the ground in the vicinity of the vein outcrop. T h e specimen examined by me resembles porous limonite in appearance. There was found in it by a rough partial analysis about 45v,o" 14-1 j Fe,O" I j H,O, 20 or more
more » ... I j H,O, 20 or more of siliceous gangue, nearly I of MOO, and a little SO,.
doi:10.1021/ja01961a007 fatcat:hn6paqj2djd5fajy7nfqbduguu