The radiochemistry of titanium by Chong Kuk Kim

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5 ~ HC1 > TI(IV) 1 0 I 1- Separation I D 4 3 Column volumes of effluent 2 of TI(IV) and V(IV): exchange. Referenceml. Anal. eaion. lI Ti C5 II v . v“ VI ;\ III IM VII Ma. LLz II Roman numerals refer to oxidation atate. No Ada. - No adsorption from 1 M - 2’4M HF. 9. mssawmon A. Tit@iun Metal ~ win ~tti= ~fl~ic, s~ic, OF TIWIUN—cammrm - ~oys di6sdvc in t@kOChltiC, ncul-oxidisiq ree~ - lJCifh, euch ee or fluoroboric. Addition of l@ragen permide or nitric acid will tkn Ti(IV). y,ed odd8tion to (14) Scheffer mddlng RF elowly and dropuise to a e8mple of titanium or UOy acid IS wed Whiah IS covered Vith Vater.

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