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dithiocarbamic acid. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English Noun . dithiocarbamic acid (uncountable) (inorganic chemistry) The monobasic acid NH 2-CS 2 H that is formally derived from carbamic acid by replacing both oxygen atoms with sulfur;
The synthesis of S-(carboxylpropyl)-N-dialkyl dithiocarbamic acid AR grade chemicals (acrylic acid, di- n -ethylamine, di- n -butylamine, di- n -octylamine, carbon disulfide) were used. A solution of 0.1 mol CS 2 in 20 ml tetrafuran was added dropwise into a stirred solution of 0.1 mol dialkylamine in 40 mol tetrafuran, then 0.1 mol acrylic acid was added dropwise into the mixture.
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The extraction of 33 elements by a 0.1M solution of di-n-butyl carbamoylphosphonate in chloroform has been investigated as a function of hydrochloric acid concentration. The results show that this new extradant readily extracts most of the elements in a high oxidation state, including the trivalent rare earths, from hydrochloric acid at concentrations greater than 6 M.
Nickel stearate forms a green solution, however when precipitated with alcohol a gel is produced, that also contains a mixture of basic salts, and free stearic acid.  Nickel malonate, and nickel hydrogen malonate both crystallise with two molecules of water.
information exchanged on the production of soluble inorganic salts of nickel between October 2003 and April 2005. [1, European Nickel Group, 2004, 2, European Nickel Group, 2004] 'Soluble inorganic salts of nickel' have been found by the SIC TWG to belong to the family of SIC substances.
Seawater contains approximately 0.5-2 ppb of nickel, and rivers contain approximately 0.3 ppb.Phytoplankton contains 1-10 ppm nickel (dry mass), resulting in a 10 3-10 4 bioconcentration factor compared to seawater. Bentic algae can be found both in freshwater and salt water, and may contain between 0.2 and 84 ppm nickel.
Diethyldithiocarbamic acid diethylammonium salt 97% Synonym: Diethylammonium diethyldithiocarbamate CAS Number 1518-58-7. Linear Formula (C 2 H 5) 2 NCS 2 [H 2 N(C 2 H 5) 2] Molecular Weight 222.41 . EC Number 216-175-3. MDL number MFCD00013146. PubChem Substance ID …