Tungstic Acid(YS/T 692-2009)
This standard provides for the requirements, test methods, test rules, signs, packaging, transportation, storage and order (or contract) contents of the products. This standard applies to the catalysts, printing and dyeing auxiliaries, lubricants, and the plastics industry and ceramic industry。
The method of determination of tungsten and rhenium in the method of determination of tungsten and rhenium is used to determine the method of determination of the weight and thiourea spectrophotometry(YS/T 372.17-2006)
In the 250 mL beaker, add 10 mL of nitric acid (3.2), 30 mL hydrochloric acid (3.1), cover the surface of the plate, and the low temperature heat dissolves. When dissolving, add nitric acid (3.2) and hydrochloric acid (3.1) to the above ratio (3.1) until completely dissolved (the glass rod can be pounded to see if it is fully dissolved). Evaporation to about 10 mL, remove and cool to room temperature, flush petri dishes and glass burning, add water to 30 mL, with double density ash free filters (the first level filter funnel wall, clinging to the second floor of the radius of the filter paper is smaller than the first layer is about 0.7 cm, add solution cannot be less than four 5 of the second filter height), (3.5) with nitric acid solution washing beaker 5 times, each time 5 mL ~ 6 mL, swab with a glass rod with rubber tip burn was painted, the precipitation into hopper, continue with nitric acid solution (3.5) washing the precipitation to the chloride ion (inspection with silver nitrate solution。
GB/T 6150.1-2008 Determination of Tungstic Acid ammonium calcined weight by tungsten concentrate chemical analysis method
Method of determination of tungsten concentration of tungsten concentrate in chemical analysis method of tungsten concentration：Methods for chemical analysis of tungsten concentrates—Determination of tungsten trioxide content—The ammonium tungstate igniting gravimetric method。
Determination of tungsten content in platinum alloys by determination of tungsten in platinum alloys(GB/T 15072.17-2008)
The determination of tungsten content in the chemical analysis method of metal alloy (GB/T 15072.17-2008) was mainly changed: name change; The formulation and concentration of the solution are revised according to the new standard. The original standard range PtW8 and PtW8.5 are modified for the determination of tungsten content in PtW alloy. Re-write as per GB/T 20004-2001 format.
Articles on Tungsten Compounds, Including: Tungsten Carbide, Tungsten Hexafluoride, Tungsten Trioxide, Tungsten(iii) Oxide, Tungstic Acid, Sodium Tungstate, Silicotungstic Acid, Phosphotungstic Acid, Tungsten Hexachloride
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