Mathematical model of precipitation of barium and strontium nitrates from nitric acid solutions and their mutual effect View Full Text


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2016-09

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E. A. Puzikov, N. E. Mishina, B. Ya. Zilberman

ABSTRACT

A mathematical model describing the solubility of barium, strontium, and lead nitrates in nitric acid solutions containing 0 to 14 M HNO3 in the temperature range from 0 to 90°С with the error no larger than 7% was developed. The model is based on the reactions of metal precipitation in the form of Me(NO3)2 at HNO3 concentrations of up to 7–8 M and Ме(NO3)2·2HNO3 at higher nitric acid concentrations, and also on the assumed formation of soluble metal nitrate complexes MeNO3+. A sharp increase in the barium solubility at HNO3 concentrations lower than 0.5 M and temperatures of 50 and 90°С was interpreted assuming the possible formation of dimeric oxocations Ba2O2+ or associates Ba2(OH)22+. A model describing the solubility of barium nitrate in the presence of strontium nitrate in HNO3 solutions at HNO3 concentrations in the range from 0 to 5 M was also suggested. More... »

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473-479

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