Antoncho (Official Hive Translator)
04-09-02 15:57
No 294614
      KI properties and preparation.  Bookmark   

Can somebee help me w/the following questions. PLEASE!:

1) How sensitive are KI aq. solutions to oxidation? Namely, will it get oxidized w/air at ~100 C?

2) SWIM is planning to acquire KI by mixing equimolar KOH and NH4I and evaporating water away in waterbath under draught. Do you see any potential pitfalls here (other than air oxidation)?


Thanx in advance,


Antoncho
 
 
 
 
    Chemikaze
(Newbee)
04-09-02 19:29
No 294650
      'KI properties and preparation  Bookmark   

:)))

When I die bury me upside down so the world can kiss my ass.
 
 
 
 
    Antoncho
(Official Hive Translator)
04-09-02 19:50
No 294659
      :)  Bookmark   

Hey, that's how one gets his posts rated as 'insignificant' or yet worse, 'offending' - LOL, your new signature is fuckin' hilarious!

It was a rather astounding xperience to open a Hive page and see plain Russian language in itshocked Thanx!


Antoncho
 
 
 
 
    Rhodium
(Chief Bee)
04-09-02 20:02
No 294668
      Incomprehension  Bookmark   

Chemikaze: It is generally not allowed to use other languages than english in the forums, keep russian (and other incomprehensible languages) in PM's, as noone but the intended reciever understands them out here anyway.
 
 
 
 
    Chemikaze
(Newbee)
04-09-02 20:29
No 294681
      Oooops  Bookmark   

2 Rhodium: I`ve got the point

2 Antoncho: Always pleasure,couldnt help posting:)))

When I die bury me upside down so the world can kiss my ass.
 
 
 
 
    Antoncho
(Official Hive Translator)
04-10-02 07:41
No 294897
      Success  Bookmark   

smilesmilesmilesmilesmile

Well, looks like it works OK. The crystals were white and the yield was exactly as xpected, so i guess one can obtain KI from NH4I in this way.

Thanx for input everyonesmilelaughwinkblush


Antoncho