The iron(II)-chromium(VI) reaction: An additional pathway first order in iron(II)
Rosseinsky, D.R. and Nicol, M.J. (1969) The iron(II)-chromium(VI) reaction: An additional pathway first order in iron(II). Journal of the Chemical Society A: Inorganic, Physical, Theoretical . pp. 2887-2890.
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The iron(II)–chromium(VI) reaction has been studied by platinum-electrode polarography at low (micromolar) iron(II) concentrations. Here an additional term first order in iron(II) appears in the rate equation, which is found to be –d[FeII]/dt=k1H[H+][HCrO4–][FeII]+k2H[HCrO4–][FeII]2/[Fe3+], with k1H= 234 l2 mol–4 s–1 and 10–8k2H= 6·92 l4 mol–4 s–1 at 20 °C and ionic strength 1·00 mol l–1 in sodium perchlorate medium with 0·025–0·065M perchloric acid.
|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Publisher:||Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Copyright:||1969 Royal Society of Chemistry|
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