Identity and instability of the beryllium sulfosalicylate complex

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1950-05-04
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Meek, H.
Banks, Charles
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The spectrophotometric properties of t he Leryllium-sulfosalicylate complex are described. It is shown that sulfosalicylic acid from commerical sources is either 5-sulfosalicylic acid, or, a t least for t he purposes of complex formation with beryllium, the behavior is the same as that of 5-sulfosalicylic acid.

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