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Metal System for Chemical Reactions and for Studying Properties of Gases and Liquids

Neher, H. V. and Prakash, Satya (1957) Metal System for Chemical Reactions and for Studying Properties of Gases and Liquids. Review of Scientific Instruments, 28 (4). pp. 267-270. ISSN 0034-6748. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:NEHrsi57

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Abstract

An all-metal system, made of copper, is herein described. It is suitable for working with those chemicals which do not attack copper. In particular it has been found very useful in the purification of BF3 and B(CH3)3. Some important features of such a system are (1) a complete absence of contaminants; (2) reactions may be carried out up to 500°C; (3) pressures up to several hundred pounds per square inch may be used; (4) flow of gases from very low to very high pressures may be easily controlled; (5) the system is very rugged. This latter point is particularly desirable where noxious or inflammable gases (such as B(CH3)3) are used. A method is also described whereby gases from sealed-off containers under either high or low pressures may be easily retrieved without introducing impurities. Other important advantages of such a system are mentioned in the text.


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Additional Information:©1957 The American Institute of Physics. Received October 8, 1956; revised January 15, 1957. One of the authors (H.V.N.) wishes to take this opportunity of expressing his appreciation to Dr. K.R. Ramanathan and Dr. Vikram Sarabhau of the Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, for their encouragement and generous cooperation while this research was being carried out. He is also grateful to the United States International Cooperation Administration for financial support. The second author wishes to express his appreciation to the Atomic Energy Commission of India for financial assistance. This research was carried out as a consultant to the Physical Research Laboratory, under the auspices of the U.S. International Cooperation Administration.
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