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Publications List of Professor T S West CBE, FRS
 
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1951 000
Analytical Chemistry of the Less Common Alkali Metals.pdf
 
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1951 001
The determination of trace amounts of hydroquinone. Anal. Chim. 1951, 599. Belcher

 
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1951 002
Mercurous nitrate as a reductimetric reagent. Part I. Stoicheiometry of reaction. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1951, 260, Belcher
 
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1951 003
1951 003
Mercurous nitrate as a reductimetric reagent. Part II. The interference of the more common cations and anions in the determination of iron.The potentiometric determination of copper by complexometric titrationwith ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1955, 13, 226. (with R. Belcher and D. Gibbons)
 
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1951 004
Mercurous nitrate as a reductimetric reagent. Part III, The titration of various oxidising agents. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1951, 5, 360. Belcher
 
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1951 005
1951 005
Mercurous nitrate as a reductimetric reagent. Part IV. The determination of copper. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1951, 364. Belcher
 
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1951 006
1951 006
Mercurous nitrate as a reductimetric reagent. Part V. The titration of iron on the micro-scale. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1951, 472. Belcher
 
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1951 007
1951 007
Mercurous nitrate as a reductimetric reagent. Part VI. The determination of Hg(I) (in presence of Hg(II)]. Anal. Chiro. Acta, 1951, 474. Belcher
 
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1951 008
1951 008
Mercurous nitrate as a reductimetric reagent. Part VII. The determination . of hydroxylamine and nitrates. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1951, 546. Belcher
 
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1952 009
1952 009
Mercurous nitrate as a reductimetric reagent. Part VIII. The potentiometric titration of ferric iron in presence of ions forming highly coloured thiocyanates. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1952, 1_, 470. Belcher
 
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1952 010
1952 010
Trivalent manganese as an oxidimetric reagent. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1952, 6, 322. Belcher
 
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1952 011
1952 011
The gravimetric determination of copper (II) as copper (I) thiocyanate. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1952, 337. Belcher
 
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1953 012
1953 012
A new reagent for the titration of water. J. Chem. Soc. , 1953, 1772, Belcher
 
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1953 013
1953 013
Quadrivalent uranium as a reducing titrant. Analyt. Chem., 1954, 26 1025. (with R. Belcher and D. Gibbons) '
 
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1954 014
1954 014
The evaluation of barium sulphate precipitates by a titrimetric method. Chem. & Ind. , 1954, 127. (with R. Belcher euid D. Gibbons)
 
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1954 015
1954 015
The indirect determination of sulphate ion using ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid. Chean. & Ind. , 1954, 850. (with R. Belcher and D. Gibbons)
 
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1954 016
1954 016
Analytical chemistry: instrumental methods: separation methods. Ann. Repts. Chem. Soc., 1954, 51, 349.
 
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1954 017
Microchemistry applied to chemical analysis. Research t 1954, 60
 
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1954 018
The determination of sulphur in plain carbon steel. Analyst, 1955, 80, 751. (with R. Belcher and D. Gibbons)
 
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1955 019
The effect of ethylenediaminetetraacetate on the Fe3+/Fe2+ and Cu2+/Cu+ redox systems. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1955, 107. (with R. Belcher and D Gibbons)
 
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1955 020
The potentiometric determination of copper by complexometric titrationwith ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1955, 13, 226. (with R. Belcher and D. Gibbons)
 
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1956 021
Analytical chemistry: instrumental methods: separation methods. Ann. Repts. Chem. Soc., 1955, 52, 357.
 
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1956 022
A simple robust ultramicrobalance. Mikrochim. Acta, 1956, 598. (Astbury, Belcher)
 
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1957 023
Analytical chemistry: instrumental methods: separation methods. Ann. Repts. Chem. Soc. , 1956, 53, 358.
 
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1957 024
1957 024
Submicro methods of organic analysis. Part I. The determination of nitrogen. J. Chem. Soc., 1957, 4323. (with R. Belcher and (Willaims & Bhatty)
 
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1957 025
Submicro methods of organic analysis. Part II. The determination of alkoxyl groups. j. Chem. Soc., 1957, 4480. (Belcher & Bhatty)
 
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1957 026
Fast sulphon black F as indicator for the EDTA titration of copper(II). Chem. & Ind. , 1957, 1647. (with R. Belcher and r.a. Close)
 
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1957 027
Some ortho—ortho' —dihydroxyazo dyes for EDTA titrations. Chemist Analyst, 1957, 86. (with R. Belcher and R.A. Close)
 
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1958 029
Further ortho-ortho*-dihydroxyazo dyes for EDTA titrations. Chemist Analyst, 1958, 47, 2. (with R. Belcher and R.A. Close) '
 
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1958 030
The preparation and analytical properties of N,N-di (carboxymethyl) aminomethyl derivatives of some dihydroxyanthraquinones. j. chem Soc. 1958, 2390 (Belcher-Leonard)
 
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1958 031
Submicro methods of organic analysis. Part III. The determination of N-methyl groups and simultaneous determination of alkoxyl and N-jnethyl groups J Chem Soc 1958 2392 (Belcher-Bhatty)
 
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1958 032
Submicro methods of organic analysis. Part IV. The determination of iodine and bromine. j. (3iem. Soc., 1958, 2998. (Belcher, Shah)
 
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1958 033
Submicro methods of organic analysis. Part V. The determination of sulphur. J. Chem. Soc., 1958, 4054» (with R. Belcher, R,l. Bhasin and R.A, Shah)
 
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1958 034
Complexometric tltration of calcium in presence of magnesium. A critical study. Talanta^ 1958, 3^, 238. (Belcher, Close)
 
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1958 035
New reagents in complexometric analysis. Proc. Int. Symp. on Microchemistry,Birmingham (1958). Pergamon Press 1959. 455.
 
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1958 036
New colour reactions of phthalein complexone. Chem. & Ind. , 1958, 128. (with R. Belcher and M.A. Leonard)
 
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1958 037
Succinyl chloride as a hydrolytic reagent for water. Anal. Chim. Acta, 1958, 19, 148. (with R. Belcher and J.H. Thompson)
 
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1958 038
The determination of metals in organic compounds by the closed-flask method.Talanta, 1958, 408. (with R. Belcher and A.M. G. Macdonald)
 
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1958 039
The synthesis of vic-dioximes from symmetrical ketones, J. Chem. Soc.,1958, 2743. (with R. Belcher and W. Hoyle)
 
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1958 040
1958 040
Studies in inorganic qualitative analysis. A test for the detection of tin(IV). Mikrochim. Acta, 1958, 137. (Bailey,Dowson, Harrison)
 
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1958 041
[Book] Analytical applications of disiminoethanetetraacetic acid. (with A.S. Sykes). British Drug Houses. First edition: 1958, pp. 106.
 
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1958 042
The titrimetric determination of carbon dioxide with special reference to the determination of carbon in organic conpounds. Chem Acta, 1958, 309. (with R. Belcher and J.H. Thompson)
 
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1959 043
Submicro methods or organic analysis. Part VI. The determination of carbon. J. Chem. Soc., 1959, 2582. iwith C.W. Ayers and R. Belcher)
 
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1959 044
Submicro methods of organic analysis. Part VII. The determination of nitrogen in heterocyclic conpounds, azo, hydrazo and nitro compounds, and in the presence of other elements. J. Chem. Soc. , 1959, 2585. (with R. Belcher amd R.L. Bhasin)

 
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1959 045
Submicro methods or organic analysis. Part VIII. Factors associated with submicrotitration in glacial acetic acid. J. Chem. Soc. , 1959, 287
 
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1959 046
Submicro methods of organic analysis. Part IX. Titration of organic bases and amine hydrohalides in glacial acetic acid. J. Chem. Soc. , 195
 
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1959 047
Submicro methods of organic analysis, part X. The determination of fluorine. J. Chem. Soc., 1959, 3577. (with R. Belcher and M.A. Leonard)
 
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1959 048
Isomeric complexans. The di and meso forms of 2,3-butanedicunineN,N,N ,N'-tetraacetic acid. Talanta, 1959, 2' (with R. Belcher and W. Hoyle)
 
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1959 049
Polargraphic examination of chelating power of ethylenediamine betraacetic acid and some closely related agents. Talanta, 1959, 2, 158. Hoyle
 

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