Nascent hydrogen challenge

Meija, Juris; D'Ulivo, Alessandro
July 2008
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Jul2008, Vol. 391 Issue 5, p1475
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the semi-metal hydride generation mechanism that invoke the formation of nascent hydrogen. According to nascent hydrogen theory, nascent hydrogen is formed during acid decomposition of borohydride, and it is responsible for the derivation of the element to the hydride, which can be validated by the use of deuterium-labeled reagents. A brief history of arsenic used as poison and its discovery through tests are provided.


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