Radioanalytical chemistry has proven historically to be a sensitive tool for the elaboration of reaction stoichiometries and equilibrium thermodynamics in solvent extraction. The rapid turn around of analytical results, the ability to use of low concentrations of metal ions, and the small volumes of solutions required for the experiments combine to make these methods well-suited to guiding the development of new reagents.
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