The azoderivatives of pyrocatechin as analytical reagent have been studing in different research works    . For many passed years, a lot of works devoted to studying of nitropyrocatechin as analytical reagent for spectrophotometric determination of Al, Ga, Ge  . W  , Mo  , Zr  have been published. More recently, polyfunctional nitropyrocatechin with surface active compound are used widely and effectively in the analytical chemistry for spectrophotometric determination of metals    .
Under the influence of surface-active compound (SAC), in metal-dryed organic reagent-SAC systems the great bathochromic shift and hyperchromic effect were observed within spectra of adsorption band of complexes  .
The effect of SAC with nitropyrocatechin systems requires later studies and explanations. One of the disadvantages of these reagents is that the formed complexes are sparingly soluble. This drawback can be eliminated by using of modifying additives, especially SAC, which can also improve the chemical and analytical characteristics of these reagents.
In the presented work the reactions of Ga(III) with stillbazo (stillbene-4,4'-bis[(1-azo)3,4-dihydroxybenzene]-2,2'-disulfonic acid) in the presence of cationic surface active compound (CSAC)—cetyl pyridinium chloride.
2. Experimental Part
2.1. Apparatus and Reagents
1 × 10−3 М solution of Ga(III) prepared due to  technique, (a titer of solution has been found due to  method), 5∙10−3 М aqueous solution of stillbazo, 1 × 10−3 М aqueous solution of cetyl pyridinium chloride were taken as initial reagents. 1 M of HCl, 1 n of NaOH, ammonium acetate buffer solution (рН 3.0 - 7.0) prepared with 2 M of CH3COOH and NH3 were used for setting acetic medium; buffer solution with рН 1.0 - 2.0 was prepared from fixanal solution of HCl. pH value was controlled by pH-meter of BENCHTOP METERS, the spectra were taken by UV-1800 and КFК-2.
2.2. Experiment Procedure
Suitable amount of solutions of stillbazo (stillbene-4,4'-bis[(1-azo)3,4-dihydroxybenzene]-2,2'-disulfonic acid) (0.8 ml) and cetyl pyridinium chloride (1 ml) have been added to the definite amount of solution of gallium(III) (1 ml) in flask of volume 25 ml. The optimal condition is achieved by using of buffer solution. Then the mixture has been diluted to the mark and shaked for 30 seconds. After all preparations colored solution has been transferred to the kuvette of 1 sm and absorbance has been measured relative to the water. The analogical experiment has been carried out without gallium(III) and absorbance of reagent has been measured also relative to the water.
3. Results and Their Discussion
3.1. Condition of Complexing and Spectral Characteristics
The effect of pH, concentration of stillbazo and CPC on the formation of complex compound of Ga(III) has been investigated.
When the reagents are mixed, the reddish-violet mixed ligand is formed. Complex formation taken place in pH 1 - 6.
The optimal pH for formation of mixed ligand complex is рН-2.1, for unmixed ligand complex is pH-5.6.
1.6 × 10−4 М concentration of reagent is required to completely connect Ga(III) ions in coordination compound. The nature of spectra remains stable with changing of pH of solution. The adsorption spectra of the reagent and its complex with Ga(III) were taken within various values of pH and within wide interval of the wave length.
It has been determined that the maximal adsorption of the reagent was observed at λ = 340 nм, of the unmixed complex of Ga(III)-stillbazo at λ = 400 nм, of the mixed ligand complex of Ga(III)-stillbazo-CPC at λ = 515 nм (Figure 1).
As seen from Figure 1, the existence of just one adsorption maximum in both cases demonstrates formation of the same complex. As it shows that there are not some adsorption maximum in the spectre, contrariwise there is only one adsorption maximum in both cases, respectively to homo and heteroligand complexes.
With increasing of concentration of stillbazo, the natures of the spectra do not change.
When include CPC in solution of unmixed ligand complex, the intensivity of lightadsorption increases, the complex formation shifts to more acidic zone, the contrast of reaction increases when micelle formation concentration (MFC) is (4 × 10−5 М)  .
Figure 1. The adsorption spectra of the investigating compounds. 1) Ga(III)-stillbazo; 2) Ga(III)-stillbazo-CPC. СGa(III) = 4 × 10−5 М, СR = 1.6 × 10−4 М, СCP = 4 × 10−5 М, UV, 1800, l = 1 сm.
In adsorption spectra, a great hyperchromic effect and bathochromic shift to 115 nm were observed.
3.2. Composition of the Complex
Slightly soluble coordination compound is formed. Stability of complex remain for one day. The color of the complex is stable till 100˚C. With increasing of the temperature, the reddish-violet color of solution changes into yellow-orange color (the color of reagent).
SAC stabilizes the solution performing the functions of the protective colloids in which gelatin is commonly used  .
The above-mentioned idea can be confirmed by the fact that, when the complex formation is actualized in aqueous-organic medium, the effect of increasing in the number of attached ligand is observed  . The dehydration process of metallic has been also observed in aqueous-organic medium, because of replacing water molecule of solvation shell with the molecules of corresponding solvent that prompt easier to displace their ligands.
The molar ratio of the components Ga(III)-stilbazo-CPC = 1:2:4 has been determined by various spectrophotometric methods  intersecting the curves of isomolar series.
The stability constant of the mixed ligand coordination compound β = 6.8∙109 was gained by the method of intersecting the curves. The stability constant of unmixed ligand complex is β = 3.57. the calculations indicated that the stability constant of the complex compound has increased extremely in presence of CPC.
3.3. Determination of Gallium in Alunite
The photometric method of the determination of Ga(III) in mixed ligand complex developed by us can be successfully applied to determine its microquantities in complex objects in the medium of accompanying elements.
Technique: In the first version, thoroughly diminished simple of 3 g of alunite was mixed with 6 times amount of anhydrous Na2CO3 and melted in a platinum crucible. The alloy was lixiviated with solution of hydrochloric acid (1:1). Solution was evaporated in a porcelain evaporating dish in the water bath until its drying, treated 2 - 3 times with concentrated solution of the hydrochloric acid and liberated from silicic acid, transferred to a volumetric flask of 200 mL volume, the volume was set to the mark with distilled water. We got 6n medium hydrochloric acid.
In the second version, 0.2 mg of gallium was added into the alunite sample, elted as in first version. The results of investigation were indicated in Table 1.
Тable 1. Determination of gallium in alunite (P = 5, ρ = 0.95) Found gallium, %10−3.
The molar coefficient of the mixed coordination compound is εc = 66834, of unmixed ligand complex is 4.86 × 104  .
The calibrated graph is linear within 0.08 - 10.0 µg concentration range of Ga(III) in 25 mL solution.
The study if the effect of extraneous ions on determination of Ga(III) as unmixed and mixed ligand complexes indicated that the selectivity of the reaction extremely increases in the presence of CPC. Under shown condition Fe(III), Sb(III), F− obstruct the determination of gallium.
The interaction between stillbazo and cetyl pyridinium chloride has been investigated. The optimal conditions of complex formation were found. The complex formation of Ga(III) with stillbazo was studied in the presence and absence of CPC. In the presence of CPC, the light adsorption of solution of gallium-stillbazo increases. The adsorption band of spectra exhibits a wide bathochromic shift and hyperchromic effect. The optimal density of solution of mixed ligand complex is maximum at the critical micelle concentration of CPC.