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The chemistry of oxygen

Author: E A V Ebsworth; J A Connor; J J Turner
Publisher: Oxford, Eng. : Pergamon, 1973.
Series: Pergamon texts in inorganic chemistry, volume 16.
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The Chemistry of Oxygen provides a comprehensive coverage of the structure, properties, behavior, and chemical reaction of oxygen. The title first details the general information on oxygen, such as the history, occurrence, and various properties. Next, the selection deals with oxygen atoms and ions. Chapter 3 talks about oxide as a class, while Chapter 4 covers the physical and chemical properties of water. The text  Read more...
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Ebsworth, E.A.V.
Chemistry of oxygen
(OCoLC)220298786
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: E A V Ebsworth; J A Connor; J J Turner
ISBN: 9781483187594 1483187594
OCLC Number: 881849232
Notes: Reprinted, with corrections, from Comprehensive inorganic chemistry, chapter 22.
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 685-794, x pages).
Contents: Front Cover; The Chemistry of Oxygen; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; PREFACE; 22. OXYGEN; CHAPTER 1. OXYGEN; 1.1. DISCOVERY OF OXYGEN; 1.2. GENERAL; 1.3. ISOTOPES OF OXYGEN; 1.4. OCCURRENCE AND EXTRACTION; 1.5. STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES; 1.6. SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES; 1.7. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES; 1.8. REACTIONS OF 02; 1.9. REMOVAL OF 02; 1.10. ANALYSIS; 1.11. TOXIC EFFECTS OF AN EXCESS OF 0 2; 1.12. PRODUCTION AND USES OF 02; CHAPTER 2. OXYGEN ATOMS AND IONS; 2.1. ATOMIC OXYGEN; 2.2. ION-MOLECULE REACTIONS; CHAPTER 3. OXIDES AS A CLASS; 3.1. INTRODUCTION 3.2. acid-base character of simple oxides3.3. oxides as a class: structures; 3.4. allotropy of oxides; 3.5. thermodynamic considerations; 3.6. geometrical effects; chapter 4. water; 4.1. physical properties; 4.2. chemical properties; chapter 5. oxygen fluorides; 5.1. introduction; 5.2. oxygen difluoride, of2; 5.3. oxygen monofluoride, of; 5.4. dioxygen difluoride, o2f2; 5.5. dioxygen monofluoride, o2f; 5.6. energetics and nuclear magnetic resonance; 5.7. tetraoxygen difluoride, o4f2, and the equilibrium 04f202f; 5.8. trioxygen difluoride, o3f2 5.9. pentaoxygen difluoride, o5f2, and hexaoxygen difluoride, o6f25.10. other oxygen fluoride possibilities; 5.11. compounds of cf3, fluorine and oxygen; chapter 6. hydrogen peroxide229; 6.1. history; 6.2. synthesis; 6.3. molecular structure and spectra; 6.4. other physical properties; 6.5. chemical properties; 6.6. analytical chemistry; 6.7. uses of hydrogen peroxide; chapter 7. peroxides and related compounds; 7.1. dioxygenyl salts; 7.2. ionic superoxides257; 7.3. ionic peroxides257; 7.4. non-stoichiometric peroxides259; 7.5. peroxides containing directed bonds; 7.6. oxygen carriers280 7.7. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BOND LENGTH AND BOND ORDER IN PEROXIDES AND RELATED COMPOUNDS CHAPTER 8. OZONE AND RELATED SPECIES; 8.1. OZONE; 8.2. OZONIDES; CHAPTER 9. OTHER SPECIES CONTAINING O3 AND O4 GROUPS; 9.1. O4; 9.2. CHARGED O4 SPECIES; 9.3. HYDROGEN SUPEROXIDES359; 9.4. OTHER TRIOXIDES AND TETROXIDES; Contents of Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry; INDEPENDENT OPINION; INDEX
Series Title: Pergamon texts in inorganic chemistry, volume 16.
Other Titles: Comprehensive inorganic chemistry
Responsibility: E.A.V. Ebsworth, J.A. Connor and J.J. Turner.

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The Chemistry of Oxygen provides a comprehensive coverage of the structure, properties, behavior, and chemical reaction of oxygen. The title first details the general information on oxygen, such as the history, occurrence, and various properties. Next, the selection deals with oxygen atoms and ions. Chapter 3 talks about oxide as a class, while Chapter 4 covers the physical and chemical properties of water. The text also details various compounds that have oxygen, such as oxygen fluorides and hydrogen peroxide. The ninth chapter covers the ozone and its related species, and the last chapter di.

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