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The aqueous chemistry of the elements

Author: George Keene Schweitzer; Lester L Pesterfield
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.
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Most fields of science, applied science, engineering, and technology deal with solutions in water. This volume is a comprehensive treatment of the aqueous solution chemistry of all the elements. The information on each element is centered around an E-pH diagram which is a novel aid to understanding. The contents are especially pertinent to agriculture, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, biology, biomedical science  Read more...
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Schweitzer, George Keene, 1924-
Aqueous chemistry of the elements.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010
(DLC) 2009010326
(OCoLC)316327175
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George Keene Schweitzer; Lester L Pesterfield
ISBN: 9780199742196 0199742197 9780195393354 019539335X 9786612388118 6612388110
OCLC Number: 593209661
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 434 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1 E-pH Diagrams --
1. Introduction --
2. The Na E-pH Diagram --
3. The Al E-pH Diagram --
4. The Fe E-pH Diagram --
5. The V E-pH Diagram --
6. The HOH E-pH Diagram --
2 The Construction of E-pH Diagrams --
1. Introduction --
2. Constructing the Ga E-pH Diagram --
3. Constructing the Ga E-pH Diagram with Concentration Variations --
4. Constructing the Mn E-pH Diagram --
5. E-pH Computer Programs --
6. Species Selection and Treatment --
3 Reactions and Applications --
1. Introduction --
2. Reactions with HOH --
3. The Mn-Fe-HOH System (Excess Mn Species) --
4. The Mn-Fe-HOH System (Excess Fe Species) --
5. Combining Redox Reactions --
6. The HOH E-pH Diagram Revisited --
7. General Conclusions --
4 Precipitation and Complexation --
1. Introduction --
2. Precipitation and E-pH Diagrams --
3. Addition of Cl[sup( --
)] to the Ag E-pH System --
4. Addition of S[sup( -2)] to the Zn E-pH System --
5. Review of Complexation and Complex Species --
6. Complexation and E-pH Diagrams --
7. Addition of Cl[sup( --
)] to the Pd E-pH System to Form PdCl[sub(4)][sup( -2)] --
8. Multiple Complexes and E-pH Diagrams --
5 The Lithium Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Lithium (Li) 2s[sup(1)] --
3. Sodium (Na) 3s[sup(1)] --
4. Potassium (K) 4s[sup(1)] --
5. Rubidium (Rb) 5s[sup(1)] --
6. Cesium (Cs) 6s[sup(1)] --
7. Francium (Fr) 7s[sup(1)] --
8. The Ammonium Ion (NH[sub(4)][sup(+)] --
6 The Beryllium Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Beryllium (Be) 2s[sup(2)] --
3. Magnesium (Mg) 3s[sup(2)] --
4. Calcium (Ca) 4s[sup(2)] --
5. Strontium (Sr) 5s[sup(2)] --
6. Barium (Ba) 6s[sup(2)] --
7. Radium (Ra) 7s[sup(2)] --
7 The Boron Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Boron (B) 2s[sup(2)]2p[sup(1)] --
3. Aluminum (Al) 3s[sup(2)]3p[sup(1)] --
4. Gallium (Ga) 4s[sup(2)]4p[sup(1)] --
5. Indium (In) 5s[sup(2)]5p[sup(1)] --
6. Thallium (Tl) 6s[sup(2)]6p[sup(1)] --
8 The Carbon Group. 1. Introduction --
2. Carbon (C) 2s[sup(2)]2p[sup(2)] --
3. Silicon (Si) 3s[sup(2)]3p[sup(2)] --
4. Germanium (Ge) 4s[sup(2)]4p[sup(2)] --
5. Tin (Sn) 5s[sup(2)]5p[sup(2)] --
6. Lead (Pb) 6s[sup(2)]6p[sup(2)] --
9 The Nitrogen Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Nitrogen (N) 2s[sup(2)]2p[sup(3)] --
3. Phosphorus (P) 3s[sup(2)]3p[sup(3)] --
4. Arsenic (As) 4s[sup(2)4p[sup(3)] --
5. Antimony (Sb) 5s[sup(2)]5p[sup(3)] --
6. Bismuth (Bi) 6s[sup(2)]6p[sup(3)] --
10 The Oxygen Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Oxygen (O) 2s[sup(2)]2p[sup(4)] --
3. Sulfur (S) 3s[sup(2)]3p[sup(4)] --
4. Selenium (Se) 4s[sup(2)]4p[sup(4)] --
5. Tellurium (Te) 5s[sup(2)]5p[sup(4)] --
6. Polonium (Po) 6s[sup(2)]6p[sup(4)] --
11 The Fluorine Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Fluorine (F) 2s[sup(2)]2p[sup(5)] --
3. Chlorine (Cl) 3s[sup(2)]3p[sup(5)] --
4. Bromine (Br) 4s[sup(2)]4p[sup(5)] --
5. Iodine (I) 5s[sup(2)]5p[sup(5)] --
6. Astatine (At) 6s[sup(2)]6p[sup(5)] --
12 The Scandium Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Occurrences --
3. Discoveries --
4. Scandium (Sc) 4s[sup(2)]3d[sup(1)] --
5. The Lanthanoids (La-Lu) 6s[sup(2)]5d[sup(0-1)]4f[sup(n)], Including Y, 5s[sup(2)]4d[sup(1)] (All Referred to as Ln) --
6. Actinium (Ac) 6s[sup(2)]5d[sup(1)] --
13 The Ti Group and the 5B, 6B, 7B and 8B Heavy Elements --
1. General Introduction --
2. Introduction to the Insoluble-oxide Elements: Ti, Zr, Hf, Nb, Ta --
3. Titanium (Ti) 4s[sup(2)]3d[sup(2)] --
4. Zirconium (Zr) 5s[sup(2)]4d[sup(2)] and Hafnium (Hf) 6s[sup(2)]5d[sup(2)] --
5. Niobium (Nb) 5s[sup(2)]4d[sup(3)] --
6. Tantalum (Ta) 6s[sup(2)]5d[sup(3)] --
7. Introduction to the High Oxidation State Oxyanion Elements: Mo, W, Tc, Re --
8. Molybdenum (Mo) 5s[sup(1)]4d[sup(5)] --
9. Tungsten (W) 6s[sup(1)]5d[sup(5)] --
10. Rhenium (Re) 6s[sup(2)]5d[sup(5)] --
11. Technetium (Tc) 5s[sup(2)]4d[sup(5)]. 12. Introduction to the Noble Metal Elements: Ru, Rh, Pd, Os, Ir, Pt --
13. Ruthenium (Ru) 5s[sup(1)]4d[sup(7)] --
14. Osmium (Os) 6s[sup(2)]5d[sup(6)] --
15. Rhodium (Rh) 5s[sup(1)]4d[sup(8)] --
16. Iridium (Ir) 6s[sup(2)]5d[sup(7)] --
17. Palladium (Pd) 5s[sup(0)]4d[sup(10)] --
18. Platinum (Pt) 6s[sup(1)]5d[sup(9)] --
14 The V-Cr-Mn Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Vanadium (V) 4s[sup(2)]3d[sup(3)] --
3. Chromium (Cr) 4s[sup(1)]3d[sup(5)] --
4. Manganese (Mn) 4s[sup(2)]3d[sup(5)] --
15 The Fe-Co-Ni Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Iron (Fe) 4s[sup(2)]3d[sup(6)] --
3. Cobalt (Co) 4s[sup(2)]3d[sup(7)] --
4. Nickel (Ni) 4s[sup(2)]3d[sup(8)] --
16 The Cu Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Copper (Cu) 4s[sup(1)]3d[sup(10)] --
3. Silver (Ag) 5s[sup(1)]4d[sup(10)] --
4. Gold (Au) 6s[sup(1)]5d[sup(10)] --
17 The Zn Group --
1. Introduction --
2. Zinc (Zn) 4s[sup(2)]3d[sup(10)] --
3. Cadmium (Cd) 5s[sup(2)]4d[sup(10)] --
4. Mercury (Hg) 6s[sup(2)]5d[sup(10)] --
18 The Actinoid Metals --
1. Introduction --
2. Availabilities of the Elements --
3. Discoveries and Extractions --
4. Elements and Compounds --
5. E-pH Diagrams --
6. Complexes --
7. Trans-lawrencium Elements --
References --
Index --
A --
B --
C --
D --
E --
F --
G --
H --
I --
L --
M --
N --
O --
P --
R --
S --
T --
U --
V --
W --
Y --
Z.
Responsibility: George K. Schweitzer, Lester L. Pesterfield.

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This volume is a comprehensive treatment of the aqueous solution chemistry of all the elements. An E-pH diagram for each element sets the context for the chemistry of that element.  Read more...

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