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The Aqueous Chemistry of the Elements

By: George Keene Schweitzer and Lester L Pesterfield
336 pages, 176 b/w line illus
The Aqueous Chemistry of the Elements
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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 sets the context for its chemistry.

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1. E-pH Diagrams; 2. The Construction of E-pH Diagrams; 3. Reactions and Applications; 4. Precipitation and Complexation; 5. The Lithium Group; 6. The Beryllium Group; 7. The Boron Group; 8. The Carbon Group; 9. The Nitrogen Group; 10. The Oxygen Group; 11. The Fluorine Group; 12. The Scandium Group; 13. The Ti Group and the 5B, 6B, 7B and 8B Heavy Elements; 14. The V-Cr-Mn Group; 15. The Fe-Co-Ni Group; 16. The Cu Group; 17. The Zinc Group; 18. The Actinoid Metals

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By: George Keene Schweitzer and Lester L Pesterfield
336 pages, 176 b/w line illus
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