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Constants of Inorganic Substances

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Constants of Inorganic Substances

R. A. Lidin
M.V. Lomonosov Academy of Fine Chemical Technology, Moscow, Russia

L. L. Andreeva

V. A. Molochko


This handbook includes data on more than 4000 substances, ions, and radicals chosen with due regard for their industrial and scientific importance. The handbook consists of six sections arranged in the conventional tabulated form. The first section gives the formulas and the names of substances, their relative molecular masses, and important physical properties such as phase-transition temperature, aggregate state, and density along with the data on substance reactivity (chemical properties) with respect to most commonly used solutions and regents (water, ethanol, hydrochloric, sulfuric, and nitric acids, sodium hydroxide, and ammonia hydrate). The entries that describe naturally occurring substances (minerals) also include their mineralogical names, symmetry, and hardness. There are also data on relative atomic masses of elements, properties of natural and radioactive isotopes, electronic configurations of atoms, energies of ionization, and affinities to electrons for atoms and molecules, binding energies and bond lengths, structure (geometric form) of constituent molecules and ions of various substances, including coordination compounds. The handbook also lists thermodynamic constants of the substances in all their aggregate states (gas, liquid, solid state, aqueous solution), redox potentials, acidity and basicity constants, stability constants of complexes in aqueous solution and solubility in water.

444 pages, © 1995

Table of contents:

Names and Symbols
Abbreviations and Notations
1 Inorganic Substances. Physical Properties and Reactivity
Formula Index
Index of Minerals
Index of Trivial Names
2 Atomic Properties
2.1 Relative Atomic Masses
2.2 Properties of Natural Isotopes
2.3 Properties of Radioactive Isotopes
2.4 Electronic Configurations of Atoms
2.5 Ionization Energy, Electron and Proton Affinity, and Electronegativity
3 Molecular Properties
3.1 Ionization Energy
3.2 Electron Affinity
3.3 Proton Affinity
3.4 Dipole Moments
3.5 Atomization Energy and Bond Length for Diatomic Molecules and Ions
3.6 Dissociation Energy of Polyatomic Molecules
3.7 Hybridization Type and Geometric Form for Polyatomic Molecules and Ions with One Central Atom of an sp-Element
3.8 Bond Length and Valence Angles for Polyatomic Molecules and Ions with One Central Atom of an sp-Element
3.9 Magnetic Moments of Atoms of d-Elements
3.10 Distortion of Bond Length in the Octahedral and Tetrahedral Field of Ligands
3.11 Valent State, Hybridization Type, Magnetic Moment and Bond Length for Polyatomic Molecules and Ions with One Central Atom of the df-Element
3.12 Geometric Forms, Bond Length and Valence Angles for Polyatomic Molecules and Ions with Two or More Central Atoms
4 Thermodynamic Properties
4.1 Enthalpy of Formation, Entropy, and Gibbs Energy of Formation at 298.15 K
4.2 Enthalpy and Entropy of Phase Transitions
4.3 Electrode Potentials in Aqueous Solution at 298.15 K
4.4 Acidity Constants in Aqueous Solutions at 298.15 K Formula Index of Bases
4.5 Stability Constants of Complexes in Aqueous Solution at 298.15 K
4.6 Solubility Products in Aqueous Solution at 298.15 K
5 Solubility
5.1 Composition and Preparation of Aqueous Solutions
5.2 Solubility of Solid Substances in Water
5.3 Solubility of Gaseous and Liquid Substances in Water
5.4 Density of Water at Different Temperatures
5.5 Density of Aqueous Solutions
6 Nomenclature
6.1 Chemical Elements
6.2 Elementary Substances and Compounds
6.3 Coordination Compounds
6.4 Adducts (Addition Products)
6.5 Berthollides (Non-Stoichiometric Compounds)
6.6 Trivial Names
6.7 Mineralogical Names
6.8 Obsolete Formulas and Names
6.9 The Names of Inorganic Substances in French, German, and Russian