SI Chemical Data
|Format:||Paperback, 232 pages, 6th Revised edition Edition|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 14 November 2007|
A supplementary text for chemistry students aimed especially at first year undergraduate students - SI Chemical Data 6th edition presents the properties of key chemicals used for experiments in easy-to-use tables. The chemicals included in this edition are chosen specifically to cover those studied in university chemistry courses. Students and teachers alike will find this book invaluable for solving tutorial problems and for laboratory work.
Table of Contents
Periodic Table of the Elements Electronic configurations of elements Preface to Sixth Edition Excerpts from Prefaces to Earlier Editions Contributors Acknowledgements References to the Sources of Chemical Data 1. International System of Units (SI) 2. Fundamental Constants (Revised 2006) 3. Common Conversion Factors 4. Properties of the Elements - Names, symbols, physical properties, structures, metallic, covalent and ionic radii, natural isotopes 5. Properties of Inorganic Compounds - Names, formulae, hazards, structures of binary compounds, physical properties, thermochemical data, dipole moments 6. Properties of Organic Compounds - Names, hazards, formulae, physical properties, thermochemical data, acid dissociation constants, dipole moments 6A Properties of Organic Compounds Arranged by Functional Group 6B Properties of Amino Acids (Constituents of Proteins) 7. Some Crystal Forms 8. Shapes of Some Molecules and Ions - Bond angles, diagrams of shapes 9. Bond Lengths - Single and multiple bonds 10. Bond Dissociation Enthalpies at 25C 11. Average Bond Enthalpies at 25C 12. Electronegativities of the Elements (Pauling Scale) 13. Enthalpies of Melting, Vaporisation and Atomisation of the Elements 14. Successive Ionisation Enthalpies of the Elements 15. Periodic Trends in First Ionisation Enthalpies at 25C 16. Electron Affinities at 25C 17. Lattice Enthalpies of Ionic Crystals at 25C 18. Enthalpies of Neutralisation at 25C 19. Solubility Products at 25C 20A. Stability Constants of Complex Ions at 25C 20B. Cumulative Stability Constants at 25C 21. Standard Electrode Potentials and Redox Equilibria in Aqueous Solution at 25C 22. Dissociation Constants of Acids and Hydrated Metal Ions at 25C 23. Common Acid-Base Indicators 24. Ionic Properties of Water - Electrical conductivity, ionic product 25. Molar Conductivities of Aqueous Solutions at 25C 26. Ionic Molar Conductivities at Infinite Dilution at 25C 27. Solubility of Gases in Water 28. Boiling Temperatures Elevation and Freezing Temperature - Depression Constants (Ebullioscopic and Cryoscopic Constants) 29. Critical Constants and Triple Points 30. Vapour Pressure and Density of water and of Mercury at Different Temperatures 31. Densities of Aqueous Solutions at 25C 32. Infrared Absorption Frequencies 33. NMR Chemical Shifts 34. Electronic Configuration of the Elements 35. Greek Alphabet 36. Numerical Prefixes Appendix: Interpreting the Hazard Codes in Tables 5 and 6 to Determine Risks and Safety Precautions Requirements for labelling Summary of the condensed hazard codes, with examples The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) A1 Hazard Classifications A2 Expansion of Hazard Codes for Inorganic Compounds in Table 5 A3 Expansion of Hazard Codes for Organic Compounds in Table 6 A4 Risk Phrases A5 Safety Phrases A6 Health-Related Abbreviations Index Elements Hints on First Aid
|Publisher: ||John Wiley & Sons Ltd|
|Dimensions: ||23.0 x 17.0 x 1.0 centimeters (0.41 kg)|