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Chapter 3 Table of Contents

Chemistry

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  1. The elements
  2. Properties of inorganic compounds
  3. Properties of organic compounds
  4. Vapour pressures
  5. Critical constants and second virial coefficients of gases
  6. Properties of solutions
  7. Properties of chemical bonds
  8. Molecular spectroscopy
  9. Electrochemistry
  10. Chemical thermodynamics
  11. Miscellaneous data
       
3.1  

The elements | page top |

3.1.1  

The periodic table of the elements with atomic numbers

3.1.2  

Properties of the elements

3.1.3  

Abundances of the elements

3.1.4  

Composition of the Earth’s atmosphere

     
3.2  

Properties of inorganic compounds | page top |

     
3.3  

Properties of organic compounds | page top |

     
3.4  

Vapour pressures | page top |

3.4.1  

Vapour pressure of ice at temperatures between -100 and 0 °C

3.4.2  

Vapour pressure of water at temperatures between 0 and 360 °C

3.4.3  

Vapour pressures of some liquids of low volatility

3.4.4  

Vapour pressures from 0.2 to 101.325 kPa

3.4.5  

Vapour pressures from 0.2 to 6 MPa

     
3.5  

Critical constants and second virial coefficients of gases | page top |

     
3.6  

Properties of solutions | page top |

3.6.1  

Solubilities of gases in water

3.6.2  

Solubilities of solids in water

3.6.3  

Densities r of aqueous solutions

     
3.7  

Properties of chemical bonds | page top |

3.7.1  

Dipole moments and dipole lengths

3.7.2  

Bond lengths and dissociation enthalpies of diatomic molecules

3.7.3  

Bond length and angles in polyatomic molecules

3.7.4  

Bond-dissociation enthalpies in polyatomic molecules

3.7.5  

Atomic radii

3.7.6  

Ionic radii

3.7.7  

Crystal structures

3.7.8  

Atomic spectroscopy

     
3.8  

Molecular spectroscopy | page top |

3.8.1  

Nuclear moments and magnetic resonance

3.8.2  

Nmr chemical shifts in diamagnetic molecules

3.8.3  

Nuclear spin relaxation time

3.8.4  

The Mössbauer effect

3.8.5  

Infrared and Raman spectrophotometry

3.8.6  

Mass spectrometry

3.8.7  

UV-visible spectroscopy

     
3.9  

Electrochemistry | page top |

3.9.1  

Standard solutions for calibrating conductivity vessels

3.9.2  

Conductivities

3.9.3  

Standard potentials at 25 °C

3.9.4  

Ionization constant (molal ionic product), Kw, of water at 0-60 °C

3.9.5  

pH values

3.9.6  

Activity coefficients

3.9.7  

Acidity constants

3.9.8  

Solubility products in aqueous solutions

3.9.9  

Stability constants in aqueous solutions

     
3.10  

Chemical thermodynamics | page top |

3.10.1  

Standard molar heat capacities and properties of melting and evaporation of the elements

3.10.2  

Standard molar heat capacities of some inorganic solids

3.10.3  

Standard molar heat capacities of some gases

3.10.4  

Cryoscopic and ebullioscopic constants and enthalpies of fusion and of evaporation of some common solvents

3.10.5  

Standard thermodynamic functions for pure inorganic substances, for aqueous ions and for pure organic substances

     
3.11  

Miscellaneous data | page top |

3.11.1  

Properties of polymers

3.11.2  

Some characteristics of common glasses

3.11.3  

Cooling agents

3.11.4  

Calorific values of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels

3.11.5  

Flammability of gases and vapours

     


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