The Aqueous Chemistry of the Elements by George K. Schweitzer

The Aqueous Chemistry of the Elements

byGeorge K. Schweitzer, Lester L. Pesterfield

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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 tounderstanding. The contents are especially pertinent to agriculture, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, biology, biomedical science and engineering, chemical engineering, geochemistry, inorganic chemistry, environmental science and engineering, food science, materials science, mining engineering,metallurgy, nuclear science and engineering, nutrition, plant science, safety, and toxicology.

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George K. Schweitzer is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Tennessee. He has taught and done research in inorganic and analytical chemistry for over 60 years. In addition to a PhD in Chemistry, he also holds a PhD in History. Lester L. Pesterfield is Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Western Kentucky University. His rese...
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Title:The Aqueous Chemistry of the ElementsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:448 pages, 6.42 × 9.41 × 1.42 inPublished:January 28, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019539335X

ISBN - 13:9780195393354

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Table of Contents

1. E-pH Diagrams2. The Construction of E-pH Diagrams3. Reactions and Applications4. Precipitation and Complexation5. The Lithium Group6. The Beryllium Group7. The Boron Group8. The Carbon Group9. The Nitrogen Group10. The Oxygen Group11. The Fluorine Group12. The Scandium Group13. The Ti Group and the 5B, 6B, 7B and 8B Heavy Elements14. The V-Cr-Mn Group15. The Fe-Co-Ni Group16. The Cu Group17. The Zinc Group18. The Actinoid Metals