Thermodynamic Values at Low Temperature for Natural Inorganic Materials: An Uncritical Summary by Terri L. WoodsThermodynamic Values at Low Temperature for Natural Inorganic Materials: An Uncritical Summary by Terri L. Woods

Thermodynamic Values at Low Temperature for Natural Inorganic Materials: An Uncritical Summary

byTerri L. Woods, Robert M. Garrels

Paperback | April 30, 1999

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This book presents an uncritical summary of thermodynamic data for common minerals and compounds at ambient surface conditions, with complete references for the data. Values of the enthalpy of formation, Gibbs energy of formation, and entropy for common elements, aqueous species, gases,liquids, minerals (many of which are usually not found in critical tables) and related substances are brought together. Because the summary is uncritical, all available values for the various species are included, allowing readers to make a choice among the data compiled by various groups. The tableis an important reference for geochemists, geologists, and chemists.
Robert M. Garrels is at both at the University of Southern California.
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Title:Thermodynamic Values at Low Temperature for Natural Inorganic Materials: An Uncritical SummaryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:284 pagesPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195048881

ISBN - 13:9780195048889

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Table of Contents

IntroductionSources of DataStandard StatesArrangement of Substances in the TablePhysical StateAbbreviationsAtomic Weights for 1983Table of Thermodynamic DataAluminumAntimonyArsenicBariumBerylliumBismuthBoronBromineCadmiumCalciumCarbonCeriumCesiumChlorineChromiumCobaltCopperFluorineGermaniumGoldHydrogenIodineIronLanthanumLeadLithiumMagnesiumManganeseMercuryMolybdenumNickelNiobiumNitrogenOxygenPalladiumPhosphorusPlatinumPotassiumRadiumRubidiumScandiumSeleniumSiliconSilverSodiumStrontiumSulfurTantalumTelluriumThoriumTinTitaniumTungstenUraniumVanadiumYtterbiumTttriumZincZirconiumReferencesAlphabetical orderNumerical by source number

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"This reference presents literature values for thermodynamic data, including enthalpy of formation, Gibbs energy of formation, and entropy for over 1,000 inorganic species. . . .It is especially useful in cases where values for minerals are needed because it lists values for many mineralswhich are not found in critical tables." --Science and Technology Annual Reference Review