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Lange's handbook of chemistry

Provides a compilation of facts, data, tabular material, and experimental findings that span every area of chemistry. Included in this edition are listings of the properties of more than 4,000 organic and 1,400 inorganic compounds. --From publisher description
Print Book, English, 2017
Seventeenth edition View all formats and editions
McGraw-Hill Education, New York, 2017
xiv, 1293 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
9781259586095, 125958609X
Section 1. Inorganic chemistry. Nomenclature of inorganic chemistry
Physical properties of inorganic compounds
The elements
Ionization energy
Electron affinity
Bond lengths and strengths
Dipole moments
Molecular geometry
Vapor pressure
Viscosity and surface tension
Thermal conductivity
Critical properties
Thermodynamic functions (change of state)
Activity coefficients
Buffer solutions
Solubility and equilibrium constant
Proton-transfer reactions
Formation constants
Electrode potentials
Thermal properties. Section 2. Organic chemistry. Nomenclature of organic compounds
Physical properties of organic compounds
Viscosity and surface tension
Refraction and refractive index
Vapor pressure and boiling points
Flammability properties
Azeotropic mixtures
Freezing mixtures
Bond lengths and strengths
Dipole moments and dielectric constants
Ionization energy
Thermal conductivity
Enthalpies and Gibbs energies of formation, entropies, and heat capacities (change of state)
Critical properties
Equilibrium constants
Electrode potentials
Electrical conductivity
Linear free energy relationships
Polychlorobiphenyls. Section 3. Naturally occurring chemicals and chemical sources. Coal
Crude oil and heavy oil
Natural gas and natural gas hydrates
Tar sands and tar sands bitumen
Oil shale