Ammonia, Amines, Phosphine, Arsine, Stibine, Silane, Germane by C. L. Young, P. G. T. Fogg

By C. L. Young, P. G. T. Fogg

This quantity offers a entire assortment and significant overview of solubility info released sooner than June 1983 for the compounds of the identify. various concepts have been utilized in the unique determinations; the benefits of those were thought of within the overview of the information. rising styles of solubility behaviour for related structures are indicated. The editors think that the booklet will either draw recognition to components the place solid info are missing and stimulate additional experimental paintings.

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Kerosine 1980, VARIABLES: Pape, D. J. Chem. 54, 2001-2009. 'RKPARP:D BY: P. G. T. 013 χ 10^ Pa. 75 AUXILIARY METHOD APPARATUS/PROCEDURE: INFORMATION SOURCK AND P U R U T OK MATH R I A L S ; The authors claimed to have made No details given. measurements in the pressure range from 1 atm to 10 atm but no further experimental results or details were given. hSTlMATKD KRROR: RKFKRKNCtS: A m m o n i a Solubilities ORIGINAL MEASUREMENTS: COMPONENTS: 1. ; [7664-41-7] Pol. 2. Diesel fuel 1980, VARIABLES: J.

INFORMATION SOURCE AND PURIIT OF MATERIALS: 1. Obtained from a commercial cylinder. 2. "Pure" grade. 5 (estimated by the a u t h o r s ) . RKFERENCFS: 22 A m m o n i a Solubilities COMPONENTS: ORIGINAL 1. Ammonia; NH3; 2. ; Furmer, I. ; Sadilenlco, A . ; Stepanova, Z. ; Berengarten, M. G. [7664-41-7] [110-82-7] Zh, Prikt, 1300. VARIABLES: PREPARED Khim. 1978, 51, 1296- BY: C. L. 325 kPa. AUXILIARY METHOD INFORMATION AI'PARATUS/PROCEDURE: SOURCE The authors stated that they used a (ref. 1 ) . PURITY OF MATERIALS; Purity better than 99 mole per static method previously described by Bodor et al, AND cent as determined by gas However, chromatography.

Passed through silica gel, stored over sodium. 1,4-Dioxane. Matheson, Coleman & Bell. Spectroscopic reagent. Passed over alumina, refuxed over Na under N 2 , distilled. Gas was added to the gas and mixing bulb, and its pressure measured. The ESTIMATED ERROR: gas was condensed. 10 solvent was transferred to the bulb. The bulb contents were brought back to the temperature of the measurement and shaken vigorously to establish REFERENCES: equilibrium. The pressure was measured and the Ostwald coefficient calculated from the decrease in pressure suitably corrected for the solvent vapor pressure.

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