By Y. Marcus, E. Yanir, A. S. Kertes
Equilibrium Constants of Liquid-Liquid Distribution Reactions, half III: Compound Forming Extractants, Solvating Solvents, and Inert Solvents specializes in the compilation of equilibrium constants of varied compounds, reminiscent of acids, ions, salts, and aqueous suggestions.
The manuscript offers tables that exhibit the distribution reactions of carboxylic and sulfonic acid extractants and their dimerization and different reactions within the natural part and extraction reactions of steel ions from aqueous suggestions. The publication additionally states that the inorganic anions in those suggestions are inappropriate, considering the fact that they don't participate in the extraction response.
The book examines tables that illustrate the distribution of inorganic acids, salts, and complexes among aqueous ideas and solvents that experience oxygen donor atoms. Tables that express the distribution of inorganic acids, salts, and complexes among aqueous options and inert solvents that don't have donor atoms and infrequently applied as inert diluents also are offered.
The manuscript is an important reference for readers and researchers attracted to the equilibrium constants of compounds.
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S o c , 2564 (1954). 20 57S in CC1. 02 25 4 REF. 6 54M = MA 0 . 2n+l Z ORG. 1 + C^H rN0 o 25% + CC1. AQ. 02 CONDITIONS, 25 TEMP. D. , Anal. Chim. Acta, 9, 86 (1953). 2 LOG 53S H g ++ M + + A" + M + + A" + mA 2 = W +~K~~ 2m+l N Cs+ 1 O r,A" R E A C T Ligand: M METAL ION, 44 = ^2° IC1,A Ligand: G e +4 I',A" 1 MA, = MAT 4 4 Ligand: MA. = MAT 4 4 G e +4 A 2 + S = A 2'S Br ,A~ Ligand: A + S = AlT MA 3 + S = MA 3-S MA. 0 in CC1 4 chlorobenzene HA in chlorobenzene HA in chlorobenzene ORG. 63H 66H REF.
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3, MA 4 1 0 " - 1 0 4 _1 NaClO. 9 HA 2-14 H 20 H 20 in H 2S 0 4 CONDITIONS, ORG. 0 (mol. )in CC1 benzene benzene MA 2 in benzene MA 2 in benzene MA 2 in benzene HA in benzene pure benzene pure benzene octane HA in benzene 25-75% in benzene 25-75% + octane HA in benzene H 20 in benzene benzene CONDITIONS, 660 63S 57Ma 57Ma 57Ma 57Ma 57M/15L,] 02S 57M 57M 66H 51A, 52A 51A 63H 63H 63H 66H 65H REF. 33 A2 + S = A2 S I',A" Ligand: MA, = MAT 4 4 25 25 25 25 25 0 17 0 28 0 36 0 15 ? 20 25 25 0 23 2. 2 0 48 0 76 MA^" + MI^" = 2 MAT MA 3 = MA^ +4 0 79 25 0 05 MAI = MAT 25 0 15 25 25 25 25 TEMP.