Nuffield Chemistry: Book of Data

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This Nuffield Chemistry Data Book contains the following sections:

Section 1: Basic information
Table 1.1 Selected symbols and abbreviations
Table 1.2 Values of selected physical measurements
Table 1.3 The elements

Section 2: Masses, volumes, shapes, and sizes
Table 2.1 Masses and volumes of 1 g-atom of elements at 25°C
Table 2.2 Masses and volumes of 1 g-formula of selected compounds at 25°C
Table 2.3 Expansion and compression of gases,liquids, and solids
Table 2.4 Structure of gases, liquids, and solids
Table 2.5 Changes in volume due to changes in crystalline form
Table 2.6 Structure of selected elements and compounds

Section 3: How far? Equilibrium conditions
Table 3.1 Limit of temperature for solids, liquids, and gases
Table 3.2 Limit of solubility in water at different temperatures
Table 3.3 Limit of solubility in solvents other than water
Table 3.4 Limit of vapour pressure of liquids and solids at different temperatures
Table 3.5 Limit of acidity or alkalinity in aqueous solutions: pH values

Section 4: Energy changes
Table 4.1 Heat capacities
Table 4.2 Energy required to separate atoms of elements
Table 4.3 Energy required to change the state of selected compounds
Table 4.4 Energy required at 25°C to ionize elements already in the gaseous state
Table 4.5 Energies of formation of chemical systems from their elements at 298°K
Table 4.6 Heat of dilution of some common aqueous solutions
Table 4.7 Heat of dilution of sulphuric acid

Section 5: Electrical information[
Table 5.1 Electromotive force of electro-chemical cells
Table 5.2 Decomposition voltage of 1•0 M solutions between smooth platinum electrodes

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