By C. L. Young, P. G. T. Fogg
This quantity offers a finished assortment and demanding review of solubility information released ahead of June 1983 for the compounds of the name. quite a few strategies have been utilized in the unique determinations; the benefits of those were thought of within the review of the knowledge. rising styles of solubility behaviour for related platforms are indicated. The editors think that the ebook will either draw consciousness to components the place sturdy facts are missing and stimulate extra experimental paintings.
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T. Fogg. EXPERIMENTAL VALUES: ^ J Compound m /T, T/K . 013 χ 10^ Pa AUXILIARY METHOD APPARATUS/PROCEDURE: INFORMATION SOURCE AND PURITY OF NLMERIALS; 1. Obtained from a cylinder; dried by KOH pellets and a cold trap. Ammonia at barometric pressure was bubbled through a weighed quantity (about 1 g) of solvent in a glass 2. 1-&2- butanols: distilled from CaO vessel held in a thermostat until digested over BaO;distilled from saturation was achieved. The Na. concentration of ammonia was 2-methyl-2-propanol: distilled calculated from the increase in from CaO; crystallised; fraction weight of the vessel after an allow ally distilled.
M. Degassing was accomplished using a two stage vacuum process described J. Fhys, Chem. 1 9 5 7 , 61, by Clever et al. ( 1 ) . 1078. A m m o n i a Solubilities COMPONENTS: 51 ORIGINAL MEASUREMENTS: NH3; Timonin, V. ; 1. A-rmonia; 2. 2 , 2 ' - O x y b i s e t h a n o l (diethylene glycol); [ 7 6 6 4 - 4 1 - 7 ] C4H10O3; MarchenJcova, T. ; Marchenlcov, 1 9 8 0 , VINITI deposited V. F. [ 1 1 1 - 4 6 - 6 ] document VARIABLES: Timofeeva, E. ; 2 8 7 4 - 8 0 . PREPARED B Y : P. G. T. Fogg Temperature, pressure EXPERIMENTAL VALUES: Bunsen coeff.
REFER>:NCES: p.. ; Bor, G. ; Sipos, G. Veszpremi, Vegyip, Egy, Kozl, 1957, 7, 55. |2. ; Traply, G. Periodica Polyteehnioa Ser, Chem, Eng, (Budapest) 1958, 2, 1. A m m o n i a Solubilities COMPONENTS: ORIGINAL MEASUREMENTS: (1) Ammonia; N H 3 ; [7664-41-7] (2) Cyclohexane; C^Ui2' Horsman-van den Dool, L. E. ; Warman, J. W. 5 p^/kPa not given H. L. 48 AUXILIARY INFORMATION METHOD/APPARATUS/PROCEDURE: SOURCE AND PURITY OF MATERIALS: (1) Ammonia. Baker Chemical Co. 99 percent. Used as received. A cylindrical glass container of approximately 15 cm^ volume is partly filled with solvent and closed with a half-hole septum.
Ammonia, Amines, Phosphine, Arsine, Stibine, Silane, Germane and Stannane in Organic Solvents. Ammonia, Amines, Phosphine and Arsine in Organic Solvents by C. L. Young, P. G. T. Fogg