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potassium chloride (ClK)

Compound Descriptions:

Structure Drawing
Formula:ClK
Element System:Cl-K
Element Names:Chlorine, Potassium
Molecular Weight:74.551 g/mol
Name(s):potassium chloride
Kaliumchlorid
ClK (potassium chloride)
KCl
Potassium chloride (KCl)
Chloropotassuril
Enseal
K-Dur
Kalitabs
Kaon-Cl
Klotrix
Muriate of potash
Neobakasal
Potassium monochloride
Potavescent
Rekawan
Slow K
Super K
Super K (salt)
potassium (I) chloride
sylvite
Chlorvescent
Emplets potassium chloride
Kaochlor
Kay Ciel
Kay-EM
Klor-Con
Klor-Lyte
Kloren
Slow-K
Kaliumchlorid rein
Sylvin
E 508
CAS-RN:7447-40-7, 12599-00-7, 59217-68-4, 126415-35-8
EINECS:231-211-8 EINECS
Classification:no charge; 2fragments; ionic

European Regulations

1 matching entries in european regulations: ECHA-pre

Derivatives / Analogues

Analogueother metal: HgCl 
Analogueother halogene: potassium bromide 
Analogueother halogene: potassium fluoride 
Analogueother halogene: potassium iodide 
Analogueother metal: Silver chloride 
Analogueother metal: Gold chloride (AuCl) 
Analogueother metal: cesium chloride 
Analogueother metal: copper monochloride 
Analogueother metal: Francium chloride 
Analogueother metal: 17108-85-9 
Analogueother metal: indium monochloride 
Analogueother metal: lithium chloride 
Analogueother metal: sodium chloride 
Analogueother metal: rubidium chloride 
Analogueother metal: Thalliumchlorid 

Landolt-Börnstein Citations:

Acoustical and Optical Properties

 Molecular Acoustics: Vol. II/5 2.1.2, p.14II/5
 Molecular Acoustics: Vol. II/5 2.2.2, p.117.3 (mix)II/5
 Molecular Acoustics: Vol. II/5 2.2.2, p.124.3 (mix)II/5
 Molecular Acoustics: Vol. II/5 2.2.2, p.113.5 (mix)II/5

Crystallography, Structure and Morphology

 Simple chlorides and their solid solutions: KCl (II): Vol. III/7A I.2.1:2223III/7a
 bulk structure and bulk lattice parameter(s): Vol. III/24c 1.6, p.23III/24C
 bulk structure and bulk lattice parameter(s): Vol. III/24d 1.6, p.23III/24D
 bulk structure and bulk lattice parameter(s): Vol. III/24a 1.6, p.23III/24a
 bulk structure and bulk lattice parameter(s): Vol. III/24b 1.6, p.23III/24b

Electrical Properties

 Elastic constants of second order: Elastic constants s, c: Vol. III/29a 1.2.1. p.75III/29a
 Elastic constants of second order: Temperature coefficients Tc: Vol. III/29a 1.2.2. p.239III/29a
 Elastic constants of second order: Pressure coefficients Pc: Vol. III/29a 1.2.3. p.279III/29a
 Elastic constants of second order: Figures: Vol. III/29a 1.3. p.389III/29a
 Elastic constants of third and higher order: Tables of third-order stiffnesses: Vol. III/29a 2.2. p.647III/29a
 Elastic constants of third and higher order: Tables of fourth-order stiffnesses: Vol. III/29a 2.3. p.664III/29a
 Piezooptic, elastooptic, rotooptic coefficients: Cubic system: Classes (-4)3m (T{d}), 432 (O), m3m (O{h}): Vol. III/30a 5.2.2.1. p.35III/30A
 Piezooptic, elastooptic, rotooptic coefficients: Figures: Vol. III/30a 5.2.4. p.109III/30A
 Nonlinear dielectric susceptibility: Third-order nonlinear dielectric susceptibilities: Vol. III/30b 6.6.1. p.64III/30B
 Nonlinear dielectric susceptibility: Data on crystals (alphabetically ordered substance names): Vol. III/30b 6.7. p.227III/30B

Electronic Properties

 Alkali halides: Introduction: Vol. III/23a 2.2.1. p.113-117III/23a
 Alkali halides: Sodium halides: Vol. III/23a 2.2.3. p.127III/23a
 Alkali halides: Potassium halides: Vol. III/23a 2.2.4. p.139-142III/23a

Mechanical Properties

 Densities of nonaqueous systems: Nonaqueous systems of two inorganic components: Vol. IV/1a 1.2:5055, p.18 (mix)IV/1a
 Light metals: Li, Na, K: Vol. IV/1a 1.3.2:1021, p.76 (mix)IV/1a
 Densities of nonaqueous systems: Nonaqueous systems of three or more components: Vol. IV/1a 1.5:5161, p.550 (mix)IV/1a
 Ternary systems: inorganic components A, B, and water: AgBr - J2: Vol. IV/1a 2.2.1:104, p.661 (mix)IV/1a
 Ternary systems: inorganic components A, B, and water: KBr - ZnO: Vol. IV/1a 2.2.1:421, p.667 (mix)IV/1a
 Ternary systems: inorganic components A, B, and water: AgBr - J2: Vol. IV/1a 2.2.1:43, p.659 (mix)IV/1a
 Ternary systems: inorganic components A, B, and water: KBr - ZnO: Vol. IV/1a 2.2.1:441, p.667 (mix)IV/1a
 Ternary systems: inorganic components A, B, and water: AgBr - J2: Vol. IV/1a 2.2.1:83, p.660 (mix)IV/1a
 Inorganic-inorganic systems containing water: Polynary systems: inorganic components A, B, C, ..., water: Vol. IV/1a 2.2.2:752, p.677 (mix)IV/1a
 Inorganic-organic systems containing water: Ternary and polynary systems: inorganic components A, organic components B, and water: Vol. IV/1a 2.3.1:187, p.693 (mix)IV/1a
 Inorganic substances - water: InCl3 - La(NO3)3: Vol. IV/1b 1.2:167, p.47 (mix)IV/1b
 Inorganic substances - water: H3PO4 - KF: Vol. IV/1b 2.2.1:836, p.252 (mix)IV/1b
 Specific heat of solutions: Ternary systems: Vol. IV/1b 2.3.1:987, p.334 (mix)IV/1b
 Diffusion of Gas in Electrolyte Solution - Diffusion of methane (1); water (2); potassium chloride (3): Vol. IV/15A 6.1.2:1752 (mix)IV/15A
 Diffusion of Gas in Electrolyte Solution - Diffusion of carbon dioxide (1); water (2); potassium chloride (3): Vol. IV/15A 6.1.2:1762 (mix)IV/15A
 Diffusion of Gas in Electrolyte Solution - Diffusion of hydrogen (1); water (2); potassium chloride (3): Vol. IV/15A 6.1.2:1783 (mix)IV/15A
 Diffusion of Gas in Electrolyte Solution - Diffusion of hydrogen sulfide (1); water (2); potassium chloride (3): Vol. IV/15A 6.1.2:1788 (mix)IV/15A
 Diffusion of Gas in Electrolyte Solution - Diffusion of nitrous oxide (1); water (2); potassium chloride (3): Vol. IV/15A 6.1.2:1793 (mix)IV/15A
 Diffusion of Gas in Electrolyte Solution - Diffusion of oxygen (1); water (2); potassium chloride (3): Vol. IV/15A 6.1.2:1799 (mix)IV/15A

Spectroscopic Methods

 Nuclear quadrupole resonance data tables: Chlorine: C24H18Cl2OPb - Cl2.C8H10: Vol. III/20b 3.2:32-199III/20b
 Nuclear quadrupole resonance data tables: Potassium: Vol. III/20b 3.2:35-15III/20b

Structure and Molecular Constants

 Molecular Constants Mostly From Microwave, Molecular Beam, Electro Spin Resonance and Sub-Doppler Laser Spectroscopy: Vol. II/24a 2.2.2:85II/24A
 Structure Data of Free Polyatomic Molecules: Vol. II/25a 2:294II/25A

Thermodynamic Properties

 Elements and inorganic compounds: D2O - ND4Br: Vol. IV/4 2.2.1:66, p.27IV/4
 Elements and inorganic compounds: KBr - NH4Br: Vol. IV/4 3.2.1:279, p.98IV/4
 Binary systems: Inorganic compounds - water: Vol. IV/4 3.2.3.1:420, p.135 (mix)IV/4
 Data in diagrams and tables: Ternary systems: Vol. IV/4 4.2.3:591, p.182 (mix)IV/4
 Binary systems: Inorganic compounds - water: Vol. IV/4 5.2.3.1:734, p.229 (mix)IV/4
 Elements and inorganic compounds: Ag2HgJ4 - K2PtBr6: Vol. IV/4 7.2.1:1006, p.292IV/4
 Thermodynamic Properties of Compounds, SiClF to PuClO: Vol. IV/19a2 p.339IV/19A2

References

II/24A
Short: II/24A
Title: Molecular Constants mostly from Microwave, Molecular Beam, and Sub-Doppler Laser Spectroscopy: Rotational, l-type, Centrifugal Distortion and Related Constants of Diamagnetic Diatomic, Linear, and Symmetric Top Molecules
Author: Demaison, J.; Hübner, H.; Wlodarczak, G.
Editor: Hüttner, W.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: II/24A
Year: 1998
Keyword: Diamagnetics Diatomics; Linear Symmetric Rotors; Molecular Constants; Molecules
ISBN: 3-540-63267-0
ISBN: 978-3-540-63267-2
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b60165
RefComment: VIII, 286 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: Volume II/24 presents the spectroscopic data on diamagnetic and paramagnetic molecules as well as on molecular ions and radicals up to date considering the publications up to and partly including 1997. The spectroscopic information collected in this volume has been obtained principally from gas phase microwave measurements. Volume II/24 is a supplement to volumes II/4, II/6, II/14, and II/19 and is planned to appear in five subvolumes, the last of which will contain the substance index taking into account all molecules worked at since 1967 in the volumes mentioned and will provide cross references to and between all tables of these. The present subvolume II/24A contains the general introduction and tables of rotational and centrifugal distortion constants of diamagnetic diatomic, linear and symmetric-top molecules, i.e. data which roughly specifies the frequencies of the rotational transitions of these types of rotors.
II/25A
Short: II/25A
Title: Structure Data Of Free Polyatomic Molecules: Inorganic Molecules
Author: Graner, G.; Hirota, E.; Iijima, T.; Kuchitsu, K.; Ramsay, D.A.; Vogt, J.; Vogt, N.
Editor: Kuchitsu, K.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: II/25A
Year: 1998
Keyword: Free Polyatomic Molecules; Inorganic Molecules; Molecules
ISBN: 3-540-61713-2
ISBN: 978-3-540-61713-6
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b59072
RefComment: VII, 359 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: Volume II/25 is a supplemented and revised edition of the preceding volumes II/7, II/15, II/21 and II/23 containing up to date information on inorganic and organic polyatomic molecules. All experimental methods for the determination of quantitative structural data of free molecules have been considered: microwave, infrared, Raman, electronic and photoelectron spectroscopy as well as electron diffraction. The data obtained by these methods have been critically evaluated and compiled. They are presented separately for each molecule, together with a schematic figure of the structure and the original literature.
II/5
Short: II/5
Title: Molecular Acoustics
Author: Schaaffs, W.
Editor: Hellwege, K.-H.; Hellwege, A.M.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: II/5
Year: 1967
ISBN: 3-540-03897-3
ISBN: 978-3-540-03897-9
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b19950
RefComment: 321 figs., XII, 286 pages, Hardcover
III/20b
Short: III/20b
Title: Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy Data: Nuclei Cl ... Rb
Author: Chihara, H.; Nakamura, N.
Editor: Hellwege, K.-H.; Hellwege, A.M.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/20b
Year: 1988
Keyword: NQR
ISBN: 3-540-18483-X
ISBN: 978-3-540-18483-6
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b86664
RefComment: IX,717 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy has become a standard method for structural research in molecular and solid state physics as well as for different branches of chemistry. The volumes cover data for more than 8,000 substances in the solid state. Data for free molecules have been published in volumes II/14 and II/15 of the New Series. The tables are arranged according to the atomic number of the elements.
III/23a
Short: III/23a
Title: Electronic Structure of Solids: Photoemission Spectra and Related Data
Author: Chiang, T.C.; Frank, K.H.; Freund, H.J.; Goldmann, A.; Himpsel, F.J.; Karlsson, U.; Leckey, R.C.; Schneider, W.D.
Editor: Goldmann, A.; Koch, E.-E.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/23a
Page: 1-430
Year: 1989
ISBN: 3-540-50042-1
ISBN: 978-3-540-50042-1
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b35974
RefComment: 904 figs., XI, Hardcover
Abstract: Photoelectron spectroscopy has matured considerably during the last decade. The experimental techniques were improved markedly. Photon line sources and,in particular, synchrotron radiation sources are now routinely available in many places. The volume summarizes data on the bulk electronic structure of solids. Besides the photoelectron results, a limited set of other data (such as lattice constants and work functions) useful in the context of band structure information is presented.
III/24C
Short: III/24C
Title: Physics of Solid Surfaces: Interaction of Charged Particles and Atoms with Surfaces
Author: Alkemade, P.; Celli, V.; Chiarotti, G.; Rocca, M.; Zanazzi, E.
Editor: Chiarotti, G.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/24C
Year: 1995
ISBN: 3-540-56071-8
ISBN: 978-3-540-56071-5
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b87125
RefComment: 207 figs., XII, 328 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: In the last two decades surface physics has experienced an explosive expansion caused by the development and/or substantial improvement of surface sensitive techniques and UHV appa-ratus. It has grown into a mature field of research, with data of the highest accuracy and repro-ducibility. Surface physics is of great importance for technological applications like control of the work function of semiconductors,interface physics,field effect devices, molecular beam epitaxy, chemisorption and catalysis, corrosion, surface hardening etc.. The present volume is restricted to the so-called "clean" surfaces, i.e. to surfaces atomically clean and well characterized,leaving the more complex field of the contaminated surfaces and overlayers to a later occasion.
III/24D
Short: III/24D
Title: Physics of Solid Surfaces: Interaction of Radiation with Surfaces and Electron Tunneling
Author: Bradshaw, A.M.; Chiaradia, P.; Chiarotti, G.; Colella, R.; Hamers, R.J.; Hemmen, R.; Kellogg, G.L.; Ricken, D.; Schedel-Niedrig, Th.
Editor: Chiarotti, G.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/24D
Year: 1996
ISBN: 3-540-56750-X
ISBN: 978-3-540-56750-9
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b51875
RefComment: Hardcover
Abstract: In the last two decades surface physics has experienced an explosive expansion caused by the development and/or substantial improvement of surface sensitive techniques and UHV appa-ratus. It has grown into a mature field of research, with data of the highest accuracy and repro-ducibility. Surface physics is of great importance for technological applications like control of the work function of semiconductors,interface physics,field effect devices, molecular beam epitaxy, chemisorption and catalysis, corrosion, surface hardening etc.. The present volume is restricted to the so-called "clean" surfaces, i.e. to surfaces atomically clean and well characterized,leaving the more complex field of the contaminated surfaces and overlayers to a later occasion.
III/24a
Short: III/24a
Title: Physics of Solid Surfaces: Structure
Author: Chiarotti, G.; Fasolino, A.; Henzler, M.; Nicholas, J.F.; Ranke, W.; Selloni, A.; Shkrebtii, A.
Editor: Chiarotti, G.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/24a
Year: 1993
ISBN: 3-540-56069-6
ISBN: 978-3-540-56069-2
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b41604
RefComment: 148 figs., XI,362 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: In the last two decades surface physics has experienced an explosive expansion caused by the development and/or substantial improvement of surface sensitive techniques and UHV appa-ratus. It has grown into a mature field of research, with data of the highest accuracy and repro-ducibility. Surface physics is of great importance for technological applications like control of the work function of semiconductors,interface physics,field effect devices, molecular beam epitaxy, chemisorption and catalysis, corrosion, surface hardening etc.. The present volume is restricted to the so-called "clean" surfaces, i.e. to surfaces atomically clean and well characterized, leaving the more complex field of the contaminated surfaces and overlayers to a later occasion.
III/24b
Short: III/24b
Title: Physics of Solid Surfaces: Electronic and Vibrational Properties
Author: Calandra, C.; Chiarotti, G.; Gradmann, U.; Jacobi, K.; Manghi, F.; Maradudin, A.A.; Tong, S.Y.; Wallis, R.F.
Editor: Chiarotti, G.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/24b
Year: 1994
ISBN: 3-540-56070-X
ISBN: 978-3-540-56070-8
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b47750
RefComment: 709 figs., XII, 519 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: In the last two decades surface physics has experienced an explosive expansion caused by the development and/or substantial improvement of surface sensitive techniques and UHV appa-ratus. It has grown into a mature field of research, with data of the highest accuracy and repro-ducibility. Surface physics is of great importance for technological applications like control of the work function of semiconductors,interface physics,field effect devices, molecular beam epitaxy, chemisorption and catalysis, corrosion, surface hardening etc.. The present volume is restricted to the so-called "clean" surfaces, i.e. to surfaces atomically clean and well characterized,leaving the more complex field of the contaminated surfaces and overlayers to a later occasion.
III/29a
Short: III/29a
Title: Low Frequency Properties of Dielectric Crystals: Second and Higher Order Elastic Constants
Author: Every, A.G.; McCurdy, A.K.
Editor: Nelson, D.F.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/29a
Year: 1992
ISBN: 3-540-54410-0
ISBN: 978-3-540-54410-4
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b44185
RefComment: 890 figs., XIV, 743 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: Some years after the publication of Vol. III/11 and its supplement III/18 dealing with elastic, piezoelectric, pyroelectric and optical properties of crystals, a complete recompilation of the data of these volumes and of new data was performed. Because of the growth of this subject matter it was found convenient to divide the material into four volumes, III/29a and b for the low frequency properties and III/30a and b for high frequency propertiesof dielectric crystals. The first subvolume III/29a contains exclusively second and higher order elastic constants including temperature and pressure coefficients.
III/30A
Short: III/30A
Title: High Frequency Properties of Dielectric Crystals: Piezooptic and Electrooptic Constants
Author: Cook, W.R.; Nelson, D.F.; Vedam, K.
Editor: Nelson, D.F.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/30A
Year: 1996
Keyword: Dielectric Crystals; High Frequency Properties; Piezooptic and Electrooptic
ISBN: 3-540-54412-7
ISBN: 978-3-540-54412-8
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b44186
RefComment: 411 figs., XII, 497 pages, Hardcover
Abstract: While vols. III/29 A, B (published in 1992 and 1993, respectively) contain the low frequency properties of dielectric crystals, in vol. III/30 the high frequency or optical properties are compiled. The present and first subvolume 30 A contains piezooptic and elastooptic constants, linear and quadratic electrooptic constants and their temperature coefficients, and relevant refractive indices. Subvolume 30 B will cover second and third order nonlinear optical susceptibilities. For the reader's convenience an alphabetical formula index and an alphabetical index of chemical, mineralogical and technical names for all substances of volumes 29 A, B and 30 A are included.
III/30B
Short: III/30B
Title: High Frequency Properties of Dielectric Crystals: Nonlinear Dielectric Susceptibilities
Author: Gurzadyan, G.G.; Charra, F.
Editor: Nelson, D.F.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/30B
Year: 2000
Keyword: Dielectric Crystals; High Frequency Properties; Nonlinear Dielectric Susceptibilities
ISBN: 3-540-65567-0
ISBN: 978-3-540-65567-1
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b52841
RefComment: 172 figs., VIII, 485 pages, with CD-ROM, Hardcover
Abstract: While vols. III/29 A, B (published in 1992 and 1993, respectively) contains the low frequency properties of dielectric crystals, in vol. III/30 the high frequency or optical properties are compiled. While the first subvolume 30 A contains piezooptic and elastooptic constants, linear and quadratic electrooptic constants and their temperature coefficients, and relevant refractive indices, the present subvolume 30 B covers second and third order nonlinear optical susceptibilities. For the reader's convenience an alphabetical formula index and an alphabetical index of chemical, mineralogical and technical names for all substances of volumes 29 A, B and 30 A, B are included.
III/7a
Short: III/7a
Title: Crystal Structure Data of Inorganic Compounds: Key Elements: F, Cl , Br, I ( VII th Main Group) . Halides and Complex Halides
Author: Pies, W.; Weiss, A.
Editor: Hellwege, K.-H.; Hellwege, A.M.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/7a
Page: 1-647
Year: 1973
ISBN: 3-540-06166-5
ISBN: 978-3-540-06166-3
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b19972
RefComment: 1 fig., XXXII, Hardcover
Abstract: Volume III/7 contains structure data on those compounds which contain at least one of the elements F, Cl, Br, I, O, N, and P and cannot be called "organic". The structure data of the remaining inorganic compounds and the elements are dealt with in volumes III/6 and III/14, while the organic compounds are treated in volumes III/5 and III/10. The systematic arrange-ment is based on the anions ordered according to "key elements", since this system allows the arrangement of the crystal structure data in such a way that both chemical and crystallographical relationships can be recognized. Structure data are compiled as completely as possible for all inorganic substances, where crystal structures have been examined by means of X-ray, neutron, and electron diffraction,and for which at least the lattice constants have been determined.
IV/15A
Short: IV/15A
Title: Diffusion in Gases, Liquids and Electrolytes: Gases in Gases, Liquids and their Mixtures
Author: Winkelmann, J
Editor: Lechner, Manfred Dieter
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: IV/15A
Year: 2007
Keyword: binary mixture; diffusion; electrolyte; gas; liquid; quaternary mixture; self-diffusion; supercritical fluid system; ternary mixture; vapor
ISBN: 978-3-540-62429-5 (print)
ISBN: 978-3-540-49718-9 (online)
Internet Resource: doi:10.1007/978-3-540-49718-9
RefComment: VIII, 409 p., Hardcover
RefComment: Written for: Science and engineers in the fields of physics, chemistry, physical chemistry, and material sciences
Abstract: Diffusion – defined as mass, amount, or particle transport process – is the most essential transport property besides viscosity and thermal conductivity. Diffusion is widely used in nature, technical and scientific applications, ranging from diffusion in all kinds of gases, liquids, solids, electrolytes and their mixtures. Due to the large amount of data, the volume LB IV/15 "Diffusion in Gases, Liquids, and Electrolytes" is divided into three subvolumes. Part A: Gases in Gases, Liquids and their Mixtures; Part B: Liquids in Liquids and Liquid Mixtures; Part C: Ions and Electrolytes in Liquids, Electrolytes and Molten Salts. The presented subvolume A includes the main chapters Measurement Methods, Diffusion in Pure Gases, Diffusion in Gaseous Mixtures, Diffusion of Gas/Vapor in Gases or Liquids and Diffusion of Gases in Solution. Due to the very different and widespread measurement methods, a precise description of these methods is given.
IV/19A2
Short: IV/19A2
Title: Thermodynamic Properties of Inorganic Materials: Pure Substances. Part 2: Compounds from BeBr to ZrCl2
Author: Scientific Group Thermodata Europe
Editor: Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Hüttenkunde, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: IV/19A2
Year: 1999
Keyword: Heat Capacities; Enthalpies; Entropies; Gibbs Energies; Phase Transition Data
ISBN: 3-540-65344-9
ISBN: 978-3-540-65344-8
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b72359
RefComment: LVII, 415 pages, with CD-ROM, Hardcover
IV/1a
Short: IV/1a
Title: Densities of Liquid Systems: Nonaqueous Systems and Ternary Aqueous Systems
Author: Lacmann, R.; Synowietz, C.
Editor: Schäfer, Kl.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: IV/1a
Year: 1974
ISBN: 3-540-06269-6
ISBN: 978-3-540-06269-1
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b20003
RefComment: X, 716 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: Volume IV/1 contains information on the densities of liquid systems. It may be considered as a supplement to volume II/1 of the 6th Edition, which contains only a few data on nonaqueous systems. Data are not listed for all systems but primarily for those of greater interest where data for a larger range of concentrations were available.
IV/1b
Short: IV/1b
Title: Densities of Liquid Systems: Densities of Binary Aqueous Systems and Heat Capacities of Liquid Systems
Author: D'Ans, J.; Surawski, H.; Synowietz, C.
Editor: Schäfer, Kl.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: IV/1b
Year: 1977
ISBN: 3-540-08272-7
ISBN: 978-3-540-08272-9
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b20004
RefComment: 62 figs., VII, 335 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: Volume IV/1 contains information on the densities of liquid systems. It may be considered as a supplement to volume II/1 of the 6th Edition, which contains only a few data on nonaqueous systems. Data are not listed for all systems but primarily for those of greater interest where data for a larger range of concentrations were available.
IV/4
Short: IV/4
Title: High-Pressure Properties of Matter
Author: Beggerow, G.
Editor: Schäfer, Kl.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: IV/4
Year: 1980
ISBN: 3-540-09370-2
ISBN: 978-3-540-09370-1
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b90280
RefComment: 589 figs., VIII, 427 pages. Hardcover
Abstract: The main topics are pressure dependences of phase equilibria, compressibility, thermal and caloric properties, transport phenomena, static and magnetic properties, optical phenomena, kinetic phenomena, and systems in the neighbourhood and above the critical area.
EINECS
Short: EINECS
Title: EINECS (European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances)
Source: Official Journal of the European Communities
Volume: C 146 A (15.06.1990)
Page: 1
Year: 1990
Publish_Date: 1990/06/15

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