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Sulfate dianion (O4S)

Compound Descriptions:

Structure Drawing
Formula:O4S
Element System:O-S
Element Names:Oxygen, Sulfur
Molecular Weight:96.063 g/mol
Name(s):Sulfate dianion
CAS-RN:14808-79-8
Classification:charged; 1fragment; ionic

European Regulations

1 matching entries in european regulations: ECHA-pre

Derivatives / Analogues

Analogueother chalcogen: 16450-48-9 
Analogueother chalcogen: O3S2 
Analogueother chalcogen: Thiosulfat-Ion 
Analogueother chalcogen: O4Se 
Analogueother chalcogen: SSe3Te 
Analogueother chalcogen: S2Se2Te 
Analogueother chalcogen: Se4Te 

Landolt-Börnstein Citations:

Spectroscopic Methods

 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Data - 17O: Vol. III/35e 2.2.5:4402III/35E

References

III/35E
Short: III/35E
Title: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Data: Chemical Shifts for Oxygen-17
Author: Duddeck, H.; Toth, G.; Simon, A.
Editor: Gupta, R.R.; Lechner, M.D.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: III/35E
Year: 2002
Keyword: Alipathic and Aromatic hydrocarbons; Coupling constant j; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; chemical shifts δ
ISBN: 3-540-42501-2
ISBN: 978-3-540-42501-4
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b92953
RefComment: VII, 230 pages. With CD-ROM., Hardcover
Abstract: This volume provides a comprehensive and evaluated compilation of nuclear magnetic resonance data. Chemical shifts and coupling constants of boron-11 and phosphorus-31 (subvol. A), fluorine-19 and nitrogen-15 (subvol. B), hydrogen-1 (subvol. C), carbon-13 (subvol. D), and oxygen-17 (subvol. E) compounds are tabulated together with the gross- and structure formulas and the most readily available solvents. Due to the large amount of the data merely chemical shifts are presented in the printed versions, and all the data, chemical shifts and coupling constants are provided on CD-ROM's.

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