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This quantity provides a complete assortment and demanding overview of solubility facts released sooner than June 1983 for the compounds of the name. a number of innovations have been utilized in the unique determinations; the benefits of those were thought of within the evaluate of the knowledge. rising styles of solubility behaviour for similar structures are indicated. The editors think that the ebook will either draw awareness to components the place sturdy facts are missing and stimulate additional experimental paintings.
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2. Commercial sample, distilled middle fraction used. 02; ^^NHs' % H 3 δΡ/kPa = ±1; = -^-^^^ (estimated by compiler) REFERENCES: A m m o n i a Solubilities 28 ORIGINAL MEASUREMENTS: COMPONENTS: 1. Ammonia; N H 3 ; 2. P. [7664-41-7] J, Chem. Soc. compounds VARIABLES: 1931, 1371-1382. L. 0556 Chlorobenzene; CeHsCl; [108-90-7] ChloromethyIbenzene; (Benzyl chloride); C7H7CI; [100-44-7]. 4 χ ^yr in equivalents/litre". 325 kPa. AUXILIARY INFORMATION METHOD /APPARATUS /PROCEDURE: SOURCE AND PURITY OF MATERIALS; Volumetric apparatus consisting of bulb (~50cm^capacity) extended at the top as a graduated tube and joined at bottom to a capillary u-tube.
G. T. 39 Tlie total pressure was equal to barometric pressure (unspecified). 2 Κ were given by the authoress. The compiler has estimated the densities of solu tions listed above by extrapolation and has then calculated mole fraction solubilities from molar concentrations given in the paper. 1 K. The final volumes of solution were recorded. Dissolved ammonia was estimated by dilution with water and tiration with sulfuric acid. Densities of solutions were measured with a Pyknometer. SOURCE AND PURITY OF MATERIALS; 1.
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.