Experimental Methods in Inorganic Chemistry
Presents the structural concepts of inorganic chemistry through state-of-the-art, hands-on experiments. Presents laboratory techniques that are not commonly addressed: measurements of high temperatures; vacuum systems; ampulation of products; trap-to-trap distillation; slush baths; handling of compressed gases; and the cleanup of gas streams. It also presents solid state reactions, which make possible synthesis of high temperature superconductors; semiconductors; and electronic metal. An important reference on inorganic chemistry for professional chemical engineers.
Specifications of Experimental Methods in Inorganic Chemistry
|Author||John Tanaka, Steven L. Suib|
|Number Of Pages||393|
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