By E. A. V. Ebsworth, J. A. Connor, J. J. Turner
The Chemistry of Oxygen presents a accomplished assurance of the constitution, homes, habit, and chemical response of oxygen.
The name first information the overall details on oxygen, equivalent to the heritage, incidence, and diverse houses. subsequent, the choice offers with oxygen atoms and ions. bankruptcy three talks approximately oxide as a category, whereas bankruptcy four covers the actual and chemical homes of water. The textual content additionally info a variety of compounds that experience oxygen, reminiscent of oxygen fluorides and hydrogen peroxide. The 9th bankruptcy covers the ozone and its comparable species, and the final bankruptcy discusses different species containing O3 and O4 teams.
The e-book might be of serious use to researchers and practitioners of chemistry comparable self-discipline.
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V . E B S W O R T H , J. A . C O N N O R A N D J . J . T U R N E R TABLE 18. METHODS OF PRODUCTION AND SOME REACTIONS OF OXYGEN ATOMS State 3P Methods of production Some reactions studied Electric or microwave discharge; Hg-sensitized photolysis of N2O; photolysis of O2, N2O, NO2; shock tubes; flames With O a , O2 b , N O c , NO2 d , H2 e , CI2 f , hydrocarbons, g · h acetylene (in matrices) ! , P4 J , PH 3 J, S k , Se k , C3O2 \ CCI4 m, H 2 S n , (CN) 2 °, CN p , C1CN p \ ICN q , B5H9 r , CO !
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