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Vogel, Arthur - Qualitative INORGANIC Analysis - (5th ed - 1979).pdf

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Fifth Edition Revised by VOGEL'S G. Svehla, Ph.D., D.Sc., F.R.I.C. Reader in Analytical Chemistry, Queen's University, Belfast TEXTBOOK OF MACRO AND SEMI MI CRO QUALITATIVE INORGANIC ANALYSIS bRb nnn nnn w Longman London and New York CHAPTER I THE THEORETICAL BASIS OF QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS A. Chemical formulae and equations I. 1 Symbols of elements 1.2 Empirical formulae 1.3 Valency and oxidation number I .4 Structural formulae 1.5 Chemical equations B
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  Fifth dition Revised y VOGEL S G Svehla Ph.D. D.Sc. F R I C Reader in Analytical Chemistry, Queen s University, Belfast TEXTBOOK OF MACRO AND SEMIMICRO QUALITATIVE INORGANIC ANALYSIS b b nnn nnn Longman London and New York  CH PTER THE THEORETIC L B SIS OF QU LIT TIVE N LYSIS A. Chemical formulae and equations I. Symbols of elements 1.2 Empirical formulae 1.3 Valency and oxidation number I .4 Structural formulae 1.5 Chemical equations B. Aqueous solutions of inorganic substances 1.6 Electrolytes and non-electrolytes 1.7 Electrolysis, the nature of electrolytic conductance, ions 1.8 Some properties of aqueous solutions 1.9 The theory of electrolytic dissociation I. 10 Degree of dissociation. Strong and weak electrolytes I. The independent migration of ions. Calculation of conductivities from ionic mobilities I. 12 Modem theory of strong electrolytes I. 13 Chemical equilibrium; the law of mass action I. 14 Activity and activity coefficients C Classical theory of acid-base reactions I. 15 Acids, bases, and salts I. 16 Acid-base dissociation equilibria. Strength of acids and bases I. 17 Experimental determination of the dissociation equilibrium constant. Ostwald s dilution law I. 18 The dissociation and ionic product of water I. 19 The hydrogen-ion exponent (pH) 1.20 Hydrolysis 1.2 Buffer solutions 1.22 The experimental determination of pH D. The Br9nsted-Lowry theory of acids and bases 1.23 Definition of acids and bases
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