Chemical Thermodynamics of Nickel - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444518026, 9780080457543

Chemical Thermodynamics of Nickel, Volume 6

1st Edition

Series Volume Editors: Myriam Illemassène Jane Perrone
Series Editors: OECD Federico Mompean
eBook ISBN: 9780080457543
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 8th April 2005
Page Count: 648
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Table of Contents

Preface. Acknowledgement. Note from the chairman of the NEA TDB Project Phase II. Editor's note. Part I - Introductory material. I. Introduction I.1. Background I.2. Focus of the review I.3. Review procedure and results II. Standards, conventions and contents of the tables II.1. Symbols, terminology and nomenclature II.2. Units and conversion factors II.3. Standard and reference conditions II.4. Fundamental physical constants II.5. Uncertainty estimates II.6. The NEA-TDB system II.7. Presentation of the selected data Part II - Tables of selected data III. Selected nickel data IV. Selected auxiliary data Part III - Discussion of data selection V. Discussion of data selection for nickel V.1. Elemental nickel V.2. Simple nickel aqua ions V.3. Oxygen and hydrogen compounds and complexes V.4. Group 17 (halogen) compounds and complexes V.5. Group 16 (chalcogen) compounds and complexes V.6. Group 15 compounds and complexes V.7. Group 14 compounds and complexes V.8. Group 13 compounds and complexes VI. Discussion of auxiliary data selection VI.1. Group 15 auxiliary species VI.2. Other auxiliary species Part IV - Appendices A. Discussion of selected references B. Ionic strength corrections B.1. The specific ion interaction equations B.2. Ion interaction coefficients versus equilibrium constants for ion pairs B.3. Tables of ion interaction coeffecients C. Assigned uncertainties C.1. The general problem C.2. Uncertainty estimates in the selected thermodynamic data C.3. One source datum C.4. Two or more independent source data C.5. Several data at different ionic strengths C.6. Procedures for data handling Bibliography List of Authors


In order to quantitatively predict the chemical reactions that hazardous materials may undergo in the environment, it is necessary to know the relative stabilities of the compounds and complexes that may be found under certain conditions. This type of calculations may be done using consistent chemical thermodynamic data, such as those contained in this book for inorganic compounds and complexes of nickel.

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About the Series Volume Editors

Myriam Illemassène Series Volume Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Data Bank, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France.

Jane Perrone Series Volume Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Data Bank, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France.

About the Series Editors

Federico Mompean Series Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

(Series Editor and Project Co-ordinator) OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Data Bank, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France.