Handbook of Preparative Inorganic Chemistry V2 - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780123955913, 9780323161299

Handbook of Preparative Inorganic Chemistry V2

2nd Edition

Editors: Georg Brauer
eBook ISBN: 9780323161299
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1965
Page Count: 882
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Handbook of Preparative Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 2, Second Edition focuses on the methods, mechanisms, and chemical reactions involved in conducting experiments on inorganic chemistry. Composed of contributions of various authors, the second part of the manual focuses on elements and compounds. Included in the discussions are copper, silver, and gold. Numerical calculations and diagrams are presented to show the properties, compositions, and chemical reactions of these materials when exposed to varying laboratory conditions. The manual also looks at other elements such as scandium, yttrium, titanium, zirconium, hafnium, and thorium. Lengthy discussions on the characteristics and nature of these elements are presented. The third part of the guidebook discusses special compounds. The manual also provides formula and subject index, including an index for procedures, materials, and devices. Considering the value of information presented, the manual can best serve the interest of readers and scientists wanting to institute a system in the conduct of experiments in laboratories.

Table of Contents

Translation Editor's Preface

Part II Elements and Compounds (Continued)

Section 19. Copper, Silver, Gold

Copper (Pure Metal)

Colloidal Copper

Copper Hydride CuH

Copper (I) Chloride CuCl

Copper (I) Bromide CuBr

Copper (I) Iodide CuI

Copper (II) Chloride CuCl2

Copper (II) Bromide CuBr2

Copper Oxychloride CuCl2ß • Cu(OH)2

Copper (I) Oxide Cu2O

Copper (II) Oxide CuO

Copper (II) Hydroxide Cu(OH)2

Potassium Cuprate (III) KCuO2

Schweizer's Reagent

Copper (I) Sulfide Cu2S

Copper (II) Sulfide CuS

Copper (I) Selenide Cu2Se

Copper (I) Telluride Cu2Te

Copper (I) Sulfate Cu2SO4

Tetraamminecopper (II) Sulfate [Cu(NH3)4]SO4 • H2O

Copper (I) Nitride Cu3N

Copper (II) Azide Cu(N3)2

Copper Phosphide Cu3P

Copper Diphosphide CuP2

Basic Copper Carbonates CuCO3 • Cu(OH)2 (Green Cupric Carbonate)

2CuCO3 • Cu(OH)2 (Blue Cupric Carbonate)

Copper (I) Acetylide Cu2C2.H2O

Paris Green (Copper Acetoarsenite)

Fehling's Solution

Very Pure Silver

Silver Powder

Silver from Residues

Silver Mirrors

Colloidal Silver

Silver Iodide AgI

Silver Chlorate AgClO3

Silver Oxide AgsO

Silver Peroxide Ag2O2

Sodium Orthoargentite Na3AgO2

Silver (I) Sulfide Ag2S

Silver (I) Selenide Ag3Se

Silver (I) Telluride Ag2Te

Silver Sulfate Ag2SO4

Silver Sulfite Ag2SO3

Silver Amide AgNH2

Silver Azide AgN3

Silver Nitride Ag3N

Silver Acetylide Ag2C2

Silver Cyanamide Ag2CN2

Silver Carbonate Ag2CO3

Silver Nitrite AgNO2

Silver Tartrate Ag2C4H4O6

o-Phenanthrolinesilver (II) Persulfate [Ag phen2]S2O8

Tris-α,α'-dipyridylsilver (II) Perchlorate Ag(dipyr)32

Very Pure Gold

Colloidal Gold

Gold from Residues

Gold (I) Chloride AuCl

Gold (III) Chloride AuCl3

Hydrogen Tetrachloroaurate (III) HAuCU4 • 4H2O

Potassium Tetrachloroaurate (ΙII) KAuCl4 • 1/2H2O

Gold (III) Oxide Au2O3

Gold (III) Hydroxide Au(OH)3

Potassium Aurate KAuO2 • 3H2O

Gold (I) Sulfide Au2S

Gold (II) Sulfide AuS

Gold (III) Sulfide Au2S3

Gold (I) Acetylide Au2C3

Gold (I) Cyanide AuCN

Potassium Dicyanoaurate (I) K[Au(CN)2]

Section 2O. Zinc, Cadmium, Mercury

Zinc Zn

Zinc Hydride ZnH2

Zinc Chloride ZnCl2

Zinc Hydroxychloride Zn(OH)Cl

Ammonium Tetrachlorozincate (NH4)2ZnCl4

Zinc Bromide ZnBr2

Zinc Iodide ZnI2

Zinc Hydroxide (crystalline) ε-Zn(OH)2

Zinc Sulfide ZnS

Zinc Formaldehydesulfoxylate Zn(SO2 • CH2OH)2

Ammonium Zinc Sulfate (NH4)2Zn(SO4)2 • 6H2O

Zinc Selenide ZnSe

Zinc Amide Zn(NH2)2

Zinc Nitride Zn3N2

Zinc Phosphides Zn3P2, ZnPa

Zinc Phosphate Zn3(PO4)2 • 4H2O

Zinc Hydroxyphosphate Zn2(OH)PO4

Zinc Arsenides Zn3As2, ZnAs2

Zinc Thioantimonate Zn3(SbS4)2

Diethylzinc Zn(C2H5)2

Zinc Carbonate ZnCO3

Zinc Acetate Zn(CH3COO)2

Zinc Cyanide Zn(CN)2

Potassium Tetracyanozincate K2Zn(CN)4

Zinc Silicate Zn2SiO4

Zinc Fluorosilicate ZnSiFe • 6H2O

Zinc Ferrate (IIΙ) ZnFe2O4

Rinmann's Green

Cadmium (needles) Cd

Cadmium Chloride CdCl2

Cadmium Hydroxychloride Cd(OH)Cl

Potassium Cadmium Chloride CdCl2 • KCl • H2O

Cadmium Bromide CdBr2

Cadmium Iodide CdI2

Cadmium Hydroxide Cd(OH)2

Cadmium Sulfide CdS

Cadmium Nitride Cd3N2

Cadmium Amide Cd(NH2)2

Cadmium Phosphides Cd3P2, CdP2, CdP4

Cadmium Arsenides Cd3As2, CdAs2

Diethylcadmium Cd(C2H5)2

Cadmium Carbonate CdCO3

Cadmium Acetate Cd(CH3COO)2

Cadmium Cyanide Cd(CN)2

Potassium Tetracyanocadmate KaCd(CN)4

Cadmium Thiocyanate Cd(SCN)2

Cadmium Silicate Cd2SiO4

Cadmium Ferrate (III) CdFe2O4

Mercury (II) Oxychloride HgCl2 • 4H2O

Mercury (II) Bromide HgBr2

Potassium Triiodomercurate (II) KHgI3.H2O

Copper (I) Tetraiodomercurate (II) Cu2HgI4

Mercury (II) Sulfide HgS

Mercury (II) Selenide HgSe

Mercury (II) Amide Chloride HgNH2Cl

Diamminemercury (II) Dichloride HgCl2 • 2NH3

Mercury (II) Iminobromide Hg2(NH)Br2

Millon's Base NHg2OH • xH2O

Bromide of Millon's Base NHg2Br

Mercury (I) Thionitrosylate [Hg2(NS)2]x

Mercury (II) Thionitrosylate [Hg(NS)2]x

Diethylmercury Hg(C2H5)2

Mercury (I) Acetate Hg2(CH3COO)2

Mercury (II) Acetate Hg(CH3COO)2

Mercury (II) Cyanide Hg(CN)2

Potassium Tetracyanomercurate (II) K2Hg(CN)4

Mercury (I) Thiocyanate Hg2(SCN)2

Mercury (II) Thiocyanate Hg(SCN)2

Potassium Tetrathiocyanomercurate (II) K2Hg(SCN)4

Section 21. Scandium, Yttrium, Rare Earths

Pure Scandium Compounds

Treatment of Monazite Sand

Treatment of Gadolinite

Pure La, Pr and Nd Compounds from Cerium Earths by Ion Exchange

Pure Cerium Compounds

Pure Samarium Compounds

Pure Europium Compounds

Pure Ytterbium Compounds

Metallic Rare Earths

Rare Earth Trichlorides LnCl3 (Anhydrous)

Rare Earth Tribromides LnBr3 (Anhydrous)

Rare Earth Triiodides Lnl3 (Anhydrous)

Rare Earth Dihalides LnX2 (Anhydrous)

Cerium (III) Oxide Ce2O3

Praseodymium (IV) Oxide PrO2

Rare Earth Hydroxides Ln(OH)3 (Crystalline)

Lanthanum Sulfide La2S3

Lanthanum Selenides La2Se3, La2Se4

La, Ce, Pr and Nd Monochalcogenides LnS, LnSe, LnTe

Europium (II) Chalcogenides EuS, EuSe, EuTe

Rare Earth Sulfates Ln2(SO4)3 • nH2O

Rare Earth Nitrides LnN

Rare Earth Nitrates Ln(NO3)3 (Anhydrous)

Rare Earth Cyclopentadienides Ln(C5H5)3

Section 22. Titanium, Zirconium, Hafnium, Thorium

Titanium Ti

Zirconium, Hafnium Zr, Hf

Thorium Th

Separation of Zirconium and Hafnium

Titanium, Zirconium and Thorium Hydrides

Titanium (H) Chloride, Bromide and Iodide TiCl2, TiBr2, TiI2

Titanium (ΙII) Chloride, Bromide and Iodide TiCl3 TiCl3 • 6H2O; TiBr3, TiBr3 • 6H2O; TiI3

Titanium (IV) Chloride TiCl4

Ammonium Hexachlorotitanate (NH4)2[TiCl6]

Titanium (IV) Bromide TiBr4

Zirconium (IV), Hafnium (IV) and Thorium (IV) Chlorides and Bromides ZrCl4 , HfCl4, ThCl4; ZrBr4 , HfBr4, ThBr4

Thorium Chloride ThCl4.8H2O4

Titanium (IV), Zirconium (IV) and Thorium (IV) Iodides Til4 (ZrI4, ThI4)

Titanium (III) Oxychloride TiOCI

Titanium (IV) Oxychloride TiOCl2

Zirconium Oxychloride ZrOCl2 • 8H2O

Hafnium Oxychloride

Lower Titanium Oxides TiO, Ti2O3

Titanium (IV) Oxide TiO2

Titanium (IV) Oxide Hydrate TiO2 • nH2O

Peroxotitanic Acid H4TiO5

Zirconium (IV) Oxide ZrO2

Hafnium (IV) Oxide HfO2

Thorium (IV) Oxide ThO2

Titanium, Zirconium and Thorium Sulfides TiS3, TiS3, TiS


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Georg Brauer