Physicochemical Measurements - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080215785, 9781483140223

Physicochemical Measurements

1st Edition

Catalogue of Reference Materials from National Laboratories

Authors: Unknown Author
eBook ISBN: 9781483140223
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1976
Page Count: 14
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Physicochemical Measurements: Catalogue of Reference Materials from National Laboratories offers information on chemicals, including their density, magnetic susceptibility, calorimetry, molecular conductance, and thermal conductivity.
The catalog first offers information on acidimetry, calorimetry, and spectrophotometry and tristimulus colorimetry. The chemicals examined include potassium hydrogen, boric and benzoic acids, heptane, neopentane, and aluminum oxide. The text then presents data on density, dielectric constants, differential thermal analysis, magnetic susceptibility, and molar conductance. The chemicals evaluated include cyclohexane, kerosene, toluene, chlorobenzene, carbon tetrachloride, potassium nitrate, indium, tin, aluminum, platinum, and potassium chloride. The book discusses the molecular weight of polymers, refractive index, relative humidity, specular spectral reflectance, and surface tension. The text also takes a look at thermal conductivity and emissivity and vapor pressure.
The catalog is a dependable reference for readers interested in the composition, characteristics, and reactions of chemicals.

Table of Contents

Index To Contents

  1. Acidimetry
  2. Calorimetry A. Heat Capacity B. Heat of Transition and Fusion C. Heat of Combustion D. Solution Calorimetry
  3. Spectrophotometry and Tristimulus Colorimetry
  4. Density
  5. Dielectric Constants (Permittivity)
  6. Differential Thermal Analysis
  7. Magnetic Susceptibility
  8. Molar Conductance
  9. Molecular Weight Polymers
  10. Mössbauer Differential Chemical Shift
  11. pH
  12. pD
  13. Polarimetry-Saccharimetry
  14. Reductometry-Oxidimetry
  15. Refractive Index
  16. Relative Humidity
  17. Specular Spectral Reflectance
  18. Surface Area
  19. Surface Tension
  20. Thermal Conductivity
  21. Thermal Emissivity
  22. Thermal Expansion
  23. Thermometric Fixed Points
  24. Vapour Pressure
  25. Viscosity A. Liquids B. Glasses Countries Reporting


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