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The Chemistry of Oxygen provides a comprehensive coverage of the structure, properties, behavior, and chemical reaction of oxygen. The title first details the general information on oxygen, such as the history, occurrence, and various properties. Next, the selection deals with oxygen atoms and ions. Chapter 3 talks about oxide as a class, while Chapter 4 covers the physical and chemical properties of water. The text also details various compounds that have oxygen, such as oxygen fluorides and hydrogen peroxide. The ninth chapter covers the ozone and its related species, and the last chapter discusses other species containing O3 and O4 groups. The book will be of great use to researchers and practitioners of chemistry related discipline.
2. Oxygen Atoms and Ions
3. Oxides as a Class
5. Oxygen Fluorides
6. Hydrogen Peroxide
7. Peroxides and Related Compounds
8. Ozone and Related Species
9. Other Species Containing O3 and O4 Groups
Contents of Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry
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- © Pergamon 1973
- 1st January 1973
- eBook ISBN:
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