The Chemistry of Aqua Ions: Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity: ATour Through the Periodic Table of the Elements
Wiley, 8 abr. 1997 - 592 páginas
This book has been written at a time when environmental issues and the move towards "clean technology" is driving synthetic chemists away from organic based solvent systems and towards water as the preferred medium of the future. The paints industry has already moved to aqueous based products. Metal aqua complexes are widely used in the areas of catalysis, dyes and pigments and in hydrometallurgy where a complete understanding of the metal ions in aqueous media is highly desirable.
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Acta Chem alkaline alum anions aqua dimer aqua ion aqueous chemistry aqueous solution atom bond cationic characterised Chem Chim complex formation compounds concentrations coworkers Dalton Trans diffraction dilute dimer dissociative electronic spectrum energy EXAFS Fe(OH Figure geometry Group 6 elements HClO4 hexaaqua Hpts hydration number hydration shell hydrolysis hydrolytic incoming ligand Inorg ionic kinetic kJ mol labile lanthanides measurements mechanism Merbach metal ions method monomeric MT's NCST neutron neutron diffraction niobium observed octahedral orbitals outer-sphere oxidation oxidising oxygen Phys polynuclear presence proton range rate constants rate law reduction refs relevant resonance result Ru(OH salt Section species spectra stable structure studies substitution reactions Sykes temperature tetrahedral Ti(OH transition metal trigonal trimer trinuclear trivalent values water exchange water ligands water molecules X-ray