Encyclopedia of the Elements: Technical Data - History - Processing - Applications

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John Wiley & Sons, 8 Ιαν 2008 - 1309 σελίδες
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Famous for its history of numerous element discoverers, Sweden is the origin of this comprehensive encylopedia of the elements.
It provides both an important database for professionals as well as detailed reading ranging from historical facts, discoverers' portraits, colour plates of mineral types, natural occurrences, and industrial figures to winning and refining processes, biological roles and applications in modern chemistry, engineering and industry.
Elemental data is presented in fact tables which include numerous physical and thermodynamic properties, isotope lists, radiation absorption characteristics, NMR parameters, and others. Further pertinent data is supplied in additional tables throughout the text.
Published in Swedish in three volumes from 1998 to 2000, the contents have been revised and expanded by the author for this English edition.
 

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Preface
xxxvii
Color Plates
xxxix
1 Introduction
1
2 About Matter
23
3 The Elements Origin Occurrence Discovery And Names
55
4 Geochemistry
79
5 Gold
99
6 Silver
123
27 Manganese
625
28 Technetium
643
29 Rhenium
655
30 Cobalt
667
31 Nickel
685
32 Platinum Group Metals
707
33 Zinc
759
34 Cadmium
777

7 Copper
139
8 Iron
167
9 Hydrogen
215
10 Blowpipe and Spectroscope Important Tools for Discovering Elements
235
11 Sodium and Potassium
259
12 Lithium
287
13 Rubidium and Cesium
301
14 Magnesium and Calcium
315
15 Beryllium
341
16 Strontium and Barium
355
17 Scandium Yttrium Lanthanum and the 14 Lanthanides Rare Earth Metals REMs
373
18 Titanium
493
19 Zirconium
511
20 Hafnium
523
21 Vanadium
531
22 Niobium
549
23 Tantalum
561
24 Chromium
571
25 Molybdenum
589
26 Tungsten
605
35 Mercury
791
36 Boron
805
37 Aluminum
819
38 Gallium Indium and Thallium
845
39 Carbon
869
40 Silicon
897
41 Germanium
923
42 Tin
935
43 Lead
949
44 Nitrogen
971
45 Phosphorus
989
46 Arsenic Antimony and Bismuth
1001
47 Oxygen
1027
48 Sulfur
1045
49 Selenium and Tellurium
1059
50 Halogens
1073
51 Noble Gases
1109
52 Radioactive Elements
1141
Index
1215
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Per Enghag graduated from the Swedish School of Mining and Metallurgy in Filipstad and from Stockholm University, Sweden. He got his Doctor's degree in chemistry in Uppsala in 1973 and was appointed associate professor (docent) in Materials Chemistry in 1986. During the 1960s he was director for the School of Mining and Metallurgy and lectured in physical and applied chemistry. Before and after that period, he worked in R&D at the Swedish Institute for Metal Research, at the Axel Johnson Institute for Industrial Research, and in industry. From 1980 on, he has run his own company, Materialteknik (Applied Materials Technology). From that position he has worked with research planning and education in Sweden and abroad, also for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). At the new University in Orebro, he contributed by building up a Materials Technology Laboratory.

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