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By Arthur Martell, Robert M. Smith

Over the previous fifteen years the fee on Equilibrium facts of the Analytical department of the Inter­ nationwide Union of natural and utilized Chemistry has been sponsoring a noncritical compilation of steel advanced formation constants and comparable equilibrium constants. This paintings was once wide in scope and ended in the ebook of 2 huge volumes of balance Constants via the Chemical Society (London). the 1st quantity, edited through L. G. Sillen (for inorganic ligands) and through A. E. Martell (for natural ligands), was once released in 1964 and lined the literature via 1962. the second one quantity, subtitled complement No. 1, edited through L. G. Sillen and E. Hogfeldt (for inorganic ligands) and by means of A. E. Martell and R. M. Smith (for natural ligands), used to be released in 1971 and coated the literature as much as 1969. those huge compilations tried to hide all papers within the box with regards to steel complicated equilibria (heats, entropies, and loose energies). because it used to be the coverage of the fee in the course of that interval to prevent judgements in regards to the caliber and reliability of the printed paintings, the compilation might usually comprise from ten to 20 values for a unmarried equilibrium consistent. in lots of instances the values could fluctuate by way of one or maybe orders of significance, therefore challenging readers who desired to use the knowledge with no doing the broad literature research essential to verify the right kind worth of the consistent in question.

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8d -1. 0d 16d d -1. zd +0. 1 -z. 4 +0. 79 z. L 6 ML 6 /M. 8Z 4. 5; j Z0°, 1. 9 -1. 0 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS II. LS ML 5 /M. L z MLZ/M. 8Z. L 2 MLZ/M. 85. Zd 8d 1. 37. 3. 95~ 5. l6. 45~ 4. 58 zoo' 1. 9d 9. 95~ 11. 36~ ' lld 19d -1. 3d z. 40~ ±0. 1 d -1. 98. 79 CIS zso! 0 lld 19d (16)d 10d 18d z. L z MLz/M. o A. MONO-CARBOXYLIC ACIDS 27 Hydroxyacetic acid (continued) Metal ion ---z+ Fe Co 2+ N"2+ ~ Cu 2+ Fe 3+ zn 2+ CdZ+ PbZ+ In 3+ Log K 25°! L d 1. 52 d 1. 05 1. 68 ~H ~s 25°! 31 MH-l LzlMH-l L. 36e 1.

51 1. 29 1. L. t>S 25 °! 0 Log K 25°! 1 Log K 25°! 0 Log K 25°! 0 t>H 25°! 02 (1. 4) (23) 1. 4 Log K 18°, 0 1. 46 1. 34 1. 30 ca 2+ HL Nitroacetic acid r 10-18°, 0 t>H 18°! 0 (1) r t>S 18°! 0 (11) II. 48 Bibliography: H+ 37DLa,39EW,5lBB,67WG,72BF,74MK Ag+ 67VS Log K 25°! 0 L'IH 25°, 0 L'IS 25°! 3 23 MONO-CARBOXYLIC ACIDS A. 08a (C 3H7 ) 4NI used as background electrolyte. L H2L/HL. 40a a (C 3H7 ) 4NI used as background electrolyte. Bibliography: 57WB CARBOXYLIC ACIOS II. 8 1. 33 1. 62 ±0. L b 25° , 0 .

95~ 11. 36~ ' lld 19d -1. 3d z. 40~ ±0. 1 d -1. 98. 79 CIS zso! 0 lld 19d (16)d 10d 18d z. L z MLz/M. o A. MONO-CARBOXYLIC ACIDS 27 Hydroxyacetic acid (continued) Metal ion ---z+ Fe Co 2+ N"2+ ~ Cu 2+ Fe 3+ zn 2+ CdZ+ PbZ+ In 3+ Log K 25°! L d 1. 52 d 1. 05 1. 68 ~H ~s 25°! 31 MH-l LzlMH-l L. 36e 1. L 1. 0; 1. 97 ±0. 0; Log K 25°, 0 1. L Ag+ Log K 25°! 2+ ,N~ Ag+ 64SM PbZ+ 65BWa,71BV II. 2l)d,z -1. 73 (1. 3 d -1. 2; ( -1) ( -2) (-9)d (15)~ ( -3) . . 1 lsomerlsm z optlca MONO-CARBOXYLIC ACIDS A.

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