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Weak complexes of sulphur and selenium. Part I. Complex species of SO2, SOCl2, and SO2Cl2 with chloride, bromide, and iodide ions
The formation of 1 : 1 complex species between SO2, SOCl2, SO2Cl2, and Cl–, Br–, and l– is reported. The stability constants of the SO2X– species were determined in acetonitrile, dimethyl sulphoxide,Expand
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Weak complexes of sulphur and selenium. Part II. Complex species of SO2, SOCl2, and SO2Cl2 with the thiocyanate ligand
The formation of 1 : 1 complex species between SO2, SOCl2, and SO2Cl2 with the SCN– ligand is reported in dilute solutions. Their thermodynamic constants point to a weak association of aExpand
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Weak complexes of sulphur and selenium: a thermodynamic view on solvent effects in mixed solvents
Abstract The effect of mixed solvent on complex stability is discussed from a thermodynamic standpoint. The variation in the free energy of formation for a complex species in different solventExpand
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Kinetic Energy Release in 23-MeV Deuteron Fission of U 238
Average recoil ranges have been measured for six fission products formed by reactions of 23-MeV ${\mathrm{H}}^{2}$ with ${\mathrm{U}}^{238}$. The ranges of products from near-symmetric fissionExpand
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Solutions in selenic acid. Part 9. Higher acids of selenic acid; the SeO3–H2SeO4 system
The SeO3–H2SeO4 system has been studied cryoscopically. A maximum freezing point of 18.84 ± 0.01 °C indicated the existence of diselenic acid H2Se2O7. Self-dissociation in diselenic acid is discussedExpand
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A Kinetic Study of the Oxydation of Glyoxal by Peroxydisulphate
Here k0 is the observed rate constant of the reaction and its value from Fig. 1 equals 2-3 x 10~ sec. Figure 2 shows that the logarithm of [S2Of~] decreased linearly with time at comparatively higherExpand
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