By McGraw-Hill

ISBN-10: 0071410465

ISBN-13: 9780071410465

ISBN-10: 0071417974

ISBN-13: 9780071417976

Pocket-size dictionary of chemistry, together with themes in analytical, inorganic, natural, actual, and polymer chemistry; and spectroscopy. in line with the McGraw-Hill Dictionary of clinical and Technical phrases. widely revised. prior version: c1997. Softcover.

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Mo¯nиyəm səl fı¯d } ammonium tartrate [ORG CHEM] C4H12N2O6 Colorless, monoclinic crystals; used in textiles and in medicine. 6ЊC; soluble in water, acetone, alcohol, and ammonia; used in analytical chemistry, freezing solutions, fabric dyeing, electroplating, photography, and steel pickling. { ə mo¯nиyəm thı¯иo¯ sı¯иə na¯t } ammonium vanadate [INORG CHEM] NH4VO3 A white to yellow, water-soluble, crystalline powder; used in inks and as a paint drier and textile mordant. { ə mo¯nиyəm vanиə da¯t } ammonolysis [CHEM] 1.

Mo¯nиyəm stir a¯t } ammonium sulfamate [INORG CHEM] NH4OSO2NH2 White crystals with a melting point of 130ЊC; soluble in water; used for flameproofing textiles, in electroplating, and as an herbicide to control woody plant species. { ə mo¯nиyəm səlиfə ma¯t } ammonium sulfate [INORG CHEM] (NH4)2SO4 Colorless, rhombic crystals which melt at 140ЊC and are soluble in water. { ə mo¯nиyəm səl fa¯t } ammonium sulfide [INORG CHEM] (NH4)2S Yellow crystals, stable only when dry and below 0ЊC; decomposes on melting; soluble in water and alcohol; used in photographic developers and for coloring brasses and bronzes.

A¨rsиənиik dı¯ səl fı¯d } arsenic oxide [INORG CHEM] 1. An oxide of arsenic. 2. See arsenic pentoxide; arsenic trioxide. { a¨rsиənиik a¨k sı¯d } arsenic pentasulfide [INORG CHEM] As2S5 Yellow crystals that are insoluble in water and readily decompose to the trisulfide and sulfur; used as a pigment. { a¨rsиənи ik pentиə səl fı¯d } arsenic pentoxide [INORG CHEM] As2O5 A white, deliquescent compound that decomposes by heat and is soluble in water. Also known as arsenic oxide. { a¨rsиənи ik pent a¨k sı¯d } arsenic trichloride [INORG CHEM] AsCl3 An oily, colorless liquid that dissolves in water; used in ceramics, organic chemical syntheses, and in the preparation of pharmaceuticals.

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