Chemical analysis: an advanced text and reference
Equilibrium and activity; Acid-base equilibria in water; Acid-base equilibria in nonaqueous solvents; Applications of acid base titrations; Solubility of precipates; the formation of precipitates; Colloidal properties of precipitates; Aging of precipitates; Contamination of precipitates; Thermal decomposition and volatilization.
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AcidBase Equilibria in Water
AcidBase Equilibria in Nonaqueous Solvents
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