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Solubility Data Series

IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series 85

Transition and 12–14 Main Group Metals, Lanthanide, Actinide, and Ammonium Halates

Hiroshi Miyamoto, Ryo Miyamoto, Cezary Guminski, Mark Salomon, Christo Balarew, E. V. Zagnit'ko, Jitka Eysseltova, and Jean-Jacques Counioux
IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. 85.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data
, Vol. 37, No. 2, p. 933, 2008
DOI 10.1063/1.2804088

This paper is the fourth and final volume in the halate solubility series. The solubility data for halates of transition metals, lanthanides, actinides, ammonium, and metallic elements of the main groups 12–14 are reviewed. Where appropriate, binary, ternary, and multicomponent systems are critically evaluated. Most of the solubility results were obtained in water or aqueous solutions of electrolytes. The solubility in organic solvents and aqueous-organic solvent mixtures is also collected in this volume. All these data were critically examined for their reliability. The best values were selected on the basis of critical evaluations and presented in tabular form. Fitting equations and graphical plots are also provided. When numerical data were not reported in an original publication, they were read out from figures and digitized by the compilers. The quantities, units, and symbols used in this volume are in accord with IUPAC recommendations. We always reported the original data and, if necessary, transferred them into the IUPAC recommended units and symbols. The literature on the solubility data was researched through 2002. The halates of these metals play a role in industrial processes. For example, some halates are essential as catalysts, heat stabilizers, and blanching reagents for manufacturing polymer products such as textiles and resins. Some iodates are used in pyrotechnic compounds for weather modification and colored smoke generation. The nonlinear halate crystals are important in construction of optical devices.
2008 American Institute of Physics.

 

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