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Chemie, Química, Chimie, Chimica, Chemistry

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ACS (W3)

"ACS" steht für "American Chemical Society".

(E?)(L?) http://www.acs.org/

ACS is a congressionally chartered independent membership organization which represents professionals at all degree levels and in all fields of chemistry and sciences that involve chemistry.


Erstellt: 2011-06

alanwood
Compendium of Pesticide Common Names

(E6)(L1) http://www.alanwood.net/pesticides/


(E6)(L1) http://www.alanwood.net/pesticides/index_cn_frame.html

Index of Common Names


Erstellt: 2010-06

americanchemistry
Plastics Glossary

(E?)(L?) http://www.americanchemistry.com/

Resources: Info Sheets for Media:


(E?)(L?) http://www.americanchemistry.com/s_plastics/sec_content.asp?CID=1185&DID=4422

glossary
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Bradford-Test (W3)

Der "Bradford-Test" wurde nach dem amerikanischen Biochemiker "Marion M. Bradford" benannt.

(E?)(L?) http://www.chemie.de/lexikon/Bradford-Test.html

Der Bradford-Test ist eine photometrische Methode zur quantitativen Bestimmung von Proteinen, die sehr empfindlich ist (im Bereich Mikrogramm pro Milliliter).[1]
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1 Bradford, M.M. (1976): A rapid and sensitive method for the quantitation of microgram quantities of protein utilizing the principle of protein-dye binding. In: Anal. Biochem. Bd. 72, S. 248-254. PMID 942051 doi:10.1016/0003-2697(76)90527-3


(E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bradford-Test

Der Bradford-Test ist eine photometrische Methode zur quantitativen Bestimmung von Proteinen bis zu Konzentration im Bereich Mikrogramm pro Milliliter. Er ist nach dem amerikanischen Biochemiker Marion M. Bradford benannt.
...


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Bradford-Test
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Bradford-Test" taucht in der Literatur nicht signifikant auf.

Erstellt: 2012-02

C

Carbon Nanotube Technology (W3)

Engl. "Nanotube", "nano tube" ("NT") = dt. "Nanoröhrchen" gehört in das Reich der Chemie. "Nanotube" setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "nãnos" = dt. "Zwerg" (bei Maßangaben entspricht "nano" = "10**-9") und engl. "tube" für "Röhre" (lat. "tuba" = "Röhre", "Tube", vgl. dt. "Tube", "Tuba").

Engl. "Nanotube" und engl. "Carbon Nanotube" ("CNT") bzw. dt. "Nanoröhrchen" und "Kohlenstoffnanoröhren", werden dabei synonym verwendet. Der "Carbon"-Anteil geht dabei zurück auf lat. "carbo" = "Kohle" und steht für "Kohlenstoff". Die "Kohlenstoffnanoröhrchen" wurden im Jahr 1991 vom dem Japaner Sumio Iijima entdeckt. Die "Röhre" wird durch die entsprechend angeordneten Kohlenstoffatome gebildet. Das Besodere an Nanotubes ist ihre bis zu 20 mal höhere Zugfestigkeit als Stahl. Dabei sind sie flexibel und können je nach Anordnung der Kohlenstoffatome Leiter, Halbleiter oder Isolatoren sein.

Die "Kohlenstoffnanoröhrchen" werden ganz grob in drei Gruppen aufgeteilt: Der Durchmesser liegt je nach Art bei 0,4nm bis 500nm. Die Länge kann variiert werden und geht bis mehrere Mikrometer.

(E?)(L?) http://portal.acs.org/portal/Navigate?nodeid=841
Carbon Nanotubes - 7/9/07

(E?)(L2) http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/956965/carbon-nanotube
carbon nanotube (chemical compound)

(E?)(L?) http://www.nano-sicherheit.de/dynasite.cfm?dsmid=10891
Carbon Nanotubes (CNT), Kohlenstoff-Nanoröhrchen

(E?)(L?) http://www.oqlf.gouv.qc.ca/ressources/bibliotheque/dictionnaires/terminologie_nanotechnologie/anglais.html
carbon nanotube | carbon nanotube display | carbon nanotube FED | carbon nanotube field-emission display | multi-wall carbon nanotube | multi-walled carbon nanotube | single-wall carbon nanotube | single-walled carbon nanotube

(E2)(L1) http://dictionary.reference.com/
carbon nanotube

(E?)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/Computer_Science/Nanotechnology
Carbon Nanotube Technology

(E?)(L?) http://www.wordinfo.info/words/index/info/list/C
Word Unit: Carbon Nanotubes (out of the laboratory and producing real applications).

Erstellt: 2010-11

chem1
Chemical resources for students

(E?)(L?) http://www.chem1.com/chemed/genchem.shtml

On this page:


chemistry
Molecule of the Week

(E?)(L?) http://www.chemistry.org/portal/Chemistry
pages for chemistry professionals, educators, students at all levels, policy makers and enthusiasts. "Molecule of the week"; interactive periodic table, ...; searchabe;

(E?)(L?) http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/molecule-of-the-week/archive.html

Molecule of the Week has been a popular feature on this site since 2001. Many molecules are suggested by chemists and chemistry enthusiasts. Every structure is reviewed by a scientist and displayed in 3-D and flat images with a brief description.

Each week’s molecule also links to a sample record from the CAS Registry, which is searched using SciFinder. Each record displays the registry number, index name and synonyms, bibliographic information, and more.




Chemtrail (W3)

(E1)(L1) http://www.worldwidewords.org/turnsofphrase/tp-che1.htm
Diese engl. Wort wurde in den 1990er Jahren in Anlehnung an engl. "contrail" = "Kondensstreifen" gebildet. Auf der angeführten Seite kann man einige - auch bedenkliche - Beispiele für mögliche chemische "Zusätze zum Kondensstreifen" finden. Eine mehr oder weniger friedliche Nutzung ist z.B. das Verteilen von Bariumsalzen um Wolken zum Abregnen zu veranlassen.

Coronium (W2)

Während der Sonnenfinsternis am 07.08.1869 wurde eine Auffälligkeit in der Spektralanalyse der Sonnen-Korona eintdeckt. Fälschlicherweise postulierten man ein neues Element und nannte es "Coronium" nach der "Corona" der Sonne ("Sonnenkranz", "Sonnenring").

(E?)(L?) http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/list_element.php


(E?)(L?) http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/element.php?sym=Fe


(E?)(L?) http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/element.php?sym=N


(E?)(L?) http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/element.php?sym=O

Just as Helium was discovered by means of spectroscopical analysis of the the sun, there were a few other elements discovered in the spectra of stars and nebulae which are not known on earth: "Coronium" and "Nebulium" ("Oxygen"). But, it was found out that the unusual spectral lines originated from known elements in unusual conditions.

A strange green line in the spectrum of the suns "corona", observed during the solar eclipse of 7 August 1869, was ascribed to the presence of a new element which was called "Coronium". (Cf. "Geocoronium" ("Nitrogen"). Only in 1939 the real meaning of the green "Coronium" line was found: the lines come from [Fe XIV] and Coronium was placed on the list of non-existent elements


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environmentalchemistry
Periodic Table of Elements

(E?)(L1) http://www.environmentalchemistry.com/yogi/periodic/
Zu jedem Element gibt es eine wirklich umfangreiche Seite mit vielen Informationen!


This periodic table of elements provides comprehensive data on the chemical elements including scores of properties, element names in many languages and most known nuclides (Isotopes). Below the table there is a "Chemical Elements Sorted By" section with links that will sort chemical elements by various properties.

Actinium Ac 89 Aluminum Al 13 Americium Am 95 Antimony Sb 51 Argon Ar 18 Arsenic As 33 Astatine At 85 Barium Ba 56 Berkelium Bk 97 Beryllium Be 4 Bismuth Bi 83 Bohrium Bh 107 Boron B 5 Bromine Br 35 Cadmium Cd 48 Calcium Ca 20 Californium Cf 98 Carbon C 6 Cerium Ce 58 Cesium Cs 55 Chlorine Cl 17 Chromium Cr 24 Cobalt Co 27 Copper Cu 29 Curium Cm 96 Darmstadtium Ds 110 Dysprosium Dy 66 Einsteinium Es 99 Erbium Er 68 Europium Eu 63 Fermium Fm 100 Fluorine F 9 Francium Fr 87 Gadolinium Gd 64 Gallium Ga 31 Germanium Ge 32 Gold Au 79 Hafnium Hf 72 Hassium Hs 108 Helium He 2 Holmium Ho 67 Hydrogen H 1 Indium In 49 Iodine I 53 Iridium Ir 77 Iron Fe 26 Lanthanum La 57 Lawrencium Lr 103 Lead Pb 82 Lithium Li 3 Lutetium Lu 71 Magnesium Mg 12 Manganese Mn 25 Meitnerium Mt 109 Mendelevium Md 101 Mercury Hg 80 Molybdenum Mo 42 Neodymium Nd 60 Neon Ne 10 Neptunium Np 93 Nickel Ni 28 Niobium Nb 41 Nitrogen N 7 Nobelium No 102 Osmium Os 76 Oxygen O 8 Palladium Pd 46 Phosphorus P 15 Platinum Pt 78 Plutonium Pu 94 Polonium Po 84 Potassium K 19 Praseodymium Pr 59 Promethium Pm 61 Protactinium Pa 91 Radium Ra 88 Radon Rn 86 Rhenium Re 75 Rhodium Rh 45 Roentgenium Rg 111 Rubidium Rb 37 Ruthenium Ru 44 Rutherfordium Rf 104 Samarium Sm 62 Scandium Sc 21 Seaborgium Sg 106 Selenium Se 34 Silicon Si 14 Silver Ag 47 Sodium Na 11 Strontium Sr 38 Sulfur S 16 Tantalum Ta 73 Technetium Tc 43 Tellurium Te 52 Terbium Tb 65 Thorium Th 90 Thulium Tm 69 Tin Sn 50 Titanium Ti 22 Tungsten W 74 Uranium U 92 Vanadium V 23 Xenon Xe 54 Ytterbium Yb 70 Yttrium Y 39 Zinc Zn 30 Zirconium Zr 40


Chemical Elements Sorted By:
Atomic Radius | Boiling Point | Covanlent Radius | Cross Section | Crystal Structure | Density | Electrical Conductivity | Electronegativity (Pauling) | Heat of Vaporization | Ionic Radius | Ionization Potential | Mass Average | Melting Point (Freezing Point) | Name (English) | Series | Symbol | Thermal Conductivity | Year of Discovery

(E?)(L1) http://www.environmentalchemistry.com/yogi/periodic/name.html
Periodic Table of Elements: Sorted by Name - This site offers comprehensive information for each element including: who, when & where; up to 40 properties (chemical & physical); over 3,600 nuclides (isotopes); over 4,400 nuclide decay modes; the element names in 10 different languages; and more. In addition chemistry and technical terms are linked to their definitions in the site's chemistry and environmental dictionary.

everypoet
Chemistry and poetry together as never before
The Periodic Table of Poetry
Click on your favorite element for a poem

(E6)(L1) http://www.everypoet.com/absurdities/elements/

Click an element from the list to the left or the Periodic Table below to read original poems about, inspired by, reminiscent of or otherwise related to that element.

Elements:
Actinium | Aluminum | Americium | Antimony | Argon | Arsenic | Astatine | Barium | Berkelium | Beryllium | Bismuth | Boron | Bromine | Cadmium | Calcium | Californium | Carbon | Cerium | Cesium | Chlorine | Chromium | Cobalt | Copper | Curium | Dysprosium | Einsteinium | Erbium | Europium | Fermium | Fluorine | Francium | Gadolinium | Gallium | Germanium | Gold | Hafnium | Hahnium | Hassium | Helium | Holmium | Hydrogen | Indium | Iodine | Iridium | Iron | Lanthanum | Lawrencium | Lead | Lithium | Lutetium | Magnesium | Manganese | Meitnerium | Mendelevium | Mercury | Molybdenum | Neilsborium | Neodymium | Neon | Neptunium | Nickel | Niobium | Nitrogen | Nobelium | Osmium | Oxygen | Palladium | Phosphorus | Platinum | Plutonium | Polonium | Potassium | Praseodymium | Promethium | Protactinium | Radium | Radon | Rhenium | Rhodium | Rubidium | Ruthenium | Rutherfordium | Samarium | Scandium | Seaborgium | Selenium | Silicon | Silver | Sodium | Strontium | Sulfur | Tantalum | Technetium | Tellurium | Terbium | Thalium | Thorium | Thulium | Tin | Titanium | Tungsten | Uranium | Vanadium | Xenon | Ytterbium | Yttrium | Zinc | Zirconium


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Geocoronium (W3)

Ein weiteres in der Sonnen-Korona vermutetes Element nannte man "Geocoronium", da "Coronium" bereits für ein anderes fälschlicherweise vermutetes Element vergeben war und dieses nun näher erdnäher entdeckt wurde.

(E?)(L?) http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/element.php?sym=N

During the eclipse of 1869, astronomers recorded unexpected spectral lines in the Sun's corona that they ascribed to the presence of a new element which they called Coronium (see Iron). Similar lines were later discovered to originate nearer the Earth; these were attributed to Geocoronium. The Swedish astrophysicist Bengt Edlén found in the 1950s that the lines thought to be caused by Geocoronium were produced by atomic Nitrogen emitting radiation in the Earth's upper atmosphere.


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hyle
International Journal for Philosophy and Chemistry

(E?)(L?) http://www.hyle.org/
Ästhetik in der Chemie

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infoplease
Periodic Table

(E?)(L?) http://www.infoplease.com/periodictable.php
Interactive periodic table of the elements: atomic weight, melting/boiling points, more

(E?)(L?) http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0905215.html

The Periodic Table


(E?)(L?) http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0001826.html

Chemical Elements Table

| Actinium | Aluminum | Americium | Antimony | Argon | Arsenic | Astatine | Balard | Barium | Bergman | Berkelium | Beryllium | Berzelius | Bismuth | Bohrium | Boron | Bromine | Cadmium | Calcium | Californium | Carbon | Cerium | Cesium | Chlorine | Chromium | Cobalt | Copper | Curium | Darmstadtium | Dubnium | Dysprosium | Einsteinium | Erbium | Europium | Fermium | Fluorine | Francium | Gadolinium | Gallium | Germanium | Gold | Hafnium | Hassium | Helium | Holmium | Hydrogen | Indium | Iodine | Iridium | Iron | Lanthanum | Lawrencium | Lead | Lithium | Lutetium | Magnesium | Manganese | Marignac | Meitnerium | Mendelevium | Mercury | Molybdenum | Neodymium | Neon | Neptunium | Nickel | Nilson | Niobium | Nitrogen | Nobelium | Osmium | Oxygen | Palladium | Phosphorous | Platinum | Plutonium | Polonium | Potassium | Praseodymium | Promethium | Protactinium | Radium | Radon | Rhenium | Rhodium | Roentgenium | Rubidium | Ruthenium | Rutherford | Rutherfordium | Samarium | Scandium | Seaborgium | Selenium | Silicon | Silver | Sodium | Strontium | Sulfur | Tantalum | Technetium | Tellurium | Terbium | Thallium | Thorium | Thulium | Tin | Titanium | Tungsten | Uranium | Vanadium | Xenon | Ytterbium | Yttrium | Zinc | Zirconium


iupac
Compendium of Chemical Terminology (IUPAC)

(E?)(L?) http://www.iupac.org/publications/compendium/
Etymologische Hinweise konnte ich in diesem "Compendium" nicht entdecken. Aber die große Wortliste kann als Grundlage für weitere Untersuchungen dienen und ist allemal nützlich zur Erklärung chemischer Begriffe.


This online version of the IUPAC Compendium of Chemical Terminology mostly corresponds to the second edition (1997), compiled by Alan D. McNaught and Andrew Wilkinson (Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK). Towards the end of 2003, work began on the addition of terms from more recent IUPAC recommendations, with the intention of eventually bringing the website into a condition in which it can be maintained up-to-date.


(E?)(L?) http://old.iupac.org/publications/compendium/A.html

| alpha-addition | alpha, beta | alpha-cleavage | alpha-decay | alpha-effect | alpha-elimination | alpha-oxo carbenes | alpha-particle | A-factor | `A' value | abatement (in atmospheric chemistry) | abeo- | ab initio calculations (1997, 69, 1139) | ab initio calculations (1999, 71, 1921) | abiological | abiotic | abiotic transformation | absolute activation analysis | absolute activity, | absolute configuration | absolute counting (in radioanalytical chemistry) | absolute electrode potential | absolute full energy peak efficiency | absolute lethal concentration (LC100) | absolute lethal dose (LD100) | absolute photopeak efficiency | absolute preconcentration (in trace analysis) | absorbance, A | absorbance matching (in spectrochemical analysis) | absorbed dose (of a substance) | absorbed dose (of radiation), D | absorbed electron coefficient (in in situ microanalysis) | absorbed electrons (in in situ microanalysis) | absorber | absorptance, alpha | absorption | absorption coefficient | absorption coefficient (in biology) | absorption cross-section, sigma | absorption factor | absorption intensity | absorption line | absorption pathlength (of a sample cell) | absorption spectrum | absorptivity | abstraction | abstraction process (in catalysis) | abundance sensitivity (in mass spectrometry) | ac | accelerating voltage (high voltage, V) scan (in mass spectrometry) | acceleration, a | acceleration energy (in in situ microanalysis) | acceleration of free fall, g | accelerator (in solvent extraction) | acceptable daily intake (ADI) (1993, 65, 2008) | acceptable daily intake, ADI (2004, 76, 1036) | acceptor number (AN) | accommodation coefficient | accretion (in atmospheric chemistry) | accuracy (of a measuring instrument) | accuracy (of measurement) | acenes | acetals | acetogenins | acetonides | acetylene black | acetylenes | acetylides | Acheson graphite | achiral | achirotopic | acid | acid anhydrides | acid-base indicator | acid-base titration | acid deposition (in atmospheric chemistry) | acid-labile sulfide | acidimetric titration | acidity | acidity constant | acidity function | acidosis | acid rain (in atmospheric chemistry) | acid thioanhydrides | aci-nitro compounds | actinic flux | actinometer | action spectrum | activated adsorption process | activated carbon | activated charcoal | activated complex | activation | activation (in electrochemical corrosion) | activation (in radiochemistry) | activation analysis (nuclear) | activation cross-section | activation energy (Arrhenius activation energy) | activation reaction | activator | active centre | active medium | active metal (in electrochemical corrosion) | active site (in heterogeneous catalysis) | active solid | active species | active state (in electrochemical corrosion) | active transport (in biology) | activity | activity (of a radioactive material), A | activity (relative activity), a | activity coefficient, f, gamma | acute toxicity | acylals | acyl anions | acyl carbenes | acyl cations | acyl groups | acyl halides | acylium ions | acyloins | acyloxyl radicals | acyl radicals | acyl species | added hydrogen | addend | addition | addition reaction | additive | additive (in polymer chemistry) | additive name | additivity of mass spectra | additivity principle | adduct | adduct ion (in mass spectrometry) | adhesion | adhesional wetting | adiabatic | adiabatic electron transfer | adiabatic ionization (in mass spectrometry) | adiabatic lapse rate (in atmospheric chemistry) | adiabatic photoreaction | adiabatic transition-state theory | adiabatic treatments of reaction rates | adjacent re-entry model (in polymer crystals) | adjusted retention volume (in chromatography) | adjuvant | ADMR | adsorbate | adsorbent | adsorber | adsorption | adsorption capacity | adsorption chromatography | adsorption complex | adsorption current | adsorption hysteresis | adsorption indicator | adsorption isobar | adsorption isostere | adsorption isotherm (1976, 46, 77) | adsorption isotherm (1996, 68, 1592) | adsorptive | advancement | advection (in atmospheric chemistry) | adverse effect | aeration (in atmospheric chemistry) | aerobe | | aerogel | aeromete (in atmospheric chemistry) | aerometric measurement (in atmospheric chemistry) | aerosol | affinity chromatography | affinity of reaction, A | after mass analysis (in mass spectrometry) | ageing (of precipitate) | agglomerate (in catalysis) | agglomeration | agglutination | aggregate (in catalysis) | aging (ageing) (of a polymer) | aglycon (aglycone) | agonist | agostic | agostic interaction | agranular carbon | air contaminant (in atmospheric chemistry) | air-lift bioreactor | air mass (in atmospheric chemistry) | air monitoring station (in atmospheric chemistry) | air pollutant | air pollution | air pollution index (air quality index) | air pollution survey (in atmospheric chemistry) | air quality characteristic (in atmospheric chemistry) | air resource management (in atmospheric chemistry) | air sampling network (in atmospheric chemistry) | Aitken particles | albedo | albumin | alcoholates | alcohols | alcoholysis | aldaric acids | aldazines | aldehydes | aldimines | alditols | aldoketoses | aldonic acids | aldoses | aldoximes | alert levels (in atmospheric chemistry) | alicyclic compounds | aliphatic compounds | aliquot (in analytical chemistry) | alkalimetric titration | alkaloids | alkalosis | alkanes | alkanium ions | alkenes | alkoxides | alkoxyamines | alkylenes | alkyl groups | alkylideneamino carbenes | alkylideneaminoxyl radicals | alkylideneaminyl radicals | alkylidene groups | alkylidenes | alkylidynes | alkyl radicals | alkynes | allele | allenes | allo- (in amino-acid nomenclature) | allometric | allosteric enzymes | allostery | allotriomorphic transition | allotropes | allotropic transition | allylic groups | allylic intermediates | allylic substitution reaction | alternancy symmetry | alternant | alternating copolymer | alternating copolymerization | alternating current | alternating voltage | altocumulus cloud (in atmospheric chemistry) | altostratus cloud (in atmospheric chemistry) | ambident | ambient air (in atmospheric chemistry) | ambient air quality (in atmospheric chemistry) | ambo | Ames/salmonella test | amic acids | amide hydrazones | amide oximes | amides | amidines | amidium ions | amidrazones | aminals | amine imides | amine imines | amine oxides | amines | amine ylides | aminimides | aminium ions | aminiumyl radical ions | amino-acid residue (in a polypeptide) | aminonitrenes | aminooxyl radicals | amino radicals | amino sugars | aminoxides | aminoxyl radicals | aminylenes | aminylium ions | aminyl oxides | aminyl radicals | ammonium compounds | ammonium imines | ammonium ylides | ammoniumyl radical ions | amorphous carbon | amount concentration, c | amount fraction, x (y for gaseous mixtures) | amount of substance, n | amount-of-substance concentration | amount-of-substance fraction, x | ampere | amperometric detection method (in electrochemical analysis) | amphipathic | amphiphilic | amphiprotic (solvent) | ampholytes | ampholytic polymer | amphoteric | amplification reaction | amplitude of alternating current | amplitude of alternating voltage | AM (0) sunlight | AM (1) sunlight | anabolism | anaerobe | anaesthetic | analgesic | analogue metabolism | analogue to digital converter (pulse) | analyte | analytical function | analytical instrument | analytical intercomparison | analytical portion | analytical pyrolysis | analytical quality control | analytical radiochemistry | analytical sample | analytical solution | analytical solution calorimetry | analytical unit (analyser) | anation | anchimeric assistance | aneroid barometer | Anger camera | angle | angle of observation | angle of optical rotation, alpha | angle strain | angular distribution | angular frequency, omega | angular momentum, L | angular overlap model (AOM) | anhydrides | anhydro bases | anilides | anils | anion | anion exchange | anion-exchange polymer | anion exchanger | anionic polymer | anionic polymerization | anionotropic rearrangement (or anionotropy) | anion radical | anisometric | anisotropy | annelation | annihilation | annulation | annulenes | annulenylidenes | anode | anodic transfer coefficient | anomeric effect | anomers | ansa compounds | antagonism | antagonist | antarafacial | anthelmint(h)ic | anthocyanidins | anthocyanins | anti | antiaromatic compounds | antiaromaticity (antithetical to aromaticity) | antibiotic | antibody | antibonding molecular orbital | anticholinergic | anticircular elution (anticircular development) (in planar chromatography) | anticlinal | anticlined structures (in polymers) | anticodon | anti-Compton gamma-ray spectrometer | anticyclone (in atmospheric chemistry) | antiferroelectric transition | antiferromagnetic transition | antigen | anti-Hammond effect | antihelminth | anti-Markownikoff addition | antimetabolite | antimony-xenon lamp (arc) | antimycotic | antiparticle | antiperiplanar | antipodes | antiprismo- | antiresistant | antiserum | anti-Stokes shift | anti-Stokes type radiation (fluorescence) | antisymmetry principle | anti-thixotropy | ap | apex | apex current | apex potential | aphicide | apical (basal, equatorial) | apicophilicity | apo- (in carotenoid nomenclature) | apoenzyme | apoprotein | apoptosis | apparent (quantity) | apparent lifetime | apparent viscosity (of a liquid) | appearance energy (appearance potential) | appearance potential | appearance temperature (in electrothermal atomization), Tapp | applied potential | aprotic (solvent) | aquation | arachno- | Archibald's method | area (of an electrode-solution interface) | area of interface | area viscosity | areic | arene epoxides | arene oxides | arenes | arenium ions | arenols | arenonium ions | argon ion laser | arithmetic mean (average) | aromatic | aromaticity | arrester (in atmospheric chemistry) | Arrhenius A factor | Arrhenius energy of activation | Arrhenius equation | arsanes | arsanylidenes | arsanylium ions | arsenides | arsine oxides | arsines | arsinic acids | arsinidenes | arsinous acids | arsonic acids | arsonium compounds | arsonous acids | arsoranes | artificial graphite | artificial neural networks | artificial radioactivity | aryl cations | arylene groups | aryl groups | aryne | ascending elution (ascending development) (in planar chromatography) | ash (in atmospheric chemistry) | ashing (in analysis) | aspirator | assay | assay kit | association | association reaction (associative combination)(in mass spectrometry) | associative desorption | associative ionization (in mass spectrometry) | associative surface reaction | asym- | asymmetric | asymmetric carbon atom | asymmetric centre | asymmetric destruction | asymmetric film | asymmetric induction | asymmetric membrane | asymmetric synthesis | asymmetric transformation | asymmetry | asymmetry potential (of a glass electrode) | atactic macromolecule | atactic polymer | atmosphere | atmosphere (of the earth) | atmospheric pressure ionization (in mass spectrometry) | atom | atom-atom polarizability | atom-bond polarizability | atomic charge | atomic fluorescence | atomic laser | atomic mass | atomic mass constant | atomic mass unit | atomic number (proton number), Z | atomic orbital, psi, phi, chi | atomic ring-sector | atomic spectral lines | atomic symbol | atomic units (G.B. 76, 120) | atomic units (1999, 71, 1924) | atomic weight | atomization (in analytical flame spectroscopy) | atomization surface temperature (in electrothermal atomization), Ts | atomize | atomizer (in analytical flame spectroscopy) | atom-molecule complex mechanism | atropisomers | attachment | attenuance, D | attenuance filter | attenuation | attenuation coefficient | atto | attractive-mixed-repulsive (AMR) classification | attractive potential-energy surface | attributable risk | aufbau principle | Auger effect | Auger electron | Auger electron spectroscopy | Auger electron yield | Auger yield | autacoid | autocatalytic reaction | auto-ionization (in mass spectrometry) | automation (in analysis) | automerization | autophobicity | autopoisoning (in catalysis) | autoprotolysis | autoprotolysis constant | autoradiograph | autoradiolysis | auxiliary electrode | auxochrome | auxotrophy | avalanche photodiode | average current density | average degree of polymerization | average life (in nuclear chemistry) | average rate of flow (in polarography) | Avogadro constant | avoided crossing (of potential-energy surfaces) | Avrami equation | axial (equatorial) | axial chirality | axialite (in polymer crystals) | axis of chirality | axis of helicity | azacarbenes | azamines | azanes | azenes | azides | azimines | azines | azinic acids | azlactones | azo compounds | azo imides | azomethine imides | azomethine oxides | azomethines | azomethine ylides | azonic acids | azoxy compounds | azo ylides | azylenes | pi-adduct | sigma-adduct


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J

Jac blaster (W3)

"Jac blaster" ist eine Slang-Bezeichnung für "amyl-nitrite", einem synthetischen Halluzinogen. Angeblich gilt es als Aphrodisiakum und mit "Jac" könnte "Penis" gemeint sein.

(E?)(L?) http://www.sex-lexis.com/Sex-Dictionary/Jac%20blaster


Erstellt: 2010-09

jalenack
Periodic Table of the Elements

(E?)(L1) http://code.jalenack.com/periodic/
Mit Links zu "Wikipedia" und "ChemiCool".

johnpratt
Periodic Table Memory Pegs
Periodic Table with Pictures

(E6)(L1) http://www.johnpratt.com/atomic/periodic.html
Jedem Element ist ein Symbol zugeordnet, das seine besonderen Eigenschaften hervorheben soll.

©John P. Pratt, all rights reserved
Icons drawn by David R. Pratt
16 September 1997
updated 4 March 2000 to show data with mouse

Each picture in this periodic table is designed to remind you of the element's name, atomic number, and abbreviation. Point to the element to see its name and number. Click on the element for more explanation and then "Back" to return to the table. There is also an explanation of how to use the pictures as memory pegs. You can also see the name and number of the element by pointing to it and reading the address in the status window at the bottom. At least memorize the first twenty! Each of those first 20 also has a unique color which can also be used for memorizing a list of tweny objects by associating a color with each.


Actinium Ac 89 Aluminum Al 13 Americium Am 95 Antimony Sb 51 Argon Ar 18 Arsenic As 33 Astatine At 85 Barium Ba 56 Berkelium Bk 97 Beryllium Be 4 Bismuth Bi 83 Bohrium Bh 107 Boron B 5 Bromine Br 35 Cadmium Cd 48 Calcium Ca 20 Californium Cf 98 Carbon C 6 Cerium Ce 58 Cesium Cs 55 Chlorine Cl 17 Chromium Cr 24 Cobalt Co 27 Copper Cu 29 Curium Cm 96 Darmstadtium Ds 110 Dysprosium Dy 66 Einsteinium Es 99 Erbium Er 68 Europium Eu 63 Fermium Fm 100 Fluorine F 9 Francium Fr 87 Gadolinium Gd 64 Gallium Ga 31 Germanium Ge 32 Gold Au 79 Hafnium Hf 72 Hassium Hs 108 Helium He 2 Holmium Ho 67 Hydrogen H 1 Indium In 49 Iodine I 53 Iridium Ir 77 Iron Fe 26 Lanthanum La 57 Lawrencium Lr 103 Lead Pb 82 Lithium Li 3 Lutetium Lu 71 Magnesium Mg 12 Manganese Mn 25 Meitnerium Mt 109 Mendelevium Md 101 Mercury Hg 80 Molybdenum Mo 42 Neodymium Nd 60 Neon Ne 10 Neptunium Np 93 Nickel Ni 28 Niobium Nb 41 Nitrogen N 7 Nobelium No 102 Osmium Os 76 Oxygen O 8 Palladium Pd 46 Phosphorus P 15 Platinum Pt 78 Plutonium Pu 94 Polonium Po 84 Potassium K 19 Praseodymium Pr 59 Promethium Pm 61 Protactinium Pa 91 Radium Ra 88 Radon Rn 86 Rhenium Re 75 Rhodium Rh 45 Roentgenium Rg 111 Rubidium Rb 37 Ruthenium Ru 44 Rutherfordium Rf 104 Samarium Sm 62 Scandium Sc 21 Seaborgium Sg 106 Selenium Se 34 Silicon Si 14 Silver Ag 47 Sodium Na 11 Strontium Sr 38 Sulfur S 16 Tantalum Ta 73 Technetium Tc 43 Tellurium Te 52 Terbium Tb 65 Thorium Th 90 Thulium Tm 69 Tin Sn 50 Titanium Ti 22 Tungsten W 74 Uranium U 92 Vanadium V 23 Xenon Xe 54 Ytterbium Yb 70 Yttrium Y 39 Zinc Zn 30 Zirconium Zr 40

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Web Directory
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Martindale's The Reference Desk - One of the web's best-kept secrets. A highly personal web directory with more than 25,000 pages maintained by Jim Martindale, self-professed "old man of the net - over 23," inventor, scientist, and tireless cataloger of interesting and useful web sites.
Hier findet man eine wirklich grosse Auswahl an qualitiv hochwertigen Adressen (Links).

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Nanotube (W3)

Engl. "Nanotube", "nano tube" ("NT") = dt. "Nanoröhrchen" gehört in das Reich der Chemie. "Nanotube" setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "nãnos" = dt. "Zwerg" (bei Maßangaben entspricht "nano" = "10**-9") und engl. "tube" für "Röhre" (lat. "tuba" = "Röhre", "Tube", vgl. dt. "Tube", "Tuba").

Engl. "Nanotube" und engl. "Carbon Nanotube" ("CNT") bzw. dt. "Nanoröhrchen" und "Kohlenstoffnanoröhren", werden dabei synonym verwendet. Der "Carbon"-Anteil geht dabei zurück auf lat. "carbo" = "Kohle" und steht für "Kohlenstoff". Die "Kohlenstoffnanoröhrchen" wurden im Jahr 1991 vom dem Japaner Sumio Iijima entdeckt. Die "Röhre" wird durch die entsprechend angeordneten Kohlenstoffatome gebildet. Das Besodere an Nanotubes ist ihre bis zu 20 mal höhere Zugfestigkeit als Stahl. Dabei sind sie flexibel und können je nach Anordnung der Kohlenstoffatome Leiter, Halbleiter oder Isolatoren sein.

Die "Kohlenstoffnanoröhrchen" werden ganz grob in drei Gruppen aufgeteilt: Der Durchmesser liegt je nach Art bei 0,4nm bis 500nm. Die Länge kann variiert werden und geht bis mehrere Mikrometer.

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nanotube (chemical compound)

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Nanotubes

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Nanotubes

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multi-wall nanotube | multi-walled nanotube | nanotube | single-wall nanotube | single-walled nanotube

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Nanotubes

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nanotube | nanotube antenna

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Nanotube-Display

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Nebulium (W2)

Im Jahr 1927 konnte I.S. Bowen nachweisen, dass dass fälschlicherweise für ein neues Element gehaltene "Nebulium" Sauerstoff ist, das zwei Elektronen verloren hatte. Den Namen verdankt dieses "falsche Element seinem Auftreten in einem planetarischen Nebel.

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... "Nebulium" was detected in "planetary nebulae", a class of astromomical objects, which spectrum was observed in 1864 by Sir William Huggins. He found only a single bright line only. Huggins suspected it must be emitted from a previously unknown substance, which he called "Nebulium". Better observations with higher resolutions showed that there are more lines. In 1918, W.H. Wright made extensive observations of the nebulae. Among the many lines catalogued less than half were identified, in particular the strong 4959 and 5007 Å pair, which could not be identified and was attributed to "Nebulium". John William Nicholson, who had in 1911 constructed certain atomic models for Nebulium, and dealt with the problem in terms of a dynamical theory of a hypothetical element. The new substance which he called Protofluorine (Protofluor), differs from Nebulium only in the fact that it has a central positive charge of 5e, while nebulium has a positive central charge of 4e (e being the electronic charge).


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Elements-Song

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Hier findet man den hörenswerten Song "The Elements" von "Tom Lehrer" (inkl. Quicktime-Sound-File):

There's antimony, arsenic, aluminum, selenium,
And hydrogen and oxygen and nitrogen and rhenium
And nickel, neodymium, neptunium, germanium,
And iron, americium, ruthenium, uranium,
Europium, zirconium, lutetium, vanadium
And lanthanum and osmium and astatine and radium
And gold, protactinium and indium and gallium (inhale)
And iodine and thorium and thulium and thallium.
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There's yttrium, ytterbium, actinium, rubidium
And boron, gadolinium, niobium, iridium
And strontium and silicon and silver and samarium,
And bismuth, bromine, lithium, beryllium and barium.
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Isn't that interesting?
I knew you would.
I hope you're all taking notes, because there's gonna be a short quiz next period.
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There's holmium and helium and hafnium and erbium
And phosphorous and francium and fluorine and terbium
And manganese and mercury, molybdinum, magnesium,
Dysprosium and scandium and cerium and cesium
And lead, praseodymium, and platinum, plutonium,
Paladium, promethium, potassium, polonium, and
Tantalum, technetium, titanium, tellurium, (inhale)
And cadmium and calcium and chromium and curium.
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There's sulfur, californium and fermium, berkelium
And also mendelevium, einsteinium and nobelium
And argon, krypton, neon, radon, xenon, zinc and rhodium
And chlorine, carbon, cobalt, copper,
Tungsten, tin and sodium.
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These are the only ones of which the news has come to Harvard,
And there may be many others but they haven't been discovered.


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Periodensystem der Elemente
Dynamisches Periodensystem

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Die Links in der interaktiven Elemente-Tabelle verweisen auf die Wikipedia-Seiten der eingestellten Sprache. Dort gibt es auch Hinweise zur Namensgebung.


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Chemie-Fach-Wörterbuch
Beilstein Handbook of Organic Chemistry
DE-UK | UK-DE

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Preface
The Beilstein Dictionary (German/English) has been compiled by the scientific staff of the Beilstein Institute to facilitate the use of Basic Series and Supplementary Series I to IV by those Handbook users whose native language is not German. With a total of about 2,100 entries, it contains most German words occurring in the Beilstein Handbook, as well as common abbreviations, alphabetically listed with their English equivalents.

An appended supplement (page 59 onwards) lists a series of “standard formulations” frequently used in Beilstein, together with their English translations.

It is our hope that this glossary will prove of assistance to the non German-speaking user of Beilstein, in overcoming any language difficulties which may be encountered.

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SFSA
Glossary of Foundry Terms
Giesserei-Glossary

"SFSA" steht für "Steel Founders' Society of America".

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Chemical Database
Periodic Table of the Elements

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The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the page author. The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by The University of Akron.


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Chemcomics
Periodic Table of Comic Books
Chemische Elemente in Comics

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Click on an element to see a list of comic book pages involving that element. Click on a thumbnail on the list to see a full comic book page. For technical information about an element, follow the link to Mark Winter's WebElements. We recommend that you start with oxygen to see some of our best stuff. There's something for everyone here!

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Molecular Expressions
The World of Optics and Microscopy

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Welcome to the Molecular Expressions website featuring our acclaimed photo galleries that explore the fascinating world of optical microscopy. We are going where no microscope has gone before by offering one of the Web's largest collections of color photographs taken through an optical microscope (commonly referred to as "photo-micro-graphs"). Visit our Photo Gallery for an introductory selection of images covering just about everything from beer and ice cream to integrated circuits and ceramic superconductors. These photographs are available for licensing to commercial, private, and non-profit institutions.
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The Galleries:


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The Galleries: Shortcuts: Silicon Zoo Shortcuts:


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Periodic table
Periodensystem

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The periodic table
The periodic "law" of chemistry recognises that many properties of the chemical elements are periodic functions of their atomic number (the number of protons within the element's atomic nucleus). The periodic table is an arrangement of the chemical elements ordered by atomic number in columns (groups) and rows (periods) presented so as to emphasize their periodic properties.
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Start WebElements

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Actinium Ac 89 | Aluminium (aluminum) Al 13 | Americium Am 95 | Antimony Sb 51 | Argon Ar 18 | Arsenic As 33 | Astatine At 85 | Barium Ba 56 | Berkelium Bk 97 | Beryllium Be 4 | Bismuth Bi 83 | Bohrium Bh 107 | Boron B 5 | Bromine Br 35 | Cadmium Cd 48 | Caesium (Cesium) Cs 55 | Calcium Ca 20 | Californium Cf 98 | Carbon C 6 | Cerium Ce 58 | Chlorine Cl 17 | Chromium Cr 24 | Cobalt Co 27 | Copper Cu 29 | Curium Cm 96 | Darmstadtium Ds 110 | Dysprosium Dy 66 | Einsteinium Es 99 | Erbium Er 68 | Europium Eu 63 | Fermium Fm 100 | Fluorine F 9 | Francium Fr 87 | Gadolinium Gd 64 | Gallium Ga 31 | Germanium Ge 32 | Gold Au 79 | Hafnium Hf 72 | Hassium Hs 108 | Helium He 2 | Holmium Ho 67 | Hydrogen H 1 | Indium In 49 | Iodine I 53 | Iridium Ir 77 | Iron Fe 26 | Lanthanum La 57 | Lawrencium Lr 103 | Lead Pb 82 | Lithium Li 3 | Lutetium Lu 71 | Magnesium Mg 12 | Manganese Mn 25 | Meitnerium Mt 109 | Mendelevium Md 101 | Mercury Hg 80 | Molybdenum Mo 42 | Neodymium Nd 60 | Neon Ne 10 | Neptunium Np 93 | Nickel Ni 28 | Niobium Nb 41 | Nitrogen N 7 | Nobelium No 102 | Osmium Os 76 | Oxygen O 8 | Palladium Pd 46 | Phosphorus P 15 | Platinum Pt 78 | Plutonium Pu 94 | Polonium Po 84 | Potassium K 19 | Praseodymium Pr 59 | Promethium Pm 61 | Protactinium Pa 91 | Radium Ra 88 | Radon Rn 86 | Rhenium Re 75 | Rhodium Rh 45 | Rubidium Rb 37 | Ruthenium Ru 44 | Rutherfordium Rf 104 | Samarium Sm 62 | Scandium Sc 21 | Seaborgium Sg 106 | Selenium Se 34 | Silicon Si 14 | Silver Ag 47 | Sodium Na 11 | Strontium Sr 38 | Sulfur (Sulphur) S 16 | Tantalum Ta 73 | Technetium Tc 43 | Tellurium Te 52 | Terbium Tb 65 | Thorium Th 90 | Thulium Tm 69 | Tin Sn 50 | Titanium Ti 22 | Tungsten W 74 | Ununbium Uub 112 | Ununhexium Uuh 116 | Ununoctium Uuo 118 | Ununpentium Uup 115 | Ununquadium Uuq 114 | Ununseptium Uus 117 | Ununtrium Uut 113 | Unununium? Uuu 111 | Uranium U 92 | Vanadium V 23 | Xenon Xe 54 | Ytterbium Yb 70 | Yttrium Y 39 | Zinc Zn 30 | Zirconium Zr 40


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Chemistry

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Chemical Elements Chemical Compounds Ions Chemical Quantities Chemical Solutions Chemical Reactions Chemical Thermodynamics Functional Groups Chemical Protecting Groups Chemical Formulas 3D Structure pH Indicators Orbital Hybridization


Erstellt: 2011-10

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Chemistry-Dictionary

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(E?)(L?) http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/chemistry/letters/


(E?)(L?) http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/chemistry/letters/A.html

Acetic Acid Alkene Anorthite Acetone Alkyne Apatite Acetylene Amethyst Aphanitic Acid Amide Aquamarine Acidic Amine Aragonite Actinole Amino Acid Argentite Activation Energy Amphibole Aromatic Acyl Halide Andesitic Arsenopyrite Akaganéite Angelsite Asbestos Albite Anhydrite Atomization Energy Alcohol Anhydrous Iron Oxide Augite Aldehyde Anion Alkane Anisodemic Crystal


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Barite Boiling Point Elevation Bonding Theories Basaltic Biopyribole Bond Types Base Bismite Boron Chemistry Basic Bismuth Bowen Reaction Series Battery Bismuthinite Bravais Law Benitoite Blomstrand-Jörgensen Theo... Brinell Hardness Scale Benzene Blue Quartz Bridge Bond Beryl Bond Energy Buckminsterfullerene Bidentate Ligand Bonding Buckyball Biochemistry Bond Sites Buddingtonite Biotite Bond Strengths Burnessite


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Cadmium-Nickel Battery Chemical Property Conformational Isomer Calcite Chloroform Congener Carbon Dating Chromatography Contact Twin Carbonate Chromite Coordinate Covalent Bond Carbinol Cinnabar Coordination Number Carbonyl Class A Metal Coordination Theory Carboxyl Class B Metal Cordierite Carboxylic Acid Clay Mineral Corundum Cassierite Cleavage Corundum Structure Catalyst Clinopyroxene Coupled Substitution Cation Close Packing Covalent Bond Cell Colloid Crystal Field Splitting E... Cerussite Colligative Property Crystal Field Theory Chalcedony Combustion Crystal Lattice Energy Chalcopyrite Complex Ion Stability Crystal Systems Chapman Function Composition Surface Cuprite Chelate Effect Compound Cyclic Twin Chlorite Concentration Cell Cycloalkane Nomenclature Chemical Element Concerted Reaction Cycloalkane Reactions Chemical Ionization Mass... Configurational Isomer Cyclosilicate


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d-Orbitals Daniel Cell Defect Structure Delta Bond Deoxyribonucleic Acid Desert Varnish Detergent Diatomic Element Dialysis Diamond Diamond Anvil Cell Diborane Dimer Diopside Disequilibrium Chemistry Dissociation Dissociation Constant Dissociation Energy Disulfide DNA Dolomite Dunite


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lectrochemistry Electrolytic Cell Electron-Electron Interactions Electronegativity Electrolysis Electrostatic Valency Element Emery Endogenic Endothermic Enstatite Enthalpy of Formation Enthalpy of Fusion Enthalpy of Reaction Enthalpy of Vaporization Enzyme Epitaxis Equilibrium Constant Ester Ether Ethylene Exothermic Exsolution Extrusive


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Family Farbe Center Fat Fatty Acid Fayalite Feldspar Feldspathoid Ferrosilite Feroxyhyte Fluorite Flux Fool's Gold Formation Enthalpy Formaldehyde Formic Acid Forsterite Fractional Distillation Franck-Condon Principle Free Radical Free Radical Reaction Freezing Point Depression Fugacity Fullerene Fusion Enthalpy


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Gadolinium Gahnite Galena Gallium Galvanic Cell Garnet Garnet Structure Gas Chromatography Gene Glycerin Glycerol Glycol Goethite Graphite Gravity Cell Granitic Greenlockite Group Gypsum


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Habit Heterogeneous Chemistry Hybridization Half-Cell Reaction High Spin Hydration Half Reaction Equation Ba... Hillhouse Electron Counti... Hydrocarbon Classification Halide Heterogeneous Matter Hydrogen Halite Heterogeneous Mixture Hydrogen Bond Halogen High Spin/Low Spin Hydrogen Electrode Hard Acid Homeobox Genes Hydrolysis Hard Base Homogeneous Matter Hydrophilic Hardness Homogeneous Mixture Hydrophobic Heat of Combustion Homonuclear Covalent Spec... Hydrous Iron Oxide Hematite Hornblende Hydroxide Henderson-Hasselbach Equa... Hund's Rule Hypersthene


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I-Beam ic/ous Nomenclature Ilmenite Ilvaite Incongruent Melting Indicator Indent Test Inert Infrared Spectroscopy Intervalence Charge Transfer Intrusive Ion Color Ion Stability Ionic Bond Ionic Solution Ionization Ion Ionomer Iron Iron Oxide Irreversible Reaction Isodemic Crystal Isomer Isotopic Abundances Isotopic Dilution


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Jadeite Jahn-Teller Effect Jasper


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Ketone Kyanite


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Labile Labradorite Lanthanide Laporte Rule Lava Law of Mass Action Layer Silicate Lead-Acid Battery Lead Storage Battery Lepidocrocite Ligand Ligand Field Theory Limonite Lipid Liquidus Line Lithium Battery Localized Molecular Orbital Theory Low Oxidation State Complex Low Spin Luster


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Mafic Metal-Metal Charge Transf... Mohs Hardness Scale Maghemite Metal Oxidation States Molal Magma Methyl Mole Magnesite Metaminct Molecular Geometry Magnetite Mica Molecular Orbital Theory Malachite Microcline Molybdenite Manganese Oxide Miller Index Multiple Double/Triple Bo... Markownikoff Addition Rea... Mineral Multiple Twin Messenger RNA Miscibility Gap Muscovite Metal Mixture


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Nicad Battery Nickel-Cadmium Battery Nitrate Noble Gas Noble Metal Nsutite Nuclear Property Nucleotide


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Octatomic Element Oil Olivine Olivine Structure Opal Optical Spectroscopy Organic Chemistry Organic Halide Orthoclase Orthopyroxene Orthosilicate Oxidation Oxidation State Oxygen Ozone


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Parallel Growth Phaneritic Pre-Equilibrium Approxima... Paramorph Phase-Composition Diagram Pressure Experiments Parting Phase Diagram Promethium Partition Coefficient Phosphate Protein Pauling's Rules Photodissociation Pseudomorph Pegmatite Photodissociation Constant Psiolomelane Penetration Twin Photosensitization Pyralspite Garnet Peptide Bond Physical Property Pyrite Periclase Pi Bond Pyrognomic Peridot Plagioclase Pyrolusite Peridotite Plutonic Pyrope Period Polar Reaction Pyroxene Periodic Properties Polarization Spectrum Pyroxenoid Periodic Table Polymorph Pyroxferoite Perovskite Polysynthetic Twin Pyrrhotite Perovskite Structure Polytropism pH Polytype


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Quartz Quenching Temperature


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Radical Reaction Rate Ribonucleic Acid Radioactive Dating Reactions Type Ribosomal RNA Radius Ratio Reduction Ring Silicate Raoult's Law Rock Dating Rare Earth Element Repeated Twin Rockwell Hardness Scale Rate Determining Step Representative Element Romanechite Rate Law Resonance Hybrid Rutile Reaction Enthalpy Reversible Reaction Rutile Structure Reaction Mechanism Rhodochrosite


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Saltpeter SN Reactions Stability Constant Determ... Sanidine Soap Steady State Approximation Saturated Bond Soft Acid Steno Law Scapolite Soft Base Stibnite Selection Rules Solid Solution Stoichiometry Serpentine Solidus Line Streak Shale Metamorphosism Solubility Product Consta... Streak Test Siderite Solubility Rules Strong Acid Siderophile Solute Strong Base Sigma Bond Solution Structural Isomer Silica Polymorph Solvent Subsolidus Phase Diagram Silicate Specific Property Substance Siliceous Spectral Line Strength Sulfate Silicon Sphalerite Sulfide SiO2 Group Spin Multiplicity Rule Surroundings Skew Dislocation Spinel Suspension Smectite Spinel Structure Sylvite Smoky Quartz Spodumene System


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Tanabe-Sugano Diagram Talc Tectosilicate Temperature Tetratomic Element Thiol Titration Todorokite Topaz Tourmaline Tracer Element Trans Complex Stability Trans Effect Transfer RNA Transition Element Transuranium Element Tritium Troilite Trouton's Rule Twin Tyndall Effect


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Ugrandite Garnet Ultrabasic Ultramafic Unit Cell Uranium-Lead Dating


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Valence Bond Theory Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Theory Valence State Electron Pair Repulsion Vaporization Enthalpy Vapor Pressure Lowering Vickers Hardness Scale Vitalism Theory Volatile Volcanic


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Wad Water Water Loss Wax Werner's Coordination Theory Wollastonite Würzite Wulfenite


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Zeolite Zincite Zircon


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Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Chemie, Química, Chimie, Chimica, Chemistry

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Lide, David R. (Autor)
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/0849304849/etymologporta-20


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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0849304849/etymologpor09-20
Gebundene Ausgabe: 2616 Seiten
Verlag: CRC Press Inc; Auflage: 84th (19. Juni 2003)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
The handbook of chemistry and physics has always provided a broad range of critically evaluated data in a convenient, one-volume format, and has never lost touch with the need to stay current.

Synopsis
Researchers around the world depend upon having access to authoritative, up-to-date data. And for 90 years, they have relied on the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics for that data. This year is no exception. New tables, extensive updates, and added sections mean the Handbook has again set a new standard for reliability, utility, and thoroughness. This edition features a completely new table of Physical Constants of Organic Compounds with data on almost 11,000 compounds, new structure diagrams, and a new, more convenient format. Reflecting CRC's dedication to ensuring the Handbook remains current, this edition also incorporates new entries and data from the U.S. Government's just-released "Tenth Report on Carcinogens."


Erstellt: 2010-06

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