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Toolkit for Estimating Physiochemical Properties of Organic Compounds

by Martin Reinhard

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Published by Wiley-Interscience .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organic chemistry,
  • Physical chemistry,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Chemistry - Organic,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Science / Environmental Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10303128M
    ISBN 100471172634
    ISBN 109780471172635

      An organic compound always includes carbon joined to either itself or hydrogen. Inorganic Organic Carbon Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen 8. When two or more elements combine together it is called a compound. Compounds can be classified into two main groups: inorganic and organic. Inorganic Organic Carbon Oxygen 9. Physical, thermodynamic, environmental, transport, safety, and health related properties for organic and inorganic chemicals. Handbook covers both organic (C1 to C28 compounds) and inorganic (Ag to Zn compounds) substances. All tables in this book are interactive, and contains live equations for easy calculation and plotting of the properties.

    Physical properties of organic compounds, needed to estimate various bioactivities, have to be estimated in many cases, due to insufficient literature data. A brief survey of several methods, used in various fields, is presented: group contribution methods like UNIFAC, topological methods like DARC, autocorrelation methods like the Moreau Cited by: 1. Assessing the Reliability of Physico-Chemical Property Data (K ow, S w) for Hydrophobic Organic Compounds: DDT and DDE as a Case Study. The following are a series of articles that appeared in the SETAC Globe Newsletter. They appear here with permission from SETAC. Eganhouse RP, .

    Physical-Organic Chemistry: A Swiss Army Knife George M. Whitesides Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Harvard University Cambridge MA USA Abstract “Physical-organic chemistry” is the name given to a subfield of chemistry that applies physical-chemical. Organic chemistry is the study of the properties of the compounds of carbon that are organic. All carbon compounds except for a few inorganic carbon compounds are organic. Inorganic carbon compounds include the oxides of carbon, the bicarbonates and carbonates of metal ions, the metal cyanides, and a .


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Toolkit for Estimating Physiochemical Properties of Organic Compounds by Martin Reinhard Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Toolkit CD features routines for estimating key properties of organic compounds and a database of property and other data for more t organic compounds.

Also available: Toolkit for Estimating Physicochemical Properties of Organic Compounds ISBN (CD-ROM)5/5(1). Quick access to data and fast property estimation techniques for organic compounds.

An invaluable time-saver for busy scientists and researchers, the Toolkit uses algorithms derived from more than 2, published sources to calculate these key properties of organic compounds quickly and easily: * Density and molar volume * Boiling point * Refractive index and molar refraction * Melting point.

similar compounds, retrieval of data and empirical constants, standard adjustments for nonpressure temperature, and examination of original literature.

To facilitate this often tedious task, we have developed the "Toolkit for Estimating Physicochemical Properties" (Reinhard and Drefahl, ), hereafter referred to as the Toolkit. Quick access to data and fast property estimation techniques for organic compounds.

An invaluable time-saver for busy scientists and researchers, the Toolkit uses algorithms derived from more than 2, published sources to calculate these key properties of organic compounds quickly and easily.

The Toolkit for Estimating Physiochemical Properties of Organic Compounds book CD features routines for estimating key properties of organic compounds and a database of property and other data for more t organic compounds.

Also available: Toolkit for Estimating Physicochemical Properties of Organic Compounds ISBN (CD-ROM) * Toolkit for Estimating Physicochemical Properties of Organic. Knowledge of the physicochemical properties of potential chemical alternatives is a requirement of the alternatives assessment process for two reasons.

First, the inherent hazard of a chemical, such as its capacity to interfere with normal biological processes, and its physical hazards and environmental fate (degradation, persistence) are determined by its intrinsic physicochemical properties Cited by: 1. Chemical properties are observable qualities of organic compounds during and after a chemical reaction.

When compounds change identity or composition, this is referred to as a chemical change. When it comes to organic compounds, there are several factors that can identify physical properties. These include whether or not there is a distinctive smell to it, the temperature at which it.

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Specific instructions are given for the use of each estimation method. Inorganic compounds form ionic bonds, have high melting points and are made from either single elements or compounds that do not include carbon and hydrogen. In solutions, they break down into ions that conduct electricity.

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This handbook presents simple estimation methods for 26 important properties of organic chemicals that are of environmental concern. A must-have resource, this book facilitates the study of problematic chemicals in such applications as chemical fate modeling, chemical process design, and experimental design.

Using the handbook's step-by-step instructions and a hand calculator, you'll be able. Toolkit for Estimating Physiochemical Properties of.CHARACTERISTIC CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CONTAINING POSITIVE HALOGEN S.

S. Novikov, V. V. Sevost'yanova, and A. A. Fainzil'berg CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Properties common also to alkyl halides 3. Hydrolysis 4. Oxidising properties 5. Halogenating properties 6. Addition to multiple bonds 1. INTRODUCTION.RAmEx Ars Medica, Inc. | S. Westgate Av. #2 | Los Angeles, California | USA International: 1 | In the USA: 1 | Fax: 1