Mercury Handbook: Chemistry, Applications and Environmental Impact

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Royal Society of Chemistry, 11 oct. 2013 - 350 pagini
This book provides a thorough understanding of amalgam metallurgy which is essential for academics, industrialists and postgraduates working in relevant fields. Guaranteed to bring a wealth of information, this book will be a welcome addition to the literature.
 

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Chapter 1 Physicochemical Properties of Metallic Mercury
1
Chapter 2 Amalgam Solubility
36
Chapter 3 Diffusion of Metals in Mercury
50
Chapter 4 Purification of Mercury Using Chemical and Electrochemical Methods
61
Chapter 5 Chemical Properties of Mercury
80
Chapter 6 Electrochemical Properties of Mercury
128
Chapter 7 Lighting
143
Chapter 8 Synthesis of Semiconducting Compounds
163
Chapter 12 Environmental Aspects of the Industrial Application of Mercury
209
Chapter 13 Demercurization Processes in Different Sectors of Industry
228
Chapter 14 Safety and Health Practices for Working with Metallic Mercury
241
Appendix I Phase Diagrams and Intermetallic Compounds in Binary Amalgam Systems
248
Appendix II Density and Surface Tension of Binary Amalgams
272
Appendix III Inorganic and Organic Mercury Compounds
282
Appendix IV Selected Organometallic Compounds of Mercury
297
Appendix V Solubility of Common Metals in Mercury
300

Chapter 9 ChlorAlkali Process
180
Chapter 10 Use of Mercury in Smallscale Gold Mining
193
Chapter 11 Mercury Legislation in the United States
199

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Leonid Kozin is a leading Ukrainian electrochemist specialising in chemical technology, physical chemistry, electrochemistry and electro-hydrometallurgical treatment methods to achieve high-purity metals. He studied chemistry at the Kiev Polytechnic University and graduated as an Electrochemical Manufacturing Process Engineer. From 1961-1980 he worked at the Academy of Sciences Kazakhstan where he gained his PhD. He has been Professor of Electrochemistry since 1971 and achieved many prizes for his work on high-purity metals. Author of several books, papers and patents, he is now Head of Department at the Institute of General and Inorganic chemistry at the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences in Kiev. Steve Hansen completed his BSc in Physical Metallurgy at Washington State University in 1980 and went on to do an MSc at the University of Illinois and a PhD in Materials Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is now a Senior Research and Development Engineer for APL Engineered Materials, Inc and has several books, patents and journal papers published on amalgam design and metallurgy and metal halide systems in his name.

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