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Handbook of Inorganic Chemicals

by Pradyot Patnaik

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Aluminium nitrate

Aluminium phosphate

Aluminium sulfate

Ammonium acetate

Ammonium bromide

Ammonium dichromate

Mercury(I) nitrate

Neptunium(IV) oxide

Niobium dioxide

Phosphoryl chloride

Post-transition metal

Potassium bisulfate

Potassium iodate

Rubidium carbonate

Samarium(III) oxide

Scandium fluoride

Silver chromate

Sodium bromide

Strontium chloride

Strontium hydroxide

Strontium nitrate

Strontium oxide

Strontium sulfate

Sulfuryl chloride

Tellurium dioxide

Tetrafluoroammonium

Thallium(I) chloride

Thionyl chloride

Tin dioxide

Tungsten trioxide

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Zinc bromide

Zirconium nitrate

Zirconium(IV) silicate

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Handbook of Inorganic Chemical Compounds Pradyot Patnaik


*An important resource--covering 2000 commonly used industrial chemical compounds--that services readers from a wide cross-section of the chemical community.

Pradyot Patnaik (Lindenwood, NJ) is Laboratory Director, Insterstate Sanitation Commission, Visting Professor

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:03 -0400)

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