pH and buffer theory is a central concept in synthetic and industrial processes. Since speed and type of reaction are usually governed by the pH of the reaction medium, an understanding of the theory is important in predicting results. This book addresses all the key aspects of pH and buffer theory and makes the equations and corresponding graphs easy to grasp.
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pH and Buffer Theory have long been central problems in chemistry. The subject has been of particular use and application to the chemistry of solutions and in the modelling and prediction of acidity/alkalinity properties. Speeds and types of reaction are usually governed by the pH of the reaction medium and therfore a detailed predictive theory is a central requisite of the field. Historically, the major issue surrounding pH and Buffer Theory has been to make the equations and corresponding graphs as easy to read and understand as ordinary non-mathematical text. pH and Buffer Theory is an invaluable aid to scientists in the areas of chemistry, biology, ecology and medicine, and those dependent on pH theory and measurements for their work.
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Descripción Wiley, 1996. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110471967351