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Preparation and structural studies of some inorganic fluorides

Malek Moshari Kereer Al-Mamouri

Preparation and structural studies of some inorganic fluorides

by Malek Moshari Kereer Al-Mamouri

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D)-University of Birmingham, School of Chemistry , 1991.

Statementby Malek Moshari Kereer Al-Mamouri.
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Open LibraryOL13929275M

This book summarizes recent progresses in inorganic fluorine chemistry. Highlights include new aspects of inorganic fluorine chemistry, such as new synthetic methods, structures of new fluorides and oxide fluorides, their physical and chemical properties, fluoride catalysts, surface modifications of inorganic materials by fluorination process, new energy conversion materials and industrial. Hydrogen Fluoride and other Soluble Fluorides Page 1 Chapter 1 Summary Table Table 1 provides a summary of health- and welfare-based values from an evaluation of acute and chronic exposures to hydrogen fluoride (HF) and other soluble inorganic fluorides (F). For airFile Size: KB.

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