Friday, April 19, 2013

Knovel eBook: Yaws' Handbook of Properties for Aqueous Systems

Yaws' Handbook of Properties for Aqueous Systems (Knovel, 2012) is a new addition to our subscription to eBooks in the fields of biotechnology, chemistry, and engineering from Knovel.

With 17 chapters and data tables on water solubility, Henry’s law constants, activity coefficients at infinite dilution, octanol-water partition coefficients, and bioconcentration factors, the Handbook provides data on for 17,000 organic substance, along with and 3oo+ inorganic substances. Interactive tables are included, letting you compare properties of different substances. Tables are searchable by chemical names, molecular formulas, and CAS numbers.

Appendices include: Solubility of Water in Organic Compounds - Correlations, Solubility of Hydrocarbons in Salt Water - Correlations, Solubility of Organic Compounds in Water as a Function of Temperature - Correlations, Solubility of Water in Organic Compounds as a Function of Temperature - Correlations, Activity Coefficient at Infinite Dilution - Organic Compounds in Water - Correlations, Activity Coefficient at Infinite Dilution - Water in Organic Compounds - Correlations, and Octanol-Water Partition Coefficient of Organic Compounds - Correlations.

Knovel eBooks are available online to students, faculty, and staff at Christian Brothers University.

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