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Encyclopedia > Inorganic table information

This page refers to the data given in chemical compound property tables.

Contents

Disclaimer

These tables are constructed by amateurs and edited by passers-by. Their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. This includes the safety information, which is provided for curiosity value only. When handling chemicals, always take the proper precautions as defined by a reliable source of information.


Infobox styles

Chemical infobox
Chemical name
 ?
General
Chemical formula  ?
Molecular weight  ? g/mol
Appearance  ?
CAS number  ?
MSDS Chemical infobox MSDS
SMILES  ?
Other names
  • ?
Physical properties
Density and phase at STP  ? g/cm3 (?)
Solubility  ? in ?
Specific gravity  ?
Crystal structure  ?
pH (10% solution with water)  ?
Acidity constant (pKa)  ?
Thermal decomposition  ? C (? K)
Phase behavior
Melting point  ? C (? K)
Boiling point  ? C (? K)
Triple point  ? K (? C)
 ? bar
Critical point  ? K (? C)
 ? bar
Heat of fusion
fusH)
 ? kJ/mol
Entropy of fusion
fusS)
 ? J/molK
Heat of vaporization
vapH)
 ? kJ/mol
Safety
Ingestion  ?
Inhalation  ?
Skin  ?
Eyes  ?
Flash point  ? C
Autoignition temperature  ? C
Explosive limits  ? - ?%
OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit
(PEL)
 ? ppm
NIOSH Immediate Danger to Life and Health
(IDLH)
 ? ppm
Precautions
  • Hazards:
    •  ?
  • Personal protection:
    •  ?
  • Reacts with:
    •  ?
  • Storage:
    •  ?
Solid properties
Standard enthalpy change of formation
fH0solid)
 ? kJ/mol
Standard molar entropy
(S0solid)
 ? J/molK
Heat capacity
(Cp)
 ? J/molK
Density  ? g/cm3
Liquid properties
ΔfH0liquid  ? kJ/mol
S0liquid  ? J/molK
Cp  ? J/molK
Density  ? g/cm3
Gas properties
ΔfH0gas  ? kJ/mol
S0gas  ? J/molK
Cp  ? J/molK

Except where noted, all data was produced under conditions of standard temperature and pressure.

Xxx
Chemical name Xxx
Chemical formula CxHxNxOx
Molecular mass xx.xx g/mol
Melting point xx.x C
Boiling point xx.x C
Density x.xxx g/cm3
CAS number xx-xx-xx
SMILES xxx
Chemical structure of xxx

Chemical infobox
IUPAC name
 ?
General
Molecular formula  ?
Molecular weight  ? amu
Appearance  ?
CAS number [?-?-?]
MSDS Chemical infobox MSDS
Other names
  • ?
Bulk properties
Density  ? g/cm3
Solubility water: ? g/100 cm3 (? C)
Melting point  ? C ( K)
Boiling point  ? C ( K)
Hazards:  ?
Structure
Coordination geometry  ?
Crystal structure  ?
Hydrates  ?
Related compounds
 ?  ?

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Inorganic

Organic

HTML markup

Inorganic

Organic

Simple organic chembox

Short inorganic chembox

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References

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Main reference

  • SI Chemical Data Book (4th ed.), Gordon Aylward and Tristan Findlay, Jacaranda Wiley

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  Results from FactBites:
 
Encyclopedia: Chemistry (6458 words)
Inorganic chemistry is the study of the properties and reactions of inorganic compounds.
Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and reactions of inorganic compounds.
The periodic table of the chemical elements, also called the Mendeleev periodic table, is a tabular display of the known chemical elements.
Wikipedia:Chemical infobox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (682 words)
Although these tables are well designed, and useful to present the relevant chemical data, the accuracy of information they contain cannot be guaranteed.
All data as presented in these tables is for materials in their standard state, which is at 25 °C and 100 kPa by definition.
This infobox is the recommended infobox to use where detailed information is appropriate, for example with very common compounds, and for high quality chemicals wikipages.
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