A Critical Review of Equilibrium Data for Proton and Metal by W.A. E. McBryde

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53 75% aq. 3 Metal ion (Continued) Temp. 38 (15^5) 12Dt Reference 4,7 - Diphenylphenanthroline V(II) ? 20 V20-+-+- ? 3 Metal ion (Continued) Temp. 3 KNO3 16 61J 12 61H 4-Chloro-2-Methylphenanthroline Fe(II) - EtOH, 0 . 9 5-Chlorophenanthroline Ni(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 1 KNO3 14b 72Bg Cu(I) 25 50% DOX, 0 . 2 16 61J Cu(II) 25 50% DOX, 0 . 0 11 61J Ag(I) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 25 14a 72Bg Zn(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 91 14b 72Bg Cd(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 67 4,7-Dichlorophenanthroline Fe(II) - EtOH, 0 . 1 OAc" Cu(I) 25 50% DOX, 0 .

001 M in all 8% aq. 4% aq. 2% aq. 4% aq. 1% aq. 2% aq. 7% aq. 9% aq. 6% aq. 05 KNO3 KNO3 KNO3 KNO3 KNO3 KNO3 TABLE I I I . 4 (Continued) Metal Temp. 31 50% E t O H , 0 . 53 25 50% E t O H , 0 . 52 30 50% EtOH, 0 . 47 35 50% EtOH, 0 . 40 40 50% E t O H , 0 . 5 DMSO 0 . 89 MeCN 0 ,. 0 5 0 ,. 0 5 0 ,. 0 5 0,. 0 5 0 .. 0 5 0 ,. 2 LiN03 0 . 2 L1NO3 0 . 2 L1NO3 0 . 34 58P 14a 58C 14a 58C 14a 58C 14a 14a 14a 14a 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 14a 14a 14a 14a 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 14a 14a 14a 14a 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 14b 14b 14b 14b 14b 14b 62Ca 62Ca 62Ca 62Ca 62Ca 62Ca 19 76Ba H· H· I O LO O O X ^M ^ Ö Ln O M n e O M « VO Ln 00 r* a vu h-1 hO -vj ^ J LO LO öd w {13 fü S3 00 00 -P* ^J LO W 03 o o o t± H ' H* t- 1 t- 1 O fO O N5 N ) O o PC hd i-t 00 vl VD f H· S!

2% aq. 7% aq. 9% aq. 6% aq. 05 KNO3 KNO3 KNO3 KNO3 KNO3 KNO3 TABLE I I I . 4 (Continued) Metal Temp. 31 50% E t O H , 0 . 53 25 50% E t O H , 0 . 52 30 50% EtOH, 0 . 47 35 50% EtOH, 0 . 40 40 50% E t O H , 0 . 5 DMSO 0 . 89 MeCN 0 ,. 0 5 0 ,. 0 5 0 ,. 0 5 0,. 0 5 0 .. 0 5 0 ,. 2 LiN03 0 . 2 L1NO3 0 . 2 L1NO3 0 . 34 58P 14a 58C 14a 58C 14a 58C 14a 14a 14a 14a 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 14a 14a 14a 14a 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 14a 14a 14a 14a 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 73Ba 14b 14b 14b 14b 14b 14b 62Ca 62Ca 62Ca 62Ca 62Ca 62Ca 19 76Ba H· H· I O LO O O X ^M ^ Ö Ln O M n e O M « VO Ln 00 r* a vu h-1 hO -vj ^ J LO LO öd w {13 fü S3 00 00 -P* ^J LO W 03 o o o t± H ' H* t- 1 t- 1 O fO O N5 N ) O o PC hd i-t 00 vl VD f H· S!

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