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IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. 84. Solubility of Inorganic Actinide Compounds



This volume presents the solubility of inorganic compounds of actinides except for carbonates, which are included in Volume 74 of this series, and nitrates, which are covered in Volume 55. Also included are solubility data of compounds such as organosulfates, phosphates, and arsenates, which are not covered in Volume 74. The predominant part of this volume covers solubility data of thorium, uranium, neptunium, and plutonium compounds. Fewer data have been published for americium compounds and very few for compounds of actinium, protactinium, and transamericium elements. The literature has been covered up to the end of 2004. Documents which remained unavailable to the editor, and could not be included in the volume are listed in the Appendix. For some compounds it was not possible to show the Chemical Abstracts registry numbers since these have not been assigned.



Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference DataAmerican Institute of Physics

Published: Dec 1, 2007

Keywords: phosphorus compounds; arsenic compounds; thorium compounds; uranium compounds; neptunium compounds; plutonium compounds; americium compounds; actinium compounds; protactinium compounds; transactinide compounds; organic compounds; solid solubility; actinides; critical evaluation; aqueous solubility

DOI: 10.1063/1.2741386

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