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Calorimetric studies of bond strengths in some carbon compounds.

Desmond Brennan

Calorimetric studies of bond strengths in some carbon compounds.

by Desmond Brennan

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Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1955.

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Abstract. The heat of oxygen removal from the MnO 2 surface (q′ s) during its reduction by carbon monoxide and the heat of reoxidation of the reduced surface by gaseous oxygen (q s) have been Author: Yu. D. Pankratiev, V. M. Turkov, M. Forissier, J. L. Portefaix.   Dissociation is what happens when compounds dissolve into individual ions in solution. Carbon containing compounds do not dissociate in water completely and are generally weak .

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