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Re: [APD] Chemist's- solubility?
I will try to do that. Thanks. I was hoping for an online reference
but it does not seem to exist. Two chemistry books had very small,
somewhat incomplete references in the back. Also, I find a lot of
conflicting values for the common CaCO3 through online sources. I can't
even find a reference through the NIST website:(
Thanks to all who responded.
Jerry Smith wrote:
> Dennis wrote:
> Subject: [APD] Chemist's- solubility?
> From: Dennis Dietz <dennisdietz at verizon_net>
> Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2007 17:40:38 -0500
> Do any of you chemically minded folks know a source of solubility or Ksp
> values of the chemicals we tend to use in our aquariums?
> Jerry writes:
> Try to find a copy of the "CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics" at your
> library. It has most if not all the chemicals we use and shows the
> solubility's too. I don't have mine here at home and can't confirm that it
> has the Ksp values for sure. Look in the table for Inorganic compounds.
> Jerry Smith
> Bloomingdale, NJ
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