By Bard A.J., Stratmann M., Scholz F.

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70. 8 kJ mol−1 . 3, 2963 kJ mol−1 . 6, 2704 kJ mol−1 . 4, 1971, 2878 kJ mol−1 . 7 kJ mol−1 . 02 V (The electrode reactions of these compounds are highly irreversible, therefore, 53 54 2 Standard, Formal, and Other Characteristic Potentials of Selected Electrode Reactions practically all E 0 values are calculated from caloric data. 6994 V (There are several carbon compounds that exhibit reversible behavior. 172 g. 4 kJ mol−1 . 495 V The E 0 values were calculated from thermodynamic data. There are a large number of different acids, especially of the polyacid type.

3 kJ mol−1 . 3 kJ mol−1 . 77 × 10−14 Complex equilibria Recent data on several Pb2+ complexes can be found in Refs 59, 64. 00677 N), OS: +5, +4, +3, +2, +1, 0, −1/3, −1, −2, −3; IE: 1402, 2856, 4577 kJ mol−1 , 16 920 (IV + V) kJ mol−1 . 1 V (Nitrogen fixation, that is, the conversion of N2 to the nonzero OS, is thermodynamically possible; however, both the oxidation and the reduction of N2 are kinetically hindered. 324 × 10−3 g. Solubility of ammonia in 100 g water at 1 bar and 20 ◦ C is 54 g. 9739 15 P), OS: +5, +4, +3, +2, +1, 0, −1/3, −1, −2, −3; IE: 1402, 2856, 4577 kJ mol−1 , 16920 (IV + V) kJ mol−1 .

98 83 Bi), OS: +5, +3, 0, −3; IE: 703, 1610, 2466 kJ mol−1 , 9776 (IV + V) kJ mol−1 . 5 kJ mol−1 . 42 × 10−3 g. 3 kJ mol−1 , EA: 200 and −414 kJ mol−1 . 66 V The standard potentials of sulfur compounds are mostly calculated thermodynamically because the redox systems – except that of sulfite–dithionite – are irreversible. In excess sulfide, sulfur dissolves in the form of polysulfides.

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