INTERNATIONAL UNION OF PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY DIVISION
COMMISSION ON SOLUBILITY DATA
 
SOLUBILITY DATA SERIES
 
Editor-in-Chief
A. S. KERTES
 
Volume 30
ALKALI METAL HALATES, AMMONIUM IODATE AND IODIC ACID
 
Volume Editors
HIROSHI MIYAMOTO Niigata University Niigata, Japan
MARK SALOMON US Army ET & DL (LABCOM) Fort Monmouth, NJ, USA
BRUNO SCROSATI University of Rome Italy
 
Contributors
GABOR JANCSO Hungarian Academy of Sciences Budapest, Hungary
RAUL HERRERA Ohio State University Columbus, OH, USA
THEODORE P. DIRKSE Calvm College Grand Rapids, Ml, USA
ANDRZEJ MACZYNSKI Polish Academy of Sciences Warsaw, Poland
ALEXANDER VAN HOOK University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN, USA
MICHELLE C. UCHIYAMA US Army ET & DI (LABCOM) Fort Monmouth, NJ, USA
 
Copyright 1987 International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry



Contents v
Foreword viii
Preface xi
Introduction to the Solubility of Solids in Liquids xv
 
1 Lithium chlorate
  1.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 1
  1.2 Binary aqueous system 11
  1.3 Ternary systems 20
  1.4 Nonaqueous systems 23
 
2 Sodium chlorate
  2.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 24
  2.2 Binary aqueous system 34
  2.3 Ternary systems 37
  2.4 More complex systems 82
  2.5 Nonaqueous systems 98
 
3 Potassium chlorate
  3.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 105
  3.2 Binary aqueous system 113
  3.3 Ternary systems 121
  3.4 Nonaqueous systems 157
 
4 Rubidium chlorate
  4.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 162
  4.2 Binary aqueous system 166
  4.3 Ternary systems 169
  4.4 More complex systems 174
 
5 Cesium chlorate
  5.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 176
  5.2 Binary aqueous system 179
  5.3 Ternary systems 182
 
6 Lithium Brornate
  6.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 184
  6.2 Binary aqueous system 188
  6.3 Ternary systems 192
  6.4 Nonaqueous system 194
 
7 Sodium Brornate
  7.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 194
  7.2 Binary aqueous system 198
  7.3 Ternary systerns 200
  7.4 More complex systems 216
  7.5 Nonaqueous systems 216
 
8 Potassium brornate
  8.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 220
  8.2 Binary aqueous system 224
  8.3 Ternary Svsterns 228
  8.4 Nonaqueous systems 254
 
9 Rubidium Bromate
  9.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 258
  9.2 Binary aqueous system 260
  9.3 Ternary systems 262
 
10 Cesium bromate
  10.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 263
  10.2 Binary aqueous system 265
 
11 Lithium iodate
  11.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 268
  11.2 Binary aqueous system 276
  11.3 Ternary systems 279
  11.4 More complex systems 320
  11.5 Nonaqueous systems 328
 
12 Sodium iodate
  12.1 Evaluation of aq ueous systems 330
  12.2 Binary aqueous system 340
  12.3 Ternary systems 343
  12.4 Nonaqueous systems 173
 
13 Potassium iodate
  13.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 374
  13.2 Binary aqueous system 383
  13.3 Ternary systems 388
  13.4 More complex systems 409
  13.5 Mixed solvents and pure nonaqueous systems 411
 
14 Rubidium iodate
  14.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 428
  14.2 Binary aqueous system 432
  14.3 Ternary systems 435
 
15 Cesium iodate
  15.l Evaluation of aqueous systems 448
  15.2 Binary aqueous system 451
  15.3 Ternary systems 454
 
16 Ammonium iodate
  16.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 461
  16.2 Binary aqueous system 463
  16.3 Ternary systems 464
 
17 Iodic acid
  17.1 Evaluation of aqueous systems 467
  17.2 Binary aqueous system 474
  17.3 Ternary systems 475
 
System Index 491
Registry Number Index 503
Author Index 506