NIST Critically Selected Stability Constants of Metal Complexes: Version 8.0
This database has been discontinued.
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Version 8.0 is a major enhancement to this widely used database which provides comprehensive coverage of interactions for aqueous systems of organic and inorganic ligands with protons and various metal ions and is based on the six-volume Critical Stability Constants by Martell and Smith. The new version contains 225 additional ligands, new data, data printing, rapid bibliography searching and more streamlined commands. New literature has resulted in revision and upgrading of 30% of previous data. Entire contents are critically selected for accuracy and consistency.
For 6166 Ligands:
- 112559 lines of data
- metal stability constants and related equilibrium constants
- thermodynamic constants
- a complete bibliography
- structural formulas
- search by empirical formulas and type of ligand
- protonation constants under specified conditions of temperature and ionic strength
- heats of protonation
- entropies of protonation
- metal/metal species searching capabilities
- author search
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This database will run on Windows 7 using the Windows XP Mode – Virtual PC.
This database is not compatible with 64 Bit systems.
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The scientific contact for this database is:
- Robert M. Smith
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Keywords: Acidity constants, aqueous solutions, compilation equilibrium constants, critical stability constants, dissociation constants, enthalpies, enthalpy, entropy, formation constants, formation equilibria, formation equilibrium, ionic strength, ligands, metal complexes, protonation constants, stability constants, thermochemistry, thermodynamic parameters, thermodynamics.