By R.C. Wilhoit, X. Hong, M. Frenkel, K.R. Hall
Facts at the densities of natural compounds are crucial for either clinical and business functions. wisdom of densities is necessary in lots of parts, together with custody move of fabrics, product specification, improvement of assorted predictive tools, and for characterizing compounds and estimating their purity. The densities of polycyclic hydrocarbons have been gathered from the unique literature released from 1870 to early 1998 and severely evaluated. The tables comprise the unique literature info in addition to their anticipated uncertainties, and the evaluated facts, in either numerical shape and as coefficients to equations with chosen statistical info. the amount additionally includes the CASR quantity Index, a Chemical identify Index and a CD-ROM which permits speedy complete textual content index seek.
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