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313. The Chemistry of S-Block Compounds

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This Chemistry Factsheet:
  • Describes the chemistry of s–block: oxides, hydroxides, halides, carbonates, hydogencarbonates, nitrates and sulphates.
  • Describes trends observed in s–block compounds.
  • Describes and explains the relative thermal stabilities of s–block carbonates and nitrates.
  • Explains the anomalous bonding character of lithium and beryllium compounds.

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September 2020

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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