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molar volume of inorganic compounds: inorganic chemistry, r. west jr., harper. 31 (1979) 272. to calculate the molar volume of inorganic compounds, in which v is the volume, and n is the number of moles, the equation is v = n vmol. this can be also expressed as v = n/nmol. to calculate the molar volume of organic compounds, in which v is the volume, and n is the number of moles, the equation is v = nvmol.
inorganic chemistry, wulfsberg. p.xiv inorganic chemistry gary wulfsberg. 6 the following symbol to be used in discussing the definition of molar volumes of inorganic compounds is: bv, where v is the volume in cubic cm and b is the molar weight in atomic weight units. in order to calculate the molar volumes of inorganic compounds, the equation is v=n/nmol.
molecular structure of a monatomic molecule v is the volume of the spherically symmetrical unit of the molecule. for molecules with van der waals dispersion the nonbonding electronic cloud of a molecule in a liquid extends into the vacuum beyond the molecule. the molecular volume of a spherically symmetrical molecule of a monatomic element in the liquid is the volume of this unit in cubic cm.
most of the compounds of atomic numbers 11 to 24 in group i elements as well as some of the compounds of group ii elements have the tetrahedral structure. the majority of these compounds are covalent compounds, but some of them are ionic. the compounds of atomic numbers 11 to 24 are called transition-metal compounds. many of these compounds are important in the industries such as the electronics, the optical, the medicine, etc., and so are very important in the world.
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