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Gibbs Free Energy of Formation of Gas, AG, A BT CT

gives a different example of the effects of TIP. In many fluorine compounds, AE is largely detemiined by the energy difference between the bonding and antibonding orbitals in the bond to F, and hence by the strength of this bond. The shifts correlate nicely in this way. For example, C-F bonds are notoriously strong and so give low values of 5p, whereas the remarkable reactivity of F2 depends on the weakness of the F-F bond, which also gives F2 a much higher chemical shift. The weakness of the bond to F is even more apparent in the chemical shifts of the explosive compounds XeF and FOOF. In some compounds the spectra also reflect the presence of distinct types of fluorine within the molecule. For example, ClFg has a T-shaped structure with the Cl-F bond stronger for the stem of the T, giving this single F atom a lower shift.

Glass and Related Mineral Industry Group Statisties

Glass Capillary Viscometers

Glass-Transition Temperature of Amorphous Polys

Glass-Transition Temperature of Amorphous Thermoplastics

Glass-Transition Temperatures of Atactic, Syndiotactic, and Isotactic Polymethacrylate Esters,

Glass-Transition Temperatures of Polysulfones Produced from the Polycondensation of Dichlorodiphenylsulfone with Various Bisphenols

Glass-Transition Temperatures of PQ and PPQ

Glass-Transition Temperatures of PVP

Glass-Transition Temperatures of Substituted Polystyrene

Global Ammonia Capacity and Fertilizer Nitrogen Consumption, 10 t of Elemental Nitrogen

Global Butadiene Consumption and Distribution, 1989,10 t

Global Capacity for Metallocene-Based Polyolefins

Global Electricity Production

Global Energy Consumption in 1990, EJ

Global Production Capacity for MDI and Polymeric MDI

Global sources of nitrous oxide

Glove material resistance rating

Glycerol Esters of Fatty Acids

Glycerol Production in the United States, t

Glycerol Use, t

Glycosyl Nucleosides

Gold Properties

Gold-Plating Bath Compositions

Government Specifications for Chromium Compounds

GPA liquefied Petroleum Gas Specifications

GPA Natural Gasoline Specifications

Grade of Ore for Economic Processing and Estimated World Reserves

Graded Series of Adsorbents

Grades and Specifications of Phloroglucinol Dihydrate

Grades I—III of Tall Oil Fatty Acids

Grades of aluminium alloys for electrical purposes

Grades of Industrial Nitrogen

Grades of Superior Processing Natural Rubber

Granular Activated Carbon Adsorption Effectively Removes Organics From a Variety of Industrial Wastewaters

Grapes Processed in California Wineries by Type and Variety

Graphite Prices

Greek Alphabet. 1-24

Green Forming Procedures for Electronic Ceramics

Grid Tile

Grignard Reagents Listed on the U.S. EPA Toxic Substances Control Act List

Groove Radii for New and Reconditioned Sheaves and Drums

Ground and excited configurations of some AH2 molecules

Ground configurations and ground states of atoms, listed in increasing order of atomic number Z, and their first ionization energies, E

Ground Mica Sold or Used in the United States

Groundwater Database, Atrazine

Group 5 Hydrides

Group characteristics of the 28-sheet described in

Group contributions to Cf, S , and AHf for ideal gases at 25 C, 1 atm, for alkanes.

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