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Zirconium, Zr, Element 40



Zirconium

Zirconium - chemical symbol Zr, atomic number 40 - is a widely distributed chemical element in the Earth crust and a lustrous, silvery metal in the group of transition metals.

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Information and data about the element


Zirconium, Zr
Chemical and physical properties; comprehensive data. Environmental Chemistry, USA - [e]

Zirconium, Zr
Chemical and physical properties. Webelements, UK - [e]

Zirconium, Zr
Chemical and physical properties. Chemsoc, UK - [e]



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Atom, Orbitals, Radiochemistry


Atomic Data for Zirconium (Zr)
This handbook is designed to provide a selection of the most important and frequently used atomic spectroscopic data in an easily accessible format. Basic Atomic Spectroscopic Data. NIST - [e]

Isotopes of Zirconium
Isotope data. Jefferson Lab - [e]

Radiochemistry of Zirconium
Monographs on Radiochemistry and Radiochemical Techniques. National Academy of Sciences. LANL, USA - Format: PDF - [e]

Radiochemistry of Zirconium and Niobium
Monograph on Radiochemistry and Radiochemical Techniques. LANL, USA - Format: PDF - [e]

X-ray properties of Zirconium
Periodic table of X-ray properties. CSRRI, USA - [e]

Zirconium Isotopic Data
Data table. Radiochemistry Society, USA - [e]



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Special Information


Oxidation of zirconium
The initial stages of the oxidation of zirconium. Dissertation, 2005 - [e]

Tetravalent zirconium
Chemistry of tetravalent plutonium and zirconium : hydrolysis, solubility, colloid formation and redox reactions. Dissertation, 2006. FZ Karlsruhe - [e]

Zirconium Tetrachloride (ZrCl4) Catalyzed Highly Chemoselective and Efficient Acetalization
... of Carbonyl Compounds. Article, Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]



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Group Elements - Information


Chemistry of the Transition Metals
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Mixed valence transition metal oxides
Article: Electronic structure of mixed valence transition metal oxides - Format: PDF - [e]

Organometallic Chemistry
Organometallic Chemistry of Transition Metals: Curiosity Unbound - Format: PDF - [e]

Transition Metal Chemistry
This page explains what a transition metal is in terms of its electronic structure, and then goes on to look at the general features of transition metal chemistry - [e]

Transition metal complexes
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Transition Metals
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]



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Compound Classes


Polyhydride complexes
Synthesis, structure, and reactivity of electron-deficient zirconium and hafnium polyhydride complexes. Dissertation, 2003. University of Groningen - [e]

Schwartz's Reagent
... in organic synthesis - [e]



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Compounds


Zirconium and zirconium compounds
Database search form for zirconium and zirconium compounds: properties, safety data, available products etc. - [e, d]

Zirconium Chemicals and Oxides
Manufacturers and suppliers of Zirconium chemicals and oxides. Applications include nanotechnology, paper coatings, engineering ceramics and microwave based ... - [e, d]



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Analysis and Determination


Analytical Methods: Zirconium
Elements by ICP; aqua regia ashing. NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods, NMAM - [e]

Zirconium Qualitative Analysis
Metal cation identification - [e]



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Organometallic Chemistry


Mono- and binuclear complexes of low-valent zirconium
This thesis is a study on the synthesis and reactivity of low-valent zirconium. University of Groningen - [e]

New synthetic methods based on organozirconium and organocopper chemistry
Four inter-related topics highlighting recent, unpublished developments on the transmetalation chemistry associated with zirconium and copper reagents are presented. PDF article, IUPAC 1994 - Format: PDF - [e]

Some newer aspects of organozirconium chemistry of relevance to organic synthesis
Zr-Catalyzed enantioselective carbometallation. PDF article, IUPAC 2001 - Format: PDF - [e]



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Geochemistry and Biogeochemistry


Zirconium and Hafnium - Statistics and Information
... on the worldwide supply of, demand for, and flow of minerals and materials essential to the U.S. economy, the national security, and protection of the environment. U.S. Geological Survey - [e]

Zirconium Minerals
The mineralogy of Zirconium. Webmineral - [e]



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Dissertations


Zirconium isotope cosmochemistry
Disseration, ETH Zürich - [e]







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Catherine Housecroft, Alan G. Sharpe

Housecroft Inorganic Chemistry

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