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Issue 4, 2008
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Solvation parameters for mercury and mercury(ii) compounds: calculation of properties of environmental interest

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Abstract

Descriptors have been determined for four inorganic mercury(II) species and for seventeen organic mercury(II) species, using experimental literature data. These descriptors can then be used in equations that we have already set out in order to estimate a large number of physicochemical properties. These include the water to octanol partition coefficient and the gas to water partition coefficient. For the organic mercury(II) species, including dimethylmercury and the methylmercury(II) halides, the latter has been estimated over the temperature range 273–373 K.

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Submitted
21 Dec 2007
Accepted
05 Feb 2008
First published
07 Mar 2008

J. Environ. Monit., 2008,10, 435-442
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Solvation parameters for mercury and mercury(II) compounds: calculation of properties of environmental interest

M. H. Abraham, J. Gil-Lostes, W. E. Acree, Jr, J. Enrique Cometto-Muñiz and W. S. Cain, J. Environ. Monit., 2008, 10, 435
DOI: 10.1039/B719685G

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