Study of Inorganic and Coordination Compounds by the Static Tensimetric Method from Mendeleev to the Present Day

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The review presents the evolution of the static tensimetric method from Mendeleev to the present day. A description of a new-generation automatic tensimetric apparatus is given. The specific examples show application of the static method with a membrane null-manometer to the study of various processes involving inorganic and coordination compounds: homogeneous gas phase equilibria, heterogeneous condensed phase-vapor equilibria, and kinetics of amidoboranes decomposition.

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Davydova, E. I., Doinikov, D. A., Kazakov, I. V., Krasnova, I. S., Sevast’yanova, T. N., Suvorov, A. V., & Timoshkin, A. Y. (2019). Study of Inorganic and Coordination Compounds by the Static Tensimetric Method from Mendeleev to the Present Day. Russian Journal of General Chemistry, 89(6), 1069–1084. https://doi.org/10.1134/S1070363219060021

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