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Molybdenum compounds

David H. Killeffer

Molybdenum compounds

their chemistry and technology

by David H. Killeffer

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Published by Interscience Publishers in New York .
Written in English

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  • Molybdenum compounds.

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    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementby D.H. Killeffer and Arthur Linz; with a chapter on the structural chemistry of molybdenum, by Linus Pauling.
    ContributionsLinz, Arthur.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD181.M7 K5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination407 p.
    Number of Pages407
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6110474M
    LC Control Number52006637
    OCLC/WorldCa16739662

    Molybdenum―sulfur Compounds 13 in Lubrication Molybdenum disulfide Used in e.g. greases, dispersions, friction materials and bonded coatings. Dry lubricant Molybdenum complexes antiwearand extreme pressure additives friction modifiers in lubricating oils and greases. soluble in petroleum oils and other organic solvents Decompose at hot metal. Compounds A number of molybdenum compounds are used in industry and research. Interestingly, molybdenum disulfide is still used as a lubricant, as it was over two hundred years ago. The slippery black powder looks and behaves much like graphite. Molybdenum is used in industrial operations to reduce the friction between sliding or rolling parts.

    Dramatic colour diagrams of abundances of molybdenum compounds provide broad insights into the important features and trends in the chemistry of molybdenum including reactivity and mechanism. The book is intended for use mainly as a research monograph by the many workers who may encounter molybdenum chemistry or who are looking for its. In the s and the early s there was an enormous volume of research and development into the subject of molybdenum disulphide lubrication, much of which was supported by national governments for the benefit of defence, aviation or space activities. There were already some well-established practical guidelines for deciding when and how to use molybdenum disulphide, but there was still a.

    Molybdenum compounds are used in catalysis, luber"zation, #ame retardancy and smoke suppression, pigments, agriculture, and corrosion inhibition (Sebenik et al., ). At high concentrations. Buy Molybdenum compounds, their chemistry and technology by David H. Killeffer, Arthur Linz online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now.


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Molybdenum compounds by David H. Killeffer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dramatic colour diagrams of abundances of molybdenum compounds provide broad insights into the important features and trends in the chemistry of molybdenum including reactivity and mechanism.

The book is intended for use mainly as a research monograph by the many workers who may encounter molybdenum chemistry or who are looking for its application and potential uses in different Manufacturer: Elsevier Science.

In addition some molybdenum compounds containing nitrogen and oxygen are known. The second part contains a full description of the compounds of molybdenum with fluorine. The Molybdenum compounds book MoF n with n ~ 2 are metastable while those with n = 3 to 6 are stable and have been observed in the Mo-F system.

The compounds contain either zero or one CO group bonded to the molybdenum atom. Volume 7 continues the 5 description of L-molybdenum compounds containing two CO groups, but no additional nl 5 ligands.

This volume Molybdenum compounds book L-molybdenum compounds with. This book will be of interest to inorganic chemists as well as students and researchers in the field of inorganic chemistry. Show less The Chemistry of Chromium, Molybdenum and Tungsten deals with the chemistry of chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten.

retired. Climax Molybdenum Company, Wheatridge, Colorado, United States, Search for more papers by this authorCited by: 56 JOURNAL OFCHEMICAL EDUCATION • MOLYBDENUM COMPOUNDS.

THEIR CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY D.H. Killeffer,ChemicalConsultant,andArthur Linz,Vice- President, Climax. Molybdenum functions as a cofactor for a limited number of enzymes in humans. The primary criterion used to set an Estimated Average Requirement (EAR) is molybdenum balance in controlled studies with specific amounts of molybdenum consumed.

Adjustments are made for the bioavailability of molybdenum. Based upon that oxidation number, an electronic configuration is also given but note that for more exotic compounds you should view this as a guide only.

In compounds of molybdenum (where known), the most common oxidation numbers of molybdenum are: 6, and 4. Hydrides. The term hydride is used to indicate compounds of the type M x H y and not necessarily to indicate that any compounds listed.

Molybdenum Catalyst Bibliography (–), Supplement 1, Climax Molybdenum Company, Compiled by E. Losey and D. Means Google Scholar ). Molybdenum Catalyst Bibliography (–), Supplement 2, Climax Molybdenum Company, Compiled by S. Cited by: conditions, and its ready accessibility. The compound is made commercially by the reaction of a molybdenum salt, reducing agent, and carbon monoxide at elevated temperature and pressure.

It should be realized that, like other metal carbonyls, Mo(CO)6 is a toxic chemical. The compound has an appreciable vapor pressure at room temperature and Size: 91KB. Country Life Chelated Molybdenum mcg, Tablets, Trace Mineral, Digestive Aid, Gluten-Free out of 5 stars 14 Chelated Molybdenum mcg Vegetarian Caps (Gluten Free & Non-GMO) Supports Detoxification, Enzymes, Nerves, and Sense of Well-Being.

The tungsten analogues of many of the molybdenum compounds discussed in Section are reported in the same references and are included in Table 1 but will not be separately discussed here. 55–7,59–63 In one particular case, the reactions of [(PPN) 2 W 2 (CO) 10] with ClHgM (M = MoCp(CO) 3, WCp(CO) 3, FeCp(CO) 2, Co(CO) 4, Mn(CO) 5 afforded the complexes [PPNW(CO) 5 HgM] while the.

Molybdenum is an element with an extremely rich and interesting chemistry having very versatile applications in various fields of human activity. It is used extensively in metallurgical applications.

Because of their anti-wear properties, molybdenum compounds find wide applications as lubricants - particularly in extreme or hostile /5(5). Molybdenum compounds appear to have a low toxicity in 3 humans. There are limited toxicity data for molybdenum in humans; 3 most of the data apply to animals.

Possible reasons for the presumed low toxicity of molybdenum 3 include its rapid excretion in the urine, especially at higher intake levels.

Show this book's table of contents, where. Most molybdenum compounds have low solubility in water, but when molybdenum-bearing minerals contact oxygen and water, the resulting molybdate ion MoO 2− 4 is quite soluble.

Industrially, molybdenum compounds (about 14% of world production of the element) are used in high-pressure and high-temperature applications as pigments and ciation: /məˈlɪbdənəm/ ​(mə-LIB-dən-əm).

Molybdenum is perhaps not as well known for its environmental effects as certain other metals; nevertheless, molybdenum plays an important role in the modern world.

It is an alloying element in metallurgical alloys and an essential compound in various life processes. present book is an edited volume on molybdenum and i ts compounds in different applications.

There are chapters concentrating on molybdenum and its alloys, molybdenumAuthor: Manoj Tripathi. Molybdenum is an element with an extremely rich and interesting chemistry having very versatile applications in various fields of human activity.

It is used extensively in metallurgical applications. Because of their anti-wear properties, molybdenum compounds find wide applications as lubricants - particularly in extreme or hostile environmental situations. Molybdenum and its Compounds: Applications, Electrochemical Properties and Geological Implications.

Viswanathan S. Saji, PhD (Editor) The University of Adelaide, School of Chemical Engineering, Adelaide, Australia The present book is an edited volume on molybdenum and its compounds in different applications.

There are chapters concentrating. Dramatic colour diagrams of abundances of molybdenum compounds provide broad insights into the important features and trends in the chemistry of molybdenum including reactivity and mechanism.

The book is intended for use mainly as a research monograph by the many workers who may encounter molybdenum chemistry or who are looking for its Book Edition: 1. Synergy is observed when the novel compounds are combined with a diaryl amine in a lubricant composition.

Novel molybdenum compounds are prepared by reacting a hindered amine with a molybdenum source, in the presence of one of (a) water, (b) a diol and water, and (c) the reaction product of a fatty oil and a multifunctional amine, and : 凯文J蔡斯, 约翰M德马萨, 布赖恩W斯廷克尔, 格伦A玛扎莫罗.USA1 US12/, USA USA1 US A1 US A1 US A1 US A US A US A US A1 US A1 USCited by: 6.

Molybdenum Compounds: Their Chemistry and Technology. D. H. Killeffer and Arthur Linz; with a chapter on "The Structural Chemistry of Molybdenum" by Linus Pauling.

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