THERMODYNAMIC STUDY ON COMPLEXATION EQUILIBRIA OF BINARY Th(IV) WITH MALIC ACID SYSTEMS
Coordination compounds differ greatly in nature and stability, so chemists could not completely agree on a simple definition of the term “Coordination Compound”. Early workers in this field had a few of the modern physico-chemical tools at their disposal, and if a material satisfied the law of definite proportions, it was considered as a compound.
KEY WORD: Thermodynamic, Equilibria, Th(Iv), Malic Acid.
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