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Thesis (M.S.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1955. Department of Chemistry.
The present investigation was designed to determine the stability constants associated with the several lead chloride complex species obtained in water solution, to study the effects of change in ionic strength and change in temperature, and to calculate some thermodynamic quantities for the formation reactions of the different complexes obtained. Furthermore, a comparison with other metal halide systems appeared advantageous.
Advisor: C.E. Vanderzee