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By Alan D. Wilson;John W. Nicholson

There was a failure to acknowledge acid-base cements as a unmarried, well-defined classification of fabric. This e-book makes an attempt to treatment this case via unifying the topic and treating this variety of fabrics as a unmarried category. Following a quick ancient review, an introductory bankruptcy defines those cements as fabrics which are shaped by means of reacting a easy powder with an acidic liquid to yield a salt-like matrix. the character of the cementation procedure and the cement-forming acids and bases are mentioned. different chapters are dedicated to the equipment of analysis, the constitution of water and straightforward polyelectrolyte conception.

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However, the theory of Arrhenius is far more narrow than both its predecessors and its successors and, indeed, it is the most restrictive of all acid-base theories. Since Arrhenius, definitions have extended the scope of what we mean by acids and bases. These theories include the proton transfer definition of Bronsted-Lowry (Bronsted, 1923; Lowry, 1923a,b), the solvent system concept (Day & Selbin, 1969), the Lux-Flood theory for oxide melts, the electron pair donor and acceptor definition of Lewis (1923, 1938) and the broad theory of Usanovich (1939).

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