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sulfur solubilities tables?

math - 1-11-2008 at 09:26


I am in trouble finding quantitative sulfur solubilities (other than 'slightly soluble' or 'soluble'), and also there does seem to exist no data about solubilities in more uncommon solvents or 'exotic' compounds, which I am sure there should be awareness of.

already checked CRC handbook

anyone can help? thank you very much

JohnWW - 1-11-2008 at 10:44

The International Critical Tables may have such solubility data. There are downloads of then available from time to time - search on Google. This search string, which gives 479 results, should bring up something:
"International Critical Tables" ISO OR PDF OR RAR OR ZIP rapidshare OR mihd OR mediafire OR megaupload OR ifile OR torrent

smuv - 1-11-2008 at 11:55

Solubilities of inorganic and organic substances

Formatik - 1-11-2008 at 13:08

That's a useful handbook. Sulfur solubilities on pgs. 327-328.

chemkid - 1-11-2008 at 15:52

Sulfur is significantly soluble in olive oil and more so when heated (obviously). I think there is a thread around here somewhere. From my experience only flowers of sulfur is soluble.


JohnWW - 2-11-2008 at 14:09

Here is a complete download of Seidell's compilation, the copyright of which has long since expired: 57.76 Mb - A Seidell (1917)

I will be posting further about the International Critical Tables (1930) in the References section.

[Edited on 3-11-08 by JohnWW]