Predefinição:Chembox Properties

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Antes de realizar qualquer modificação significativa, sempre considere primeiro testá-la na predefinição de testes ou em Predefinição:Chembox Properties/Testes (ou ainda em sua página de testes).

Standard[editar | editar código-fonte]

This box can be used as a module in the {{chembox new}}. Copy the left column into an existing chembox new, before the first section, and give the section a unigue number (the first line becomes e.g. "| Section8 = {{Chembox Properties", there are 15 sections available).

| Section = {{Chembox Properties
| Formula = 
| MolarMass = 
| MolarMass_notes =
| Appearance = 
| Density = 1,87 g/cm³
| MeltingPt = 323,4 °C
| Melting_notes = 
| BoilingPt = 112,5 °C
| Boiling_notes = 
| SublimationConditions = 
| Solubility = 7,3 mg/L
| SolubilityProduct = 
| SolubilityProductAs = 
| SolubilityOther = 
| Solvent = 
| pKa = 
| pKb = 
| IsoElectricPt = 
| LambdaMax = 
| Absorbance = 
| BandGap = 
| ElectronMobility = 
| SpecRotation = 
| MagSus = 
| ThermalConductivity = 
| RefractIndex = 
| Viscosity = 
| CriticalRelativeHumidity =
| Dipole = 
}}
| Section = {{Chembox Properties
* Molecular formula (see notes in advanced)
* Molecular mass of the compound (see notes in advanced)
*  Notes for molecular mass (e.g. useful for reporting a hydrate).
* appearance
* Density
* Melting point (see notes in advanced)
*  Notes on Melting point 
* Boiling point (see notes in advanced)
*  Notes on Boiling point
* Conditions under which this compound sublimes
* Solubility in water
* Solubility product
*  Solubility Product
* Solubility in other solvent
*  In which solvent
* Isoelectric point
* pKa
* pKb
* λ Max
*  Absorbance at λ Max
* BandGap
* Electron Mobility
* Specific Rotation
* Magnetic Susceptibility
* Thermal Conductivity
* Refraction Index
* Viscosity
* Critical Relative Humidity
* Dipole
}}

Advanced[editar | editar código-fonte]

Besides these fields, there are a number of advanced fields:

| C = | H = | N = | O =

 
| MassRound =
| MeltingPtC =
| MeltingPtCL =
| MeltingPtCH =
| MeltingPtK =
| MeltingPtKL =
| MeltingPtKH =
| MeltingPtF =
| MeltingPtFL =
| MeltingPtFH =
| BoilingPtC = 
| BoilingPtCL =
| BoilingPtCH =
| BoilingPtK =
| BoilingPtKL =
| BoilingPtKH =
| BoilingPtF =
| BoilingPtFL =
| BoilingPtFH =
| Solubility1 = 
| Solvent1 = 
| Solubility2 = 
| Solvent2 = 
| Solubility3 = 
| Solvent3 = 
| Solubility4 = 
| Solvent4 = 
| Solubility5 = 
| Solvent5 = 
| Solubility6 = 
| Solvent6 = 
}}
* For each element a parameter with its count, 
:gives a molecular formula and a molar mass-field
:These fields override the available Formula and MolarMass!
* Can be used to give a different rounding to the molecular mass (default = 2)
* Melting point in C
*  Melting point in C (low of range)
*  Melting point in C (high of range)
* Melting point in K
*  Melting point in K (low of range)
*  Melting point in K (high of range)
* Melting point in F
*  Melting point in F (low of range)
*  Melting point in F (high of range)
* Boiling point in C
*  Boiling point in C (low of range)
*  Boiling point in C (high of range)
* Boiling point in K
*  Boiling point in K (low of range)
*  Boiling point in K (high of range)
* Boiling point in F
*  Boiling point in F (low of range)
*  Boiling point in F (high of range)
* Solubility in solvent 1
*  Solvent1
* Solubility in solvent 2
*  Solvent2
* Solubility in solvent 3
*  Solvent3
* Solubility in solvent 4
*  Solvent4
* Solubility in solvent 5
*  Solvent5
* Solubility in solvent 6
*  Solvent6
}}

When supplying one of the melting points or boiling points of the extended set, it will also calculate the other melting/boiling points (e.g. 'MeltingPtC = 100' results in '100 °C, 373 K, 212 °F').