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Usage

This box can be used as a complete section in the {{chembox}}. Copy the left column into an existing Chembox, before the first section, and give the section a unique number 0–9 (the first line becomes e.g. "| Section8 = {{Chembox Properties").

This parameter list: view · edit
| Section2 = {{Chembox Properties
| Reference = 
| Formula = 
| MolarMass =
| MolarMassRound =
| MolarMass_ref = 
| MolarMass_notes = 
| Appearance = 
| Odor = | Odour = 
| Density = 
| MeltingPt =
| MeltingPtC =
| MeltingPt_ref =
| MeltingPt_notes =
| BoilingPt =
| BoilingPtC =
| BoilingPt_ref =
| BoilingPt_notes =
| SublimationConditions = 
| Solubility = 
| SolubilityProduct = 
| SolubilityProductAs = 
| SolubleOther = 
| Solvent = 
| Solubility1 = 
| Solvent1 = 
| Solubility2 = 
| Solvent2 = 
| Solubility3 = 
| Solvent3 = 
| Solubility4 = 
| Solvent4 = 
| Solubility5 = 
| Solvent5 = 
| LogP = 
| VaporPressure = 
| HenryConstant = 
| AtmosphericOHRateConstant = 
| pKa = 
| pKb = 
| IsoelectricPt = 
| LambdaMax = 
| Absorbance = 
| BandGap = 
| ElectronMobility = 
| SpecRotation = 
| MagSus = 
| ThermalConductivity = 
| RefractIndex = 
| Viscosity = 
| CriticalRelativeHumidity = 
| Dipole = 
| OrbitalHybridisation = 
| SpecificSurfaceArea = 
| PoreVolume = 
| AveragePoreSize = 
  }}
{{Chembox Properties}} - complete list
Reference
Chemical formula
MolarMass
MolarMassRound
MolarMass_ref
MolarMass_notes
Appearance
Odor, Odour
Density
MeltingPt, any text
Number, formatted as Celcius. And is converted to F and K
 Also possible: MeltingPtF=, or MeltingPtK=
 
BoilingPt, any text
Number, formatted as Celcius. And is converted to F and K
 Also possible: BoilingPtF=, or BoilingPtK=
 
SublimationConditions
Solubility in water (Aqueous solution)
SolubilityProduct
SolubilityProductAs
SolubleOther
Solvent
Solubility1
[[{{{Solvent1}}}]]
Solubility2
[[{{{Solvent2}}}]]
Solubility3
[[{{{Solvent3}}}]]
Solubility4
[[{{{Solvent4}}}]]
Solubility5
[[{{{Solvent5}}}]]
LogP
VaporPressure
HenryConstant
AtmosphericOHRateConstant
pKa
pKb
IsoelectricPt
LambdaMax
Absorbance
BandGap
ElectronMobility
SpecRotation
MagSus
ThermalConductivity
RefractIndex
Viscosity
CriticalRelativeHumidity
Dipole
OrbitalHybridisation
SpecificSurfaceArea
PoreVolume
AveragePoreSize
 

Deprecated:

  • MassRound use MolarMassRound
  • Melting: use MeltingPt MeltingPtC/F/K MeltingPt_ref MeltingPt_notes
  • Boiling: use BolingPt BoilingPtC/F/K BoilingPt_ref BoilingPt_notes


Advanced

Chemical formula by element:

 | C = | H = | N = | O = | etc.

Temperatures

Temperatures for both for the melting point and boiling point can be entered in multiple ways. |MeltingPt= and |BoilingPt= allow any textual input. E.g.:

|MeltingPt=Unknown shows: Unknown

When supplying a temperature value (the numerical value in either °C, °F or K), the infobox will calculate and present all three temperatures. Only one of the three _C, _F, _K values may be entered. E.g.:

|MeltingPtC=100 shows: 100 °C; 212 °F; 373 K

To show a temperature range, simply add the corresponding _CH high value (_FH, _KH). E.g.:

|MeltingPtF=50 |MeltingPtFH=75 shows 10 or 24 °C; 50 or 75 °F; 283 or 297 K

All available temperature parameters:

| MeltingPt
| MeltingPtPrefix
| MeltingPtC
| MeltingPtF
| MeltingPtK
| MeltingPt_ref
| MeltingPt_notes

| BoilingPt
| BoilingPtPrefix
| BoilingPtC
| BoilingPtF
| BoilingPtK
| BoilingPt_ref
| BoilingPt_notes

| MeltingPtCH
| MeltingPtFH
| MeltingPtKH
| BoilingPtCH
| BoilingPtFH
| BoilingPtKH
* Any text, shown literally
* Prefix before calculations
* Temperature in Celsius; numerical
*    Temperature in Fahrenheit; numerical
*    Temperature in Kelvins; numerical
* Reference
* Any text added as a postfix

* Any text, shown literally
* Prefix
* Temperature in Celsius; numerical
*    Temperature in Fahrenheit; numerical
*    Temperature in Kelvins; numerical
* Reference
* Any text added as a postfix

* Deprecated, use "MeltingPtC = 100 to 200" to enter a range
*
*
*
*
*

Deprecated

The next parameters are deprecated:

| MeltingPtCH
| MeltingPtFH
| MeltingPtKH
| BoilingPtCH
| BoilingPtFH
| BoilingPtKH

| MeltingPtCL
| MeltingPtFL
| MeltingPtKL
| BoilingPtCL
| BoilingPtFL
| BoilingPtKL
-> Use "MeltingPtC= 100 to 200" to enter a range
-> Use "MeltingPtF= 100 to 200" to enter a range
-> Use "MeltingPtK= 100 to 200" to enter a range

Deprecated as of December, 2013

 {{{ExactMass}}}  - deprecated 2012,

See talkpage

Example

Ammonia
Properties
NH3
Molar mass 17.031 g/mol
Appearance Colourless gas
Odor strong pungent odor
Density 0.86 kg/m3 (1.013 bar at boiling point)
0.73 kg/m3 (1.013 bar at 15 °C)
681.9 kg/m3 at −33.3 °C (liquid)
Melting point −77.73 °C (−107.91 °F; 195.42 K)
Boiling point −33.34 °C (−28.01 °F; 239.81 K)
47% (0 °C)
31% (25 °C)
28% (50 °C)[1]
Solubility soluble in chloroform, ether, ethanol, methanol
Vapor pressure 8573 h Pa
Acidity (pKa) 32.5 (−33 °C),[2] 10.5 (DMSO)
Basicity (pKb) 4.75
1.3327
Viscosity 0.276 cP (-40 °C)
Except where noted otherwise, data is given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C (77 °F), 100 kPa)
Infobox references
{{Chembox
| Name = Ammonia
|Section2 = {{Chembox Properties
| Formula = NH<sub>3</sub>
| MolarMass = 17.031 g/mol
| Appearance = Colourless gas
| Odor = strong pungent odor
| Density = 0.86 kg/m<sup>3</sup> (1.013 bar at boiling point)<br />0.73 kg/m<sup>3</sup> (1.013 bar at 15 °C)<br />681.9 kg/m<sup>3</sup> at −33.3 °C (liquid)
| MeltingPtC = −77.73
| BoilingPtC = −33.34
| Solubility = 47% (0 °C)<br />31% (25 °C)<br />28% (50 °C)<ref>{{cite book|url=http://books.google.com/?id=0fT4wfhF1AsC&pg=PA17|page=17|title=Handbook of inorganic compounds |author=Perry, Dale L.; Phillips, Sidney L.|publisher=CRC Press|year=1995|isbn=0-8493-8671-3}}</ref>
| SolubleOther = soluble in [[chloroform]], [[ether]], [[ethanol]], [[methanol]]
| Solvent =
| pKa = 32.5 (−33 °C),<ref>Perrin, D. D., ''Ionisation Constants of Inorganic Acids and Bases in Aqueous Solution''; 2nd Ed., Pergamon Press: Oxford, '''1982'''.</ref> 10.5 (DMSO)
| pKb = 4.75
| RefractIndex = 1.3327
| Viscosity = 0.276 cP (-40 °C)
| VaporPressure = 8573 h Pa
  }}
}}

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References

These references will appear in the article, but this list appears only on this page.
  1. ^ Perry, Dale L.; Phillips, Sidney L. (1995). Handbook of inorganic compounds. CRC Press. p. 17. ISBN 0-8493-8671-3. 
  2. ^ Perrin, D. D., Ionisation Constants of Inorganic Acids and Bases in Aqueous Solution; 2nd Ed., Pergamon Press: Oxford, 1982.