ALKALINE & ALKALINE-EARTH METAL CHEMISTRY
1995 - 2000

 

"Beryllium Chelation by Dicarboxylic Acids in Aqueous Solutions"
M. Schmidt, A. Bauer, H. Schmidbaur, Inorg. Chem. 36, 2040-2043 (1997).

"Identification and Structural Characterization of the Predominant Species Present in Alkaline Hydroxyberyllate Solutions"
H. Schmidbaur, M. Schmidt, A. Schier, J. Riede, T. Tamm, P. Pyykkö, J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 120, 2967-2968 (1998).

"The Novel Binuclear Hydroxyberyllate Species [Be2(OH)7]3- and the Hydroxide Hydrate Anion [H3O2]- as Components of Beryllate Equilibria"
M. Schmidt, A. Schier, J. Riede, H. Schmidbaur, Inorg. Chem. 37, 3452-3453 (1998).

"Complexation of Beryllium(II) by Maleic and Succinic Acid"
M. Schmidt, A. Bauer, A. Schier, H. Schmidbaur, Z. Naturforsch. 53b, 727-733 (1998).

"Magnesium Bis[D(-)-Mandelate] Dihydrate and Other Alkaline Earth, Alkali, and Zink Salts of Mandelic Acid"
M. Schmidt, A. Schier, H. Schmidbaur, Z. Naturforsch. 53b, 1098-1102 (1998).

"Ligand Redistribution Equilibria in Aqueous Fluoroberyllate Solutions"
M. Schmidt, H. Schmidbaur, Z. Naturforsch. 53b, 1294-1300 (1998).

 

Review Article:

 

"Warum ist Beryllium so toxisch?"
O. Kumberger, H. Schmidbaur, Chemie in unserer Zeit 27, 310-316 (1993).

 

 


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