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         QC61 Chemie, Astronomie, Geophysik und Technik, 6th edition.
              Objective--The  compilation of all verified  physical  data 
              resulting  from research in the fields of physics,  chemis-
              try, astronomy, geophysics, and technology.
                  The  6th  edition was begun in 1950  and  completed  in 
              1981,  in 4 volumes of 28 parts.  The language  is  German, 
              but some English titles appear in this edition.
                  General outline of the 6th edition:
                  Volume 1  Atomic and Molecular Physics  5 parts
                  Volume 2  Properties of Matter in Its Aggregated State   
                            10 parts in 13
                  Volume 3  Astronomy and Geophysics  1 part
                  Volume 4  Basic Techniques  4 parts in 10
         Ref  Landolt-Bornstein Zahlenwerte und Funktionen aus Naturwis
         QC61 senschaften und Technik, New Series
         .L26 (Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and 
                  Because  of  the difficulty in adhering  to  the  rigid 
              overall  plan of the 6th edition, the New Series was  begun 
              in 1961 with a more flexible scheme.  There will be no  7th 
              edition,  as  the  New Series is  arranged  to  accommodate 
              future  information.  The preface, table of  contents,  and 
              introductory chapter in each volume are also in English.
                  General outline of the New Series:
                    Group I   Nuclear and Particle Physics
                    Group II  Atomic and Molecular Physics
                    Group III Crystal and Solid State Physics
                    Group IV  Macroscopic and Technical Properties of 
                    Group V   Geophysics and Space Research
                    Group VI  Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Research
                    Group VII Biophysics
         Ref  Landolt-Bornstein Zahlenwerte und Funktionen aus Naturwis
         QC61 senschaften und Technik Comprehensive Index for 6th ed., 
         .L253 1950-1980, and New Series, 1961-1985.
                  Listed below are contents of the volumes currently held 
              in  the Chemistry Library--all volumes of the  6th  edition 
              and the majority of the volumes of the New Series.
              Volume I  ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS  (5 parts)
                 Part I (1950).  Atoms and Ions
                    The system of units:  length, mass, time, mechanical, 
                 electrical,  thermal, photometry;  relationship  between 
                 electrical  and magnetic units.  The basic constants  of 
                 physics, velocity of light, Planck's constant,  gravita-
                 tion constant; proton, a particle.  Wavelength of atomic 
                 spectra;  Faraday  effect and other effects due  to  the 
                 external shell of electrons.
                 Part 2 (1951). Molecular Structure
                       Atomic distances and structure; energy of chemical 
                 bindings; dissociation of di- and polyatomic  molecules; 
                 oscillation and rotation of molecules; the restraint  of 
                 molecular rotation.
                 Part 3 (1951). The External Electron Ring
                       Band spectra of diatomic and polyatomic molecules; 
                 light   absorption   of   solutions   in   visible   and 
                 ultraviolet;  energy  of ionization;  optical  rotation; 
                 electrical moments of molecules; electrical and  optical 
                 polarization  of molecules; magnetic moment;  dimagnetic 
                 polarization; quantum yield in photochemical reactions.
                 Part 4 (1955). Crystals
                       Symmetry, crystal class, space groupings;  lattice 
                 type,  structure  and dimensions of  crystals;  ion  and 
                 atomic  radii;  lattice  energy;  internal   variations; 
                 electron  emission of metals and metalloids;  X-ray  and 
                 electron and high frequency spectra of crystals; lattice 
                 distortion and absorption in alkali; halogen compounds.
                 Part 5 (1952). Atomic Nucleus and Elementary Particles
                       The energy of the atomic nucleus; hyperfine struc-
                 ture  of  spectral lines; naturally  radioactive  atoms; 
                 rotation of the nucleus and light quanta; cosmic  radia-
                          AGGREGATION (10 parts)
                 Part 1 (1971). Thermal Mechanical State
                       SI  units;  T,  V  and  P  measurement;  hardness; 
                 natural  isotopes;  densities and  compressibilities  of 
                 solutions; non-ionized solutions.
                 Part 2. Equilibria Other Than Melting Point Equilibria:
                    Part 2a (1960). Vapour Condensed Phase Equilibria and         
                                    Osmotic Phenomena
                          One-component systems; vapour pressures of pure 
                 substances;  densities  of co-existing  phases  of  pure 
                 substances; effect of pressur on melting and  transition 
                 points;   liquid  crystals.    Multicomponent   systems:  
                 vapour pressures of mixtures; heterogeneous  equilibria; 
                 colligative properties.
                    Part 2b (1962). Solution Equilibria I
                         Multicomponent systems (contd):  solution  equi-
                 libria  of (a) gases in liquids, (b) gases in solid  and 
                 liquid  metals,  (c)  solids  and  liquids  in   liquids 
                 (solubilities  of  organic substances  in  water,  etc.; 
                 solubilities of inorganic substances in water, etc.).
                    Part 2c (1964). Solution Equilibria 2
                         Solubilities  of organic substances  in  organic 
                 liquids;  equilibria in systems with several  immiscible 
                 Part  3 (1956). Melting Point Equilibria  and  Interface            
                       Melting point diagrams of metal alloys; binary and 
                 ternary systems of inorganic compounds; reciprocal  salt 
                 pairs;  silicates;  melting opint  diagrams  of  organic 
                 systems and inorganic-organic systems.
                 Part 4 (1961). Calorimetry
                       Molar  heat capacities, entropies, enthalpies  and 
                 free  energies and their temperature dependence;  tables 
                 for  calculating  thermodynamic  functions  from   known 
                 molecular vibrations; Joule-Thomson effect; magnetother-
                 mal effect with paramagnetic salts at very low  tempera-
                 tures; thermodynamic functions of mixtures and solutions 
                 (including heats of adsorption and neutralization).
                 Part  5a  (1969). Transport Phenomena I,  Viscosity  and                          
                       Viscosity of gases and liquids; diffusion of gases 
                 and liquids.
                 Part 5b (1968). Transport Phenomena II, Kinetics,  Homo-
                                 geneous Gas Equilibria
                       Dynamic constants (contd):  thermal  conductivity; 
                 thermal   diffusion  in  gases  and  liquids;   reaction 
                 velocities in gases and oslids; homegeneous gas  equili-
                 Part 6 (1959). Electrical Characteristics I
                       Electrical  conductivity of metals; ionic  conduc-
                 tivity in solids (crystals); Hall effect and  transistor 
                 effect; conductivity transition point;  photoconductivi-
                 ty; piezoelectric, elastic, dielectric constants of some 
                 systems; dielectric properties of crystals,  crystalline 
                 solids,  glass, synthetic materials (Volume 4,  Part  3, 
                 658);  crystalline liquids, pure liquids, aqueous  solu-
                 tions;  non-aqueous  solutions;  gases.   Thermoelectric 
                 effects:  Peltier effect; Thomson effect; photo-emission 
                 and secondary electron emission effects.
                 Part 7 (1960). Electrical Characteristics 2. Conductivi-                              
                                ity of Electron Systems
                       Conductivity   of  molten  salts;  pure   liquids; 
                 conductivity, transport numbers and ion conductivity  of 
                 aqueous   electrolytic  solutions;  transport   numbers; 
                 electrolytes in heavy water; conductivity in non-aqueous 
                 solutions--organic and inorganic; electrophoretic mobil-
                 ities   and   electrokinetic   potentials;   e.m.f.   of 
                 reversible  and  inversible cells in  aqueous  and  non-
                 aqueous  solutions;  e.m.f. of cells  in  molten  salts; 
                 electrolytic dissociation of constants; acid-base  indi-
                 cators; buffer mixtures and compositions. 
                 Part 8 (1962). Optical Constants
                       Metals and alloys; non-metallic substances; glass-
                 es and plastics; optical and magneto-optical  character-
                 istics of liquid crystals; liquids; gases.
                 Part 9 (1962).  Magnetic Characteristics 1
                       Metallic  elements and alloys; magnetic  compounds 
                 with  definite structures; inorganic compounds with  one 
                 ion or several ions with partly filled shells;  Crystals 
                 (and glasses) with defects; semiconductors; paramagnetic 
                 relaxation; nuclear magnetic relaxation.
                 Part 10 (1967).  Magnetic Characteristics 2
                       Diamagnetic  susceptibilities; diamagnetic  aniso-
                 tropy; paramagnetic susceptibilities.
              Volume 3 (1952) ASTRONOMY AND GEOPHYSICS (1 part)
                  Types  and location of instruments; location  and  time 
              constants;  frequence  and occurrence  of  elements;  solar 
              system;  magnitude  of radiation; movement of  stars;  star 
              systems  and special star types; galactic mist.  The  shape 
              of the earth; force of gravity; minerals and rocks; earth's 
              magnetic  field;  oceanography;  hydrography,  meteorology; 
              external atmosphere.
              Volume 4 - BASIC TECHNIQUES (4 parts)
                 Part 1 (1955). Natural Materials and Mechanical Proper- 
                       Basic technical and physical units; mass,  length, 
                 time, area, volume, frequency, velocity; units of force, 
                 pressure,   energy,  work;  electrical   units;   atomic 
                 weights; hydrometry and pyknometry.  Natural and artifi-
                 cial  building materials:  cement, mortar,  stone,  wood 
                 paper, cellulose.  Fibrous materials:  ceramics,  glass, 
                 natural  and synthetic rubber, Friction  and  viscosity; 
                 static  and  dynamic friction and  viscosity  flotation; 

                 Part 2. Metallic Materials:
                    Part  2a (1963). Fundamentals, Testing Methods,  Fer-
                                     rous Materials
                            Characteristics   of  metals;  test   methods 
                    (investigation   of  mechanical   properties);   non-
                    destructive testing; steel production; standards  and 
                    physical characteristics for ferrous metals;  special 
                    chemical and physical properties, ferrous and oxygen-
                    free alloys.
                    Part 2b (1964). Sintering Materials.  Heavy Metals.
                            Powder  metallurgy and  sintering  materials:  
                    W,  Rh, Ta, Mo, Nb, V, Cr, Co, Ni, Mn, noble  metals, 
                    Cu, Sb, Zn, Pb, Bi, Sn.
                    Part  2c  (1965). Light  Metals,  Special  Materials, 
                                      Semiconductors, Corrosion
                            Ti,  Be, Al, Mg, Li, Rb, Cs;  liquid  metals, 
                    reactor  materials, U, Pu, Zr, Hf, Th,  rare  earths, 
                    semiconductors, solders, enamel, hard solders;  weld-
                    ing, cutting and extrusion of metals; metal adhesion; 
                    corrosion behaviour of materials (arranged by  corro-
                    sive agent)
                 Part 3 (1957). Electrical, Optical and X-ray Techniques
                       Technical   conductivity  of  solid   and   liquid 
                 materials;  thermo-elements;  discharge  through  gases; 
                 insulating  materials--synthetic and  natural;  magnetic 
                 properties;   illumination;  light   sources;   luminous 
                 substances; light filters; photosensitive materials,  X-
                 ray techniques, circuits and dispositions.  General  and 
                 medical  x-ray techniques:  x-ray spectra; a  radiation; 
                 fine line structure of x-ray spectra.
                 Part  4.   Determination of  Thermal  and  Thermodynamic 
                    Part 4a (1967). Methods of Measurement, Thermodynamic 
                                    Properties of Homogeneous Materials
                            Thermometry;    hygrometry;     thermodynamic 
                    properties of gases, vapours, liquids and solids.
                    Part 4b (1972). Thermodynamic Properties of Mixtures,  
                                    Combustion, Heat Transfer
                            Thermodynamic equilibria of mixtures; adsorp-
                    tion.  Fuels and combustion.  Thermal conductivity.
                    Part 4c  Absorption Equilibria of Gases in Liquids:

                      Part 4c1 (1976). Methods of Measurement,  Thermody-
                                       namic Properties of Homegenous
                            Water,  D20, organic liquids, oils, HF,  NH3, 
                      etc.; aqueous solutions
                      Part  4c2  (1977). Absorption in  Liquids  of  High 
                                         Vapour Pressure
                            Elements  in liquid phase;  liquid  inorganic 
                      compounds;  liquid  organic compounds;  liquid  CH-
                      compounds; liquid substituted CH-compounds.
        NEW SERIES
           Vol. I  Energy levels of nuclei, A = 5 to A = 257 (1961)
           Vol. 2  Nuclear radii (1967)
           Vol. 3  Numerical tables for angular correlation computations
                   in a -,B and g-spectroscopy (1968)
           Vol. 4  Numerical tables for beta decay and electron capture
           Vol. 5  Q-values and excitation functions of nuclear reactions
                5a Q-values (1973)
                5b Excitation functions for charged-particle induced 
                   nuclear reactions (1973)
                5c Estimation of unknown excitation functions and thick
                   target yields for p, d, 3He and a-reactions
           Vol. 6  Properties and production spectra of elementary 
                   particles (1972)
           Vol. 7  Elastic and charge exchange scattering of elementary 
                   particles (1973)
           Vol. 8  Photoproduction of elementary particles (1973)
        Group II  ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS  (see also Group I Vol. 3)
           Vol. 1  Magnetic properties of free radicals (1965)
           Vol. 2  Magnetic properties of coordination and organometallic
                   transition metal compounds (1966)
           Vol. 3  Luminescence of organic substances (1967)
           Vol. 4  Molecular constants from microwave spectroscopy (1967)
           Vol. 5  Molecular acoustics (1967)
           Vol. 6  Molecular constants from microwave, molecular beam and
                   ESR spectroscopy.  Supplement and extension to Vol. 
                   II/4 (1974)
           Vol. 7  Structure data of free polyatomic molecules (1976)
           Vol. 8  Magnetic properties of coordination and organometallic
                   transition metal compounds.  Supplement 1 to Vol. 
                   II/2 (1976)
           Vol. 13 Rate and equilibrium constants for reactions of 
                   polyatomic free radicals, biradicals, and radical 
                   ions in liquids
               13a Carbon centered radicals I
               13b Carbon centered radicals II
               13c Nitroxides.  Radicals centered on N, S, P, & other
               13d Oxi-, peroxi-, and related radicals
               13e Proton and electron transfer.  Biradicals
           Vol. 14 Molecular constants mostly from microwave, molecular
                   beam, and electron resonance spectroscopy.  
                   Supplement & extension to Vols. II/4 & II/6.  Parts
                   a & b.
        Group III  CRYSTAL AND SOLID STATE PHYSICS (see also Group I/
                   Vol 3)
           Vol. I  Elastic, piezoelectric, piezooptic and electrooptic
                   constants of crystals (1966)
           Vol. 2  Elastic, piezoelectric, piezooptic, electrooptic 
                   constants, and non-linear dielectric susceptibilities
                   of crystals.  Supplement and extension to Vol III/1
           Vol. 3  Ferro- and antiferroelectric substances (1969)
           Vol. 4  Magnetic and other properties of oxides and related
                   compounds (1970) Parts a & b
           Vol. 5  Structure data of organic crystals (1971) Parts a & b
           Vol. 6  Structure data of elements and intermetallic phases
           Vol. 7  Crystal structure data of inorganic compounds:
               7a  Key elements:  F, Cl, Br, I (VII. Main Group)/halides
                   and complex halides (1973)
               7b1 Key element:  O.  (1975)
               7e  Key elemtns:  d9-, d10-, d1...d3-, f-elements.  (1976)
               7g  References for III/7 (1974)
           Vol. 8  Epitaxy data of inorganic and organic crystals (1972)
           Vol. 9  Ferro- and antiferroelectric substances.  Supplement 
                   and extension to Vol. III/3
           Vol. 10 Structure data of organic crystals, Supplement and 
                   extension to Vol. III/5 (1983)
           Vol. 1  Densities of liquid systems and their heat capacities
               1a  Nonaqueous systems and ternary aqueous systems (1974)
           Vol. 2  Heats of mixing and solution (1976)
           Vol. 3  Thermodynamic equilibria of boiling mixtures (1975)
           Vol. I  Astronomy and astrophysics (1965)
        Group VII BIOPHYSICS
           Vol.  1 Nucleic acids
                1a Crystallographic and structural data I
                1b Crystallographic and structural data II
                1c Spectroscopic and kinetic data: physical data I
                1d Physical data II: theoretical investigations 
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