This handbook provides data on more than 4000 substances, ions, and radicals chosen with regard for their industrial and scientific importance. It consists of six sections arranged in tabulated form. The first section gives the formulas and names of substances, their relative molecular masses and important physical properties, such as phase-transition temperature, aggregate state, and density, along with data on substance reactivity (chemical properties) with respect to the most commonly used solutions and reagents (water, ethanol, hydrochloric, sulfuric, and nitric acids, sodium hydroxide, and ammonia hydrate). The entries that describe naturally occurring substances include their mineralogical names, symmetry, and hardness. There is also data on the relative atomic masses of elements, properties of natural and radioactive isotopes, electronic configurations of atoms, energies of ionization, and affinities to electrons for atoms and molecules, binding energies and bond lengths, structure (geometric form) of constituent molecules and ions of various substances, including coordination compounds. The handbook also lists the thermodynamic constants of the substances in all their aggregate states (gas, liquid, solid state, aqueous solution), redox potentials, acidity and basicity constants, stability constants of complexes in aqueous solution, and solubility in water.
This book is a valuable resource for health and social service providers who are not specialists in addiction or mental health issues, but who would like to talk about these issues with clients. A growing number of people who come to helping professionals are struggling with a substance use, gambling or mental health problem-or more than one of these problems concurrently. This guide provides information about how to empathically and non-judgmentally raise these issues with clients, and how and where to refer clients for a more thorough assessment and treatment, when needed. With these tools in hand, service providers will be able to prevent countless people from falling through the cracks.
Lowinson and Ruiz's Substance Abuse, the premier text on substance abuse and addictive behaviors is now in its updated and expanded Fifth Edition. Scientific topics such as the biology of various addictions and all dimensions of clinical treatment and management are addressed by a wide range of leading contributors. Behavioral addictions are addressed also, so the text is not solely devoted to specific substances and their misuse.
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