Hi, so, i work in a analytical laboratory, and everething was fine.
I was working mostly with Fuel Oils, Fertilizers, Grain, Acids and Coal/Coke/Shale stuff. (Simple straightforward analysis)
But now i am working with HBI (hot-briquetted iron) Ferrochromes (Low Carbon, High Carbon FeCR, FeSiCr, FeMnCr) and Iron Ores.
I was wondering if anyone could suggest me a book(-s) (in English) that could enlighten me in the chemistry of different metals. (Fe, Cr, Ti, Ni, Zn, Mn, Ca, Na, Co, Mo, Si, Se, Al... all of them if possible
). Mainly i would like to know, how different metals (metal alloys) react with different acids (what end products i will recive, is there a possibility of getting insoluble products (like some carbides), or is it possible that some metals could evaporate with HF, HCl and etc., under what conditions this can happen and so on). How presence of one metal can affect the other in alloys and things like that.
I know that i may be asking for too mcuh... but still,
Thank you in advance!!
P.S. I am sorry for my English, it is not my native language. I speak better than i write