Critical Evaluation of Equilibrium Constants Involving 8-Hydroxyquinoline and Its Metal Chelates presents and evaluates the published data on the solubility, dissociation, and liquid–liquid distribution of oxine and its metal chelates to recommend the most reliable numerical data. This book explores the dissociation constants of oxine in aqueous solutions. Organized into four chapters, this book begins with an overview of the characteristics of 8-hydroxyquinoline (oxine). This text then examines the total solubility of oxine in aqueous solution at different pH values. Other chapters consider the distribution of oxine between an aqueous phase and an organic solvent, which can be generally described by an equation where the bar indicates the organic phase species. This book discusses as well the overall extraction constant involving metal chelate formation. The final chapter deals with the overall stability constants of metal oxinate. This book is a valuable resource for geochemists, chemists, scientists, and research workers.