5 edition of Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions found in the catalog.
July 11, 2002
by Steinkopff-Verlag Darmstadt
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||428|
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The present work explores the predictions of this model for basic thermodynamic properties of electrolyte solutions, namely, the density, isothermal compressibility, and surface tension. On the basis of our model, we find that ion-specific effects on thermodynamics properties, and by extension the dynamics of electrolyte solutions, derive Cited by: When some substances are dissolved in water, they undergo either a physical or a chemical change that yields ions in solution. These substances constitute an important class of compounds called nces that do not yield ions when dissolved are called the physical or chemical process that generates the ions is essentially % efficient (all of the dissolved.
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Relaxation spectra of electrolyte solutions Ionic equilibria in electrolyte solutions Redox reactions in solution Ultrasonic absorption References 3 Electrolyte Solutions at Low to Moderate Concentrations Molecular distribution functions Chemical model at low electrolyte concentrations The aim and purpose of this book is a survey of our actual basic knowledge of electrolyte solutions.
It is meant for chemical engineers looking for an introduction to this field of increasing interest for various technologies, and for scientists wishing to have access to the broad field of modern electrolyte chemistry/5(2).
Buy Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions: Modern Aspects (Topics in Physical Chemistry) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions: Modern Aspects (Topics in Physical Chemistry): Barthel, Josef M.G., Krienke, Hartmut, Kunz, Werner: : BooksCited by: Published: February BOOK REVIEW: Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions.
Modern Aspects. Topics in Physical Chemistry 5, by J. Barthel, H. Krienke Author: W. Ebeling. The physical chemistry of electrolytic solutions, Paperback – January 1, See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions PriceManufacturer: Reinhold Pub.
Corp. An electrolyte solution is a solution that generally contains ions, atoms or molecules that have lost or gained electrons, and is electrically conductive. For this reason they are often called ionic solutions, however there are some cases where the electrolytes are not ions.
For this discussion we will only consider solutions of ions. The aim and purpose of this book is a survey of our actual basic knowledge of electrolyte solutions. It is meant for chemical engineers looking for an introduction to this field of increasing interest for various technologies, and for scientists wishing to have access to the broad field of modern electrolyte chemistry.
The Physical Chemistry of Electrolytic Solutions By Prof. Herbert S. Harned, and Prof. Benton B. Owen. Third edition. (American Chemical Society Monograph Series, No Cited by: 6.
An electrolyte solution is a solution that generally contains ions, atoms or molecules that have lost or gained electrons, and is electrically conductive. For this reason they are often called ionic solutions, however there are some cases where the electrolytes are not ions. For this discussion we will only consider solutions of ions.
2 ACTIVITY COEFFICIENTS OF ELECTROLYTE SOLUTIONS where i is the chemical potential for Henry’s law standard state. The approx-imation a i ˇx i is good for many nonelectrolyte solutions up to rather large solute mole fractions x iˇ or even But for most electrolyte solutions,File Size: KB.
The physical chemistry of electrolytic solutions by Harned, Herbert S. (Herbert Spencer), Pages: Description. A Textbook of Physical Chemistry, Second Edition serves as an introductory text to physical chemistry.
Topics covered range from wave mechanics and chemical bonding to molecular spectroscopy and photochemistry; ideal and nonideal gases; the three laws of thermodynamics; thermochemistry; and solutions of nonelectrolytes.
This classic text, originally published in the s, remains a standard reference in the literature of physical chemistry. Its focus on the fundamental properties of electrolyte solutions ensures its enduring relevance, and its substantial body of fact and theory continues to offer vital information for the interpretation of data.
The authors present their material in a pattern of alternate 5/5(1). Barthel, H. Krienke, and W. Kunz: Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions: Modern Aspects (Topics in Physical Chemistry, Vol. 5, ed. by Deutsche Author: M.
Stockhausen. The physical chemistry of electrolytic solutions, (American Chemical Society Monography seriesno 95) Owen, Harned Published by Reinhold Publishing, New York ().
In solution thermodynamics, the quantity par excellence is the activity coefficient, which gives the non-ideal behavior of the solute species. Since electrolyte solutions obey the same thermodynamics, we shall give a brief review of solution thermodynamics.
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(l, e, Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions: Modern Aspects. Steinkopff, Darmstadt and Springer, New York,p.) Received Ap A new book entitled “Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions: Modern As-pects” was recently published in the series “Topics in Physical Chemistry” edited by.Electrolyte Solutions.
An electrolyte is any salt or ionizable molecule that, when dissolved in solution, will give that solution the ability to conduct electricity. This is because when a salt dissolves, its dissociated ions can move freely in solution, allowing a charge to flow.
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