Heats of mixing of aqueous electrolytes temperature dependence

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Danne Elizabeth Smith (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Henry Anderson

Abstract: In recent years there have been many studies of the thermodynamic properties of aqueous electrolyte solutions. Much of the economic interest in this work stems from the need to develop a suitable method for converting sea water to potable water. It has been shown that the determination of the heats of mixing of aqueous electrolyte solutions is an excellent way to study specific ion interactions.1 However, such a study is complicated by a lack of understanding about the role played by water in influencing these interactions. As an introduction to the field of electrolyte solutions, a brief review of some of the available theoretical and experimental information follows.

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Honors Project
Language: English
Date: 1970

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