Dimerization of ions in aqueous solution of lithium chloride in adiabatic conditions
Dimerized forms of salt ions: Li2OH+ and Cl 2 − , are contained in aqueous solution of lithium chloride, and their concentration increases with an increase in the concentration of the solution, when electron-acceptor additives are added, and when the solution is alkalized. The amount of dimerized impurities should decrease in the series of alkali metal chlorides, including HCl, from lithium to cesium.
KeywordsPolymer Chloride Aqueous Solution Lithium Cesium
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