The relaxation field for the general case of electrolyte mixtures
The relaxation field for solutions of mixed electrolytes of any type is calculated. the calculation is based on the well-known treatment due to Fuoss-Onsager with the same distance parameter for all the ions in solution. A general conductance-continuity equation has been established and an improved iterative method of calculation, using Laplace transforms, is proposed. The relaxation-field results are derived to the second iteration in the perturbation method of integration.
Key WordsRelaxation field mixed electrolytes kinetic effect unsymmetrical electrolytes conductance theory
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