Journal of Solution Chemistry

, Volume 2, Issue 2–3, pp 253–276 | Cite as

Structural aspects of aqueous tetraalkylammonium salt solutions

  • Wen-Yang Wen
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Abstract

Various thermodynamic and spectroscopic investigations on aqueous tetraalkylammonium salt solutions are reviewed from a structural viewpoint. At present, it is not yet clear what kind of water structure is formed around the alkyl groups of the large cations. However, the importance of “cosphere” overlap and ion-ion interaction (cation-anion, cation-cation, cation-anion-cation, etc.) in determining the solution properties are emerging more clearly. In this regard, model calculations based on the approach of Friedman and his coworkers are expected to be of considerable value.

Key Words

Tetraalkylammonium salts aqueous solutions structural aspects ion-ion interaction 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wen-Yang Wen
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryClark UniversityWorcester

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