Kinetics and mechanism of substitution reactions in the coordination sphere of nickel (II)
The equilibrium of complex formation of the hexaaqua ion of nickel (II) with pyridine and five of its derivatives in aqueous solution in the temperature interval from 5 to 45° was studied by the method of potentiometric titration.
Values of the concentration equilibrium constants, heats, and entropies of the reaction were obtained.
KeywordsEntropy Nickel Aqueous Solution Titration Pyridine
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