Thermodynamics of Aqueous Mixed Electrolytes
Studies of the thermodynamic properties of aqueous mixed electrolyte solutions have been very useful in increasing our understanding of the nature of specific ion interactions in solution. From both an experimental and theoretical point of view it is convenient to treat these mixtures in terms of the way in which the properties of the mixture differ from the properties of the component pure electrolyte solutions. Thus one studies the change on mixing of the desired thermodynamic property (e.g.,Δ m GE,Δ m HE,Δ m VE,etc.) at constant total molal ionic strength.
KeywordsExcess Free Energy Mixed Electrolyte Electrolyte Mixture Ionic Strength Dependence Partial Molal Free Energy
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