Hydration Effects and Acid-Base Equilibria
Water is the most common solvent for all of chemistry, including acid-base chemistry. For this reason it is appropriate to begin our discussion of acids and bases in aqueous systems with a consideration of the thermodynamics of self-ionization of water.
KeywordsEquilibrium Constant Thermodynamic Function Substituent Effect Ionization Constant Hydration Effect
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