• Yizhak Marcus


The properties of water at ambient pressures at the temperatures of its existence as a liquid are tabulated and discussed. The properties of water that distinguish it as a structured liquid are dealt with and water is compared with other liquids in this respect. The hydrogen bonded structure of water and the dynamics of the molecules in liquid water are presented. The solvent properties of water, regarding the solubilities of gases, of non-electrolytes, and of electrolytes are dealt with and expressions correlating the solubilities with the properties of water and of the solutes are presented. Solubilities in mixed aqueous-organic solvents and the preferential solvation of solutes in such mixtures are also discussed.


Water Molecule Molar Volume Liquid Water Rotational Correlation Time Preferential Solvation 
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  1. 1.Institute of ChemistryThe Hebrew University of JerusalemJerusalemIsrael

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