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physical chemistryof electrolytic solutions

Herbert S. Harned

physical chemistryof electrolytic solutions

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Published by Reinhold Pub. Corp. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electrolyte solutions.

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    Statementby Herbert S. Harned and Benton B. Owen.
    SeriesAmerican Chemical Society. Monograph series -- no. 95, Monograph series (American Chemical Society) -- no. 95.
    ContributionsOwen, Benton B, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD561
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxvi, 645 p. :
    Number of Pages645
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21734539M

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(Herbert Spencer), Publication date Topics Electrolyte solutions Publisher New York Pages: The book under review is a monograph by Professor Harned and his collaborator Professor Owen, on the physical chemistry of electrolytic solutions; in view of their own important contributions to the subject, it is a book which they are supremely qualified to write.

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3 Electrolyte Solutions at Low to Moderate Concentrations Molecular distribution functions Chemical model at low electrolyte concentrations Mean force potential The activity coefficient of the lcCM The ion-pair concept of the lcCM Electrolyte solution properties on the lcCM level The physical chemistry of electrolytic solutions, by Herbert S.

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THE PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY OF ELECTROLYTIC SOLUTIONS Herbert S. Horned, Professor of Chem- istry, Emeritus, and Benton B. Owen, Professor of Chemistry, Yale University.

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THIRD EDITION. The Physical Chemistry of Electrolytic Solutions Issue 95 of ACS monograph Volume 95 of American Chemical Society Issue 95 of American Chemical Society: Monograph series Issue 95 of Monograph series, American Chemical Society: Authors: Herbert Spencer Harned, Benton Brooks Owen: Edition: 2: Publisher: Reinhold Publishing Corporation, Recently Viewed.

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The aim and purpose of this book is a survey of our actual basic knowledge of electrolyte solutions. It is meant for chemical engineers looking for an introduction to this field of increasing interest for various technologies, and for scientists wishing to have access to the broad field of modern electrolyte : The physical chemistry of electrolytic solutions / by Herbert S.

Harned and Benton B. Owen | National Library of Australia Enjoy a CovidSafe visit to the National Library. Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions: Modern Aspects. Josef M.G. Barthel, Hartmut Krienke, Werner Kunz. Springer Science & Business Media, - Science - pages. 2 Reviews. The aim and purpose of this book is a survey of our actual basic knowledge of electrolyte solutions.

It is meant for chemical engineers looking for an /5(2). Electrolyte Solutions and Their Nonideality An electrolyte is a compound which produces an ionic solution when dissolved in an aqueous solution. For example, a salt like KCl would produce an electrolyte solution. Those compounds which produce a large number of ions in solution are called strong electrolytes.

The aim and purpose of this book is a survey of our actual basic knowledge of electrolyte solutions. It is meant for chemical engineers looking for an introduction to this field of increasing interest for various technologies, and for scientists wishing to have access to the broad field of modern electrolyte chemistry.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. Electrolytic solutions are those that are capable of conducting an electric current. A substance that, when added to water, renders it conductive, is known as an electrolyte.

A common example of an electrolyte is ordinary salt, sodium chloride. Solid NaCl and pure water are both non-conductive, but a solution of salt in water is readily conductive. Appendix. Physical properties and empirical parameters of water and organic solvents.

Limiting ion conductivities of electrolyte solutions. Solvent and solution permittivities of electrolyte solutions. Pitzer parameters for osmotic pressure of non-aqueous electrolyte solutions.

Symbols and abbreviations. Series Title. Bücher / Book. Barthel, H and W. Kunz: Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions: Modern Aspects (Topics in Physical Chemistry, Vol. 5, ed. by Deutsche Bunsengesellschaft Ester-Based Electrolytes for Fast Charging of Energy Dense Lithium-Ion Batteries, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, /0c, ( COVID Resources.

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Publisher Summary The physical chemistry of electrolytic solutions is a special area of physical chemistry. The dissolution of a salt in water was described by Arrhenius as a dissociation of the salt in positive and negative ions of free mobility.

This was originally a difficult suggestion to accept because salts were very stable substances. For help in self-education the book adopts a "Questions and Answers" format. The mathematical derivation of each equation is shown in detail. For further reading, some original references are also given.

Numerous physical properties of polymer solutions are known to be significantly different from those of low molecular weight solutions.

The physical chemistry of electrolytic solutions, (American Chemical $ Free shipping. G Kortum / Dissociation Constants of Organic Acids in Aqueous Solution BOOK STRUCTURE OF ELECTROLYTIC SOLUTIONS HAMER NATL BUREAU STANDARDS PUB.

$ $ + $ shipping. Picture Rating: % positive. An electrolyte solution is a solution that generally contains ions, atoms or molecules that have lost or gained electrons, and is electrically conductive.

For this reason they are often called ionic solutions, however there are some cases where the electrolytes are not ions. For this discussion we will only consider solutions of ions. Electrolytic reflning of aluminum 1 Chemistry and electricity The connection between chemistry and electricity is a very old one, going back to Allesandro Volta’s discovery, inthat electricity could be produced by placing two dissimilar metals on opposite sides of a moistened paper.

into solution. In the electric fields, the Li + mobilities in the two solutions have similar values, showing that the dynamic properties of the electrolytic solutions are almost independent of the number of fluorine atoms on these carbonates.

There emerges an oriented and ordered arrangement of the solvent molecules and thus the largely decreased dielectric. Generally electrolytic solutions are prepared by dissolving a salt, acid or base in water or other solvents. There is a special class of conductors, which conduct partly electronically and partly electrolytically, are known as mixed conductors.

For example, solution of the alkali and alkaline earth metals in liquid ammonia are mixed conductors. This note covers the following topics: Fundamental Physical and Chemical Conceptions, Older Electrochemical Views, The Laws of Avogadro and van't Hoff, Vapour Pressure of Solutions, Boiling Point and Freezing Point of Solutions, General Conditions of Equilibrium, Velocity of Reaction, Electrolytes, Electrolytic dissociation, Conductivity of.

A Textbook of Physical Chemistry: Second Edition provides both a traditional and theoretical approach in the study of physical chemistry. The book covers subjects usually covered in chemistry textbooks such as ideal and non-ideal gases, the kinetic molecular theory of gases and the distribution laws, and the additive physical properties of matter.

Solutions in these solvents are of technological interest in connection with novel battery systems and chemical synthesis, while studies of ion solvation and transport properties have fostered academic interest. This monograph is primarily concerned with electrolytic solutions although discussion of non-electrolyte solutions has not been excluded.

The limiting concentration dependence of the heat of transport of an ionic component of a dilute solution of electrolyte is determined.

The theory is based on recasting the Bearman‐Kirkwood statistical mechanical expression for the heat current into a form linear in the particle diffusion currents and identifying the coefficients with the heat of transport.

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