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Physical Chemistry of Electrolyte Solutions: Modern Aspects
Ion association and solvation in electrolyte solutions.- Transport and relaxation phenomena in electrolyte solutions.- Electrolyte solutions at low to moderate concentrations.- Towards higherExpand
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The dielectric relaxation of water between 0°C and 35°C
Abstract Precise complex permittivity data from our laboratory for pure water at temperatures 0.2⩽ϑ/°C⩽35 are combined with literature results to cover the frequency range 0.2⩽ν/GHz⩽410. AExpand
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Chemical engineering thermodynamics
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Dielectric spectra of some common solvents in the microwave region. Water and lower alcohols
Abstract Precise complex permittivity spectra of the hydrogen-bonding liquids water, methanol, ethanol, 1-propanol, and 2-propanol have been determined in the frequency range 0.95-89 GHz. It is shownExpand
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Dielectric Relaxation of Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions II. Ion‐Pair Relaxation of 1:2, 2:1, and 2:2 Electrolytes
The low-frequency relaxation process contributing to the complex permittivity spectra of aqueous solutions of MgSO4, CdSO4, Na2SO4, CdCl2, and CuCl2 is investigated. The dispersion amplitudes areExpand
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Dielectric spectroscopy of ion-pairing and hydration in aqueous tetra-n-alkylammonium halide solutions
Complex permittivity spectra of aq. solns. of Me4NBr, Et4NCl, Et4NBr, Pr4NBr, Bu4NBr, and Pe4NBr were detd. in the frequency range 0.2 ≤ ν/GHz ≤ 89. At 25°, data cover electrolyte concns. up to theExpand
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FTIR Spectroscopy of Ion Solvation of LiClO4 and LiSCN in Acetonitrile, Benzonitrile, and Propylene Carbonate
FTIR spectra of lithium perchlorate and lithium thiocyanate in acetonitrile,benzonitrile, and propylene carbonate were recorded in the temperature range from 5to 45°C. New bands due to solventExpand
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Comparative study of urea and tetramethylurea in water by molecular dynamics simulations
Abstract The hydration of urea and tetramethylurea (TMU) is studied by molecular dynamics simulations. A perturbed structure of the H-bond network is shown in the hydration shell of urea aroundExpand
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9 Dielectric relaxation in solutions
A review with refs; since our first review on dielec. relaxation in solns.(authors, 1994) a no. of important advances have opened new areas of research and allow us to tackle old problems whichExpand
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Alkali metal halide solutions in 1,4-dioxane–water mixtures. A Monte Carlo simulation study
Abstract Alkali metal halide solutions in 1,4-dioxane–water mixtures are investigated in the framework of Monte Carlo simulations on the molecular Born–Oppenheimer level with classical interactionExpand
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