# Electrical Conductances and association constants in dilute aqueous NdCl\textsubscript{3} solutions from 298 to 523 K along an isobar of 25 MPa

@inproceedings{Yoon2021ElectricalCA, title={Electrical Conductances and association constants in dilute aqueous NdCl\textsubscript\{3\} solutions from 298 to 523 K along an isobar of 25 MPa}, author={Tae Jun Yoon and Erica P. Craddok and Katie A. Maerzke and Robert P Currier and Alp Tugrul Findikoglu}, year={2021} }

Electrical measurements were performed in dilute aqueous NdCl3 solutions from 298 to 523 K along the 25 MPa isobar to obtain limiting conductances and association constants. The specific conductance data were estimated using a continuous flow cell and a Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) correction algorithm. The limiting conductances for the salts in water were derived by regressing the mean spherical approximation (MSA) conductance model and speciation analyses based on the MCMC algorithm and…

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