Title: NEW ASPECTS IN THE THEORY OF AQUEOUS ELECTROLYTE
SOLUTIONS: THE EFFECTS OF CATION HYDROLYSIS AND POLYNUCLEAR ION
Authors: M.F.Holovko (Institute for Condensed Matter Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 1 Svientsitskii St., UA-290011 Lviv-11, Ukraine)
The polynuclear ion formation in aqueous solutions of metal salts is mimiced by the intercationic association interaction. The statistical mechanics of such ionic model is solved using multidensity associative formalism. The theory predicts a significant influence of the polynuclear ion formation on the thermodynamics and structure properties of electrolyte solutions in a wide range of concentrations including very dilute concentration regions.
Comments: Figs. 5, Refs. 16, Tabs. 0.
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