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- Birds Eye View of Ionic Transport
- Consequence of the Unequal Mobilities of Cations and Anions the Transport Numbers
- Model for Electronic Conductance in Molten Salts
- New World Of Rich Variety Roomtemperature Molten Salts
- Second Braking Effect of the Ionic Cloud on the Central Ion The Electrophoretic Effect
- Very Approximate Relation between Equivalent Conductivity and Viscosity Waldens Rule
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- Absolute Standard Partial Gram Ionic Entropies of H and Cl lonsa
- Acknowledgments
- Activity Coefficients Bjerrums Ion Pairs and Debyes Free Ions
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- An Early Molecular Dynamics Attempt at Calculating Solvation Number
- An Egg Shaped Ionic Cloud and the Portable Field on the Central
- An Electrochemical Approach to Evaluating the Identity of Complex Ions in Molten Salt Mixtures
- An Ingenious Approach to Determine the Work of Forming a Void of Any Size in a Liquid
- An Often Used Device for Solving Electrochemical Diffusion Problems The Laplace Transformation
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- The Effective Mass Of A Hole
- The Kinetic Theory Expression For The Viscosity Of A Fluid
- Applications of Electronically Conducting Polymers in Electrochemical Science
- Applying Diffraction Theory to Obtain the Pair Correlation Functions in Molten Salts
- Aryl and Alkyl Quaternary Onium Salts
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- Average Value of the Drift Velocity
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- B T 314RT p
- Basic Equations Used in Molecular Dynamics Calculations
- Breadth Of Solvation As A Field
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- Can One Determine the Lifetime of Complex Ions in Molten Salts
- Cause of Anomalous Salting In
- Change in Solubility of a Nonelectrolyte Due to Primary Solvation
- Changes to the Debye HuckelOnsager Theory of Conductance
- Electrochemistry
- Charge Transport Properties Of Electrolytes
- Comparison of the Finite IonSize Model with Experiment
- Complex Ions in Fused Salts
- Computational Approaches to Ionic Solvation
- Concentration Dependence of the Mobility of Ions
- Concentration Response to a Constant Flux Switched On at t
- Conways Successful Extrapolation
- Creation of an Electric Field in an Electrolyte
- Current Density Associated with the Directed Movement of Ions in Solution in Terms of Ionic Drift Velocities
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- Dielectric Relaxation in Liquid Water
- Diffusion An Overall View
- Diffusion Resulting from an Instantaneous Current Pulse
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- Do Oppositely Charged Ions of Equal Radii Have Equal Heats of Solvation
- Drag or Viscous Force Acting on an Ion in Solution
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- Dx MM dx Pq Pq dx
- Dynamic Properties of Water and Their Effect on Hydration Numbers
- Effect of Ion Association on Conductivity
- Effect of Macroions on the Solvent
- Effect of the Solvent on the Concentration of Free Ions Ion Association
- Effect of Water Bound to Ions on the Theory of Deviations from Ideality - 2
- Electrochemistry as an Interdisciplinary Field Distinct from Chemistry
- Electrophoretic Component of the Drift Velocity
- Electrostriction in Other Systems
- Electrostrictive Pressure near an Ion in Solution
- Entropy Changes Accompanying Hydration
- Entropy of Hydration Some Possible Models
- Equivalent Conductivity Varies with Concentration
- Experimental Basis for Model Building
- Experimental Determination of Activity Coefficients
- Extrapolation to Make the Effects of One Ion Negligible
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- Facts and a Mild Amount of Theory
- Fig 21 The essential parts of an electrochemical system
- Fig 322 The experimental log f versus 1 2 straightline plots for different electrolytes can be grouped according to valence type
- Fig 4114 Glucose sensor in which the enzyme containing a reduced cofactor is oxidized directly at an electrode
- Fig 481 Lodges movingboundary apparatus
- Fraction of Ions Traveling the Mean Square Distance in the Einstein Smoluchowski Equation
- Fundamental Problems in Pure Liquid Electrolytes
- Further Reading Seminal - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
- Fused Oxide Systems and the Structure of Planet Earth
- Fused Oxide Systems in Metallurgy Slags
- General - 2
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- Heat Changes Accompanying Hydration
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- How Can Temperature Coefficients of Reversible Cells Be Used to Obtain Ionic Entropies
- How Can the Diffusion Coefficient Be Related to Molecular Quantities
- How Do Ions Respond to the Electric Field
- How Does One Obtain Individual Ionic Volume from the Partial Molar Volume of Electrolytes
- How Does the Presence of an Ion Affect the Structure of Neighboring Water
- How Equivalent Conductivity Changes with Concentration Kohlrauschs
- How the Solution of the Constant Flux Diffusion Problem Leads to the Solution of Other Problems
- How to Determine Transport Number
- How to Obtain Solute Activities from Data on Solvent Activities
- How Well Does the Debye Huckel Theoretical Expression for Activity Coefficients Predict Experimental Values
- How Well Does the Field Induced Water Reorientation Theory Conform with the Experimental Facts
- Hydration Numbers from Activity Coefficients
- Hydrophobic Effect in Sotvation
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- Individual Ionic Properties A Summary
- Info - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
- Information on Solvation from Spectra Arising from Resonance in the Nucleus
- Initial and Boundary Conditions for the Diffusion Process Stimulated by a Constant Current or Flux
- Interactions Lead to Nonideal Behavior
- Introduction - 2 3 4 5 6
- Ion Transport In Solutions
- Ionic Additions to the Liquid Silica Network Glasses
- Ionic Liquids
- Ionic Movements under the Influence of an Applied Electric Field
- Ionic Vibration Potentials Their Use in Obtaining the Difference of the Solvation Numbers of Two Ions in a Salt
- Ion Induced Dipole Interactions in the Primary Solvation Sheath
- Ionion Interactions
- Ion Pair Formation and Non Coulombic Forces
- Ions and Autocorrelation Functions
- IR Spectra
- Is There a Connection between the Entropy of Solvation and the Heats of Hydration
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- Journals
- Krestovs Separation of Ion and Solvent Effects in Ion Hydration
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- Laplace Transformation Converts the Partial Differential Equation into a Total Differential Equation
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- Liquid Ammonia as a Preferred Nonaqueous Solvent Liquid
- Liquid Electrolytes Are Ionic Liquids
- Liquid Silicates Contain Large Discrete Polyanions
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- LuFl to driving force to driving force etc
- Maximum Electrostrictive Decrease in the Volume of Water in the First Hydration Shell
- Mechanistic Thoughts
- Micro Research Problems
- Mobility of Ions
- Model Calculations of Hydration Heats
- Modeling Molten Salts
- Molar Conductivity and Equivalent Conductivity
- Molecular and Network Models of Liquid Silicates
- Molecular Dynamics Calculations of Molten Salt Structures
- Monograph
- More Advantages and Disadvantages of Nonaqueous Electrolyte Solutions
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- Net Effect on Solubility of Influences from Primary and Secondary Solvation
- Network Lattices and Its Dependence on the Concentration of Metal Ions Added to the Oxide
- Nonideal Behavior of Mixtures
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Other Spectroscopic Methods Applied to Molten Salts
- Obtaining Experimental Values of Free Energies and Entropies of the Solvation of Salts
- One More Step in Understanding Proton Mobility The Conway Bockris and Linton CBL Theory
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- Or for a twocomponent system solvent and electrolyte
- Organic Solutes in Liquid Electrolytes at Low Temperatures
- Other Raman Studies of Molten Salts
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- Papers - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
- Papiers
- Parentage of the Theory of Ion Ion Interactions
- Partial Molar Volumes Of Ions In Solution 261 Definition
- Phenomenology
- Positive and Negative ions Can Stick Together Ion Pair Formation
- Possible Molecular Mechanisms for Nernst Einstein Deviations
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- Preface
- Preface To The First Edition
- Probability of Finding Oppositely Charged Ions near Each Other
- Problems
- Properties of materials and surfaces
- Protons Transport Differently
- Pure Fused Nonmetallic Oxides Form Network Structures Like Liquid Water
- Quantitative Link between Electron Flow in the Electrodes and Ion Flow in the Electrolyte Faradays
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- Raman Spectra and Solution Structure
- Raman Spectra in Molten CdCI2KCI
- Raman Studies of Al Complexes in Low Temperature Molten Systems
- Reaction Equilibria in Low Melting Point Liquid Electrolytes
- Relation of Compressibility to Solvation
- Resolution of the Electroneutralityversus Conduction Dilemma Electron Transfer Reactions
- Reviews - 2
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- Science Technology Electrochemistry And Time
- Simple Binary Molten Salts in the Light of the Results of Xray and Neutron Diffraction Work
- Size and Dipole Moment of Water Molecules in Solution
- Slope of the A versus c1 Curve as a Function of the Solvent
- Solvent Properties of Fused Nonmetallic Oxides
- Some Characteristics Of Electrodics
- Some Conclusions about the Conductance of Nonaqueous Solutions of True Electrolytes
- Some Differentiating Features of Ionic Liquids Pure Liquid Electrolytes
- Specific and Equivalent Conductivities in Terms of Ionic Mobilities
- Spectroscopic Approaches
- Spectroscopic Evidence for the Existence of Various Groups Including Anionic Polymers in Liquid Silicates and Aluminates
- Spectroscopic Methods Applied To Molten Salts
- Speculative Electrochemical Approach To Understanding Metabolism
- Statistical Mechanical Approaches
- Structure Of The Most Common Solvent Water
- Summary
- Swallins Model of Small Jumps
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- The Activity Coefficient of a Single Ionic Species Cannot Be Measured
- The Apparent Ionic Charge
- The Continuous Flow of Electrons across an Interface Electrochemical Reactions
- The Debye HuckelOnsager Equation
- The Debye HuckelOnsager Theory for Nonaqueous Solutions
- The Drift of One Ionic Species May Influence the Drift of Another
- The Einstein Relation between the Absolute Mobility and the Diffusion Coefficient
- The Electrochemistry Of Cleaner Environments
- The Fraction of Ion Pairs According to Bjerrum
- The Frontier In Ionics Nonaqueous Solutions
- The Gross View of Nonsteady State Diffusion
- The Grotthuss Mechanism
- The Iceberg Model
- The Integration of the Differential Equation for Diffusion Potentials The Planck Henderson Equation
- The Ion Size Parameter a
- The Ion Association Constant KA of Bjerrum
- The Jump Frequency a Rate Process Question
- The Liquid Oxides
- The lonDipole Model for Ion Solvent Interactions
- The lonQuadrupole Model of Ion Solvent Interactions
- The Mean Ionic Activity Coefficient
- The Mean Jump Distance l a Structural Question
- The Need to Pour Empty Space into a Fused Salt
- The Nernst Einstein Equation
- The Neutron Diffraction Approach to Solvation
- The New Roomtemperature Liquid Electrolytes
- The Onsager Phenomenological Equations
- The Proportionality Constant Relating Electric Field and Current Density Specific Conductivity
- The Proton as a Different Sort of
- The Proton in Low Temperature Molten Salts
- The Quantitative Measure of the Asymmetry of the Ionic Cloud around a Moving
- The Rate Process Approach to Ionic Migration
- The Rate Process Expression for Equivalent Conductivity
- The Rate Process Expression for the Diffusion Coefficient
- The Relation Of Electrochemistry To Other Sciences
- The Significance of a Transport Number of Zero
- The Solvent Effect on Mobility at Infinite Dilution
- The Stokes Einstein Relation
- The Tendency for a Conflict between Electroneutrality and Conduction
- The Theoretical Mean Ionic Activity Coefficient in the Case of Ionic Clouds with Finite Sized Ions
- The Total Driving Force for Ionic Transport The Gradient of the Electrochemical Potential
- Theoretical Predictions of the Debye HuckelOnsager Equation versus the Observed Conductance Curves
- Thermal Loosening of an Ionic Lattice
- Thermodynamic Approaches Heats of Solvation
- Thermodynamics Of A Simple Phase
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- Total Solvation Numbers Of Ions In Electrolytes
- Transport
- Triple Ions and Higher Aggregates Formed in Nonaqueous Solutions
- Two Kinds Of Electrochemistry
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- Use of Neutrons in Place of Xrays in Diffraction Experiments
- Useful constants
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- Vectorial Character of Current Kohlrauschs Law of the Independent Migration of Ions
- Velocityechem Br12
- Vf
- Volume Change and Where It Occurs In Electrostriction
- Water Is Often Not an Ideal Solvent
- Water Is the Most Plentiful Solvent
- What Are Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics Calculations
- Why Do Hydration Heats of Transition Metal Ions Vary Irregularly with Atomic Number
- Why Does Fused Silica Have a Much Higher Viscosity Than Do Liquid Water and the Fused Salts
- Why Some Polymers Become Electronically Conducting
- Woodcock and Singers Model
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