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Thermal Properties of Electrolyte Solutions: Methods for Calculation of Multicomponent Systems and Experimental Data
This book gives data on a great number of electrolytes most widely used in modern chemical technology, and will be of immense value to scientific workers and engineers in the chemical and allied industries. Considerable attention is given to high-temperature studies.
Covered in this volume are such topics as: heat capacity, apparent molar heat capacity, calculation of heat capacity, calculation of reducing water vapor pressure over binary electrolyte solutions, calculation of the mass content of a saturated binary solution, and experimental values of thermal properties.
Table of Contents:
1. Methods for Calculation of Thermal Properties
Apparent Molar Heat Capacity
Coefficients of Eq. (1.1) for Calculation of Heat Capacity
Coefficients of Eq. (1.26) for Calculation of Reducing Water Vapor Pressure over Binary Electrolyte Solutions
Coefficients of Eq. (1.27) for Calculation of the Mass Content of a Saturated Binary Solution
2. Experimental Values of Thermal Properties
Table Index for Section 2
Heat Capacity (Table 2.1 - 2.171)
Apparent Molar Heat Capacity (Table 2.172 - 2.343)