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Chapter 7

Heat Capacity of Electrolyte Solutions

As a second derivative property of the Gibbs energy, the heat capacity of a system is a thermodynamic property that yields valuable insights into the structure of a system. With respect to electrolytes in aqueous solution this translates into information related to solute–solvent and solute–solute i...

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16 Aug 2010
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2010
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978-0-85404-176-3
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978-1-84755-979-1