5 edition of High-Temperature Aqueous Solutions found in the catalog.
December 19, 1991
Written in English
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The vapour pressure of 1 m sodium chloride solution has been remeasured, and m sodium chloride has been measured relative to water to obtain osmotic coefficients φ from to °C. The data obtained have been fitted, in conjunction with those previously obtained, to an extended Debye-Hückel equation. Activity. Properties of water and aqueous solutions at high pressures and temperatures. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Wayne Burnham; Hubert Lloyd Barnes; Pennsylvania State University.; United.
An aqueous solution is a solution in which the solvent is is mostly shown in chemical equations by appending (aq) to the relevant chemical example, a solution of table salt, or sodium chloride (NaCl), in water would be represented as Na + (aq) + Cl − (aq). The word aqueous (which comes from aqua) means pertaining to, related to, similar to, or dissolved in, water. The limiting molar conductances (Λ0) and ion association constants of dilute aqueous lithium chloride and lithium hydroxide solutions .
Potentials in Aqueous Solution. A.J. Bard, R. Parsons Marcel Dekker, Basle, New York, pp., US$ and J. Every chemist in the world has at least once consulted W.M. Latimer’s classic book Oxidation Potentials, first published in and last revised in FACSIMILE: Reproduction The absorption spectra of solutions of comparatively rare salts including those of gadolinium, dysprosium, and samarium, the spectrophotography of certain chemical reactions, and the effect of high temperature on the absorption spectra of non-aqueous solu [FACSIMILE] Originally published by Wash ington, D. C., Carnegie institution of Wash ington in Author: Strong, W. W. (William Walker).
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This book provides a thorough discussion of the thermodynamics of aqueous solutions and presents tools for analyzing and solving scientific and practical problems High-Temperature Aqueous Solutions book in this area. It also presents methods that can be used to deal with ionic and nonionic aqueous solutions under sub- or supercritical conditions.
Book Description This book provides a thorough discussion of the thermodynamics of aqueous solutions and presents tools for analyzing and solving scientific and practical problems arising in this area.
It also presents methods that can be used to deal with ionic and nonionic aqueous solutions under sub- or supercritical conditions. For assessing the viability and accuracy of high-temperature potentiometric measurements, reference systems should be used with a known activity of H + (aq), a High-Temperature Aqueous Solutions book +.
A great deal of effort has been expended in recent years to develop a reliable and stable reference electrode suitable for measurements in high-temperature aqueous solutions. The International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam (IAPWS) has produced this book in order to provide an accessible, up-to-date overview of /5(2).
Covers both the theory and applications of all Hydrothermal solutions Provides an accessible, up-to-date overview of important aspects of the physical chemistry of aqueous systems at high temperatures and pressures The presentation of the book is.
The shift of the Raman band of ν 1 (SO 4 2−) in aqueous alkali (Li, Na and K) and ammonium sulfate solutions was studied over a wide temperature range up to °C under 25 temperature shift for Li sulfate that was in the direction to low wavenumber was smaller and its dependence on the molality was larger than for the other two alkali sulfates.
High temperature aqueous solution thermodynamics: application to fission product behaviour and corrosion in LWRs R. KohliPhD Nuclear Technology Section, Battelle Columbus Division, Ohio 75 76 Introduction Nearly all external degradation reactions in operating light water reactors (LWRs) occur in the high temperature primary coolant water (~K).
Book Review by Martin Chaplin Aqueous systems at elevated temperatures and pressures: Physical chemistry in water, steam and hydrothermal solutions.
Palmer, R. Fernández-Prini and A. Harvey (Elsevier/Academic Press, ) ISBN ix + pp, £/$ a. The aqueous sulfate solution of – mol kg −1 molality was prepared from commercially obtained sulfates (purity: higher than % for Li, Na and K sulfates and % for ammonium sulfate; Wako Reagent Co).
The solution was pressurized to a desired value with a syringe pump (ISCO, D), passed through a preheating zone and was then introduced to the observation cell.
In the deposition rate experiments, the solution flowing past the hot finger was preheated to a temperature close to the solubility temperature and the salt layer–solution interface formed on the hot finger was maintained slightly above the solubility temperature to drive deposition.
A new model is presented which describes the growth of the duplex layers of Fe 3 O 4 on mild steel in high temperature, deoxygenated, neutral or alkaline aqueous solutions. It is shown that the layers grow by the ingress of water along oxide micropores to the metal-oxide interface and by the rate-limiting outward diffusion of Fe ions along oxide grain boundaries.
This section presents the limited amount of information, some of it still unpublished, regarding solubility and vapor pressure in aqueous solutions at temperatures above °C. No attempt is made to cover the wealth of data which exists for temperatures below °C., and which is exhaustively tabulated in other places (Int.
Crit. Tables, Vol. Zadjia Atik, Christoph Windmeier, Lothar R. Oellrich, Experimental Gas Hydrate Dissociation Pressures for Pure Methane in Aqueous Solutions of MgCl 2 and CaCl 2 and for a (Methane + Ethane) Gas Mixture in an Aqueous Solution of (NaCl + MgCl 2), Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, /jea, 51, 5, (), ().
Summary: Discusses the thermodynamics of aqueous solutions and presents tools for analyzing and solving scientific and practical problems arising in this area. This book presents methods that can be used to deal with ionic and nonionic aqueous solutions under sub- or supercritical conditions.
Partial molal heat capacities of aqueous tetraalkylammonium bromides as functions of temperature. Journal of Solution Chemistry5 (12), DOI: /BF Shuya Chang, C.
MacDonald D.D. () Material Corrosion in High Temperature Aqueous Solutions in Power Generating Systems. In: Ferreira M.G.S., Melendres C.A. (eds) Electrochemical and Optical Techniques for the Study and Monitoring of Metallic Corrosion.
NATO ASI Series (Series E:. OCLC Number: Description: 10,9 pages: illustrations ; 29 cm. Series Title: International corrosion conference series, NACE Responsibility.
Moreover, high temperature increases the aromatic structure of biochar, which provides π-electron density, resulting in the combination of metal cation to carbon and formation of organometallic compounds (Harvey et al., ). M85 had the largest cadmium adsorption capacity ( mg/g), which was 16 times that of the C ( mg/g).
Prediction of the thermodynamic properties of aqueous metal complexes to °C and 5 kb. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta61 (7), DOI: /S(97) G. Rocchini. Magnetite stability in aqueous solutions as a function of temperature. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Liu, Chia-tsun, Thermodynamic properties of aqueous solutions at high temperatures.
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of. Book Description Provides an accessible, up-to-date overview of important aspects of the physical chemistry of aqueous systems at high temperatures and pressures. --This text refers to the hardcover s: 1. Sm aqueous-corrosion-book 1. Contents Corrosion Problems and Alloy Solutions 1 Corrosion-Resistant Alloys from the Special Metals Group of Companies 4 Alloy Selection for Corrosive Environments 11 Corrosion by Acids 12 Sulfuric Acid 12 Hydrochloric Acid 17 Hydrofluoric Acid 20 Phosphoric Acid 22 Nitric Acid 25 Organic Acids 26 Corrosion by Alkalies 28 Corrosion by Salts 31 .The limiting molar conductance (Λ0) and molal ion association constant (KA(m)) of dilute ( to mol kg-1) aqueous LiOH, NaOH, and KOH solutions were determined by a flow-through conductance cell from 50 to °C and pressures up to 33 MPa.
The flow-through cell is designed to measure molar conductances of dilute aqueous electrolytes with a high degree of accuracy at high temperatures.