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Remarks on triple ion formation. Interpretation of conductance data

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It is shown that it is possible to fit conductance data in solvents of low dielectric constant without the additional assumption of triple ion formation. With the aid of two new conductance equations, which incoporate in different ways a mass action law for ion pairing but not for ion triplets, we can account for the conductivity data for the systems LiBr in octanol and NaI in butanol. One of the equations incorporates the mean spherical approximation.

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Grigo, M. Remarks on triple ion formation. Interpretation of conductance data. J Solution Chem 11, 529–537 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00649253

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Key words

  • Electrolyte conductance theory
  • triple ion formation
  • ion association
  • mean spherical approximation (MSA)
  • LiBr and Nal
  • octanol
  • butanol