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The pairwise interaction concept of Savage and Wood applied to electrolytes

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Abstract

The pairwise interaction concept used by Savage and Wood to predict enthalpies of interaction of nonelectrolytes has been applied to several tetraalkylammonium bromides, triethylamine, and some trialkylphosphates in binary aqueous amide mixtures. It is possible to use the same model for electrolytes as well. Values of the functional group interaction parameters for both nonelectrolytes and electrolytes are in reasonable agreement.

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de Visser, C., Heuvelsland, W.J.M. & Somsen, G. The pairwise interaction concept of Savage and Wood applied to electrolytes. J Solution Chem 7, 193–196 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00650526

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Key Words

  • Pairwise interactions
  • functional groups
  • electrolytes