The Thermodynamics of Protolytic Equilibria

  • R. P. Bell

Abstract

So far we have dealt with equilibrium constants at a single temperature, and these are of course related to the standard free energy change by the equation
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Keywords

Dissociation Constant Entropy Change Thermodynamic Function Absolute Zero Single Temperature 
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© R. P. Bell 1973

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  • R. P. Bell
    • 1
  1. 1.University of StirlingScotland

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