Study of the Structural Characteristics of Water from the Infrared Absorption Spectra of Aqueous Acetonitrile Solutions

  • B. N. Narziev
  • A. I. Sidorova

Abstract

When an aqueous solution contains small concentrations of any solute, the structure characteristic of pure water is almost totally retained and the solute molecules have hardly any distorting effect on it. A greater or lesser disturbance of the water structure occurs when the concentration or temperature of an aqueous solution is raised. This structural change is manifested in a change in the interaction between the solute and water molecules. The nature of the interaction depends on both the physicochemical properties and geometry of the solute molecules.

Keywords

Water Structure Heavy Water Acetonitrile Solution Infrared Absorption Spectrum Acetonitrile Molecule 
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  • B. N. Narziev
  • A. I. Sidorova

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