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Determination of the Ionic Molar Conductivities in Mixtures of the Strong Electrolytes HClO4 + NaClO4 + Cd(ClO4)2

Chapter

In order to calculate accurate values for E0B and E0H in emf studies, without systematic errors, as E0B = E0B1 − gd2cH and E0H = E0H1 − gd3cB, moreover, for the estimation of the systematic errors in the equilibrium constants, \(\Delta \log_{10} \beta_{\rm pqr}\), we need to know the values of the ionic molar conductivities. The systematic errors in the equilibrium constants are, if the species BpHqLr are formed:

Keywords

Percentage Deviation Conductivity Measurement Deviation Function Molar Conductivity Transport Number 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dept. Chemistry Division of Analytical ChemistryRoyal Institute of Technology (KTH)Sweden

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