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Molten Salts and Electrolyte Solutions

Some Aspects of Their Transport Properties with Respect to a Common Theory of Liquids
  • Joachim Richter


In 1957 Fuoss and Onsager wrote the following in a fundamental paper about the conductance of unassociated electrolytes:

The problem of concentrated solutions cannot, in our opinion, be solved by any extension of the present theory (of liquids), which is based on a smoothed ionic distribution. The approach must start by an adequate theory for fused salts, which must then be followed by the theoretical treatment of the effect on the radial distribution function of adding uncharged (solvent) molecules.


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  • Joachim Richter
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  1. 1.RWTH AachenAachenFederal Republic of Germany

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