State of Water in Certain Perchlorate Crystal Hydrates Formed by Elements of Periodic Group II

  • T. G. Balicheva
  • T. I. Grishaeva


The structure and many properties of electrolyte solutions depend on the interaction between the ions and the solvent molecules. The strongest influence for typical complex-forming ions is exerted by the nearest solvent molecules, which form the solvate shell of the ions. However, the state of such molecules and the directly related problem of the composition and structure of their solvate shells in solution are still among the least studied and most difficult problems of solution chemistry. It is difficult to solve them merely by study of the properties of solutions, since such chemical processes as complexing, polymerization, hydrolysis, etc. are superimposed on the phenomenon in question. The lack of reliable data on the short-range environment of ions in solutions of moderate and high concentration is therefore one of the main obstacles to research on the state of coordinated particles.


Hydrate Shell Solvate Shell Coordinate Water Molecule Outer Sphere Infrared Absorption Spectrum 
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