2 edition of solubility of nonelectrolytes found in the catalog.
solubility of nonelectrolytes
Joel H. Hildebrand
First published 1924.
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Until the first publication of the Handbook of Aqueous Solubility Data, this information had been scattered throughout numerous sources. Now newly revised, the second edition of this landmark volume continues the tradition of providing an extensive compilation of published aqueous solubility data for a wide variety of organic nonelectrolytes. Electrolytes are chemicals that break into ions (ionize) when they are dissolved in water. The positively-charged ions are called cations, while the negatively charged ions are called anions. Substances can be categorized as s trong electrolytes, weak electrolytes, or nonelectrolytes. Sodium hydroxide is a strong base and strong electrolyte.
The temperature dependence of solubility yields the heat of solution. Next we treat the solubility of sparingly soluble salts and of nonelectrolytes whose solutions behave nonideally. Regular solution theory is useful in nonpolar systems, but aqueous solubilities require more empirical approaches. Solutions of Nonelectrolytes Solutions of Nonelectrolytes Hildebrand, J. H.; Scott, R. L. -The purpose of the authors in writing the following review has been to give a critical account of the more significant papers bearing upon the theory of solutions which have appeared during the year We have not hesitated to trace certain developments back into , but we are.
The solubility parameter concept, on first discovery appears to offer a rationalized approach for a simplified elastomer selection in various solvents. The original definitive book, "Solubility of Nonelectrolytes"' by the title gives the first clue that the problem is more complex than the simple "likes dissolves likes" approach. We liveFile Size: KB. In Joel H. Hildebrand (who laid the foundation for solubility theory in his classic work on the solubility of nonelectrolytes in ) proposed the square root of the cohesive energy density as a numerical value indicating the solvency behavior of a specific solvent. It was not until the third edition of his book in that the term Cited by:
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The chapters that follow explore binary and ternary mixtures containing only nonspecific interactions; the thermodynamic excess properties of liquid mixtures and ternary alcohol-hydrocarbon systems; and solubility behavior of nonelectrolytes.
This book concludes with a chapter describing the use of gas-liquid chromatography in determining the. Thermodynamic Properties of Nonelectrolyte Solutions reviews several of the more classical theories on the thermodynamics of nonelectrolyte solutions.
and solubility behavior of nonelectrolytes. This book concludes with a chapter describing the use of gas-liquid chromatography in determining the activity coefficients of liquid mixtures and Book Edition: 1.The solubility of a solute 1 (solid, liquid or gas) is the analytical composition of a saturated solution, expressed in terms of the proportion of the designated solute in a designated solvent 7.
"Saturated" implies equilibrium with respect to the processes of dissolution and demixing; the equilibrium may be stable or metastable.