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Dissociation model of the electrical-conductivity of molten-salt mixtures. 3. Ternary univalent systems with common ion

V. Daněk, M. Hura, and M. Chrenková

Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Slovak Academy of Sciences, CS-842 36 Bratislava

 

Abstract: The dissociation model of the electrical conductivity of molten salt mixtures, based on the idea of an incomplete dissociation of electrolyte components was applied in some ternary univalent systems with a common anion as well as with a common cation. The systems of alkali halides, of alkali metal nitrates, and of silver halides were examined. It was found that in the systems with a common anion the dissociation degree increases with the increasing radius of the cation. In the systems with a common cation the dissociation degree increases with the decreasing radius of the anion. The dissociation model describes the course of the molar conductivity of ternary univalent systems with a common ion very well. The standard deviations of the experimental values from the calculated ones are lower or comparable with the experimental error.

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Chemical Papers 44 (4) 535–541 (1990)

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