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Ionic hydration in chemistry and biophysics
B. E. Conway
by Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co., distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Elsevier/North-Holland in Amsterdam, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Studies in physical and theoretical chemistry ;, 12|
|LC Classifications||QD561 .C644|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 774 p. :|
|Number of Pages||774|
|LC Control Number||81001889|
Percent of Water in a Hydrate. Many ionic compounds naturally contain water as part of the crystal lattice structure. A hydrate is a compound that has one or more water molecules bound to each formula unit. Ionic compounds that contain a . In both groups, hydration enthalpy falls as the ions get bigger. The attractions are stronger the more highly charged the ion. For example, the hydration enthalpies of Group 2 ions (like Mg 2+) are much higher than those of Group 1 ions (like Na +). Estimating enthalpies of solution from lattice enthalpies and hydration enthalpies.
This introductory course on biophysics introduces the principles of electrical excitability of cell membranes, which form the basis of all information pro-cessing in the nervous system. The course covers some of the classical results, such as cellular membranes, ionic currents, equilibrium behavior and action potentials. Molecular dynamics simulations have been performed to investigate the hydration of Li+, Na+, K+, F−, and Cl− inside the carbon nanotubes at temperatures ranging from to K. The structural characteristics of the coordination shells of ions are studied, including the ion-oxygen radial distribution funct Analysis, manipulation, and simulation on the nanoscaleCited by:
A recent summary paper of a definitive book summarizes present knowledge of nonideal (i.e., specific) effects in ionic solutions. It says (p) “It is still a fact that over the last decades, it was easier to fly to the moon than to describe the free energy of even the simplest salt solutions beyond a concentration of M or so.”Cited by: He is the author of more than refereed scientific research articles and four books. is a senior editor of 2 series, Comprehensive Treatise of Electrochemistry and Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry, and has written Electrochemical Data, Electrode Processes and Ionic Hydration in Chemistry and Biophysics.
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Conway (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Few molecules are both small enough and polar to cluster around positive and negative ions in solution as water does.
Consequently water is one of the few liquids which readily dissolves many ionic solids. Hydration of Na +, Cl – and other ions in aqueous solution prevents them from attracting each other into a crystal lattice and precipitating.
Axonometric drawings of the time-averaged oxygen atom positions of the hydration shell water molecules around a Ca24" for hydration numbers of nine (a) and ten (b).
The dotted lines indicate the orientation of the water molecules. The numbers refer to the density maps shown in fig. groups, by: It is increasingly being accepted that solvation properties of ions and interfaces (hydration of ions, hydrophobic or hydrophilic character of interfaces) play a fundamental role in ion-surface interaction in by: Ionic Hydration in Chemistry and Biophysics by B.
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Co.: distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Elsevier/North-Holland, (OCoLC) The hydration free energies of ions exhibit an approximately quadratic dependence on the ionic charge, as predicted by the Born model. We analyze this behavior using second-order perturbation theory.
The average and the fluctuation of the electrostatic potential at charge sites appear as the first coefficients in a Taylor expansion of the free energy of by: Isothermal compressibility data of 23 aqueous electrolyte solutions at 25 °C from the literature are used to calculate their hydration numbers, which diminish as the concentration increases.
Their limit at very high concentration is near the “number of adsorption sites” of water molecules on the ions, obtained by the BET method. Ionic Hy dration in Chemistry and Biophysics, as in Dove & Nix,Geochimi ca et Cosmochimi ca Acta, v.
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To discover how the K+ channel solves this fundamental aspect of Cited by:. Ion specific effects are ubiquitous in chemistry and biology. While ion specific effects in molecular simulations are generally explained as the result of an interplay between ionic hydration, non-electrostatic potentials and ionic polarizability, this perspective considers an alternative discussion of the coupling of ionic hydration and an interfacial solvent as a .Introduction to Chemical Physics.
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October INTRODUCTION 1 Atomic and Ionic Properties Standard Enthalpies of Hydration 13 Standard Enthalpies of Hydration of Ions 13 Steam - Temperature, Pressure & Volume 26 Thermal Properties of Liquid Water 27 Thermodynamic Data for Inorganic Compounds