Physico-chemical processes in mixed aqueous solvents by Symposium on Physico-Chemical Processes in Mixed Aqueous Solvents (1966 Bradford)

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Statementeditor F. Franks.
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Department of Chemical Technology. Get this from a library. Physico-chemical processes in mixed aqueous solvents. [Felix Franks;]. Complex equilibria of acetyl acetone (Ac Ac) with proton and Cu 2+ ion has been measured in various mixed aqueous solvents, viz.

dioxane-water, isopropanol-water, acetone-water, ethanol-water and methanol-water. P K 1 H of Ac-Ac, the equilibrium constant β = [Cu L][H] [Cu][HL] and the formation constant β′ = [Cu L] [Cu][L] were measured in each of the solvent by:   The dependence of the dissociation constants of acids and bases and their tendency to form salts upon solvent composition in mixed-aqueous solvents are reviewed, along with the activities of the solvent components.

The acid–base equilibria are dominated by preferential solvation of the ions by water molecules in the mixtures, compounded by the very high water activities across most of the Cited by:   F. Franks (Ed.), Physico-Chemical Processes in Mixed Aqueous Solvents, Heinmann Educational Books Ltd (), p.

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