Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 9 by I. Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

By I. Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

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Nd x ) then yields ‘5 (2a2u(x)) xk T - (4a2a(x)6(x)) xkT E2 1 (a) 24 HOWARD REISS This i s identical in form with Eq. (65) and is exact in the limit of large 5. On the other hand, Eq. (65) has been derived for small 5. This lends support to the idea that Eq. (66)is a good approximation over the entire range between ,t = Q and 5 = 00. 30 Equation (39) shows that the first term on the right of (68)is G( co,x), so that G given by (68) approaches the correct limit for 6 --t co. If it is assumed that Eq.

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133) assuming ionic radii is relatively too small. I t appears as though the anomalous state of ionization of the mercuric salts is reflected in the present data. The agreement between theory and experiment in the case of fused salts is better than for the case of the simple fluids discussed in conncction with Table I. The vapor dcnsities of the salts are much lcwer than those of the simple fluids, so that the discontinuity a t the interface is more abrupt. Hence it is not surprising in view of our earlier discussion that agreement should be better.

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