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The Heat Capacities and Standard Entropies of Corresponding Potassium and Ammonium Ion Species: Is There a Constant Difference?
Structural Chemistry
  • H. D. B. Jenkins
  • J. F. Liebman
  • M. Ponkivar
  • Steve Scheiner, Utah State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2009
Publisher
Springer Verlag (Germany)
DOI
10.1007/s11224-008-9402-z
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Abstract

It is found that there is a nearly constant difference between the normalized values of the heat capacities and standard entropies of potassium and ammonium ion salts in the condensed phase, both solid salts and their aqueous solutions. Extension to the free gaseous ions remains moot.

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Citation Information
The Heat Capacities and Standard Entropies of Corresponding Potassium and Ammonium Ion Species: Is There a Constant Difference? H.D.B Jenkins, J.F. Liebman, M. Ponkivar, S. Scheiner Struct Chem 2009 20 31-35