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Intradiffusion coefficients of all species in aqueous gallium perchlorate solutions and solution viscosities at 25 degrees C
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  • W E Price, University of Wollongong
  • L A Woolf, University Of New South Wales
RIS ID
67402
Publication Date
1-1-1993
Publication Details

Price, W. E. Woolf, L. A. (1993). Intradiffusion coefficients of all species in aqueous gallium perchlorate solutions and solution viscosities at 25degreesC. Journal of Solution Chemistry, 22 (10), 873-882.

Abstract
Intradiffusion coefficients of all species (cation, anion and solvent) and viscosities have been measured for aqueous solutions of gallium perchlorate in the concentration range 0-2.3 mol-kg-1 at 25°C. The perchlorate ion intradiffusion measurements were made using36ClO4- as the tracer species in diaphragm cell experiments. The development of a method to synthesize36ClO4- from36Cl- by electrolysis is described. The perchlorate intradiffusion coefficients results show a concentration dependence that is very similar to that for D(Cl-) in corresponding trivalent metal chloride solutions. A simple hydration analysis based on all the transport results estimates a total (effective) cation hydration for gallium within a 0-2 mol-kg-1 range of 10 (±1.5). © 1993 Plenum Publishing Corporation.
Citation Information
W E Price and L A Woolf. "Intradiffusion coefficients of all species in aqueous gallium perchlorate solutions and solution viscosities at 25 degrees C" (1993) p. 873 - 882
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