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Inclusion of Ionic Hydration and Association in the MSA-NRTL Model for a Description of the Thermodynamic Properties of Aqueous Ionic Solutions: Application to Solutions of Associating Acids

Simonin, Jean-Pierre ; Krebs, Stéphane ; Kunz, Werner


Ionic hydration and assocn. are included in the MSA-NRTL model for a description of the thermodn. properties of aq. ionic solns. Hydration effects are introduced using the classic model of Robinson and Stokes, in which hydration nos. are independent of salt concn. Assocn. is accounted for through a mass action law. New compact conversion formulas are given expressing the individual ionic, and ...


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