Specific Heats of Aqueous Solutions of NaCl, NaBr, and KCl. Comparisons with Related Thermal Properties.
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Precision measurements of specific heat capacities and heats of dilution have been the subject of many investigations in this laboratory and many improvements in experimental methods were developed see reference 1 for a summary in an attempt to get sufficient accuracy so as to be able to verify the Debye-Huckel theory. In this paper, we present heat capacity results obtained by the authors on binary aqueous solutions of NaCl, KCl, and NaBr. The values for NaBr fill a gap in the literature. The values for the other two salts significantly extend the concentration-temperature ranges, and in some areas improve on the precision of the available values, or confirm precise values already in the literature. A theoretical interpretation of the results is not attempted. Author
- Inorganic Chemistry