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 Solution Thermodynamics and its Application to Aqueous Solutions: A Differential Approach, Second Edition introduces a differential approach to solution thermodynamics, applying it to the study of aqueous solutions. This valuable approach reveals the molecular processes in solutions in greater depth than that gained by spectroscopic and other methods. The book clarifies what a hydrophobe, or a hydrophile, and in turn, an amphiphile, does to H2O. By applying the same methodology to ions that have been ranked by the Hofmeister series, the author shows that the kosmotropes are either hydrophobes or hydration centers, and that chaotropes are hydrophiles. This unique approach and important updates make the new edition a musthave reference for those active in solution chemistry
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 Second edition.
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 Front Cover; Solution Thermodynamics and its Application to Aqueous Solutions: A Differential Approach; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface to the First Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Acknowledgments for the First Edition; Acknowledgments for the Second Edition; Chapter 0: Introduction; [01]. Introduction; [02]. Qualitative Judgments and Sciences; [03]. Outline of This Book; Part A: A Differential Approach in Solution Thermodynamics; Chapter I: Basics of ThermodynamicsDerivatives of Gibbs Energy, G; [I1]. System, State, the First, and Second Laws of Thermodynamics
 [I2]. Giles' Derivation of Entropy[I21]. State, Process, and Irreversibility of Process; [I22]. Entropy, and PotentialsDefining T, and p; [I3]. Logical (Mathematical) Deduction; [I4]. Stability Criteria; [I5]. Multicomponent SystemPartial Molar Quantities; [I6]. Excess Quantities; [I7]. Response Functions; [I8]. Thermodynamic QuantitiesOrder of Derivative; [I9]. Interaction FunctionsThird Derivatives; Chapter II: Solution ThermodynamicsUse of the Second and Third Derivatives of G; [II1]. Mixture; [II2]. GibbsDuhem Relation; [II3]. Vapor PressuresPhase Equilibrium
 [II4]. Raoult's Law and Henry's Law[II5]. Process of MixingMixing Entropy; [II6]. Conversion From (nB, nW) to (xB, N) Variable Systems; [II7]. Interaction Functions Due to the Ideal Mixing Entropy; [II8]. Phase SeparationCritical Point (UCST or LCST); [II9]. Azeotrope; [II10]. Phase Transitions; [II101]. Introduction; [II102]. Heat Capacity Anomalies for General Phase TransitionsTwo Level Model With MeanField Approximation; Chapter III: Determination of the Second and Third Derivatives of G; [III1]. Introduction; [III2]. Calculation of HiE From HmE
 [IV2]. Fluctuation FunctionsCoarse Grain[IV3]. H2O vs nHexane; [IV4]. SiteCorrelated Percolation Model of Liquid H2O; [IV5]. Concentration Fluctuations and KirkwoodBuff Integrals; Part B: Studies of Aqueous Solutions Using the Second, the Third, and the Fourth Derivatives of G; Chapter V: Mixing Schemes in Aqueous Monools; [V1]. Mixing Schemes in 2Butoxyethanol (BE)H2O; [V2]. Mixing Schemes on Other Monools(AL)H2O; [V21]. Enthalpic and Entropic ALAL Interactions, HALALE and SALALE; [V22]. Volumetric ALAL Interactions, VALALE
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 Solution thermodynamics and its application to aqueous solutions : a differential approach
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 Solution thermodynamics and its application to aqueous solutions
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 a differential approach
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 Yoshikata Koga
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 eng
 Summary
 Solution Thermodynamics and its Application to Aqueous Solutions: A Differential Approach, Second Edition introduces a differential approach to solution thermodynamics, applying it to the study of aqueous solutions. This valuable approach reveals the molecular processes in solutions in greater depth than that gained by spectroscopic and other methods. The book clarifies what a hydrophobe, or a hydrophile, and in turn, an amphiphile, does to H2O. By applying the same methodology to ions that have been ranked by the Hofmeister series, the author shows that the kosmotropes are either hydrophobes or hydration centers, and that chaotropes are hydrophiles. This unique approach and important updates make the new edition a musthave reference for those active in solution chemistry
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 Front Cover; Solution Thermodynamics and its Application to Aqueous Solutions: A Differential Approach; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface to the First Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Acknowledgments for the First Edition; Acknowledgments for the Second Edition; Chapter 0: Introduction; [01]. Introduction; [02]. Qualitative Judgments and Sciences; [03]. Outline of This Book; Part A: A Differential Approach in Solution Thermodynamics; Chapter I: Basics of ThermodynamicsDerivatives of Gibbs Energy, G; [I1]. System, State, the First, and Second Laws of Thermodynamics
 [I2]. Giles' Derivation of Entropy[I21]. State, Process, and Irreversibility of Process; [I22]. Entropy, and PotentialsDefining T, and p; [I3]. Logical (Mathematical) Deduction; [I4]. Stability Criteria; [I5]. Multicomponent SystemPartial Molar Quantities; [I6]. Excess Quantities; [I7]. Response Functions; [I8]. Thermodynamic QuantitiesOrder of Derivative; [I9]. Interaction FunctionsThird Derivatives; Chapter II: Solution ThermodynamicsUse of the Second and Third Derivatives of G; [II1]. Mixture; [II2]. GibbsDuhem Relation; [II3]. Vapor PressuresPhase Equilibrium
 [II4]. Raoult's Law and Henry's Law[II5]. Process of MixingMixing Entropy; [II6]. Conversion From (nB, nW) to (xB, N) Variable Systems; [II7]. Interaction Functions Due to the Ideal Mixing Entropy; [II8]. Phase SeparationCritical Point (UCST or LCST); [II9]. Azeotrope; [II10]. Phase Transitions; [II101]. Introduction; [II102]. Heat Capacity Anomalies for General Phase TransitionsTwo Level Model With MeanField Approximation; Chapter III: Determination of the Second and Third Derivatives of G; [III1]. Introduction; [III2]. Calculation of HiE From HmE
 [IV2]. Fluctuation FunctionsCoarse Grain[IV3]. H2O vs nHexane; [IV4]. SiteCorrelated Percolation Model of Liquid H2O; [IV5]. Concentration Fluctuations and KirkwoodBuff Integrals; Part B: Studies of Aqueous Solutions Using the Second, the Third, and the Fourth Derivatives of G; Chapter V: Mixing Schemes in Aqueous Monools; [V1]. Mixing Schemes in 2Butoxyethanol (BE)H2O; [V2]. Mixing Schemes on Other Monools(AL)H2O; [V21]. Enthalpic and Entropic ALAL Interactions, HALALE and SALALE; [V22]. Volumetric ALAL Interactions, VALALE
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 Front Cover; Solution Thermodynamics and its Application to Aqueous Solutions: A Differential Approach; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface to the First Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Acknowledgments for the First Edition; Acknowledgments for the Second Edition; Chapter 0: Introduction; [01]. Introduction; [02]. Qualitative Judgments and Sciences; [03]. Outline of This Book; Part A: A Differential Approach in Solution Thermodynamics; Chapter I: Basics of ThermodynamicsDerivatives of Gibbs Energy, G; [I1]. System, State, the First, and Second Laws of Thermodynamics
 [I2]. Giles' Derivation of Entropy[I21]. State, Process, and Irreversibility of Process; [I22]. Entropy, and PotentialsDefining T, and p; [I3]. Logical (Mathematical) Deduction; [I4]. Stability Criteria; [I5]. Multicomponent SystemPartial Molar Quantities; [I6]. Excess Quantities; [I7]. Response Functions; [I8]. Thermodynamic QuantitiesOrder of Derivative; [I9]. Interaction FunctionsThird Derivatives; Chapter II: Solution ThermodynamicsUse of the Second and Third Derivatives of G; [II1]. Mixture; [II2]. GibbsDuhem Relation; [II3]. Vapor PressuresPhase Equilibrium
 [II4]. Raoult's Law and Henry's Law[II5]. Process of MixingMixing Entropy; [II6]. Conversion From (nB, nW) to (xB, N) Variable Systems; [II7]. Interaction Functions Due to the Ideal Mixing Entropy; [II8]. Phase SeparationCritical Point (UCST or LCST); [II9]. Azeotrope; [II10]. Phase Transitions; [II101]. Introduction; [II102]. Heat Capacity Anomalies for General Phase TransitionsTwo Level Model With MeanField Approximation; Chapter III: Determination of the Second and Third Derivatives of G; [III1]. Introduction; [III2]. Calculation of HiE From HmE
 [IV2]. Fluctuation FunctionsCoarse Grain[IV3]. H2O vs nHexane; [IV4]. SiteCorrelated Percolation Model of Liquid H2O; [IV5]. Concentration Fluctuations and KirkwoodBuff Integrals; Part B: Studies of Aqueous Solutions Using the Second, the Third, and the Fourth Derivatives of G; Chapter V: Mixing Schemes in Aqueous Monools; [V1]. Mixing Schemes in 2Butoxyethanol (BE)H2O; [V2]. Mixing Schemes on Other Monools(AL)H2O; [V21]. Enthalpic and Entropic ALAL Interactions, HALALE and SALALE; [V22]. Volumetric ALAL Interactions, VALALE
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