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DATE

2016-05

AUTHORS

B. Ya. Zilberman, D. V. Ryabkov, E. A. Puzikov, E. V. Andreeva, N. E. Mishina

ABSTRACT

Analysis of the published dependences of the HNO3 distribution coefficient between the liquid and vapor in the system with water shows that these dependences are power functions with the exponent depending on the temperature (pressure) and emerge from the azeotropic point. The exponent is inversely proportional to the temperature, and its logarithm is directly proportional to the logarithm of the pressure. The pattern is preserved when a salting-out agent is present in the system and is described similarly when taking into account the hydration and hydrolysis of the cation and the degree of dissociation of sulfuric acid, as shown previously for atmospheric pressure. The dependences obtained are interpreted within the framework of the law of mass action (without activity coefficients) as dilution of the azeotropic compound HNO3(H2O)2 with water with the formation of an associated ionic liquid. More... »

PAGES

237-242

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TITLE

Radiochemistry

ISSUE

3

VOLUME

58

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