気液共存線近傍におけるメタノール中の1価イオンの並進運動に対する密度効果 [in Japanese] Density Effect on the Electric Conductivities of Monovalent Ions in Methanol along the Liquid-Vapor Coexistence Curve [in Japanese]
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For a better understanding of the molecular transport mechanism in fluids, it is important to study the density dependence in the intermediate region between liquid and gas. The hydrodynamic theory is considered to explain the molecular transport coefficients at high liquid densities, while the binary collision theory is valid in dilute gases. In this article, we report the density dependence of the electrolyte conductivities of alkali-metal halides in liquid methanol near the liquid-vapor coexistence curve up to the critical temperature (240°C) and those of tetraalkylammonium bromides up to about 180°C, and discuss the application limit of the hydrodynamic theory (Hubbard-Onsager's dielectric friction theory) for the ionic transport process in liquids.
- The Review of High Pressure Science and Technology
The Review of High Pressure Science and Technology 18(2), 147-153, 2008-05-20
The Japan Society of High Pressure Science and Technology