Zwanzig Theory Application for Bromide and Iodide Ions in Pure Solvents at 25°C

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  •   Nasr H. El-Hammamy

  •   Marwa A. Daghash

  •   Aida I. Kawana

Abstract

The Zwanzig theory of dielectric friction has been applied to trimethylsulfonium ion, bromide and iodide ions in different solvents at 25°C. The radius values which obtained from the slope (hydrated radius) and that one which obtained from the intercept (hydrodynamic radius) were calculated and the reason for such difference discussed on the basis of the assumptions of Zwanzig theory.


Keywords: Conductance, Trimethylsulfonium ion, Bromide Ion, Iodide Ion, Hydrated Radius, Hydrodynamic Radius, Zwanzig Theory

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El-Hammamy, N., Daghash, M. and Kawana, A. 2019. Zwanzig Theory Application for Bromide and Iodide Ions in Pure Solvents at 25°C. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. 4, 8 (Aug. 2019), 19-21. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2019.4.8.1428.