Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 9 by I. Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

By I. Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

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C h e w . ,1203 (1938). Skinner, H. , a n d Sutton, L. 36, 681 (1940). observe t ha t agreement is good in all cases except in the case o f the mercury salts. 130th HgHr, and HgC1, are known to have anomalously loiv conductivities in the molten state and are thought to be unionized. , it is larger than would be expcctcd for an ion. Thus the actual surface tension is larger and the i d u c computed with Eq. (133) assuming ionic radii is relatively too small. I t appears as though the anomalous state of ionization of the mercuric salts is reflected in the present data.

VI. MISCELLANEOUS Insofar as the systematic application of scaled particle theory is concerned, there are still some formal things which we have not discussed. These are more or less disconnected items stemming from the work of several authors. This section will be devoted to a brief discussion of these aspects of the theory. Item 1 concerns the relation between G and g. 13drew attention to the fact that in the interval lying between 7 = a/2 and 7 = a / d 3 , g(2r) could be expressed as a function of G ( r ) .

Hence it is not surprising in view of our earlier discussion that agreement should be better. VIII. COMPRESSIBILITIES AND EXPANSIVITIES The treatment of the hard sphere fluid contained in Sections 11, 111, and I V yields an expression for the equation of state for hard spheres (3f the following form: ( 135) where p is the pressure and y is thc reduced concentration defined by Eq. (132). Equation (135) is E(1. ( T T ) ,derived earlier. ' and that the liquid then behaves as though it were a hard sphere fluid confined to this volume.

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