Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 158: Physical Chemistry by Mitsuru Nagasawa

By Mitsuru Nagasawa

The Advances in Chemical Physics sequence offers the chemical physics box with a discussion board for severe, authoritative reviews of advances in each sector of the self-discipline. This quantity explores themes from Thermodynamic houses of Polyelectrolyte ideas to ion-binding of polyelectrolytes. The publication features:

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Wt. 6, M???? = 119, M???? = 182, M???? = 330, M???? = 747. (Reproduced with permission from Ref. [4]. ) NMWDs, covering a wide range of high molecular weights. Agreement between theory and experiments is satisfactory [4, 22, 23]. Figure 2 shows the double logarithmic plots of ???? versus C in dilute and semidilute regions, while Figure 3 shows the corresponding plots between ????M∕C and (C∕C∗ ) according to eqs (12) and (15). Figure 4 shows the plots of S∕A2 against (C∕C∗ ) according to eqs (14) and (16). 2 in Figure 3.

Fujimoto and C. Han, Polym. , 6, 489 (1982). THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF POLYELECTROLYTE SOLUTIONS I. Introduction: Nonionic Polymer Solution A. Dilute Solution B. Semidilute Solution C. Concentrated Solution II. Electrostatic Free Energy of Polyelectrolyte Solutions A. An Outline of the Debye–Hückel Theory B. Free Energy of Polyelectrolyte Solution III. Donnan Membrane Equilibrium (Concentrated Solution) IV. Dilute Solution Properties of Polyelectrolytes A. Experiment B. Theories C. Pure Aqueous solution of Polyelectrolytes V.

Osmotic pressure (????) of poly(????-methylstyrene) with different molecular weights in toluene at 25 ∘ C. Mol. wt. 6, M???? = 119, M???? = 182, M???? = 330, M???? = 747. (Reproduced with permission from Ref. [4]. ) NMWDs, covering a wide range of high molecular weights. Agreement between theory and experiments is satisfactory [4, 22, 23]. Figure 2 shows the double logarithmic plots of ???? versus C in dilute and semidilute regions, while Figure 3 shows the corresponding plots between ????M∕C and (C∕C∗ ) according to eqs (12) and (15).

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