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“…(4) is ePC‐SAFT. The most recent version is called ‘ePC‐SAFT advanced’, and it contains the Born term altered by a concentration‐dependent dielectric constant [43] . The theory is briefly discussed in the following.…”
Section: Thermodynamic Frameworkmentioning
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“…(4) is ePC‐SAFT. The most recent version is called ‘ePC‐SAFT advanced’, and it contains the Born term altered by a concentration‐dependent dielectric constant [43] . The theory is briefly discussed in the following.…”
Section: Thermodynamic Frameworkmentioning
“…Later, PC‐SAFT was extended to include electrostatic interionic interactions [59] and to account for the change of the dielectric constant at different concentrations [34] . Recently, an altered Born term was introduced within ePC‐SAFT, [43] which accounts for electrostatic interactions between charged components and their surrounding medium. The resulting residual Helmholtz energy is given as the sum of all contributions according to Eq.…”
Section: Thermodynamic Frameworkmentioning
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