1959
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Abstract: Elemental analyses were obtained for the residues from the Ca, Sr, Ba, La and Bi compounds.s Unlike the results found in air,4v6 where the ultimate residues are usually the metal oxides, the residues obtained here contained considerable amounts of carbon and nitrogen, and some hydrogen, as well as metal. An attempt was made to determine the infrared spectra of the Ba and Ca residues in KBr pellets. No recognizable absorption peaks were observed in the wave length region 3 to 15 fi, indicating that complete des… Show more

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“…11 kcal. more negative than the currently accepted result (2) based on heat of solution measurements (18). Although the heat of solution studies involve a complicated series of solution and solution reaction processes, the result seems generally consistent with enthalpy values deduced from independent equilibrium studies-e.g., aH°from Equation 2 and a heat of solution based heat of formation of FeCl2(s) (2).…”
Section: (2)supporting
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“…11 kcal. more negative than the currently accepted result (2) based on heat of solution measurements (18). Although the heat of solution studies involve a complicated series of solution and solution reaction processes, the result seems generally consistent with enthalpy values deduced from independent equilibrium studies-e.g., aH°from Equation 2 and a heat of solution based heat of formation of FeCl2(s) (2).…”
Section: (2)supporting
“…This gives ΔH f ○̵ (Mn 2+ ,aq) = −221.8 kJ mol −1 . A third route exploits the value 76 ΔH f ○̵ (MnCl 2 , s) = −481.95 kJ mol −1 . Separate heat of dilution data 73,77 were combined and fitted to a Pitzer expression 75 for Φ L. Three values of the heat of solution at high dilution 78−80 then each give a value of ΔH f ○̵ (Mn 2+ ,aq).…”
Section: Manganese(ii)mentioning
“…This gives Δ H f ○̵ (Mn 2+ ,aq) = −221.8 kJ mol –1 . A third route exploits the value Δ H f ○̵ (MnCl 2 , s) = −481.95 kJ mol –1 . Separate heat of dilution data , were combined and fitted to a Pitzer expression for Φ L .…”
Section: Manganese(ii)mentioning
“…The AH£(C1~, aq) is known with a high degree of reliability (e.g. CODATA, 1977) and the only known value for AH~(FeCl 2 ) is that from Koehler and Coughlin (1959). Combining these data, the resultant AH°(Fe 2+ , aq) = -21.61 kcal/mol.…”
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