By Alexander G. Volkov
Provides a complete therapy of floor chemistry and its functions to chemical engineering, biology, and drugs. specializes in the chmical and actual constitution of oil-water interfaces and membrane surfaces. info interfacial potentials, ion solvation, and electrostatic instabilities in double layers.
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W The values of ÁW , obtained for the NB/W interface, are summarO as well as ÁGtr 0 ized in Table 1. As seen, the value of ÁW O for the polyanions, so their transfer energies as well, depend only on the ionic size and charge. Thus there was no indication that the iontransfer potential (or the energy) was signiﬁcantly inﬂuenced by such ‘‘speciﬁc’’ solvation as due to electron localization in a polyanion. This seems to support the hypothesis that the surface charge of such a polyanion is nonlocalized.
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