Thermodynamic models of aqueous solutions containing inorganic electrolytes and dicarboxylic acids at 298.15 K. 2. systems including dissociation equilibria

Clegg, SL and Seinfeld, JH (2006) Thermodynamic models of aqueous solutions containing inorganic electrolytes and dicarboxylic acids at 298.15 K. 2. systems including dissociation equilibria. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 110 (17). pp. 5718-5734.

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Abstract

Atmospheric aerosols contain a significant fraction of water-soluble organic compounds, including dicarboxylic acids. Pitzer activity coefficient models are developed, using a wide range of data at 298.15 K, for the following systems containing succinic acid (H2Succ) and/or succinate salts:  {H+, Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+}Cl-−H2Succ−H2O, HNO3−H2Succ−H2O, H+−NH4+−HSucc-−Succ2-−NH3−H2Succ−H2O, NH4Cl−(NH4)2Succ−H2O, H+−Na+−HSucc-−Succ2-−Cl-−H2Succ−H2O, NH4NO3−H2Succ−H2O, and H2SO4−H2Succ−H2O. The above compositions are given in terms of ions in the cases where acid dissociation was considered. Pitzer models were also developed for the following systems containing malonic acid (H2Malo):  H+−Na+−HMalo-−Malo2-−Cl-−H2Malo−H2O, and H2Malo−H2SO4−H2O. The models are used to evaluate the extended Zdanovskii−Stokes−Robinson (ZSR) model proposed by Clegg and Seinfeld (J. Phys. Chem. A 2004, 108, 1008−1017) for calculating water and solute activities in solutions in which dissociation equilibria occur. The ZSR model yields satisfactory results only for systems that contain moderate to high concentrations of (nondissociating) supporting electrolyte. A practical modeling scheme is proposed for aqueous atmospheric aerosols containing both electrolytes and dissociating (organic) nonelectrolytes.

Item Type: Article
Faculty \ School: Faculty of Science > School of Environmental Sciences
Depositing User: Rosie Cullington
Date Deposited: 24 Jan 2011 12:10
Last Modified: 21 Apr 2020 19:41
URI: https://ueaeprints.uea.ac.uk/id/eprint/19617
DOI: 10.1021/jp056150j

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