Bitburg. Eagle Country by Chris Bennett

By Chris Bennett

Excessive above the fields of Western Germany, an F-15C of the thirty sixth Tactical fighter Wing at Bitburg.

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For aqueous solution species, we will use the molal scale for most solutes, with an infinite dilution reference state and a unit molality standard state (of unit activity). For the case of nonpolar organic solutes, the pure liquid reference and standard states are used. Gaseous species will be described on the partial pressure (atm — bar) scale. Solids will be described using the mole fraction scale. Pure solids (and pure liquids) have JC, = 1, and hence \x{ — /x°. 6. CHEMICAL POTENTIALS OF AQUEOUS ELECTROLYTES Aqueous electrolyte chemical potentials are described on the molal scale.

The fundamental thermodynamic equation for the solution may be written dE = TdS - pdV + E ta dn{ (37) Comparing equation 37 with 22, we note E >tx,

The contributions to the chemical potentials are: lit = iif + RT In (/n(-/m0) 4- RT\n 7, chemical standard free energy potential free energy potential potential of mixing Gas Phase At lower pressures (say, less than 50 atm), the partial pressure can be used to calculate the chemical potential of a gaseous species in a mixture. (T). Where high pressures are involved, the fugacity is used instead of the partial pressure. , T). , equation 53), /*, = /x,° 4- RT In JC, 7,, with, for example, 7, -» 1 as xt■, -* 1 as a possible reference state.

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