Specific ion effects in non-aqueous solutions
Electrolyte solutions play a central role in life and technological processes because of their complexity. This complexity is yet to be described by a predictive theory of the specific effects that different ions induce in solution. The vast majority of investigations of specific-ion effects have been conducted in aqueous solutions. These studies have revealed that amongst the complexity, the effectiveness of the ions often follow...[Show more]
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