Surface Tension of Electrolytes: Specific Ion Effects Explained by Dispersion Forces
The surface tension of ionic solutions shows marked specific ion effects not explained by existing theories. The effects are here accounted for by invoking a dispersion force between ions and the air-water interface. The measurements can be explained with reasonable values for the dispersion potential.
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