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Chemical Affinity and Solution

Nature volume 36, page 318 | Download Citation

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IN continuation of my inquiry into the relation between chemical affinity and solution (NATURE, vol. xxxiii. p. 615, and and vol. xxxiv. p. 263) I would direct attention to some remarkable facts in connexion with the heats of formation of the sulphates. Take H2SO4Aq, and assume that SO3 acts on the O of water with the average energy with which the S acts on O3, and we have the following:—

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