Effect of perchlorate salts on the hydrogen bonded structure of water

James D.W. and Armishaw R.F. (1976) Effect of perchlorate salts on the hydrogen bonded structure of water. Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry Letters, 12 5: 425-434. doi:10.1016/0020-1650(76)80053-0

Author James D.W.
Armishaw R.F.
Title Effect of perchlorate salts on the hydrogen bonded structure of water
Journal name Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry Letters
ISSN 0020-1650
Publication date 1976-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1016/0020-1650(76)80053-0
Volume 12
Issue 5
Start page 425
End page 434
Total pages 10
Language eng
Abstract The relative intensity of the infrared band associated with water libration has been examined for the perchlorates lithium, sodium and ammonium. Well developed concentration dependent isosbestic points are evident indicating a two species equilibrium. A model having five molecules of water of hydration per solvent molecule is used to explain the variations. The band intensity is dependent on the cationic species in contrast to previous studies. There has been a large number of spectroscopic studies devoted to electrolyte solutions and the interactions between water and the dissolved. In the main these have examined either the fundamentals and overtones of molecular vibrations of the water molecules or the molecular vibrations of polyatomic dissolved species. This communication supplements the small number of papers concerning spectra associated with librational and hydrogen bonding motions of water molecules. The spectra between 1400 cm-1 and 300 cm- were run on either a Perkin Elmer 457 or Perkin Elmer 225 spectrophotometer using a demountable cel with KRS 5 windows. A teflon spacer of ≈ 7μ was used and the cell was fitted with Luer ports for filling.
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