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Hence the plot of In Ny versus 1jT should yield a curve having a slope equal to LlHTjR, where LlHT is the total enthalpy obtained by this method, given as (7) LlHT also represents the enthalpy change during removal of 1 g-mole of dissolved gas from the solution. s. 32 N. Flengas and A. JHT . In the case of reactive gases the enthalpies of mixing are in general exothermic. JSy is the partial molar entropy of mixing of liquefied gas. If reaction (2) is conducted with the gas at P atmospheres, then the expression for the total entropy becomes (10) In general exothermic heats and negative partial molar excess entropies of solution indicate that the solution process involves strong interactions between Y and the ions in the melt.
JHT . In the case of reactive gases the enthalpies of mixing are in general exothermic. JSy is the partial molar entropy of mixing of liquefied gas. If reaction (2) is conducted with the gas at P atmospheres, then the expression for the total entropy becomes (10) In general exothermic heats and negative partial molar excess entropies of solution indicate that the solution process involves strong interactions between Y and the ions in the melt. (38,39) For gaseous systems which liquefy at low temperatures and under high pressures the foregoing choice of standard states is no longer practical as it involves long extrapolations in the calculation of the enthalpies and entropies of vaporization.
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