ISSN: 2375-3765
American Journal of Chemistry and Application  
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Interrelation of Thermodynamic Parameters and Structural Characteristics, with Halides of Groups 1 and 2 Elements as an Example
American Journal of Chemistry and Application
Vol.3 , No. 5, Publication Date: Aug. 27, 2016, Page: 28-32
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Authors
 
[1]    

Nina V. Molchan, Research and Production Center “Pharmzashchita” FMBA of Russia (RPC “Pharmzashchita”), Khimki, Russia.

[2]    

Valery I. Fertikov, All-Russia Institute of Light Alloys (JSC “VILS”), Moscow, Russia.

 
Abstract
 

The calculations of the concentration of electrons (Celektr mole/cm3) for simple substances and binary compounds on the basis of reference data on the density of matter in the condensed state are presented. A correlation dependence of the concentration of electrons with the thermodynamic characteristics of the halides of the elements 1 and 2 groups is revealed. The concentration of electron is proposed to use as a structural characteristic of the materials. The established relationship between the structural characteristics and thermodynamic parameters has allowed to theoretically calculate the thermodynamic parameters missing in contemporary references. The using of the coefficient of consolidation based the same reference data on the density of substances in the condensed state to compare the changes of molecular volumes during chemical processes.


Keywords
 

Concentration of Electrons, Density, Enthalpy, Entropy, Gibbs Energy, Halides, Structure


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