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Equilibrium constants of triethanolamine in major seawater salts
Acid–base equilibrium constants of triethanolamine (TEA) have been determined by potentiometric titrations with a glass electrode, at 25 °C. Ionic strength was kept constant with only one electrolyte (using one of these ...
The salting coefficient and size of alkylamines in saline media at different temperatures: estimation from Pitzer equations and the mean spherical approximation
The renewed theoretical interest in the proton transfer associated to the amino group together with the scarcity of acid-base studies of amines in moderate to concentrated saline media focussed our attention on the study ...
Effect of ionic strength on the formal potential of the glass electrode in various saline media
We examined the variation with ionic strength (I, adjusted with KCl, KNO3, KBr, NaCl or NaClO4) of the formal potential (Econst) for glass electrodes exhibiting a Nernstian response (i.e. Ecell=Econst−s log [H+]). For this ...