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Molecular Dynamics Study of Ions in Water

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Author(s)

Raymond D. Mountain

Abstract

The results of a molecular dynamics simulation study of the structure of the solvation shell about sodium, chlorine, and strontium ions in water are reported for ambient conditions and for three densities on the supercritical, T = 673 K isotherm. The degree of ion association is also examined.
Proceedings Title
International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam; Steam, Water and Hydrothermal Systems Physics and Chemistry Meeting the Needs of Industry | 13th | | NRC Research Press
Conference Dates
September 12-16, 1999
Conference Location
Toronto, CA
Conference Title
International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam

Keywords

aqueous salt solutions, critical locus, critical temperatures, sodium chloride solutions

Citation

Mountain, R. (2000), Molecular Dynamics Study of Ions in Water, International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam; Steam, Water and Hydrothermal Systems Physics and Chemistry Meeting the Needs of Industry | 13th | | NRC Research Press, Toronto, CA (Accessed April 15, 2024)
Created September 1, 2000, Updated February 17, 2017