Heat Capacity Of Aqueous Iron Dichloride From 349 To 597 K
Journal Of Chemical And Engineering Data
A differential, flow, heat-capaclty calorimeter has been used to measure the heat capaclty of FeCl₂(aq) at molailties from 0.06 to 3.5 mol kg⁻¹ and temperatures from 350 to 600 K at a pressure near 17.9 MPa. The results do not show the large negatlive values of C(p,φ) characteristic of strong electrolytes at high temperatures and low molalities, indicating that FeCl₂(aq) llke NICI₂(aq) Is mainly undissociated at high temperatures and molalities above 0.06 mol kg⁻¹. A sharp maximum in C(p,φ) versus temperature may be due to the effects of assoclatlon equilibria.
R. H. Wood, D. E. White, W. E. Davis, and Peter T. Thompson.
"Heat Capacity Of Aqueous Iron Dichloride From 349 To 597 K".
Journal Of Chemical And Engineering Data.