Electroinduced Drift of Neutral Charge Clusters in Salt Solutions presents studies of the processes accompanying the effect of periodic electric and magnetic fields on salt solutions in polar dielectric liquids.
The authors explain phenomena from a physical point of view, without theoretical constructions and mathematical calculations. This is done in order to make the book accessible to a wide audience and to help the reader navigate in a multilateral topic that is touched upon when studying processes that occur in liquid media under the external influence of an electromagnetic nature.
- Explores the phenomenon of selective drift of solvated ions in polar dielectric liquids
- Applies general principles of electricity and magnetism to describe experimental results
- Demonstrates how small perturbations of the equilibrium distribution determine not the corrections to the effects but the effects themselves
- Approaches nonequilibrium molecular physics as a science of physical and chemical processes
This book will be useful to specialists, engineers and graduate students, especially those recording and transmitting information in liquid media.
Table of Contents
The action of periodic electric and magnetic fields on an electrically insulated salt solution in polar electric fluids. Physics of the process of electro-and magnetically induced mass transfer in salt solutions. Self-consistent electric field in the volume of salt solution. Prospects for using the technology of selective oriented drift of cationic aqua complexes in technology of elemental enrichment.
M. A. Kazaryan, Professor, Lebedev Physical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, RU