Liquid-Liquid InterfacesTheory and Methods
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Table of Contents
Equilibrium Electric Potential Between Two Immiscible Electrolyte Solutions. Distribution Potential. Polarizability of the Liquid-Liquid Interface. Nonpolarized ITIES and Reference Potentials in Organic Phases. Free Energy of Coupling of Ion Transfer and Electron Transfer. Conclusions. References.
Volta and Surface Potentials at Liquid/Liquid Interfaces. Introduction. Electrified Liquid-Liquid Interfaces and Their Electrical Potentials. Volta Potential and Voltaic Cells. Voltaic Cells with Water/Nonpolar Liquid Interfaces. Voltaic Cells with Immiscible Electrolyte Solution Interface. Experimental Methods of Investigation of Voltaic Cells. Final Remarks. References.
Ion Solvation. The Relevant Properties of Ions. The Relevant Properties of Solvents. Quantities Describing Ionic Hydration. Transfer of Ions into Non-Aqueous Solvents. Preferential Ion Solvation in Mixed Solvents. References.
Adsorption Isotherms and the Structure of Oil/Water Interface. Introduction. Surface Solution Model. Analysis of the Generalized Frumkin Isotherm. Classical Isotherms as a Special Case of the Generalized Adsorption Isotherm. Adsorption Isotherm and the Structure of Interphase. Conclusion. References.
The Electrical Double Layer at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces. Introduction. Models of Electrolytes and Double Layers. Simulations of Solvents and Interfaces. Experimental Methods. Conclusions. References.
Second Harmonic Generation at Liquid/Liquid Interfaces. Introduction. Historical Overview. Theory. Experimental Apparatus. Surface SH Origin From Neat Liquid-Liquid Interfaces. Molecular Orientation at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces. Interfacial Chemical Equilibrium. Dynamics at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces. Surface Sum-Frequency Generation. Conclusion. References.
Quantum Theory of Charge Transfer. Physical Mechanism of Charge Transfer and the Role of Polar Medium. Outer-Sphere Solvent Reorganization Energy. Electron Transfer at the Interface and Specific Forms of the Solvent Reorga
Volkov, Alexander G.; Deamer, David W.