Weak complexes of sulphur and selenium: a thermodynamic view on solvent effects in mixed solvents

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Abstract

The effect of mixed solvent on complex stability is discussed from a thermodynamic standpoint. The variation in the free energy of formation for a complex species in different solvent mixtures is an indication of solvent-solute and solvent-solvent interactions. The complexity of the systems in mixed solvents makes entropy data difficult to interpret. Evidence is given on solvent-solvent interactions. © 1982.

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Wasif, S., & Salama, S. B. (1982). Weak complexes of sulphur and selenium: a thermodynamic view on solvent effects in mixed solvents. Journal of Molecular Structure, 80(C), 229–234. https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-2860(82)87238-4

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