COMPLEXATION AND TRANSPORT PROPERTIES IN BINARY GLASS-FORMING MOLTEN CHLORIDE SYSTEMS.

Anselmo Elias, Charles Angell

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Following a recent study of the contrasting effects of FeCl//4** minus versus CrCl//6**3** minus complex anion formation on the transport properties of solutions containing them, we report a study of the intermediate cases of MCl//4**2** minus complex formation (M equals Co**2**30 , Ni**2** plus , and Cd**2** plus ). In these cases an intermediate and unspectacular response is observed, and secondary factors intercede to produce an apparent contradiction between composition-dependent behavior close to, and far from, the glass transition. The contradictions are resolved by recognizing that, in these intermediate cases, the predominant effect of complexation is to produce a decrease in liquid 'fragility'.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1-5
Number of pages5
JournalJournal of Chemical and Engineering Data
Volume33
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 1988
Externally publishedYes

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Complexation
Transport properties
Anions
Molten materials
Chlorides
Glass transition
Negative ions
Glass
Liquids
Chemical analysis

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COMPLEXATION AND TRANSPORT PROPERTIES IN BINARY GLASS-FORMING MOLTEN CHLORIDE SYSTEMS. / Elias, Anselmo; Angell, Charles.

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