Thermochemical Investigations of Solute Transfer into Ionic Solvents: Updated Abraham Model Equation Coefficients for Solute Activity Coefficient and Partition Coefficient Predictions

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Article on thermochemical investigations of solute transfer into ionic liquid solvents and updated Abraham model equation coefficients for solute activity coefficient and partition coefficient predictions.

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Stephens, Timothy W.; Chou, Vicky; Quay, Amanda N.; Shen, Connie; Dabadge, Nishu; Tian, Amy et al. February 25, 2014.

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Abstract: Experimental data have been compiled from the published chemical and engineering literature pertaining to the infinite dilution activity coefficients, gas solubilities and chromatographic retention factors for solutes dissolved in ionic liquid (IL) solvents. Chromatographic retention factors for 45 solutes on a 1-butyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium tricyanomethanide IL gas–liquid chromatographic stationary phase are included in the compilation. The published experimental data were converted to gas-to-IL and water-to-IL partition coefficients and correlated with the ion-specific equation coefficient version of the Abraham general solvation model. Ion-specific equation coefficients were calculated for 40 different cations and 16 different anions. The calculated ion-specific equation coefficients describe the experimental gas-to-IL and water-to-IL partition coefficient data to within 0.123 and 0.149 log units, respectively.

This is the author manuscript version of an article whose final and definitive form has been published in Physical and Chemistry of Liquids: An International Journal © 2014 Taylor & Francis; the final definitive article is available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00319104.2014.880114

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  • Physics and Chemistry of Liquids, 2014, New York: Taylor & Francis, pp. 488-518

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  • Publication Title: Physics and Chemistry of Liquids
  • Volume: 52
  • Issue: 4
  • Page Start: 488
  • Page End: 518
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Stephens, Timothy W.; Chou, Vicky; Quay, Amanda N.; Shen, Connie; Dabadge, Nishu; Tian, Amy et al. Thermochemical Investigations of Solute Transfer into Ionic Solvents: Updated Abraham Model Equation Coefficients for Solute Activity Coefficient and Partition Coefficient Predictions, article, February 25, 2014; [New York, New York]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc288008/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Arts and Sciences.