Flashcards in Chapter 7 Deck (6)
The value that replaces concentration in a thermodynamically correct equilibrium expression. [X]Activity coefficient
The number by which the concentration must be multiplied to give activity.
A statement that the sum of all positive charge in solution equals the magnitude of the sum of all negative charge in solution.
extended Debye-Huckel equation
Gives the activity coefficient as a function of ionic strength.
The region of solution around an ion or a charged particle. It contains an excess of oppositely charged ions.