International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2014)
A study of transport phenomenon of electrolytic solutions across AcroshieldTM composite cellophane membrane
Author(s): Anjali Anand 1 and Meena Sharma
Abstract: Studies of the hydrodynamic flow of aqueous solutions of sodium bromide, barium sulphate and inositol across the AcroshieldTM composite cellophane membrane are described in terms of hydrodynamic permeability values. The permeability values are interpreted in terms of a pseudo-activation process. The enthalpy of activation (DH*), entropy of activation (DS*), Free energy of activation (DG*) have been estimated from Eyring’s rate equation. The negative values of ΔS* suggest that the flow of solutions through the membranes is more ordered which may be attributed to the greater membrane-solution interaction.
Pages: 58-63 | 1253 Views 9 Downloads
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Anjali Anand 1, Meena Sharma. A study of transport phenomenon of electrolytic solutions across AcroshieldTM composite cellophane membrane. Int J Chem Stud 2014;2(1):58-63.