Condensed Phase Isotope Effects Isotope Effects in Non-ideal Gases [Pg.139]

Condensed Phase Isotope Effects. The chromatographic results discussed later in the paper will be interpreted with the use of the statistical theory of isotope effects in condensed systems attributed to Bigeleisen (6). With the application of a cell model to the condensed phase and the assumption of harmonic frequencies for all 3N modes the theory leads to [Pg.100]

Jancso, G. and Van Hook, W. A. Condensed phase isotope effects (especially vapor pressure isotope effects). Chem. Rev. 74, 689 (1974). [Pg.180]

Abstract Isotope effects on the PVT properties of non-ideal gases and isotope effects on condensed phase physical properties such as vapor pressure, molar volume, heats of vaporization or solution, solubility, etc., are treated in some thermodynamic detail. Both pure component and mixture properties are considered. Numerous examples of condensed phase isotope effects are employed to illustrate theoretical and practical points of interest. [Pg.139]

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