nonelectrolyte


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nonelectrolyte

(ˌnɒnɪˈlɛktrəˌlaɪt)
n
a substance that does not easily ionize in a solution, and thus conducts electricity poorly
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The Semi-ideal Solution Theory for Applications to the Densities and Electrical Conductivities of Mixed Electrolyte and Nonelectrolyte Solutions", Journal of Solution Chemistry, 39: 1597-1608.
Thermodynamics of Nonelectrolyte Solutions--x-y-t-Relationships in a Binary System.
explains the mathematics involved, then covers the first through third laws of thermodynamics, enthalpy, heat capacity, applications of the first law to gases, equilibrium and spontaneity for systems of constant temperature, the Gibbs function and the Planck function, the thermodynamics of systems of variable composition, applications of the Gibbs function to chemical changes, the phase rule, the ideal solution, determination of nonelectrolyte activities and excess Gibbs functions from experimental data, calculation of partial molar quantities and excess molar quantities from experimental data, strong electrolytes, changes for Gibbs function for processes in solutions, systems subject to a gravitational or a centrifugal field and estimation of thermodynamic quantities.
A1) The system is a binary nonelectrolyte system of components 1 and 2 that are completely miscible in the liquid phase.
As a general rule of thumb, monopolar systems using nonelectrolyte solutions must be stopped earlier to avoid hypona-tremia.