By Jean-Louis Burgot (auth.)
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For diluted aqueous solutions, the molality value of a solution is close to that of its molarity. The more diluted the solution is, the closer both values are. 906 mol/L)25◦ C. The numerical values are close despite the fact that the solution is not very diluted in the analytical meaning. 3 Molar Fraction The molar fraction is the ratio of the mole number of the solute and the overall number of the whole solution. Its symbol is x. It is a dimensionless number. Let us consider a binary solution.
After Eq. 7), it is the partial derivative of the system free enthalpy with respect to ξ at constant pressure and temperature. We must not confuse the free enthalpy change Gsyst accompanying a chemical reaction and the molar reaction Gibbs function change r G. They do not have the same mathematical status. The former change is a difference, the latter a partial derivative. They no longer have the same physical status. The former is an extensive quantity, the latter an intensive one. 2 3 Pierre Duhem: French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher (1861–1916).
The formed Zn2+ ions at the surface of the electrode go into the solution to give the hydrated Zn2+ w ions. Thus, they contribute to the ionic current. The electrons liberated simultaneously (at the same electrode) go into the electric conductor, where they circulate toward the copper strip. At the surface of the copper electrode, the cupric Cu2+ w ions capture these electrons brought by the metallic conductor. They also contribute, as do the Zn2+ and SO4 2− ions, to the ionic current. The full circuitry is then ensured.