Apparent Heat of Formation of HDO in Mixtures of H₂O and D₂O
The heats of solution of H2O and D2O in mixtures of H22O and D2O at 25°C have been measured. Results are interpreted in terms of the reaction to form HDO, assuming an ideal ternary solution. The possible contributions of nonideality to the standard heat of formation of HDO(l) are considered.
W. C. Duer and G. L. Bertrand, "Apparent Heat of Formation of HDO in Mixtures of H₂O and D₂O," Journal of Chemical Physics, American Institute of Physics (AIP), Jan 1970.
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