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7) and (21), it also follows that fJHT = -fJHpo fJHpo = -fJHvo (23) + fJHy (24) These considerations should be taken into account when one attempts to compare heats of mixing reported by various authors as given in Table III. So-called "entropies of mixing" reported by various authors are even more complicated. For example, the entropy defined from the plot of In Kp versus liT has the significance of (25) where fJS T is defined in Eq. (10). Entropy changes due to the pressure effect on the liquid have been neglected.
Advances in Molten Salt Chemistry: Volume 2 by John E. Lind Jr. (auth.), J. Braunstein, Gleb Mamantov, G. P. Smith (eds.)