The temperature curves of the ultimate high-frequency electroconductivity of water and acetonitrile were analyzed. The temperature curves of specific electroconductivity of aqueous 0.1 M sodium chloride solution and acetonitrile 0.1 M 1-butyl-3-methylimidazol trifluoromethane sulfonate were compared. The electroconductivity activation energy of solutions was found coinciding with the ultimate high-frequency electroconductivity activation energy of solvents within the experimental error. The specific electroconductivity of solutions was shown to increase at higher temperature in direct proportion to the ultimate high-frequency electroconductivity of solvents.
- Acetonitrile 1-butyl-3-methylimidazol trifluoromethane sulfonate solution
- Aqueous sodium chloride solution
- Dielectric solvent characteristics
- Specific electroconductivity
- Ultimate high-frequency electroconductivity
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