Posts Tagged ‘Inorganic solvents’

Autoionization of hydrogen fluoride.

Sunday, April 24th, 2016
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The autoionization of water involves two molecules transfering a proton to give hydronium hydroxide, a process for which the free energy of reaction is well known. Here I ask what might happen with the next element along in the periodic table, F.

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Oxane oxide: a tautomer of hydrogen peroxide.

Friday, April 15th, 2016
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If H3N+-O is viable compared with its tautomer H2N-OH when carrying water bridges, then why not try H2O+-O vs HO-OH?

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