Definition of Heat of solution
1. Noun. The heat evolved or absorbed when one mole of a substance is dissolved in a large volume of a solvent.
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Literary usage of Heat of solution
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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1914)
"TABLE V.—MOLECULAR heat of solution. Molecular heat No. crystals. ... In the relation of the heat of solution to the temperature coefficient of solubility, ..."
2. Theoretical Chemistry from the Standpoint of Avogadro's Rule & Thermodynamics by Walther Nernst (1904)
"The general rules for the solution-heat of the different states of aggregation as just given therefore mean that, as a rule, the heat of solution in the ..."
3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1904)
"The heat of solution in excess of water is usually not a large quantity. The molecular heat of formation of solid potassium chloride is, for instance, ..."
4. The Principles of Inorganic Chemistry by Wilhelm Ostwald (1904)
"Relation between Solubility and Heat of Solution.— The question, on what does the influence of temperature on the ^lability depend, or better, ..."
5. Outlines of Theoretical Chemistry by Frederick Hutton Getman (1922)
"The heat of solution of hydrated salts is less than the heat of solution of the ... While there is a definite heat of solution for a particular solute in a ..."
6. An Advanced Course of Instruction in Chemical Principles by Arthur Amos Noyes, Miles Standish Sherrill (1922)
"The heat of solution at 20° in a large quantity of chloroform of 1 at. wt. ... Find its heat of solution in HCl.5Aq, a, by applying the law of initial and ..."
7. Outlines of Theoretical Chemistry by Frederick Hutton Getman (1918)
"For example, the heat of solution of 1 mol of anhydrous ... While there is a definite heat of solution for a particular solute in a particular solvent, ..."