The frequency-dependent conductivity of a saturated solution of ZnBr[sub2] in water: A molecular

Loffler, Gerald; Schreiber, Hellfried; Steinhauser, Othmar
August 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;8/22/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p3135
Academic Journal
Discusses the calculation of frequency-dependent dielectric properties of ionic solutions from computer simulations. Conductivity and dielectric constant; Contributions to frequency-dependent conductivity of a saturated solution; Separate relaxation channels in the frequency-dependent conductivity; Very low value for the static conductivity.


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