Integral Enthalpy of Solution

The heat absorbed or released when a solute is dissolved in a definite amount of solvent.

The heat of solution depends on the nature of the solute and on its concentration in the final solution. The integral heat of solution when one mole of solute is added to an infinite amount of solvent is sometimes written as H, soln.


See also: Heat of Solution.

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Subjects: Thermodynamics