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Volume 96, 2017III International Symposium “Fundamental Aspects of Rare-Earth Elements Exploration, Mining and Separation and Modern Materials Engineering” (REE-2016)
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|Published online||19 January 2017|
Excitation Frequencies of the Effects of Selective Drift of Solvated Cations in Moving Salts Solution
1 National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, Russian Federation
2 Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
3 National Research Tomsk state University, Tomsk, Russian Federation
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Interaction of external electric field with free and bound charges in the salt solution volume in polar dielectric fluid was considered and the equation describing ion oscillations relative to solvent molecules was obtained. Fundamental frequencies of the solvation shell relative to the ion in different approximations describing the system: ion - solvation shell were evaluated. The results of comparison with the experiment pointed out that the model, in which the solvated ion is considered as a spherical rotator formed by the solvent molecules layer bordering with the external solvation shell, is the most appropriate. It provides an opportunity of development of new technologies for extraction of rare earth elements.
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