Capabilities of Anion and Cation on Hydrogen-bond Transition from the Mode of Ordinary Water to (Mg, Ca, Sr)(Cl, Br)2 Hydration

23 October 2018, Version 1
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Charge injection in terms of divalent cations and halide anions on the O:H-O network and properties with discrimination of the solute capabilities on transition O:H-O bonds from the mode of ordinary water of hydrating in terms of fraction number and stiffness.


divalent salt solutions
hydrogen bonds


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