Diffusion of Sulfuric-Acid in Concentrated-Solutions
The restricted diffusion method was used to measure the differential diffusion coefficient of sulfuric acid in water at 25-degrees-C for the concentration range from 0.3 to 7.5 molar. The concentration gradients of diffusing species were observed by Rayleigh interferometry. Experimental transport data are analyzed with concentrated solution theory of electrolytes in order to elucidate macroscopic transport characteristics of sulfuric acid in terms of specific binary interactions in solution. Results indicate that the transport properties of sulfuric acid are determined by the hydrogen ion-water molecule interaction
Umino, S., & Newman, J. (1993). Diffusion of Sulfuric-Acid in Concentrated-Solutions. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 140(8), 2217-2221.