Spectroscopic measurement of the acid dissociation constant of 2- naphthol and the second dissociation constant of carbonic acid at elevated temperatures

Sungnam Park, Hyeongnam Kim, Keon Kim, JeongAe Lee, Dong seok Lho

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2-Naphthol can be used to measure the pH of aqueous solutions if the acid dissociation constant for 2-naphthol is known at a given temperature. The temperature dependence of the acid dissociation constant for 2-naphthol was spectroscopically determined in borate buffer solutions under vapor- saturated pressure up to 200 °C. The result was pK(i) = -34.97 + 2947/T + 6.086 ln(T) where T is in Kelvin. The pH of carbonate buffer solutions was measured by obtaining the UV-visible spectra of 2-naphthol and utilized to determine the second dissociation constant of carbonic acid up to 175 °C under vapor-saturated pressure. The result was pK2 = 4201.48 229 200/T - 661.21 ln(T) + 0.647 53T + 13 1498 200/T2 where T is in Kelvin. By using the temperature dependence of the dissociation constant, the isocoulombic reaction was studied. The plot of -log K(isoc) against 1/T was approximately linear in the temperature range studied. The linearity can be used to predict the dissociation constant by the extrapolation of -log K(isoc) to higher temperatures.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1893-1898
Number of pages6
JournalPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Volume1
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1999 Apr 15

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Spectroscopic measurement of the acid dissociation constant of 2- naphthol and the second dissociation constant of carbonic acid at elevated temperatures. / Park, Sungnam; Kim, Hyeongnam; Kim, Keon; Lee, JeongAe; Lho, Dong seok.

In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 1, No. 8, 15.04.1999, p. 1893-1898.

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