Liquid mixtures are of widespread use in many areas of chemistry, e.g. as solvents in chemical synthesis or separation sciences. In this talk I will present two examples of combined experimental and computational studies of binary mixtures. In the first, we use a combined experimental and modelling approach to study the structural organization of N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone + water mixtures. In the second one, I will present a combined NMR-MD approach aimed at understanding the solvation of the [PtCl6
anion in Water–Methanol and Water–Dimethoxyethane Binary Mixtures, and in particular why the 195
Pt NMR varies with the organic component fraction in a very different way depending on the organic solvent used in the binary mixture.
Organizuoja: MDFS (FTMC) ir Cheminės fizikos institutas (FF, VU).
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