Publications

Selected Refereed Journal Articles

(1)  Arcis, H.; Ferguson, J. P.; Zimmerman, G. H.; Tremaine, P. R. The limiting conductivity of the borate ion and its ion-pair formation constants with sodium and potassium under hydrothermal conditions. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2016, In press.
(2)  Quinlan, S.; Chvedov, D.; Trevani, L. N.; Tremaine, P. R. Thermodynamics of the Sodium-Iron-Phosphate-Water System Under Hydrothermal Conditions: The Gibbs Energy of Formation of Sodium Iron(III) Hydroxy Phosphate, Na3Fe(PO4)(2)center dot(Na4/3H2/3O), from Solubility Measurements in Equilibrium with Hematite at 498-598 K. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2015, 44, 1121-1140.
(3)  Plumridge, J.; Arcis, H.; Tremaine, P. R. Limiting Conductivities of Univalent Cations and the Chloride Ion in H2O and D2O Under Hydrothermal Conditions. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2015, 44, 1062-1089.
(4)  Mora-Diez, N.; Egorova, Y.; Plommer, H.; Tremaine, P. R. Theoretical study of deuterium isotope effects on acid-base equilibria under ambient and hydrothermal conditions. Rsc Advances 2015, 5, 9097-9109.
(5)  Coulier, Y.; Tremaine, P. R. Standard partial molar heat capacities and enthalpies of formation of aqueous aluminate under hydrothermal conditions from integral heat of solution measurements. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 2014, 78, 79-92.
(6)  Arcis, H.; Zimmerman, G. H.; Tremaine, P. R. Ion-pair formation in aqueous strontium chloride and strontium hydroxide solutions under hydrothermal conditions by AC conductivity measurements. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2014, 16, 17688-17704.
(7)  Applegarth, L. M. S. G. A.; Corbeil, C. R.; Mercer, D. J. W.; Pye, C. C.; Tremaine, P. R. Raman and ab Initio Investigation of Aqueous Cu(I) Chloride Complexes from 25 to 80 degrees C. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2014, 118, 204-214.
(8)  Tremaine, P.; Arcis, H. Solution Calorimetry Under Hydrothermal Conditions. In Thermodynamics of Geothermal Fluids; Stefansson, A., Driesner, T., Benezeth, P., Eds., 2013; Vol. 76; pp 219-263.
(9)  Zimmerman, G. H.; Arcis, H.; Tremaine, P. R. Limiting Conductivities and Ion Association in Aqueous NaCF3SO3 and Sr(CF3SO3)(2) from (298 to 623) K at 20 MPa. Is Triflate a Non-Complexing Anion in High-Temperature Water? Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 2012, 57, 3180-3197.
(10)  Zimmerman, G. H.; Arcis, H.; Tremaine, P. R. Limiting Conductivities and Ion Association Constants of Aqueous NaCl under Hydrothermal Conditions: Experimental Data and Correlations. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 2012, 57, 2415-2429.
(11)  Guzonas, D.; Brosseau, F.; Tremaine, P.; Meesungnoen, J.; Jay-Gerin, J. P. WATER CHEMISTRY IN A SUPERCRITICAL WATER-COOLED PRESSURE TUBE REACTOR. Nuclear Technology 2012, 179, 205-219.
(12)  Balodis, E.; Madekufamba, M.; Trevani, L. N.; Tremaine, P. R. Ionization constants and thermal stabilities of uracil and adenine under hydrothermal conditions as measured by in situ UV-visible spectroscopy. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 2012, 93, 182-204.
(13)  Erickson, K. M.; Arcis, H.; Raffa, D.; Zimmerman, G. H.; Tremaine, P. R. Deuterium Isotope Effects on the Ionization Constant of Acetic Acid in H2O and D2O by AC Conductance from 368 to 548 K at 20 MPa. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2011, 115, 3038-3051.
(14)  Madekufamba, M.; Tremaine, P. Ion association in aqueous MgSO4 and NiSO4 from 25 to 275 degrees C at 19 MPa by AC conductance and Raman spectroscopy. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 2010, 74, A654-A654.
(15)  Woolston, G. E.; Trevani, L. N.; Tremaine, P. R. Solubility of Ethyl Maltol in Aqueous Ethanol Mixtures. (vol 53, pg 1731, 2008). Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 2009, 54, 1172-1172.
(16)  Naterer, G.; Suppiah, S.; Lewis, M.; Gabriel, K.; Dincer, I.; Rosen, M. A.; Fowler, M.; Rizvi, G.; Easton, E. B.; Ikeda, B. M.; Kaye, M. H.; Lu, L.; Pioro, I.; Spekkens, P.; Tremaine, P.; Mostaghimi, J.; Avsec, J.; Jiang, J. Recent Canadian advances in nuclear-based hydrogen production and the thermochemical Cu-Cl cycle. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2009, 34, 2901-2917.
(17)  Bylina, I.; Trevani, L.; Mojumdar, S. C.; Tremaine, P.; Papangelakis, V. G. Measurement of reaction enthalpy during pressure oxidation of sulphide minerals. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 2009, 96, 117-124.
(18)  Bulemela, E.; Tremaine, P. R. D2O Isotope Effects on the Ionization of beta-Naphthol and Boric Acid at Temperatures from 225 to 300 degrees C using UV-Visible Spectroscopy. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2009, 38, 805-826.
(19)  Woolston, G. E.; Trevani, L. N.; Tremaine, P. R. Apparent molar volumes and standard partial molar volumes of aqueous sodium phosphate salts at elevated temperatures. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 2008, 53, 1728-1737.
(20)  Ehlerova, J.; Trevani, L.; Sedlbauer, J.; Tremaine, P. Spectrophotometric determination of the ionization constants of aqueous nitrophenols at temperatures up to 225 degrees C. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2008, 37, 857-874.
(21)  Bulemela, E.; Tremaine, P. R. Standard partial molar volumes of some aqueous alkanolamines and alkoxyamines at temperatures up to 325 degrees C: Functional group additivity in polar organic solutes under hydrothermal conditions. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2008, 112, 5626-5645.
(22)  Balodis, E.; Trevani, L. N.; Tremaine, P. R. Ionization constants and thermal decomposition kinetics of uracil and adenine under hydrothermal conditions by UV-visible spectroscopy. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 2008, 72, A50-A50.
(23)  Trevani, L. N.; Balodis, E. C.; Tremaine, P. R. Apparent and standard partial molar volumes of NaCl, NaOH, and HCl in water and heavy water at T=523 K and 573 K at p=14 MPa. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2007, 111, 2015-2024.
(24)  Bulemela, E.; Tremaine, P. R. Standard partial molar volumes of aqueous 2-and 3-hydroxypropionic acid from 100 to 325 degrees C: Functional group additivity in isomers with closely spaced polar groups. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2007, 36, 1525-1546.
(25)  Malevich, D.; Wang, Z.; Tremaine, P. R. Thermodynamics of aqueous nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA) systems: Apparent and partial molar heat capacities and volumes of aqueous HNTA(2-), NTA(3-), MgNTA(-), CoNTA(-), NiNTA(-) and CuNTA(-) at 25 degrees C. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2006, 35, 1303-1313.
(26)  Madekufamba, M.; Trevani, L. N.; Tremaine, P. R. Standard enthalpy of formation of aqueous titanyl chloride, TiOCl2(aq), at T=298.15 K. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 2006, 38, 1563-1567.
(27)  Hawrylak, B.; Palepu, R.; Tremaine, P. R. Thermodynamics of aqueous methyldiethanolamine (MDEA) and methyldiethanolammonium chloride (MDEAH(+)Cl(-)) over a wide range of temperature and pressure: Apparent molar volumes, heat capacities, and isothermal compressibilities. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 2006, 38, 988-1007.
(28)  Bulemela, E.; Tremaine, P.; Ikawa, S.-i. Volumetric behavior of water-methanol mixtures in the vicinity of the critical region. Fluid Phase Equilibria 2006, 245, 125-133.
(29)  Clarke, R. G. F.; Collins, C. M.; Roberts, J. C.; Trevani, L. N.; Bartholomew, R. J.; Tremaine, P. R. Ionization constants of aqueous amino acids at temperatures up to 250 degrees C using hydrothermal pH indicators and UV-visible spectroscopy: Glycine, alpha-alanine, and proline. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 2005, 69, 3029-3043.
(30)  Bulemela, E.; Trevani, L.; Tremaine, P. R. Ionization constants of aqueous glycolic acid at temperatures up to 250 degrees C using hydrothermal pH indicators and UV-visible spectroscopy. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2005, 34, 769-788.
(31)  Bulemela, E.; Tremaine, P. R. Standard partial molar volumes of aqueous glycolic acid and tartaric acid from 25 to 350 degrees C: Evidence of a negative Krichevskii parameter for a neutral organic solute. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2005, 109, 20539-20545.
(32)  Xie, W.; Trevani, L.; Tremaine, P. R. Apparent and standard partial molar heat capacities and volumes of aqueous tartaric acid and its sodium salts at elevated temperature and pressure. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 2004, 36, 127-140.
(33)  Zhang, K.; Hawrylak, B.; Palepu, R.; Tremaine, P. R. Thermodynamics of aqueous amines: excess molar heat capacities, volumes, and expansibilities of {water plus methyldiethanolamine (MDEA)} and {water+2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol (AMP)}. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 2002, 34, 679-710.
(34)  Xiao, C. B.; Pham, T.; Xie, W.; Tremaine, P. R. Apparent molar volumes and heat capacities of aqueous trifluoromethanesulfonic acid and its sodium salt from 283 to 328 K. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2001, 30, 201-211.
(35)  Trevani, L. N.; Roberts, J. C.; Tremaine, P. R. Copper(II)-ammonia complexation equilibria in aqueous solutions at temperatures from 30 to 250 degrees C by visible spectroscopy. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2001, 30, 585-622.
(36)  Mizyed, S.; Tremaine, P. R.; Georghiou, P. E. Partial molar volume study of the complexes of calix 4 naphthalenes with 60 fullerene in different solvents. Journal of the Chemical Society-Perkin Transactions 2 2001, 3-6.
(37)  Xie, W.; Tremaine, P. R. Apparent and partial molar heat capacities and volumes of aqueous adipic acid, L-tartaric acid, and their sodium salts at T=298.15 K. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 2000, 32, 1513-1523.
(38)  Shvedov, D.; Tremaine, P. R. The solubility of sodium sulfate and the reduction of aqueous sulfate by magnetite under near-critical conditions. Journal of Solution Chemistry 2000, 29, 889-904.
(39)  Collins, C.; Tobin, J.; Shvedov, D.; Palepu, R.; Tremaine, P. R. Thermodynamic properties of aqueous diethanolamine (DEA), N,N-dimethylethanolamine (DMEA), and their chloride salts: apparent molar heat capacities and volumes at temperatures from 283.15 to 328.15 K. Canadian Journal of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne De Chimie 2000, 78, 151-165.
(40)  Clarke, R. G.; Hnedkovsky, L.; Tremaine, P. R.; Majer, V. Amino acids under hydrothermal conditions: Apparent molar heat capacities of aqueous alpha-alanine, beta-alanine, glycine, and proline at temperatures from 298 to 500 K and pressures up to 30.0 MPa. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2000, 104, 11781-11793.
(41)  Xie, W. W.; Tremaine, P. R. Thermodynamics of aqueous diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid (DTPA) systems: Apparent and partial molar heat capacities and volumes of aqueous H(2)DTPA(3-), DTPA(5-), CuDTPA(3-), and Cu(2)DTPA(-) from 10 to 55 degrees C. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1999, 28, 291-325.
(42)  Xiao, C. B.; Simonson, J. M.; Tremaine, P. R. Densities and apparent molar volumes of Gd(CF3SO3)(3)(aq) at T = (373, 423, and 472) K and p = (7 and 26) MPa. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1999, 31, 1055-1065.
(43)  Tremaine, P. R.; Xiao, C. B. Enthalpies of formation and heat capacity functions for maricite, NaFePO4(cr), and sodium iron(III) hydroxy phosphate, Na3Fe(PO4)(2) center dot (Na4/3H2/3O) (cr). Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1999, 31, 1307-1320.
(44)  Rudolph, W. W.; Brooker, M. H.; Tremaine, P. R. Raman spectroscopy of aqueous ZnSO4 solutions under hydrothermal conditions: Solubility, hydrolysis, and sulfate ion pairing. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1999, 28, 621-630.
(45)  Rudolph, W. W.; Brooker, M. H.; Tremaine, P. Raman- and infrared spectroscopic investigation of aqueous ZnSO4 solutions from 8 degrees C to 165 degrees C: Inner- and outer-sphere complexes. Zeitschrift Fur Physikalische Chemie-International Journal of Research in Physical Chemistry & Chemical Physics 1999, 209, 181-207.
(46)  Clarke, R. G.; Tremaine, P. R. Amino acids under hydrothermal conditions: Apparent molar volumes of aqueous alpha-alanine, beta-alanine, and proline at temperatures from 298 to 523 K and pressures up to 20.0 MPa. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 1999, 103, 5131-5144.
(47)  Bridson, J. N.; Quinlan, S. E.; Tremaine, P. R. Synthesis and crystal structure of maricite and sodium iron(III) hydroxyphosphate. Chemistry of Materials 1998, 10, 763-768.
(48)  Xiao, C. B.; Tremaine, P. R. The thermodynamics of aqueous trivalent rare earth elements. Apparent molar heat capacities and volumes of Nd(ClO4)(3)(aq), Eu(ClO4)(3)(aq), Er(ClO4)(3)(aq), and Yb(ClO4)(3)(aq) from the temperatures 283 K to 328 K. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1997, 29, 827-852.
(49)  Xiao, C. B.; Tremaine, P. R. Apparent molar volumes of aqueous sodium trifluoromethanesulfonate and trifluoromethanesulfonic acid from 283 K to 600 K and pressures up to 20 MPa. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1997, 26, 277-294.
(50)  Xiao, C. B.; Bianchi, H.; Tremaine, P. R. Excess molar volumes and densities of (methanol plus water) at temperatures between 323 K and 573 K and pressures of 7.0 MPa and 13.5 MPa. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1997, 29, 261-286.
(51)  Tremaine, P. R.; Shvedov, D.; Xiao, C. B. Thermodynamic properties of aqueous morpholine and morpholinium chloride at temperatures from 10 to 300 degrees C: Apparent molar volumes, heat capacities, and temperature dependence of ionization. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 1997, 101, 409-419.
(52)  Shvedov, D.; Tremaine, P. R. Thermodynamic properties of aqueous dimethylamine and dimethylammonium chloride at temperatures from 283 K to 523 K: Apparent molar volumes, heat capacities, and temperature dependence of ionization. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1997, 26, 1113-1143.
(53)  Rudolph, W.; Brooker, M. H.; Tremaine, P. R. Raman spectroscopic investigation of aqueous FeSO4 in neutral and acidic solutions from 25 degrees C to 303 degrees C: Inner- and outer-sphere complexes. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1997, 26, 757-777.
(54)  Zhao, J. P.; Tremaine, P. R. Excess molar enthalpies of (carbon dioxide plus ethylene glycol dimethyl ether or 2-methoxyethyl ether) at the temperatures 298.15 K and 308.15 K and pressures from 7.5 MPa to 12.5 MPa. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1996, 28, 577-587.
(55)  Xiao, C. B.; Tremaine, P. R.; Simonson, J. M. Apparent molar volumes of La(CF3SO3)(3)(aq) and Gd(CF3SO3)3(aq) at 278 K, 298 K, and 318 K at pressures to 30.0 MPa. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 1996, 41, 1075-1078.
(56)  Xiao, C. B.; Tremaine, P. R. Apparent molar heat capacities and volumes of LaCl3(aq), La(ClO4)(3)(aq), and Gd(ClO4)(3)(aq) between the temperatures 283 K and 338 K. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1996, 28, 43-66.
(57)  Hauser, R. A.; Zhao, J. P.; Tremaine, P. R.; Mather, A. E. Excess molar enthalpies of six (carbon dioxide plus a polar solvent) mixtures at the temperatures 298.15 K and 308.15 K and pressures from 7.5 MPa to 12.6 MPa. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1996, 28, 1303-1317.
(58)  Zhao, J. P.; Tremaine, P. R. EXCESS-ENTHALPIES OF (CARBON-DIOXIDE PLUS PROPYLENE CARBONATE OR N-METHYL-EPSILON-CAPROLACTAM OR 1-FORMYL PIPERIDINE) AT THE TEMPERATURES 298.15 K AND 308.15 K AND PRESSURES FROM 7.5 MPA TO 12.5 MPA. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1995, 27, 1169-1185.
(59)  Bianchi, H.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF AQUEOUS PHOSPHATE SOLUTIONS – APPARENT MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF THE SODIUM AND TETRAMETHYLAMMONIUM SALTS AT 25-DEGREES-C. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1995, 24, 439-463.
(60)  Pan, P. J.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF AQUEOUS ZINC – STANDARD PARTIAL MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF ZN2+ (AQ) FROM 10 TO 55-DEGREES-C. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 1994, 58, 4867-4874.
(61)  Brooker, M. H.; Tremaine, P. R. RAMAN STUDIES OF HYDRATION OF HYDROXY COMPLEXES AND THE EFFECT ON STANDARD PARTIAL MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 1992, 56, 2573-2577.
(62)  Hovey, J. K.; Nguyentrung, C.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF AQUEOUS URANYL-ION – APPARENT AND PARTIAL MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF AQUEOUS URANYL PERCHLORATE FROM 10-DEGREES-C TO 55-DEGREES-C. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 1989, 53, 1503-1509.
(63)  Nguyentrung, C.; Hovey, J. K.; Tremaine, P. R. EXPERIMENTAL-DETERMINATION OF APPARENT AND PARTIAL MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF URANYL IONS IN UO2(CLO4)2,UO2(NO3)2, UO2CL2 AND UO2SO4 SOLUTIONS FROM 10-DEGREES C TO 55-DEGREES-C. Chemical Geology 1988, 70, 190-190.
(64)  Hovey, J. K.; Hepler, L. G.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF AQUEOUS EDTA SYSTEMS – APPARENT AND PARTIAL MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF AQUEOUS EDTA4-, HEDTA3-, H2EDTA2-, NAEDTA3-, AND KEDTA3- AT 25-DEGREES-C – RELAXATION EFFECTS IN MIXED AQUEOUS-ELECTROLYTE SOLUTIONS AND CALCULATIONS OF TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT EQUILIBRIUM-CONSTANTS. Canadian Journal of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne De Chimie 1988, 66, 881-896.
(65)  Hovey, J. K.; Hepler, L. G.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF AQUEOUS ALUMINATE ION – STANDARD PARTIAL MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF AL(OH)4-(AQ) FROM 10-DEGREES-C TO 55-DEGREES-C. Journal of Physical Chemistry 1988, 92, 1323-1332.
(66)  Hovey, J. K.; Hepler, L. G.; Tremaine, P. R. APPARENT MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF AQUEOUS HCLO4, HNO3, (CH3)4NOH AND K2SO4 AT 298.15-K. Thermochimica Acta 1988, 126, 245-253.
(67)  Hovey, J. K.; Hepler, L. G.; Tremaine, P. R. APPARENT MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND APPARENT MOLAR VOLUMES OF HG(CLO4)2(AQ) AND PB(CLO4)2(AQ) AT 298.15-K. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1988, 20, 595-602.
(68)  Tremaine, P. R.; Sway, K.; Barbero, J. A. THE APPARENT MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITY OF AQUEOUS HYDROCHLORIC-ACID FROM 10 TO 140-DEGREES-C. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1986, 15, 1-22.
(69)  Sway, K.; Hovey, J. K.; Tremaine, P. R. APPARENT MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF ALKYLBENZENESULFONATE SALTS IN WATER – SUBSTITUENT GROUP ADDITIVITY. Canadian Journal of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne De Chimie 1986, 64, 394-398.
(70)  Hovey, J. K.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF AQUEOUS ALUMINUM – STANDARD PARTIAL MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES OF AL-3+ FROM 10-DEGREES-C TO 55-DEGREES-C. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 1986, 50, 453-459.
(71)  Hovey, J. K.; Hepler, L. G.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF AQUEOUS EDTA SYSTEMS – APPARENT AND PARTIAL MOLAR HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF AQUEOUS STRONTIUM AND BARIUM EDTA. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1986, 15, 977-987.
(72)  Roberts, B. E.; Tremaine, P. R. VAPOR LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM CALCULATIONS FOR DILUTE AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS OF CO2, H2S, NH3 AND NAOH TO 300-DEGREES-C1. Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 1985, 63, 294-300.
(73)  Hovey, J. K.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF THE COMPLEXES OF AQUEOUS IRON(III), ALUMINUM, AND SEVERAL DIVALENT-CATIONS WITH EDTA – HEAT-CAPACITIES, VOLUMES, AND VARIATIONS IN STABILITY WITH TEMPERATURE. Journal of Physical Chemistry 1985, 89, 5541-5549.
(74)  Barbero, J. A.; Hepler, L. G.; McCurdy, K. G.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF AQUEOUS CARBON-DIOXIDE AND SULFUR-DIOXIDE – HEAT-CAPACITIES, VOLUMES, AND THE TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENCE OF IONIZATION. Canadian Journal of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne De Chimie 1983, 61, 2509-2519.
(75)  Tremaine, P. R.; Wikjord, A. G.; Leblanc, J. C. DETERMINATION OF LOW SPECIFIC SURFACE-AREAS OF MINERALS AND OXIDES BY GAS SOLID CHROMATOGRAPHY. Canadian Journal of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne De Chimie 1982, 60, 2859-2862.
(76)  Johnson, L. H.; Shoesmith, D. W.; Lunansky, G. E.; Bailey, M. G.; Tremaine, P. R. MECHANISMS OF LEACHING AND DISSOLUTION OF UO2 FUEL. Nuclear Technology 1982, 56, 238-253.
(77)  Barbero, J. A.; McCurdy, K. G.; Tremaine, P. R. APPARENT MOLAL HEAT-CAPACITIES AND VOLUMES OF AQUEOUS HYDROGEN-SULFIDE AND SODIUM HYDROGEN-SULFIDE NEAR 25-DEGREES-C – THE TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENCE OF H2S IONIZATION. Canadian Journal of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne De Chimie 1982, 60, 1872-1880.
(78)  Tremaine, P. R.; Sagert, N. H.; Wallace, G. J. INITIAL THERMOELECTRIC-POWER OF THE SILVER-SILVER CHLORIDE ELECTRODE FROM 30 TO 90-DEGREES-C – AN IONIC SCALE FOR CBARP-O OF AQUEOUS-ELECTROLYTES. Journal of Physical Chemistry 1981, 85, 1977-1983.
(79)  Tremaine, P. R.; Chen, J. D.; Wallace, G. J.; Boivin, W. A. SOLUBILITY OF URANIUM (IV) OXIDE IN ALKALINE AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS TO 300-DEGREES-C. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1981, 10, 221-230.
(80)  Tremaine, P. R.; Leblanc, J. C. The solubility of nickel oxide and hydrolysis of Ni2+ in water to 573K. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 1980, 12, 521-538.
(81)  Tremaine, P. R.; Leblanc, J. C. The solubility of magnetite and the hydrolysis and oxidation of Fe2+ in water to 300 deg C. Journal of Solution Chemistry 1980, 9, 415-442.
(82)  Oshea, S. F.; Tremaine, P. R. THERMODYNAMICS OF LIQUID AND SUPERCRITICAL WATER TO 900-DEGREES-C BY A MONTE-CARLO METHOD. Journal of Physical Chemistry 1980, 84, 3304-3306.
(83)  Lemire, R. J.; Tremaine, P. R. URANIUM AND PLUTONIUM EQUILIBRIA IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS TO 200-DEGREES-C. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 1980, 25, 361-370.
(84)  Taylor, P.; Tremaine, P. R.; Bailey, M. G. SODIUM OXIDE-PHOSPHORUS(V) OXIDE-WATER PHASE-DIAGRAM NEAR 300-DEGREES-C – EQUILIBRIUM SOLID-PHASES. Inorganic Chemistry 1979, 18, 2947-2953.
(85)  Tremaine, P. R.; Goldman, S. CALCULATION OF GIBBS FREE-ENERGIES OF AQUEOUS-ELECTROLYTES TO 350-DEGREES-C FROM AN ELECTROSTATIC MODEL FOR IONIC HYDRATION. Journal of Physical Chemistry 1978, 82, 2317-2321.
(86)  Tremaine, P. R.; Dixon, R. S. EMPIRICAL CORRELATIONS BETWEEN SOLVENT PROPERTIES AND OPTICAL EXCITATION-ENERGIES OF SOLVATED ELECTRONS. Journal of Physical Chemistry 1978, 82, 224-226.
(87)  Tremaine, P. R.; Vonmassow, R.; Shierman, G. R. CALCULATION OF GIBBS FREE-ENERGIES FOR FERROUS-IONS – SOLUBILITY OF MAGNETITE IN H2O AND D2O TO 300-DEGREES-C. Thermochimica Acta 1977, 19, 287-300.
(88)  Tremaine, P. R.; Rummery, T. E.; Vonmassow, R. CORROSION PRODUCT STABILITY IN HIGH-TEMPERATURE AQUEOUS SYSTEMS – DEUTERIUM-ISOTOPE EFFECTS. Journal of Nuclear Materials 1977, 68, 351-354.
(89)  Tremaine, P. R.; Mohlin, U. B.; Gray, D. G. ADSORPTION OF N-DECANE ON SURFACE OF WATER-SWOLLEN CELLULOSE FIBERS. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 1977, 60, 548-554.
(90)  Bertie, J. E.; Tremaine, P. R. POLYMORPHISM IN PHENOL UNDER PRESSURE – DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES AND MOLAR POLARIZATIONS OF POLYCRYSTALLINE PHENOL-I AND PHENOL-II. Canadian Journal of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne De Chimie 1977, 55, 1294-1302.
(91)  Tremaine, P. R.; Gray, D. G. DETERMINATION OF BRUNAUER-EMMETT-TELLER MONOLAYER CAPACITIES BY GAS-SOLID CHROMATOGRAPHY. Analytical Chemistry 1976, 48, 380-382.
(92)  Tremaine, P. R.; Gray, D. G. ADSORPTION OF NON-SWELLING VAPORS ON SURFACE OF CELLULOSE. Journal of the Chemical Society-Faraday Transactions I 1975, 71, 2170-2185.
(93)  Bertie, J. E.; Tremaine, P. R. POLYMORPHISM IN PHENOL UNDER PRESSURE – X-RAY POWDER DIFFRACTION PATTERNS OF PHENOL-I AND PHENOL-II AT -190 DEGREESC, AND VOLUME COMPRESSIBILITIES OF PHENOL-I AND PHENOL-II AT 10 DEGREESC. Journal of Chemical Physics 1975, 63, 3334-3336.
(94)  Tremaine, P.; Robinson, M. G. STATIC DIELECTRIC-CONSTANTS OF LIQUIFIED FLUOROMETHANES. Canadian Journal of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne De Chimie 1973, 51, 1497-1503.
(95)  Bertie, J. E.; Tremaine, P. POLYMORPHISM IN PHENOL UNDER PRESSURE – VOLUME COMPRESSIBILITIES OF PHENOL I AND II AT 10 DEGREES C, AND PHASE-DIAGRAM BELOW O DEGREES C. Journal of Chemical Physics 1973, 58, 854-856.

 

 

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