• stable
  • Based on structural, thermal, and chemical analyses, this excellent performance can be attributed to a stable amorphous structure and the higher degree of hydration of the polymer electrolyte promoted by a slight hydrolysis between TEAOH and PAM. (rsc.org)
  • charge
  • More the hydration energy greater will be the efficiency and hydration energy is in turn directly proportional to the cationic/anionic charge and inversely proportional to cationic/anionic radius. (openstudy.com)
  • In fact there is a very good linear correlation between hydration enthalpy and the ratio of charge squared to ionic radius, z2/r. (wikipedia.org)