Solutions of metal salts in liquid polar dielectrics were considered in the approximation of a single ion placed in a system of liquid polar dielectric molecules and a system of interacting charged particles, such as cations, anions, and polarized liquid polar dielectric molecules, arranged around them. The sizes of the solvated ion clusters were estimated in the approximation of a single ion and in the approximation of the existence of a self-consistent field in the solution volume. The characteristic frequencies of the external electric field were determined so that, being imposed on an aqueous salt solution, it produces the effect of the induced transfer of solvated ions. The behavior of the solutions under the action of external asymmetric electrical and alternating magnetic fields was analyzed.
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