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INTRODUCTION Much attention has been directed since olden times towards ion solvation, which is a key concept for understanding various chemical processes with electrolyte solutions. In 1920, a theoretical equation of ion solvation energy (ÁG0s ) was ﬁrst proposed by Born , who considered the ion as a hard sphere of a given radius (r) immersed in a continuous medium of constant permittivity (), and then deﬁned ÁG0s as the electrostatic energy for charging the ion up to ze (z, the charge number of the ion; e, the elementary charge): N z2 e2 1 1À ÁG0s ðBornÞ ¼ À A ð1Þ 80 r where NA is the Avogadro constant, and 0 the permittivity of vacuum.