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Title: Excess volumes and deviation in viscosities of binary mixtures of o-dichlorobenzene and o-chlorophenol with di-isopropyl ether, 1.4-dioxan, diphenyl ether and t-butylmethyl ether
Authors: Shelar, R N
Savale, V S
Borse, R Y
Hasan, Mehdi
Sawant, A B
Keywords: Excess molar volume
Viscosity deviation
Issue Date: Aug-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: The densities and viscosities of binary mixture of o-dichlorobenzene and o-chlorophenol with d-isopropyl ether, 1.4-dioxan, diphenyl ether and t-butyl methyl ether have been measured at atmospheric pressure and in the temperature range 303-313K at the interval of 5K. The data have been utilized to compute the excess volumes and deviation in viscosities. The results have been interpreted in terms of molecular interactions existing between the components of the mixtures.
Page(s): 552-560
ISSN: 0019-5596
Source:IJPAP Vol.46(08) [August 2008]

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