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|Title:||Comparative study of two liquid models in the prediction of excess thermodynamic properties of liquid ternary systems|
|Authors:||Shukla, R K|
|Keywords:||Excess thermodynamic properties;Ternary mixtures;Prigogine-Flory-Patterson theory;Bertrand-Acree-Bruchfield theory|
|Abstract:||Excess thermodynamic properties i.e. excess volume, excess molar enthalpy, excess molar entropy, excess free energy and excess heat capacity have been evaluated using Prigogine-Flory-Patterson (PFP) and Bertrand-Acree-Bruchfield (BAB) theory for three ternary and its contributory binary liquid systems namely (1) tolune- cyclohexane- carbon tetrachloride and its contributory binaries (toluene+ cyclohexane), (cyclohexane + carbon tetrachloride), (carbon tetrachloride + toluene); (2) benzene – cyclohexane- toluene and its contributory binaries, (benzene + cyclohexane), (cyclohexane + toluene), (toluene + benzene); (3) carbon tetrachloride- cyclohexane – benzene and its contributory binaries, (carbon tetrachloride + cyclohexane), (cyclohexane + benzene) and (benzene + carbon tetrachloride) at 298.15 K over a wide range of compositions. . The results so obtained from these two theories are very much comparable and are in good agreement.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJPAP Vol.46(09) [September 2008]|
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