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|Title:||Study of molecular interactions in binary mixtures of benzene-butanol and toluene-butanol systems from acoustic and thermodynamic parameters|
|Keywords:||Binary liquid mixtures;Thermoacoustic parameters;Benzene;Toluene and 1-butanol|
|Abstract:||Measurments of viscosity and density in conjunction with sound speed have been used for evaluating derived parameters for the binary system of benzene-butanol and toluene-butanol in the temperature range 298-318 K at an interval of 10 K. From these, excess parameters have been calculated. The variation of derived parameters as well as the sign and magnitude of corresponding excess functions has been used to investigate the type and extent of interactions between the component molecules of the binary liquid mixtures. The validity of various theoretical approaches of liquids has been tested for the system by comparing theoretical sound speeds with those experimentally determined over the entire composition range in the temperatures range 298-318K.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJPAP Vol.45(07) [July 2007]|
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