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|Title:||Ultrasonic studies on the influence of some amino acids on molecular interactions in aqueous solutions of ethanol|
Rao, A Srinivasa
|Abstract:||The ultrasonic velocity and absorption studies have been carried out in solutions containing glycine, ʟ-alanine, and ʟ-proline in aqueous ethanol at 303 .15K. These measurements are used to evaluate the adiabatic compressibility, excess absorption, and volume viscosity. Results are interpreted in terms of solutesolute and solute-solvent interactions. These studies establish that the amino acids have strong water structure making and breaking properties.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.37A(07) [July 1998]|
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