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|Title:||Molecular interaction study on binary mixtures of acetylacetone from the excess properties of ultrasonic velocity, viscosity and density at various temperatures|
|Authors:||Rout, B K|
|Abstract:||The ultrasonic velcocity, viscosity and density of binary mixtures of the extractant acetylacetone with isoamyl alcohol, benzene and carbon tetrachloride have been measured over the entire composition of the mixtures at 30, 35, 40ᵒC and 45ᵒC.The excess isentropic compressibility (β), excess intermolecular free length (L), excess acoustic impedance (ZE) and excess viscosity (ηE) have been calculated from the experimental data. These excess values for various mixtures indicate the existence of specific interaction of acetylacetone with benzene and carbon tetrachloride. The higher positive values of ZE and ηE and less negative values of β and L of acetylacetone and carbon tetrachloride mixture suggest that a strong molecular interaction is likely to operate between the unlike molecules.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.33A(04) [April 1994]|
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