A study of binary mixtures of n-heptane and n-1-heptene has established that the upper limit of urea complex formation with n-heptane is linearly dependent on the mass concentration of n-1-heptene and can be described by the equation θbin=θ-c(Δt).
It has been found that, for the pair n-heptane/n-1-heptene, the slope Δt is constant over the range of concentrations investigated and is equal to 0.130°C/mass %.
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Volkova, T.A., Makhinya, I.D., Bogatova, A.I. et al. Upper limit of urea complex formation with n-heptane in the presence of n-1-heptene. Chem Technol Fuels Oils 11, 97–98 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00717381
- Complex Formation
- Binary Mixture
- Mass Concentration