The specific volumes of aqueous solutions of three alcohols were determined at the temperatures 0 to −40°.
The dependences of the specific volumes on the concentration of solutions of isopropyl and tert-butyl alcohols at temperatures below −20° have a maximum and a minimum.
For most aqueous solutions at temperatures below 4°, the difference between the specific volume of pure water and its partial specific volume in solution increases with decreasing temperature.
For solutions of isopropyl and tert-butyl alcohols in a limited range of concentrations and temperatures, the opposite effect is observed.
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Zheleznyi, B.V. Density of supercooled aqueous solutions of alcohols. Russ Chem Bull 21, 1–5 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00855643
- Aqueous Solution
- Opposite Effect
- Pure Water