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Diamagnetic susceptibility of binary liquid mixtures

  • R. Gopalakrishna
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Summary

Deviations from additive law were observed in the case of Nitrobenzene, Chloroform, Chlorobenzene and a few alcohols. Hetero-molecular hydrogen bond formation between Triethylamine and Nitrobenzene or Chloroform was found to cause diminution in diamagnetic susceptibility. The counteracting “ring effect” was found to decrease the former effect. In the case of Chlorobenzene, the former effect is only slightly greater than the latter.

Alcohols were found to show positive deviations as a result of rupture of hydrogen bonds when mixed with diluents like Triethylamine.

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Magnetic Susceptibility Triethylamine Carbon Tetrachloride Nitrobenzene Chlorobenzene 
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© Indian Academy of Sciences 1963

Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Gopalakrishna
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsS.V. University CollegeTirupati

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