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International Journal of Thermophysics

, Volume 35, Issue 11, pp 2071–2087 | Cite as

Distinctive Features of Water–Dimethyl Sulfoxide Mixtures: Dielectric Spectra Revisited

  • Udo Kaatze
Article

Abstract

Broadband dielectric spectra (1 MHz to 80 GHz) are reported for dimethyl sulfoxide–water mixtures in the complete composition range. The spectra are evaluated in order to yield information about the underlying relaxation time distribution, the principal relaxation time, and the static permittivity of the liquids. With a view of gaining insights into the structure and microdynamics of water in its different states of interaction, these parameters are compared to such for mixtures of water with other protic and aprotic dipolar liquids as well as with non-polar substances. Also used for information about structure fluctuations are ultrasonic spectra of the dimethyl sulfoxide–water system (0.2 MHz to 2.75 GHz). A notable result is the composition dependence of the principal dielectric relaxation time. In conformity with the wait-and-switch model, it increases at low DMSO content and thus reflects the decrement in the concentration of hydrogen-bonding sites. The decreasing relaxation time at high DMSO content is clearly a result of the reduced association due to the reduced concentration of hydrogen-donating sites.

Keywords

Dielectric spectroscopy Dimethyl sulfoxide Orientation correlation Principal relaxation time Wait-and-switch model Water 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Drittes Physikalisches InstitutGeorg-August-Universität GöttingenGöttingenGermany

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