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Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A

, Volume 93, Issue 13, pp 2577–2585 | Cite as

Molecular Interactions in the Mixtures of Nitrobenzene/Cyclohexane and N,N-Dimethylformamide/Cyclohexane at 303–318 K on Ultrasonic Data

  • Reena Roy
  • Sharada Ghosh
  • Sudip MondalEmail author
CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS AND THERMOCHEMISTRY
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Abstract

Densities and ultrasonic velocities were measured for the mixtures of (nitrobenzene + cyclohexane) and (N,N-dimethylformamide + cyclohexane) over the volume fraction range 0.1–1 at 298–318 K. Different derived parameters such as adiabatic compressibility, Intermolecular free length, acoustic impedance, molar volume, molar sound velocity, molar compressibility, relative association, excess volume, and excess adiabatic compressibility have been computed. The observed positive and negative values of the excess parameters for all the studied mixtures were explained based on the intermolecular interactions in these mixtures. Furthermore, different empirical relations were used to compare the binary mixture densities and ultrasonic velocities.

Keywords:

density ultrasonic velocity excess volume liquid mixture molecular interaction 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.P.G. Department of Physics, Government Vidarbha Institute of Science and HumanitiesAmravatiIndia
  2. 2.P.G. Department of Chemistry, S.K. Porwal CollegeKampteeIndia

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