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Diffusion coefficient of pyrene in 2-methyl-pentane-2,4-diol at infinite dilution

  • Jochen Winkelmann
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Part of the Physical Chemistry book series (volume 15B2)

Abstract

This chapter provides the diffusion coefficient of pyrene in 2-methyl-pentane-2,4-diol at infinite dilution for various temperature and pressure conditions measured using Savart plate interferometry, interferometry and Taylor dispersion technique.

3 Diffusion in Liquid Mixtures

3.1. Data

3.1.2. Diffusion in Binary Mixtures at Infinite Dilution

C16 H10

(1)

pyrene

129-00-0

C6 H14 O2

(2)

2-methyl-pentane-2,4-diol

107-41-5

Diffusion Coefficient at infinite dilution: p = 101.325 kPa; Method: TAYLOR

Ref.: [1988O1]

T [K]

Type

D ⋅ 1011 [m2/s]

 

268.15

D 0 1(2)

0.79

 

273.15

D 0 1(2)

1.10

 

278.15

D 0 1(2)

1.44

 

283.15

D 0 1(2)

2.00

 

288.15

D 0 1(2)

2.47

 

293.15

D 0 1(2)

3.19

 

298.15

D 0 1(2)

4.15

 

303.15

D 0 1(2)

5.62

 

308.15

D 0 1(2)

6.80

 

313.15

D 0 1(2)

8.78

 

Diffusion Coefficient at infinite dilution: p = 101.325 kPa; Method: SAV-INT

Ref.: [1979T2]

T [K]

Type

D ⋅ 1011 [m2/s]

 

269.2

D 0 1(2)

0.936 ± 3%

 

278

D 0 1(2)

1.80 ± 3%

 

288

D 0 1(2)

3.25 ± 3%

 

298

D 0 1(2)

6.05 ± 3%

 

308

D 0 1(2)

10.6 ± 3%

 

Diffusion Coefficient at infinite dilution: D01(2)(T); Method: SAV-INT

Ref.: [1979T2]

Equation: D = A ∙ exp[−B/RT]

Range: 269 < T/K < 308

Comment: B in [kJ/mole]

Parameter:

A ∙ 103

B

 
 

1.935

42.8

 
Symbols and Abbreviations

Short Form

Full Form

D

diffusion coefficient

p

pressure

T

temperature

TAYLOR

Taylor dispersion technique

SAV-INT

Savart plate interferometry

INT

interferometry

References

  1. [1979T2]
    Tyrrell, H. J. V., Watkiss, P. J.: J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans. I 75 (1979) 1417–1432.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. [1988O1]
    Olea A. F., Thomas, J. K.: J. Am. Chem. Soc. 110 (1988) 4494–4502.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jochen Winkelmann
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  1. 1.Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Institut für Physikalische ChemieHalle/S.Germany

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