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Physicochemical study of a binary liquid mixture by ultrasonic speed, isentropic compressibility and acoustic impedance from 288.15-318.15K

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Chemistry, Janta College Bakewar (206124), Etawah, UP, India

Res.J.chem.sci., Volume 13, Issue (1), Pages 46-59, February,18 (2023)


Ultrasonic study of intermolecular interactions between the solvents of different nature have been performed by ultrasonic speed (U), isentropic compressibility (βs) and acoustic impedance (Z). Ultrasonic speed and aforesaid acoustical parameters for binary liquid mixture of 2-butanol and dodecane were computed from 288.15-318.15K over the entire range of concentration and atmospheric pressure and compared with the literature values Paterson-Flory-Prigogine (PFP), Ramaswamy- Anbananthan (RS) and Glinski model (GLI) were used to study the intermolecular interactions between the poor interacting liquids at different temperatures. Standard deviations and numerical coefficients of mixing properties were estimated by Redlich Kister polynomial. McAllister multibody correlation model was used to correlate the experimental findings. Ramaswamy model deals a fair agreement with experimental values in comparison to statistical liquid state PFP model.


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