K. Rajagopal1, S. Chenthilnath2
K. Rajagopal1, S. Chenthilnath2
摘要： Density, ρ, ultrasonic speed, u, and viscosity, η, of binary mixtures of 2-methyl-2-propanol (2M2P) with acetonitrile (AN), propionitrile (PN) and butyronitrile (BN) including those of pure liquids are measured over the entire composition range at temperatures 298.15, 303.15 and 308.15 K. From these experimental data, the excess available volume, VaE, excess free volume, VfE, excess isothermal compressibility, βTE, excess thermal expansion coefficient, aE, and excess internal pressure, πiE, are calculated. The variation of these properties with composition and temperature are discussed in terms of molecular interactions between unlike molecules of the mixtures. It is found that the values of VaE, VfE, βTE and aE are positive and those of πiE are negative for all the mixtures at each temperature studied, indicating the presence of weak interactions between 2M2P and AN/PN/BN molecules. The variations of VaE, VfE, βTE, aE and πiE values with composition indicate that the interactions in these mixtures follow the order:AN<PN<BN, i.e., the 2M2P-nitrile interaction decreases with the increase of alkyl chain length in these nitrile molecules. In addition, the theoretical ultrasonic velocity is calculated using the scaled particle theory and compared with the experimental values.
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