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Temperature and chain-length dependence of the volumetric properties of 1-chlorobutane–alkane mixtures

Abstract

The excess volumes of 1-chlorobutane–n-alkane mixtures have been measured at several temperatures and over the entire composition range. The chain-length and the temperature dependence are non-monotonic, and might indicate the existence of structure-making and structure-breaking effects.

Two generalized van der Waals equations of state using a hard convex body-repulsive contribution have been used. The equations lead to satisfactory fits of the VEvs. x curves, although they fail to predict the chain-length and temperature dependence. However, the pressure dependence of VE for nC6–nC16 at 298.15 K is predicted satisfactorily.

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J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 1991,87, 93-99
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Temperature and chain-length dependence of the volumetric properties of 1-chlorobutane–alkane mixtures

A. C. Colin, M. R. Vigil, R. G. Rubio, A. Compostizo and M. D. Peña, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 1991, 87, 93
DOI: 10.1039/FT9918700093

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