CH. Srinivasu, K. Narendra, CH. Kalpana, "Experimental and Theoretical Evaluation of Ultrasonic Velocities of Binary Liquid Mixtures of Anisaldehyde and Toluene at Different Temperatures", Journal of Chemistry, vol. 8, Article ID 701547, 5 pages, 2011. https://doi.org/10.1155/2011/701547
Experimental and Theoretical Evaluation of Ultrasonic Velocities of Binary Liquid Mixtures of Anisaldehyde and Toluene at Different Temperatures
Theoretical velocities of binary liquid mixtures of anisaldehyde with toluene at 303.15, 308.15, 313.15 and 318.15 K have been evaluated by using theoretical models of liquid mixtures such as Nomoto, Van Dael-Vangeel, Schaff’s collision factor theory and Junjie’s relations. Density and ultrasonic velocity of these mixtures have also been measured as a function of concentration and temperature and the experimental values are compared with the theoretical values. A good agreement has been found between experimental and Nomoto’s theoretical ultrasonic velocities. The results are explained in terms of intermolecular interactions occurring in these binary liquid mixtures.
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