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Additive effect of 1-propanol and 2-propanol on molecular organization of H2O in the water-rich region: Excess chemical potential, partial molar enthalpy and volume of 1-propanol in 1-propanol-2-propanol-H2O at 25 degrees C

TitleAdditive effect of 1-propanol and 2-propanol on molecular organization of H2O in the water-rich region: Excess chemical potential, partial molar enthalpy and volume of 1-propanol in 1-propanol-2-propanol-H2O at 25 degrees C
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsHu, JH, Chiang, WMD, Westh, P, Chen, DHC, Haynes, CA, Koga, Y
JournalBulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan
Volume74
Pagination809-816
Date PublishedMay
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0009-2673
Keywords25-DEGREES-C, AQUEOUS 2-BUTOXYETHANOL, ENTROPIES, fluctuations, INTERMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS, LYSOZYME, MIXING SCHEMES, MIXTURES, TERT-BUTANOL
Abstract

Excess chemical potential, mu (E)(1P), partial molar enthalpy, H-1P(E) and volume of 1-propanol, V-1P(E), were determined as a function of mole fraction of l-propanol, rip, in mixed solvents of aqueous 2-propanol with various initial mole fraction of 2-propanol, x(2P)(0). The 1-propanol-1-propanol interaction functions, H-1P-1P(E) equivalent to N(partial derivativeH(1P)(E)/partial derivativen(1P)), and V-1P-1P(E) equivalent to N(partial derivativeV(1P)(E)/ partial derivativen(1P)), were evaluated by graphical differentiation. The rip-dependence of all these quantities indicates that l-propanol and 2-propanol modify the molecular organization of H2O in the same and additive manner in the water-rich region. The additive effect of 1-propanol and that of 2-propanol are in the ratio of (0.07/0.08).

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