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EXCESS PARTIAL MOLAR VOLUMES AND THERMAL EXPANSIVITIES IN THE WATER-RICH REGION OF AQUEOUS 2-BUTANONE

TitleEXCESS PARTIAL MOLAR VOLUMES AND THERMAL EXPANSIVITIES IN THE WATER-RICH REGION OF AQUEOUS 2-BUTANONE
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1994
AuthorsDavies, JV, Fooks, R, Koga, Y
JournalJournal of Solution Chemistry
Volume23
Pagination339-349
Date PublishedFeb
Type of ArticleProceedings Paper
ISBN Number0095-9782
Keywords2-BUTANONE, 2-BUTOXYETHANOL, 25-DEGREES-C, ANOMALIES IN 3RD DERIVATIVES, AQUEOUS, DERIVATIVES, ENTHALPIES, EXCESS PARTIAL MOLAR VOLUMES, fluctuations, FREE-ENERGIES, HEAT-CAPACITIES, MIXING SCHEME, OF GIBBS FREE ENERGY, TERT-BUTANOL MIXTURES, THERMAL EXPANSIVITIES, TRANSITION, TRANSITION OF MIXING SCHEME
Abstract

Excess partial molar volumes of 2-butanone V(m)E(B) and thermal expansivities alpha(p) were measured in the water-rich region of aqueous 2-butanone. The composition derivatives of both quantities showed anomalies at about X(B) = 0.033 (x(B) is the mole fraction of B). (partial derivative V(m)E(B)/partial derivative n(B))p,T,nW showed a step anomaly, while (partial derivative alpha(p)/partial derivatives n(B))p,T,nw exhibited a peak anomaly. The compositions at which these anomalies occurred match those of the step anomalies observed earlier in (partial derivative H(m)E(B)/partial derivative n(B))p,T,nW and (partial derivative S(m)E(B)/partial derivative n(B))p,T,nW in aqueous 2-butanone. These results are discussed in comparison with those obtained previously for aqueous 2-butoxyethanol.

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