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Mixing schemes in ternary aqueous solutions - Thermodynamic approach

TitleMixing schemes in ternary aqueous solutions - Thermodynamic approach
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsKoga, Y
JournalJournal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Volume69
Pagination705-716
Type of ArticleProceedings Paper
ISBN Number1418-2874
Keywords25-DEGREES-C, effect of selected solutes on the molecular organization of H2O, enthalpic interaction functions, ENTROPIES, EXCESS CHEMICAL-POTENTIALS, H2O, MOLECULAR-ORGANIZATION, pair interaction coefficients, PARTIAL MOLAR ENTHALPIES, ternary aqueous solutions, TERT-BUTANOL, TETRAMETHYL UREA, the, VOLUMES, WATER
Abstract

The enthalpic interaction functions introduced by us earlier were evaluated in some ternary aqueous solutions. They are determined purely experimentally without resorting to any model system. From them, the pair interaction coefficients based on the virial expansion were evaluated, which will serve for a future theoretical development based on the McMillan-Mayer theory of solution. Secondly, our new methodology of using the mole fraction dependence of the enthalpic interaction function as a probe to elucidate the effect of a third component on the molecular organization is introduced. The conclusions for selected third components in ternary aqueous 1-propanol are reviewed.

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