Densities, Viscosities and Ultrasonic Studies of Binary Liquid Mixture of Ethylamine and Benzyl Alcohol at Different Temperatures | Chapter 10 | Theory and Applications of Chemistry Vol. 3

Ultrasonic studies, densities and viscosities of binary liquid mixture of ethylamine and benzyl alcohol have been measured at different temperatures at 30ºC, 35ºC and 40ºC. The experimental value of speed of sound (u), isentropic compressibility (βs), intermolecular free length (Lf), viscosity (η), available volume (Va), molar volume (Vm) and Nissan’s parameter (d) have been calculated of ethyl amine and benzyl alcohol in the pure state as well as mixture over whole composition range were measured at 30ºC, 35ºC and 40ºC. These properties also provide important information about molecular packing, molecular motion and various types of intermolecular interactions and their strength, influenced by the size shape and chemical nature of component molecules.

Author(s) Details

Dr. Chandra Mohan Saxena
Department of Chemistry, D.B.S. (P. G.), College Govind Nagar Kanpur (U.P.), India.

Archna Saxena
Department of Chemistry, D.B.S. (P. G.), College Govind Nagar Kanpur (U.P.), India.

Jatin Mohan
Department of Chemistry, D.B.S. (P. G.), College Govind Nagar Kanpur (U.P.), India.

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