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|Title:||Acoustical and compressibility parameters of glycylglycine-FeCl3 in aqueous ethanol mixture at T = (293.15, 303.15, and 313.15) K|
|Citation:||Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 2010, Vol.49, 22, pp.11848-11853|
|Abstract:||Ultrasonic velocity measurement is a reliable procedure that allows quick and easy determination of solvent concentrations in mixtures. This paper presents data of ultrasonic velocities and isentropic compressibilities of (glycylglcyine-FeCl3) in aqueous ethanol mixture at T = (293.15, 303.15, and 313.15) K. Various acoustical parameters were calculated, because of their importance in the study of specific molecular interactions. A less-compressible phase of the fluid and a closer packing of molecules is observed with changes in the intermolecular free length. Quantitative investigation suggests that the mixing of ethanol with an aqueous glycylglycine-FeCl3 solution causes the rupture of hydrogen bonds, with increasing S and Lf values (where the former represents the change in isentropic compressibility and the latter represents the intermolecular free length). Theoretically computed values of isentropic compressibility in the studied mixture using different models indicate the superiority of the very complex procedure. 2010 American Chemical Society.|
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