authors 
Jyothirmai, G; Nayeem, SM; Khan, I; Anjaneyulu, C 
nationality 
International 
journal 
JOURNAL OF THERMAL ANALYSIS AND CALORIMETRY 
author keywords 
Density; Sound speed; Excess parameters; PrigogineFloryPatterson theory; Theory of topology; SRK/PR EoS; Activity coefficients; Nonlinear equations 
keywords 
EQUATIONOFSTATE; LIQUIDMIXTURES; THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES; PHYSICALPROPERTIES; EXCESS PROPERTIES; 308.15 K; TOPOLOGICAL ASPECTS; REFRACTIVEINDEXES; DIETHYLENE GLYCOL; ETHYL BENZOATE 
abstract 
To probe the nature of interaction and its deeds with temperature in the binary combination (dimethyl carbonate + methyl benzoate), the density (rho)/speed of sound (u) be established for the total mole fraction array at T = (308.15, 313.15 and 318.15) K and at atmospheric pressure. Sign with magnitude of evaluated excess molar volume (Vm(E)) was inspected and comprehensive analysis elucidated not only pervasiveness of strong molecular interactions between molecules but also its transform with temperature. Additional, strong interactions are properly hold up by partial and excess partial molar volume ((V) over bar (m), (V) over bar (E)(m), (V) over bar (E,infinity)(m)). Additionally, relative association (RA), LennardJones repulsive power (n), excess isentropic compressibility (Ks(E)), partial and their excess partial molar isentropic compressibility ((K) over bar (m), (K) over bar (E)(m)), excess values of isobaric thermal expansion coefficient (alpha(E)(P)), isothermal compressibility (k(T)(E)), intermolecular free length (Lf(E)), acoustic impedance (Z(E)), ultrasonic speed (u(E)) were evaluated and confirmed the deductions of Vm(E). By RedlichKister equation, standard deviations are computed through coefficients for excess parameters. At T = 308.15 K, Vm(E) is correlated by theories of PrigogineFloryPatterson (PFP)/topology/SoaveRedlichKwong (SRK)/PengRobinson (PR) cubic equation of states; prophesied firstorder derivatives of thermodynamic potentials; using semiempirical equations, excess chemical potential/activity coefficients/theoretical speeds are estimated and correlated. Further, microscopic molecular properties are assessed at all temperatures by Sehgal's equations on nonlinear relations. 
publisher 
SPRINGER 
issn 
13886150 
year published 
2018 
volume 
132 
issue 
1 
beginning page 
693 
ending page 
707 
digital object identifier (doi) 
10.1007/s1097301769268 
web of science category 
Thermodynamics; Chemistry, Analytical; Chemistry, Physical 
subject category 
Thermodynamics; Chemistry 
unique article identifier 
WOS:000426795200066

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journal impact factor 
2.731 
5 year journal impact factor 
2.325 
category normalized journal impact factor percentile 
58.156 
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