Group contributions for an estimation of partial molar volumes at infinite dilution for aqueous organic solutes at extended ranges of temperature and pressure
Hnědkovský, L. and Cibulka, I. (2004) Group contributions for an estimation of partial molar volumes at infinite dilution for aqueous organic solutes at extended ranges of temperature and pressure. International Journal of Thermophysics, 25 (2). pp. 387-395.
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Experimental data on the partial molar volume at infinite dilution in water for two groups of organic solutes (derivatives of benzene and aliphatic hydroxyl derivatives) measured using a vibrating-tube densimeter in the temperature and pressure ranges 298 to 573 K and 0.1 to 30 MPa are summarized. Smoothed values of partial molar volume as a function of temperature and pressure are employed for the evaluation of group and structural contributions. The contributions are used to estimate the partial molar volumes at infinite dilution in water for various solutes. The average deviation between partial molar volumes calculated from the contributions and the experimental data employed for the evaluation of the contributions is less than 1 cm3ċmol−1 in most cases. Predictions of partial molar volumes of solutes not included in the evaluation of the contributions are performed and results are compared with experimental data.
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