Densities, Viscosities and Refractive Indices of n- Butanol + Allyl Chloride Mixture at 298K

Aruna P. Maharolkar, Y. Sudke, S. Kamble, A Tidar, A. G. Murugkar, S.S. Patil & P. W. Khirade, S. C. Mehrotra

Abstract


The density ?, viscosity ?, refractive index n and dielectric constant ?s of binary mixture of Allyl Chloride (AC)
with n-Butanol including those of the pure liquids, were measured over the complete composition range at 298K.
The experimental data is used to calculate excess molar volumes (vE), excess permittivity (?s
E), excess viscosity
(?E), excess refractive index, molar refraction, excess molar polarization and Dunstan’s constant. The variations
of these parameters with composition and the effect of bonding in the binary mixture are discussed from the
point of view of intermolecular interactions in these mixtures. The positive value of excess molar volume (vE ) is
attributed to the breaking of H-bonded associated species formed between unlike molecule at 298K.

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