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APPLICATION OF SOME GEOMETRICAL AND EMPIRICAL MODELS TO EXCESS MOLAR VOLUME FOR THE MULTI-COMPONENT MIXTURES AT 298.15 K

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 A RESEARCH IS IN PROGRESS IN OUR LABORATORY WHICH AIMS AT THE DETERMINATION OF THE MAIN EXCESS THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES FOR A SERIES OF LIQUID MIXTURES WHICH MAY BE REALIZED WITH THE FOLLOWING COMPOUNDS: AMINES, ALCOHOLS, ESTERS, AMIDES AND ALKANE. THESE COMPOUNDS WERE SELECTED IN VIEW OF THEIR DIFFERENT POLARITY AND PROTICITY, IN ORDER TO REALIZE MULTI-COMPONENT ASYMMETRIC MIXTURES CHARACTERIZED BY DIFFERENT TYPES OF INTERACTIONS [1, 2]. IN THIS PAPER DENSITIES OF THE QUATERNARY MIXTURE CONSISTING OF {1-CHLOROBUTANE (1) +2-CHLOROBUTANE (2) +BUTYLAMINE (3) +BUTYLACETATE (4)} WERE MEASURED OVER THE WHOLE RANGE OF COMPOSITION AT 298.15 K AND AMBIENT PRESSURE. A NUMBER OF GEOMETRICAL AND EMPIRICAL EQUATIONS WERE ALSO USED TO VERIFY THEIR ABILITY TO PREDICT TERNARY AND QUATERNARY PROPERTIES FROM THEIR LOWER ORDER MIXTURES. THE EXPERIMENTAL DATA WERE USED TO EVALUATE THE NATURE AND TYPE OF INTERMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS IN MULTI-COMPONENT MIXTURES.

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