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Dimerization Constants from Acoustic Measurements: Solutions of Benzene, Cyclohexylamine and Aniline in Cyclohexane

Andrzej Burakowski, Jacek GliƄski
Journal of Solution Chemistry 2017, 46 (7): 1501-1513
28798501
A model assuming that the formation of dimers determines the acoustic properties of liquid mixtures, in the inert solvent cyclohexane, was applied to describe the observed dependences of sound speed on composition. The dimerization constants were estimated. The results allow one to propose that the solutes tend to form associates larger than dimers in concentrated solutions, while in dilute systems solute-solvent interactions play an important role.

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