Volume : 2, Issue : 3, MAR 2016
A STUDY OF ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES OF SUBSTITUTED HYDROXY CHALCONEIMINE IN DIFFERENT PERCENTAGE AND CONCENTRATION OF DIOXANE-WATER MIXTURES
N. R. PATIL, S. D. THAKUR
Ultrasonic velocity and density measurements of 21-hydroxy – 51 – bromo – N – (m - hydroxyphenyl) - chalconeimines HBN3HPCU) in DIOXANE – Water mixtures, have been carried out in the concentration range 1×10-2 -5×10-2 - mol dm-3 and in different percentage of dioxane – water mixtures. The experimental data have been used to calculate various acoustical parameters such as velocity, adiabatic compressibility (B ), s apparent molal volume (Ф ), apparent molal compressibility (Ф ), intermolecular free length (L ), Specific acoustic impedance (Z ) and relative v k(s) f s association (R ). The results so obtained are very much comparable and are in good agreement. A molecular interaction study has also been A made successfully in the light of these acoustical properties.
Acoustical impedance, velocity, mixed solvents, Dioxane-WATER MIXTURES substituted hydroxyl chalconeimine.
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