Excess Acoustical Properties and Molecular Interactions in Ternary Liquid Mixtures of 3(Meta)Methoxy Phenol, 1 Propanol and n-Hexane at 303 K, 308 K & 313 K using Ultrasonic Techniques
P.S. Syed Ibrahim1, J. Senthil Murugan2, S. Chidambaravinayagam3, J. Edward Jeyakumar4
1P.S. Syed Ibrahim, Chemistry, Sriram Engineering College, Thiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu, India.
2J. Senthil Murugan Chemistry, Sriram Engineering College, Thiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu, India.
3S. Chidambaravinayagam, PG and Research Department of Chemistry, Presidency College, Chennai, India.
4J. Edward Jeyakumar, PG and Research Department of Chemistry, Research Scholar, Presidency College, Chennai, India.
Manuscript received on 19 October 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 25 October 2019 | Manuscript Published on 29 June 2020 | PP: 99-105 | Volume-8 Issue-10S2 August 2019 | Retrieval Number: J101808810S19/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.J1018.08810S19
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Abstract: The Ultrasonic velocity(U), density(ρ), and viscosity(η) have been measured experimentally for the ternary liquid mixtures of 3(meta) methoxy phenol(MMP), 1 propanol and n hexane at various temperatures viz., 303 K, 308 K and 313 K at constant frequency of 2 MHz. for different concentrations ranges from 0.001M to 0.01M. The thermodynamic and acoustical parameters such as adiabatic compressibility(β), Rao constant(R), absorption coefficient (α/f2 ), internal pressure(πi), cohesive energy(CE), free volume(Vf), free length(Lf), acoustic impedence(z), available volume(Va), viscous relaxation time and Lenard Jones potential were calculated from the experimental data. The various excess properties including excess Ultrasonic velocity, excess acoustic impedence, excess free length, excess adiabatic compressibility, excess free volume and excess internal pressure were also computed. The variation of these excess parameters with respect to concentration and temperatures have been discussed in the light of molecular interaction. The molecular interactions were predicted based on the results obtained for ultrasonic velocities of different concentrations of the ternary mixtures at different temperatures.
Keywords: Molecular Interactions, Ultrasonic Velocity, Ternary Liquid Mixture, Internal Pressure, Acoustic Impedence.
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