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Acoustic Studies on Different Binary Liquid Mixtures of LIX Reagents with Different Diluents
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Acoustic Studies on Different Binary Liquid Mixtures of LIX Reagents with Different Diluents
Kamila, Susmita;
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 Abstract
Ultrasonic velocity and density measurements have been undertaken for a number of binary liquid mixtures involving different commercial solvent extractants, LIX reagents. The binary mixtures under investigation have been classified under two categories such as polar-polar, and polar-non-polar types. Different theories and relations such as Schaaff's Collision Factor Theory (CFT), Nomoto's relation (NOM), and Van Dael & Vangeel ideal mixing relation (IMR) have been used to evaluate the velocity theoretically for all these binary systems. The relative merits of afore-mentioned theories and relations compared to experimental values of velocity have been discussed in terms of percentage variations. However, the CFT and Nomoto's relation show better agreement with the experimental findings than the ideal mixing relation for all the systems under investigation.
 Keywords
Sound velocity;Solvent extractants;Schaaff's collision factor theory;Nomoto's relation;Van Dael & Vangeel ideal mixing relation;
 Language
English
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