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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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