Liquid viscosities of binary mixtures and some hydrocarbons in the high pressure range with applications of the significant structure theory

  • Jun Su Bhang (Korean Institute of Science and Technology) ;
  • Sang Joon Hahn (Korean Institute of Science and Technology) ;
  • Mu Shik Jhon (Korean Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Published : 19700600

Abstract

Further validity of the significant structure theory has been tested by calculating the viscosities of binary mixtures-three pairs of $C_6H_6(1)+C_6H_{12}\;(2),\;CCI_4\;(1)+C_6H_6{2}and\l;CCI_4(1)+C_6H_{12}(2)$-and also by calculating the viscosities of n-$C_5H_{12}\;and\;n-C_6H_{14}$ in the pressure range of 1 bar to 4000 bars. The results are quite satisfactory for both cases and provide another evidence for the validity of the significan structure theory.

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