Ultrasonic Studies of Molecular Interactions in Aqueous Electrolytic Solutions at Different Temperatures

 The acoustic properties of solutions containing transition metal ions have been researched by a number of researchers. Acoustical parameters such as adiabatic compressibility's, specific acoustic impedances, intermolecular free lengths, and solvation numbers have been calculated using standard relations from measured

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Ultrasonic Investigation of Ni(NO3)2.6H2O in Glycol + Water Solvent at 303.15 K

Isentropic compressibility (s), intermolecular free length (Lf), apparent molar volume (v), apparent molar compressibility (k), molar compressibility (W), molar sound velocity (R), and acoustic impedance (Z) of Ni are among the acoustic properties studied (NO3). The ultrasonic velocity (U), density

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An Advanced Study of Ultrasonic Velocity, Density and Compressibility by Using Polar-Nonpolar Binary Liquid Mixtures at 303.15 K

At 303.15 K, the ultrasonic velocity (U), density (), and compressibility () of polar-nonpolar binary liquid mixtures of Nitro methane (NM) and Toluene were measured and investigated. Thermodynamic parameters such as excess velocity, excess acoustic impedance, and excess adiabatic compressibility

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Research on Acoustical Parameters and Apparent Molar Volume of Lithium Soaps in Methanol

Ultrasonic measurements of lithium soap velocity and density (abietate, oleate and myristate) were measured in methanol at different frequencies (1-5 MHz) and under different conditions in order to determine the critical micelle concentration and different soap solution acoustic parameters. There

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