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

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 have been calculated using this data. The findings were explained in terms of molecular interactions in binary mixtures of polar and non-polar molecules. To calculate the data’s standard deviation, excess parameters are fitted. As a consequence of the findings, it can be deduced that polar NM has a weak interaction with non-polar toluene. Due to the presence of a structure breaking factor, the weaker interaction attributes the de-clustering or rupture of hydrogen bonding through dissociation between the different types of species of the molecules.

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Dr. S. L. Patankar
Department of Physics, Vasantrao Naik Mahavidyalaya, Aurangabad 431003, India.

Dr. H. N. Thorat
Department of Physics, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathawada University, Aurangabad 431004, India.

Prof. A. G. Patil
Department of Physics, Vivekananda College, Aurangabad 431004, India.

Dr. A. G. Murugkar
Department of Physics, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathawada University, Aurangabad 431004, India.

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