2020, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A
Studies on apparent molar volume, viscosity and conductivity of Terbium Decanoate in methanol
Author(s): Dr. Neerja Sharma
Abstract: The apparent molar volume was evaluated from the density measurements of the solutions of terbium decanoate in methanol and the results were used to determine the partial molar volume of decanoate and its variation with temperature. The viscosity results were interpreted in terms of equations proposed by Einstein, Vand, Moulik and Jones-Dole and were used to determine the molar volume. The density and viscosity results showed that there is no appreciable aggregation in dilute solutions of terbium decanoate and there is a marked change in aggregation at a definite concentration. The conductivity measurements were used evaluate limiting molar conductance, ionization constant and various thermodynamic parameters. The conductivity results were in agreement with those of density, apparent molar volume and viscosity.
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Dr. Neerja Sharma. Studies on apparent molar volume, viscosity and conductivity of Terbium Decanoate in methanol. J Res Chem 2020;1(1):72-77.