Isobaric Heat Capacity of Binary Solutions of Methyl and n-Hexyl Alcohols at High Pressures

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The pulsed-regular mode is used to measure the isobaric heat capacity of solutions of methyl and n-hexyl alcohols at different temperatures, pressures, and concentrations. An empirical equation is suggested for the calculation of the isobaric heat capacity of the methanol- n-hexanol system as a function of concentration, and the coefficients of thermal diffusivity and thermal activity are calculated at high pressures.

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