Molar Volume, Molar Refraction, and Isentropic Compressibility Changes of Mixing at 25°C for the System Ethanol + Methanol + Dibutyl Ether

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Abstract

The densities, refractive indexes, and sound velocities for mixtures of ethanol + methanol + dibutyl ether at 25°C and atmospheric pressure, were determined and used to calculate molar volumes, molar refractions, and isentropic compressibilities. The excess molar volumes and the deviations of molar refractions and isentropic compressibilities from mole fraction and volume fraction averages, respectively, of these properties of the pure components were satisfactorily correlated with the composition data by means of the Redlich–Kister polynomial.

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