β-Hydroxyethyl mercaptan/triethylamine —A binary liquid system with strong interaction
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The equilibrium composition of the β-hydroxyethyl mercaptan/triethylamine system at 15°C has been determined by means of Raman spectroscopy.
It has been shown that the additivity rule is followed for the β-hydroxyethyl mercaptan/triethylamine system. On the basis, values have been calculated for the dielectric constant of the system in the region of ionic conduction.
KeywordsSpectroscopy Dielectric Constant Raman Spectroscopy Strong Interaction Ionic Conduction
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