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Diffusion coefficient of hexamethyl-1,10-decanediaminium bromide in water

  • Jochen Winkelmann
Part of the Physical Chemistry book series (volume 15B2)

Abstract

This chapter provides the diffusion coefficient of hexamethyl-1,10-decanediaminium bromide in water at different concentrations measured using Taylor dispersion technique.

3 Diffusion in Liquid Mixtures

3.1. Data

3.1.1. Diffusion in Binary Mixtures

C16 H38 N2 Br2

(1)

hexamethyl-1,10-decanediaminium bromide

541-22-0

H2 O

(2)

water

7732-18-5

Mutual Diffusion Coefficient: D12(ci); T = 298.15 ± 0.01 K; Method: TAYLOR

Ref.: [2012R3]

c1 [mol/dm3]

p [kPa]

D ⋅ 109 [m2/s]

 

0.000

101.32

1.058 ± 0.002

 

0.00119

101.32

0.990 ± 0.002

 

0.00475

101.32

0.955 ± 0.002

 

0.00950

101.32

0.904 ± 0.002

 

0.01900

101.32

0.861 ± 0.002

 

0.03800

101.32

0.843 ± 0.002

 

Mutual Diffusion Coefficient: D12(c1); Method: TAYLOR

Ref.: [2012R3]

Equation: D = A + B x0.5 + C x

Range: 0.0 < c1/mol dm−3 < 0.038

Comment: D12 [m2/sec] = D ⋅ 10−9

Parameter:

T [K]

A

B

C

 

298.1

1.059

−2.001

4.510

Symbols and Abbreviations

Short Form

Full Form

D

diffusion coefficient

p

pressure

T

temperature

TAYLOR

Taylor dispersion technique

c i

molarity

References

  1. [2012R3]
    Ribeiro A. C. F., Santos, C. I. A. V., Murtinho, D. B., Lobo, V. M. M., Valente, A. J. M.: J. Chem. Thermodyn. 50 (2012) 89–93.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jochen Winkelmann
    • 1
  1. 1.Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Institut für Physikalische ChemieHalle/S.Germany

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