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Diffusion coefficient of cyclohexane in benzene at infinite dilution

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

Abstract

This chapter provides the diffusion coefficient of cyclohexane in benzene at infinite dilution for various temperature and pressure conditions measured using correlation of experimental data and gel techniques.

3 Diffusion in Liquid Mixtures

3.1. Data

3.1.2. Diffusion in Binary Mixtures at Infinite Dilution

C6 H12

(1)

cyclohexane

110-82-7

C6 H6

(2)

benzene

71-43-2

Diffusion Coefficient at infinite dilution: p = 101.325 kPa; Method: GEL

Ref.: [1981F2]

T [K]

Type

D ⋅ 109 [m2/s]

 

298.18 ± 0.01

D 0 1(2)

2.094 ± 0.4%

 

298.18 ± 0.01

D01(2) *

2.103 ± 0.4%

 

298.18 ± 0.01

D01(2) **

2.095 ± 0.4%

 

Comment: *: tracer 12C6 D11T used in diffusion; **: tracer 14C12 C5H12 used in diffusion

Diffusion Coefficient at infinite dilution: p = 101.325 kPa; Method: CORR

Ref.: [2012B2]

T [K]

Type

D ⋅ 109 [m2/s]

 

293.15

D 0 1(2)

1.94

 

293.15

D 0 2(1)

1.65

 

298.15

D 0 1(2)

2.10

 

298.15

D 0 2(1)

1.89

 

313.15

D 0 1(2)

2.65

 

313.15

D 0 2(1)

2.45

 

333.15

D 0 1(2)

3.45

 

333.15

D 0 2(1)

3.29

 
Symbols and Abbreviations

Short Form

Full Form

D

diffusion coefficient

p

pressure

T

temperature

GEL

gel techniques

CORR

correlation of experimental data

References

  1. [1981F2]
    Freer, R., Sherwood, J. N.: J. Phys. Chem. 85 (1981) 102–106.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. [2012B2]
    Beigzadeh R., Rahimi, M., Shabanian, S. R.: Fluid Phase Equilib. 331 (2012) 48–57.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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