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Diffusion coefficient of chlorobenzene into heptane and decane at infinite dilution

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

Abstract

This chapter provides the diffusion coefficient of chlorobenzene into heptane and decane at infinite dilution for different concentrations measured using Taylor dispersion technique.

3 Diffusion in Liquid Mixtures

3.1. Data

3.1.4. Diffusion in Ternary Mixtures at Infinite Dilution

C6 H5 Cl

(1)

chlorobenzene

108-90-7

C7 H16

(2)

heptane

142-82-5

C10 H22

(3)

decane

124-18-5

Diffusion coefficient at infinite dilution: Do1(23) (xi); Method: TAYLOR

Ref.: [2007S5]

T = 298.15 K; p = 101.325 kPa

x 2

x 1

Do1(23) ⋅ 109 [m2/s]

 

0.0000

 

1.98 ± 3%

 

0.1178

 

2.08 ± 3%

 

0.1784

 

2.13 ± 3%

 

0.3091

 

2.26 ± 3%

 

0.4135

 

2.38 ± 3%

 

0.4703

 

2.45 ± 3%

 

0.6041

 

2.64 ± 3%

 

0.6863

 

2.77 ± 3%

 

0.7595

 

2.89 ± 3%

 

0.8884

 

3.15 ± 3%

 

1.0000

 

3.42 ± 3%

 
Symbols and Abbreviations

Short Form

Full Form

x i

mole fraction

D

diffusion coefficient

p

pressure

T

temperature

TAYLOR

Taylor dispersion technique

References

  1. [2007S5]
    Safi A., Nicolas, C., Neau, E., Chevalier, J. L.: J. Chem. Eng. Data 52 (2007) 977–981.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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