THE ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF 0.10M KC1 WATER-ALCOHOL SOLUTIONS UNDER HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE.
LITTLE (ARTHUR D) INC CAMBRIDGE MASS
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The electrical conductivities of 0.10M KCL solutions in CH3OH-H2O, C2H5OH-H2O and n-C3H5OH-H2O solutions were measured as a function of temperature, pressure, and solvent composition over the ranges 0 to 20C, 1 atm to 4,500 kgmsq cm and 0.0 to 0.4 mole fraction alcohol. The presence of the second solvent tends to make the solution more normal by altering the structure of the bulk medium and the local structure near the ions. The order of effectiveness, n-C3H7OH C2H5OH CH3OH, indicates that the more dissimilar the second solvent is from water, the more normal the mixed solvent. Author
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