Thermodynamic and Ultrasonic Properties of Acrylic Monomers.
ARMY ELECTRONICS COMMAND FORT MONMOUTH N J
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DS, METHYL ACRYLATE MA, methyl methacrylate MMA, ethyl methacrylate EMA, and cyclohexyl methacrylate CHMA. Basically, this study determined the temperature dependent acoustic velocity and attenuation in the frequency interval 500-1000 MHz, i.e. in the ultrasonic to hypersonic range. Use of this data, in conjunction with other data, such as the specific heat at constant pressure, Cp, and the temperature dependent density allow one to deduce further properties and parameters of the acrylic monomers. The following text discusses the details and includes data measured, or deduced, for three additional acrylic monomers, ethyl acrylate EA, butyl acrylate BA, and butyl methacrylate BMA. The extension of the calculation methods to other liquids of this homologous series is then apparent. Author