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Title: Thermodynamic properties of (an ester plus an alkane). XVI. Experimental H-m(E) and V-m(E) values and a new correlation method for (an alkyl ethanoate plus an n-alkane) at 318.15 K
Authors: Ortega, J. 
Espiau, F. 
Toledo, F. J. 
Keywords: Vapor-Liquid-Equilibria
Binary-Systems
Enthalpies
Mixtures
Unifac, et al
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: 0021-9614
Journal: Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 
Abstract: This work presents the measurements of HmE and V mE, obtained at a temperature of T = 318.15 K and atmospheric pressure for a set of 30 binary mixtures composed of five alkyl ethanoates (methyl to pentyl) with six odd n-alkanes (C7 to C 17). The results show that the mixing processes are endothermic in all cases, with regular increases in HmE with the molecular weight of the saturated hydrocarbon and diminishing with the alkanolic part of the ester. The change in VmE is also regular and similar to that of HmE. For data correlation, a new form of polynomial equation is used. In this, the so-called active fraction is used as a variable which, in turn, depends on the concentration of the mixture, giving acceptable estimations of the Gibbs function obtained in the isobaric (liquid + vapor) equilibria for some of the mixtures studied. Finally, a molecular model which interprets the behavior of mixtures of alkyl ethanoates + n-alkanes and the results of residual quantities is proposed. To these binary systems some group contribution models are applied. A modified version of the UNIFAC model gives satisfactory results for enthalpies. © 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
This work presents the measurements of H-m(E) and V-m(E), obtained at a temperature of T = 318.15 K and atmospheric pressure for a set of 30 binary mixtures composed of five alkyl ethanoates (methyl to pentyl) with six odd n-alkanes (C-7 to C-17). The results show that the mixing processes are endothermic in all cases, with regular increases in H-m(E) with the molecular weight of the saturated hydrocarbon and diminishing with the alkanolic part of the ester. The change in V-m(E) is also regular and similar to that of H-m(E). For data correlation, a new form of polynomial equation is used. In this, the so-called active fraction is used as a variable which, in turn, depends on the concentration of the mixture, giving acceptable estimations of the Gibbs function obtained in the isobaric (liquid + vapor) equilibria for some of the mixtures studied. Finally, a molecular model which interprets the behavior of mixtures of alkyl ethanoates + n-alkanes and the results of residual quantities is proposed. To these binary systems some group contribution models are applied. A modified version of the UNIFAC model gives satisfactory results for enthalpies. (C) 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/48576
ISSN: 0021-9614
DOI: 10.1016/j.jct.2003.11.008
Source: Journal Of Chemical Thermodynamics[ISSN 0021-9614],v. 36 (3), p. 193-209
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