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Surface tension of acetic acid Wohlfarth, Ch. endobj /Dest (c25) %���� >> Authors: Ch. Web Conversion Online © 2015,  All Rights Reserved, World Time - Find time at different places, BMR Calculator (Find daily calorie requirement), Calculate Calories Burned in different activities, Definition of different measurement Units. stream /Rect [ 383.406 640.877 388.893 650.188 ] Surface tension as a function of temperature was measured for four fatty acids (lauric, myristic, palmitic, and oleic) and two triglycerides (tricaprylin and tripalmitin). /Rotate 0 Contact us      /Subtype /Link 14 0 obj The experimental data shown in these pages are freely available and have been published already in the DDB Explorer Edition.The data represent a small sub list of all available data in the Dortmund Data Bank.For more data or any further information please search the DDB or contact DDBST.. The orientation of the interfacial acetic acid molecules was found to remain essentially constant in an upright position with the methyl group directed toward the gas phase in the whole concentration range. /Rect [ 120.334 515.458 129.314 524.77 ] /Dest (c5) endobj /Dest (c20) /Subtype /Link /Dest (c36) >> The orientation of the interfacial acetic acid molecules was found to remain essentially constant in an upright position with the methyl group directed toward the gas phase in the whole concentration range. << /Length 8662 /Filter /FlateDecode >> endobj %PDF-1.4 /Rect [ 550.95 74.143 559.93 83.455 ] endobj 2. >> /Contents [ 257 0 R 14 0 R 258 0 R 260 0 R ] Disclaimer, Copyright Contact us      << Wohlfarth. endobj Site map      /Subtype /Link endobj X*6vն\�o��E쁓�o���M��4s�����כ; ?0 ?l�74%56��ؗ7���͈�=��7���wձ9u�7/�r��K:!\N�~���p?J��-7�@ɗW���sU�W���A����7uY�`����az���7����: b(�2�g$�"УűiwpM2��.b_�-��Pn��m��Q�\��͎�S�R������fu���f?#R2f��)C8@�d&�c��"U�E}�$c�q$���O��8! 12,24–28 It is well known that H + ion forms various xj�� +Vج��l��?��#͝��"pQ�#^�~*���|�:�u����ҥ) ��������Oᬙ�,��� ��AY>���K s�L.�u:�ʝ ���,�+��. 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Surface Tension of Acetic acid butyl ester. ��˪��uQo��ClF�įU��ˀ�����(B��y x�� ��H�@�e����?y������a���?����7��䳧��'�5G�t�)��s�� The experimental data shown in these pages are freely available and have been published already in the DDB Explorer Edition.The data represent a small sub list of all available data in the Dortmund Data Bank.For more data or any further information please search the DDB or contact DDBST.. /F8 99 0 R /F9 100 0 R /NewFont:0 254 0 R >> Privacy policy      Component << << << /Type /Annot Conversion Matrix      Find Surface Tension of Acetic acid at 20°C or of different liquids at different temperature like Acetic acid, Acetone, Diethyl ether, Ethanol, Glycerol, n-Hexane, Hydrochloric acid, Isopropanol, Liquid Nitrogen, Mercury, Methanol, n-Octane, Sucrose, Water and Toluene This table highlights the viscosity and surface tension of a variety of solvents and other liquids. 1 0 obj /Rect [ 499.782 724.691 508.762 734.003 ] /Subtype /Link /Type /Annot /Type /Page )c3&����\ Pԋ�GpO�1: 6 0 obj /Subtype /Link /Dest (c37) /Subtype /Link About      >> /Border [ 0 0 0 ] /Type /Annot /Rect [ 89.107 62.371 98.087 71.683 ] The surface tensions of aqueous solutions of formic acid, acetic acid, and propionic acid were measured over the entire concentration range at temperatures (20 to 50) °C. /Rect [ 261.014 38.225 269.994 47.537 ] /Type /Annot << Dependence of surface tension (a) on activity of aqueous solutions of acetic acid (1), trifluoroacetic acid (2), trichloroacetic acid (3), tribromoacetic acid (4), and pivalic acid (5). 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This document is part of Volume 24 `Surface Tension of Pure Liquids and Binary Liquid Mixtures (Supplement to IV/16)' of Landolt-Börnstein Group IV `Physical Chemistry'. /Rect [ 475.968 415.638 484.948 424.95 ] /Type /Annot >> << /Dest (c19) endobj The experimental data shown in these pages are freely available and have been published already in the DDB Explorer Edition.The data represent a small sub list of all available data in the Dortmund Data Bank.For more data or any further information please search the DDB or contact DDBST.. 12 0 obj The surface tension of acetic acid solutions was also measured in order to obtain the surface concentration. /Parent 171 0 R h��;ێ#�u�%��ڈc��Gn4Ӫ{U'Ѓ�k�rlI�&0��z��jI������E�ɻ�%眪��j��#Ɇ��Ωb���/�~�9_��f�W/��Yn݂�?i�1���J� -��j����|� << Conversion Matrix      7 0 obj This document is part of Volume 24 `Surface Tension of Pure Liquids and Binary Liquid Mixtures (Supplement to IV/16)' of Landolt-Börnstein Group IV `Physical Chemistry'. 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