Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
Mixing properties and modelling of methanol with chlorobenzene and bromobenzene at 293, 303, and 313 K
Gupta, Manisha; Shukla, Divya; Parveen, Shahla; Singh, Shashi; Shukla, J. P.
Simultaneous characterisation and dilatometry studies on liquid crystalline N-( p - n -decyloxy and undecyloxybenzylidene)- p -toluidines
Prasad, P.V. Datta; Nanchara Rao, M. Ramakrishna; Lalithakumari, J.; Pisipati, V. G. K. M.
Temperature effect on the solvent extraction of copper(II), cobalt(II) and nickel(II) with salicylideneaniline from sulphate media
Boukraa, Y.; Tayeb, A.; Benabdellah, T.; Kameche, M.
Measurements and calculations of hydrocarbon mixtures liquid density by simple cubic equations of state
Mohsen-Nia, M.; Rasa, H.
Study of phase behaviour for the aqueous two-phase polymer-polymer systems using the modified UNIQUAC-NRF model
Pazuki, G. R.; Taghikhani, V.; Ghotbi, C.; Vossoughi, M.; Radfarnia, H. R.
Excess permittivity and excess conductivity of binary fluid mixture isobutyric acid - water along the coexistence curve
Hadded, N.; Bouanz, M.
Thermodynamic investigation of the surface tension of liquid mixtures of cis-decaline with either methyl-acetate or n-pentyl-acetate in the temperature range from 283.15 to 303.15 K
Tsierkezos, Nikos; Molinou, Ioanna
Semi-empirical relation between freezing point and critical point properties of a wide variety of molecular liquids
Excess internal pressures, excess free volumes and excess thermodynamic parameters of some non-aqueous binary mixtures from ultrasonic speed, density and viscosity data
Nain, Anil Kumar; Chand, Dinesh; Chandra, Prakash; Pandey, Jata Dhari
Densities, viscosities, speeds of sound and refractive indices of binary mixtures of tetrahydrofuran with 1-hexanol, 1-heptanol, 1-octanol, 1-nonanol and 1-decanol at 298.15, 303.15, 308.15 and 313.15 K
Al-Kandary, Jasem; Al-Jimaz, A. S.; Abdul-Latif, A. M.
The importance of fully quantitative non-local treatments of exchange energy in Density Functional Theory of atoms, molecules and clusters, characterised by strongly inhomogeneous electron liquids
March, N. H.; Van Alsenoy, C.