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Ultrasonic Study of Amino Acid in Aqueous Solutions of Electrolyte at 303.15K and 2 MHz Frequency through Ultrasonic Measurement
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Authors
[1]
Shilpa A. Mirikar , Department of Physics, Dayanand Science College, Latur, India.
[2]
Pravina P. Pawar , Department of Physics, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India.
[3]
Govind K. Bichile , Department of Physics, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India.
Abstract
Molecular interaction studies using ultrasonic technique in the binary liquid mixture of amino acid in aqueous solutions of electrolyte has been carried out at 303.15 K. Using measured values of Density (ρ), Ultrasonic Velocity (U) ,Viscosity (η) and acoustical parameters such as Adiabatic compressibility (βa), Intermolecular free length (Lf), Acoustic impedance (Z) and Relative association (RA) evaluated. From the properties of these parameters, the nature and the strength of molecular interactions in this binary system are discussed. The results are interpreted in terms of molecular interaction between the component of the mixtures.
Keywords
Ultrasonic Velocity, Acoustical Properties, Molecular Interactions, Valine (Amino Acid), NaCl (Electrolyte) and Binary Liquid Mixture
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