Supramolecular Organization and Physicochemical Properties of Tetrachloromethane-Methanol Mixture

V.A. Durov, I.Yu. Shilov

Russ.J.Phys.Chem., v. 69(10), p. 1583-1591 (1995) translated to English from Zh.Fiz.Khim., v. 69(10). p. 1745-1753 (1995)

ABSTRACT. Supermolecular ordering in tetrachorometane - methanol solutions have been studied in a wide temperature and a whole concentration intervals. Equations for functions of mixing (Gibbs energy, enthalpy, entropy, activity coefficients), static permittivity, and isotropic and anisotropic Rayleigh light scattering ratios have been derived. A model implying the formation of alhohol's chains of arbitrary length with taking into account the solvation of alcohol molecules and its supramolecular aggregates by tetrachlorometane molecules was grounded. An unified description of molecular nature for thermodynamic, dielectric and optical properties are shown. The long range molecular correlations was established.

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