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Excess enthalpies of ten binary mixtures of each of methyl methylthiomethyl sulfoxide (MMTSO) and dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) with one of the cycloethers (oxane, 1,3- and 1,4-dioxanes, oxolane and 1,3-dioxolane) have been determined at 298.15 K. All the mixtures show positive excess enthalpies over the whole composition range. Excess enthalpies of the cycloether + MMTSO or DMSO decrease with increasing number of oxygen atoms in the cycloether molecules, except for oxolane + MMTSO. Excess enthalpies of MMTSO + cycloethers are smaller than those of DMSO + cycloethers for the same cycloether except for the 1,3-dioxolane mixtures.

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The molar excess enthalpies of 1,2- and 1,3-propanediamine+1,2- and 1,3-propanediol have been determined at 298.15 K by using a twin-microcalorimeter which requires each component liquid 1 to 1.5 cm3 for a series of runs over the whole range of mole fraction. All excess enthalpies are exothermic and large. An equilibrium constant K1 expressed in terms of mole fractions and standard enthalpy of formation of 1:1 complex have been evaluated by ideal mixtures of momomeric molecules and their associated complexes.

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In the search of a useful method for determining excess enthalpies as a function of temperature Calvet calorimetry was employed. To this end, excess molar enthalpies

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at 298.15 and 333.15 K and excess molar heat capacities
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within 283.15–333.15 K were determined for the 1-decanol+n-decane system over the whole composition range. An isothermal flow Calvet-type calorimeter was used for
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measurements, whereas
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were determined by means of a Setaram Micro DSC calorimeter. Excess enthalpies within 283.15–333.15 K were indirectly obtained through the integration of
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(T) data using
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at 298.15 K. The results obtained at 333.15 K agreed with those determined directly, implying the thermodynamic consistency of the measured data and, therefore, the reliability of the indirect method.

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: B. Marongiu, Silvia Porcedda, D. Falconieri, Alessandra Piras, E. Matteoli, and L. Lepori

and excess enthalpies, H E . Experimental Materials All organic chemicals were high purity reagents purchased from Sigma-Aldrich and were used without further purification. Their properties and

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Excess enthalpies and excess isobaric heat capacities of binary mixtures consisting of acetonitrile, dimethylformamide and benzene were measured at 298.15 K. Excess enthalpy of acetonitrile + benzene is positive and that of acetonitrile + dimethylformamide is negative. That of dimethylformamide + benzene is positive and nearly equals to zero as shown in the previous report [1]. Excess heat capacities of acetonitrile + benzene and benzene + dimethylformamide change sign from negative to positive with increase of benzene. That of acetonitrile + dimethylformamide is not simple. It is slightly positive near both ends of mole fraction and not so large negative in the middle of mole fraction. The curve tends to flatten in that region.

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-tolunitrile ( A 9 ) and p -fluorobenzonitrile ( F 8 ) are solid at 298.15 K, the excess enthalpies change for ( o + p ) and ( m + p )- A 9 / F 8 cannot be measured directly by mixing the two pure liquids. For this reason, liquid solutions of binary

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The excess molar enthalpies HE of binary mixtures of formamide with N-methylformamide, N-ethylformamide, N-methylacetamide, N-ethylacetamide and N-methylpropion-amide have been measured as functions of the mole fraction at 308.15 K, using an isoperibol rotating calorimeter. The experimental values of HE are negative for all mixtures over the whole composition range. Intermolecular interactions in these mixtures are discussed through comparison of the results with those for corresponding binary mixtures of water.

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The excess enthalpy of mixing versus composition was studied at 293.15 K and 303.15 K for some binary mixtures of methanol with pyridine bases. The results are presented in Tables.

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A flow microcalorimeter has been used to determine excess enthalpies, H E, at 298.15 K for binary mixtures of chloroalkylbenzenes (1)+n-heptane or cyclohexane (2). All systems are characterized by positive values of H Es. These data along with the data available in the literature on H E, molar excess Gibbs energies, G E, and liquid-vapour equilibria (LVE) are treated in the framework of DISQUAC. Using a set of adjusted contact interchange energies parameters, structure dependent, the model provides a fairly consistent description of the thermodynamic properties as a function of concentration. The occurrence of the ‘hetero-proximity effect’ between C6H5-and-Cl groups is suggested by the variation of the interchange parameters.

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The experimental data of excess enthalpies for β-carotene/n-alkane+n-alkane/AOT/water systems at 298.15 K are reported. The H E dependence on AOT (sodium bis(2-ethylhexyl) sulfosuccinate) concentration and hydrocarbon chain length was investigated. The excess enthalpy was measured using the flow microcalorimeter UNIPAN type 600.

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