Study of Physical Properties for Sodium acetate with Water and Water - Acetone mixtures at Different Temperatures


  • Ahmed Mohammed Abbas Collage of education for pure science, Ibn Al-haithem,Baghdad University, Iraq.
  • Zainab Wajdi Ahmed Collage of education for pure science, Ibn Al-haithem,Baghdad University, Iraq
  • Alaa Fadhil Sulaiman Collage of education for pure science, Ibn Al-haithem,Baghdad University, Iraq
  • Issam AbdalKreem AbdalLatif Collage of education for pure science, Ibn Al-haithem,Baghdad University, Iraq



sodium acetate, molecular interactions, density, viscosity, apparent molal volume, Jones–Dole equation.


In this study binary and ternary solutions are prepared by using the sodium acetate concentrations (0.1, 0.125, 0.2, 0.25, 0.4, 0.5, 0.8, 1 M) in water and acetone –water mixtures .The important parameters such as apparent molal volume, the partial molal volume transfer,  apparent  molal compressibility, free energy of activation of viscous flow and thermodynamic activation parameter (enthalpy and entropy) determined of sodium acetate in water , 20%, 40% ,60% and 80% V/V acetone –water mixtures at 298.15K, 303.15K, and 308.15K from density and viscosity measurements espectively. The limiting apparent molal volumes and experimental slopes were derived from the Masson equation, have been interpreted in terms of solute–solvent and solute–solute interactions  respectively. The viscosity data were analyzed using theJones–Dole equation and the derived parameter B - coefficient has also been interpreted in terms of solute–solvent interactions in the solutions. 


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How to Cite

A. M. Abbas, Z. W. Ahmed, A. F. Sulaiman, and I. A. AbdalLatif, “Study of Physical Properties for Sodium acetate with Water and Water - Acetone mixtures at Different Temperatures”, MJS, vol. 27, no. 4, Feb. 2017.



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