Ch. Praveen Babu, G. Pavan Kumar, B. Nagarjun, K. Samatha, Theoretical Evaluation of Ultrasonic Velocities of Binary Liquid Mixtures of 1-Bromopropane in Chlorobenzene at 303.15, 308.15, 313.15 and 318.15 K, Volume 30, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 30)
    Theoretical velocities of binary liquid mixtures of 1-bromopropane with chlorobenzene at 2 MHz and four different temperatures 303.15, 308.15, 313.15 and 318.15 K, have been evaluated as a function of concentration and temperature. The experimental values are compared with theoretical models of liquid mixtures such as Nomoto, Van Dael-Vangeel, Impedance Relation, Rao’s Specific Velocity Method, Junjie’s relations and Free Length Theory. In the chosen system there is a good agreement between experimental and theoretical values calculated by Nomoto’s theory. The deviation in the variation of U2exp/U2imx from unity has also been evaluated for explaining the non ideality in the mixtures. The results are explained in terms of intermolecular interactions occurring in these binary liquid mixtures.
    1-Bromopropane, Chlorobenzene, Molecular Interactions, Ultrasonic Velocity