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m3] values in the denominators could be neglected because the molar volume of the polymer is much higher than the molar volume of benzene or alcohol with only one or four carbon atoms.
Some solvent characteristics of interest in this study are shown in Table, including total (or Hildebrand) solubility parameter [15, 16], Gutmann's electron donor (EDN) and electron acceptor (EAN) numbers [17, 18], and molar volume [19].
the molar volume and molar refractivity) calculated [27], these options are useful tool for correlation of different properties which depend on characteristics of substituents attached to a constant reaction center.
where V and x are the molar volume and the molar fraction of the two components of the network structure, respectively.
15 K, the molar volume of saturated liquid water is calculated using IAPWS-IF97 (IAPWS 2007) using the following equation:
i] are the molar volume and solubility parameter of component i in either the light liquid phase (l) or the heavy liquid phase (h), and [v.
The third edition removes the molar volume approach to gases and treats reactions in aqueous solution before stoichiometry.
Here, p denotes pressure, v the molar volume, T the absolute temperature, and R the universal gas constant.
Again, S provided an improvement over other strictly size-related measures, including a previous molar volume correlation on the same set with an r = 0.
The status bar displays structure properties, including density, molar volume, refractive index, dielectric constant and more.
As part of this work, he measures the apparent molar volume -- how much a mole of sweetener dissolved in water changes the water's volume.
The molar solvent uptake is used instead of the swelling ratio in order to eliminate the effect of solvent molar volume on solvent absorption extent.