Densities, Excess Volumes and Partial Molar Volumes of Lauryl Methacrylate Solutions in Some Organic Solvents


Valentin Serheyev

Densities and excess volumes of the binary systems of lauryl (dodecyl) methacrylate with hexane, benzene, 1,2-diclorethane and acetic acid have been measured as a function of concentration, at 293 K and atmospheric pressure by pycnometric methods. The calculated excess volumes were approximated by polynomials.

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