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Santos Otin – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • (Vapour + liquid) equilibria for the binary mixtures (1-propanol + dibromomethane, or + Bromochloromethane, or + 1,2-dichloroethane or + 1-bromo-2-chloroethane) at T = 313.15 K
    The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 2020
    Co-Authors: Vanesa Gil-hernandez, Manuela Artal, Santos Otin, Pilar García-giménez, Inmaculada Velasco

    Abstract:

    Abstract Isothermal (vapour + liquid) equilibria (VLE) at 313.15 K have been measured for liquid 1-propanol + dibromomethane, or + Bromochloromethane or + 1,2-dichloroethane or + 1-bromo-2-chloroethane mixtures. The VLE data were reduced using the Redlich–Kister equation taking into consideration the vapour phase imperfection in terms of the 2nd molar virial coefficients. The excess molar Gibbs free energies of all the studied mixtures are positive and ranging from 794 J · mol−1 for (1-propanol + Bromochloromethane) and 1052 J · mol−1 for (1-propanol + 1-bromo-2-chloroethane), at x = 0.5. The experimental results are compared with modified UNIFAC predictions.

  • vapour liquid equilibrium at t 308 15 k for binary systems dibromomethane n heptane bromotrichloromethane n heptane bromotrichloromethane dibromomethane bromotrichloromethane Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane Bromochloromethane experimental data
    Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2015
    Co-Authors: Lourdes Martinezbanos, Jose Munoz Embid, Santos Otin, Manuela Artal

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this paper, the isothermal vapour–liquid equilibrium (VLE) at T = 308.15 K have been measured for liquid binary systems dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane by a dynamic method. The VLE data have been reduced using the Redlich–Kister equation taking into consideration the vapour phase imperfection in terms of 2nd molar virial coefficients and molar excess Gibbs energies, G m E , have been calculated. The experimental G m E is positive for all systems presenting the greatest value for dibromomethane + n-heptane and a negligible value for dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane system. From our experimental data and those reported in the literature, phase and volumetric behaviour of the binary systems containing dibromomethane, Bromochloromethane, bromotrichloromethane or n-heptane have been modelled. Two equations of state, EoS, of different formulation have been used obtaining a good agreement for all systems. The mean relative deviations for the studied properties are MRD (P) = 1.57%, AAD (y) = 0.0116 and MRD (ρ) = 0.55% for Peng–Robinson EoS, and MRD (P) = 1.20%, AAD (y) = 0.0093 and MRD (ρ) = 0.38% for PC-SAFT EoS.

  • Vapour–liquid equilibrium at T = 308.15 K for binary systems: Dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane. E
    Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2015
    Co-Authors: Lourdes Martínez-baños, Santos Otin, Jose Munoz Embid, Manuela Artal

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this paper, the isothermal vapour–liquid equilibrium (VLE) at T = 308.15 K have been measured for liquid binary systems dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane by a dynamic method. The VLE data have been reduced using the Redlich–Kister equation taking into consideration the vapour phase imperfection in terms of 2nd molar virial coefficients and molar excess Gibbs energies, G m E , have been calculated. The experimental G m E is positive for all systems presenting the greatest value for dibromomethane + n-heptane and a negligible value for dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane system. From our experimental data and those reported in the literature, phase and volumetric behaviour of the binary systems containing dibromomethane, Bromochloromethane, bromotrichloromethane or n-heptane have been modelled. Two equations of state, EoS, of different formulation have been used obtaining a good agreement for all systems. The mean relative deviations for the studied properties are MRD (P) = 1.57%, AAD (y) = 0.0116 and MRD (ρ) = 0.55% for Peng–Robinson EoS, and MRD (P) = 1.20%, AAD (y) = 0.0093 and MRD (ρ) = 0.38% for PC-SAFT EoS.

Manuela Artal – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • (Vapour + liquid) equilibria for the binary mixtures (1-propanol + dibromomethane, or + Bromochloromethane, or + 1,2-dichloroethane or + 1-bromo-2-chloroethane) at T = 313.15 K
    The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 2020
    Co-Authors: Vanesa Gil-hernandez, Manuela Artal, Santos Otin, Pilar García-giménez, Inmaculada Velasco

    Abstract:

    Abstract Isothermal (vapour + liquid) equilibria (VLE) at 313.15 K have been measured for liquid 1-propanol + dibromomethane, or + Bromochloromethane or + 1,2-dichloroethane or + 1-bromo-2-chloroethane mixtures. The VLE data were reduced using the Redlich–Kister equation taking into consideration the vapour phase imperfection in terms of the 2nd molar virial coefficients. The excess molar Gibbs free energies of all the studied mixtures are positive and ranging from 794 J · mol−1 for (1-propanol + Bromochloromethane) and 1052 J · mol−1 for (1-propanol + 1-bromo-2-chloroethane), at x = 0.5. The experimental results are compared with modified UNIFAC predictions.

  • vapour liquid equilibrium at t 308 15 k for binary systems dibromomethane n heptane bromotrichloromethane n heptane bromotrichloromethane dibromomethane bromotrichloromethane Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane Bromochloromethane experimental data
    Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2015
    Co-Authors: Lourdes Martinezbanos, Jose Munoz Embid, Santos Otin, Manuela Artal

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this paper, the isothermal vapour–liquid equilibrium (VLE) at T = 308.15 K have been measured for liquid binary systems dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane by a dynamic method. The VLE data have been reduced using the Redlich–Kister equation taking into consideration the vapour phase imperfection in terms of 2nd molar virial coefficients and molar excess Gibbs energies, G m E , have been calculated. The experimental G m E is positive for all systems presenting the greatest value for dibromomethane + n-heptane and a negligible value for dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane system. From our experimental data and those reported in the literature, phase and volumetric behaviour of the binary systems containing dibromomethane, Bromochloromethane, bromotrichloromethane or n-heptane have been modelled. Two equations of state, EoS, of different formulation have been used obtaining a good agreement for all systems. The mean relative deviations for the studied properties are MRD (P) = 1.57%, AAD (y) = 0.0116 and MRD (ρ) = 0.55% for Peng–Robinson EoS, and MRD (P) = 1.20%, AAD (y) = 0.0093 and MRD (ρ) = 0.38% for PC-SAFT EoS.

  • Vapour–liquid equilibrium at T = 308.15 K for binary systems: Dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane. E
    Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2015
    Co-Authors: Lourdes Martínez-baños, Santos Otin, Jose Munoz Embid, Manuela Artal

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this paper, the isothermal vapour–liquid equilibrium (VLE) at T = 308.15 K have been measured for liquid binary systems dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane by a dynamic method. The VLE data have been reduced using the Redlich–Kister equation taking into consideration the vapour phase imperfection in terms of 2nd molar virial coefficients and molar excess Gibbs energies, G m E , have been calculated. The experimental G m E is positive for all systems presenting the greatest value for dibromomethane + n-heptane and a negligible value for dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane system. From our experimental data and those reported in the literature, phase and volumetric behaviour of the binary systems containing dibromomethane, Bromochloromethane, bromotrichloromethane or n-heptane have been modelled. Two equations of state, EoS, of different formulation have been used obtaining a good agreement for all systems. The mean relative deviations for the studied properties are MRD (P) = 1.57%, AAD (y) = 0.0116 and MRD (ρ) = 0.55% for Peng–Robinson EoS, and MRD (P) = 1.20%, AAD (y) = 0.0093 and MRD (ρ) = 0.38% for PC-SAFT EoS.

Jose Munoz Embid – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • vapour liquid equilibrium at t 308 15 k for binary systems dibromomethane n heptane bromotrichloromethane n heptane bromotrichloromethane dibromomethane bromotrichloromethane Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane Bromochloromethane experimental data
    Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2015
    Co-Authors: Lourdes Martinezbanos, Jose Munoz Embid, Santos Otin, Manuela Artal

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this paper, the isothermal vapour–liquid equilibrium (VLE) at T = 308.15 K have been measured for liquid binary systems dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane by a dynamic method. The VLE data have been reduced using the Redlich–Kister equation taking into consideration the vapour phase imperfection in terms of 2nd molar virial coefficients and molar excess Gibbs energies, G m E , have been calculated. The experimental G m E is positive for all systems presenting the greatest value for dibromomethane + n-heptane and a negligible value for dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane system. From our experimental data and those reported in the literature, phase and volumetric behaviour of the binary systems containing dibromomethane, Bromochloromethane, bromotrichloromethane or n-heptane have been modelled. Two equations of state, EoS, of different formulation have been used obtaining a good agreement for all systems. The mean relative deviations for the studied properties are MRD (P) = 1.57%, AAD (y) = 0.0116 and MRD (ρ) = 0.55% for Peng–Robinson EoS, and MRD (P) = 1.20%, AAD (y) = 0.0093 and MRD (ρ) = 0.38% for PC-SAFT EoS.

  • Vapour–liquid equilibrium at T = 308.15 K for binary systems: Dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane. E
    Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2015
    Co-Authors: Lourdes Martínez-baños, Santos Otin, Jose Munoz Embid, Manuela Artal

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this paper, the isothermal vapour–liquid equilibrium (VLE) at T = 308.15 K have been measured for liquid binary systems dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane and dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane by a dynamic method. The VLE data have been reduced using the Redlich–Kister equation taking into consideration the vapour phase imperfection in terms of 2nd molar virial coefficients and molar excess Gibbs energies, G m E , have been calculated. The experimental G m E is positive for all systems presenting the greatest value for dibromomethane + n-heptane and a negligible value for dibromomethane + Bromochloromethane system. From our experimental data and those reported in the literature, phase and volumetric behaviour of the binary systems containing dibromomethane, Bromochloromethane, bromotrichloromethane or n-heptane have been modelled. Two equations of state, EoS, of different formulation have been used obtaining a good agreement for all systems. The mean relative deviations for the studied properties are MRD (P) = 1.57%, AAD (y) = 0.0116 and MRD (ρ) = 0.55% for Peng–Robinson EoS, and MRD (P) = 1.20%, AAD (y) = 0.0093 and MRD (ρ) = 0.38% for PC-SAFT EoS.

  • excess molar volumes and speed of sound in bromotrichloromethane n heptane dibromomethane n heptane bromotrichloromethane dibromomethane and bromotrichloromethane Bromochloromethane at temperatures from 293 15 to 313 15 k
    Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 2013
    Co-Authors: Lourdes Martinezbanos, Jose Munoz Embid, Clara Rivas, Santos Otin

    Abstract:

    Density and speed of sound of four binary mixtures bromotrichloromethane + n-heptane, dibromomethane + n-heptane, bromotrichloromethane + dibromomethane, and bromotrichloromethane + Bromochloromethane were measured over the entire range of composition in the temperature range from T = 293.15 K to T = 313.15 K. Excess molar volumes and deviation in isentropic compressibility have been calculated from experimental measurements and fitted to a Redlich–Kister equation to derive binary coefficients and the standard deviation.