Sonawane, Pramod D. ; Anil Kumar, (1998) Vapor pressures of nitrobenzene + tetrabutylammonium picrate at 373 k Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 43 (1). pp. 97-100. ISSN 0021-9568
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Vapor pressures of the system nitrobenzene + tetrabutylammonium picrate, which is continuously miscible from dilute solution to molten salt, are presented at 373 K over the full concentration range. The solvent activities in these systems are analyzed with the Pitzer-Simonson model and a local composition model proposed by Chen. Ion pairing has been considered for both models. The Pitzer-Simonson equations based on a combination of Debye-Huckel and van Laar terms accounting for the long- and short-range interactions, respectively, can accurately reproduce the experimental activity data using ion pairing. The activity data can also be fitted by the local composition model using two parameters.
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