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“…The solubility data for a number of chlorofluorocarbons in nonvolatile polar organic solvents have been modeled assuming a specific interaction per molecule (Mastrangelo, 1959A;Albright et al, 1962). The specific interaction is probably a form of hydrogen bonding, although a number of other interactions (steric hindrances or interactions among polar groups) may also occur.…”
Section: Hfc-i34a/glycol Interactionsmentioning
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“…The solubility data for a number of chlorofluorocarbons in nonvolatile polar organic solvents have been modeled assuming a specific interaction per molecule (Mastrangelo, 1959A;Albright et al, 1962). The specific interaction is probably a form of hydrogen bonding, although a number of other interactions (steric hindrances or interactions among polar groups) may also occur.…”
Section: Hfc-i34a/glycol Interactionsmentioning
“…The specific interaction is probably a form of hydrogen bonding, although a number of other interactions (steric hindrances or interactions among polar groups) may also occur. The relevant theory that has been proposed by Mastrangelo (1959a) assumes that the dissolution takes place through the formation of a complex, R .…”
Section: Hfc-i34a/glycol Interactionsmentioning
“…Some of the solvents previously investigated contain more than one polar group, for example tetraethylene glycol dimethyl ether has five ether oxygen. Mastrangelo (5) proposed a method involving activity and activity coefficients of predicting the number of solute molecules that complex (or hydrogen bond) with each solvent molecule. This correlation requires sohbility data at relatively low concentrations of solute in the solution.…”
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“…, and K, can be evaluated at a given tcmperature by plotting an vs. yR; the plot at lower activity values is essentially a straight line whose intercept is K,, and the slope at uIc = 0 is K,. The iunctionality f (number of active sites per molecule) and the equilibrium constant K then can be determined from Equations (4) and( 5 ) .The calculation of ylc and a, from the experimental P-T-X data is done independently of any microscopic modcl proposed to explain the data. However the calculated yn and an serve to test the model so that their calculation indirectly affects conclusions about the validity of the model.Mastrangelo caIculated yR and an from his data with the equations as this relation resulted simply in his statistical thermodynamic development of Equation ( 3 ) and his data were at relatively low pressure.…”
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