Physical Chemistry: Reports Outline Physical Chemistry Study Finding

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY: REPORTS OUTLINE PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY STUDY FINDINGS FROM V.A. ATOYAN AND COLLEAGUES

Science Letter
October 7, 2008

According to recent research published in the Russian Journal of
Physical Chemistry a, "Methyl heptyl ketone was shown to obey the
law of corresponding states as concerns the velocity of sound and
adiabatic compressibility."

"An equation for the determination of the inversion temperature
depending on the number of carbon and hydrogen atoms in molecules of
liquids of this group was obtained. The inversion temperatures of
11 liquid ketones were found and used to calculate their critical
temperatures," wrote V.A. Atoyan and colleagues (see also Physical
Chemistry).

The researchers concluded: "The paper presents the adiabatic
compressibilities of these liquids over the temperature (273-473 K)
and pressure ranges (from 0.1 to 160 MPa) studied."

Atoyan and colleagues published their study in Russian Journal of
Physical Chemistry a (On the applicability of the law of corresponding
states to liquid methyl heptyl ketone. Russian Journal of Physical
Chemistry a, 2008;82(9):1605-1609).

For additional information, contact V.A. Atoyan, Armenian State
University, Stepanakert, Armenia.

The publisher’s contact information for the Russian Journal of Physical
Chemistry a is: Maik Nauka, Interperiodica, Springer, 233 Spring St.,
New York, NY 10013-1578, USA.

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