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Solubility Studies of Sodium Azide in Liquid Ammonia by in situ Ultrasonic Velocity Measurement


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Author(s): Baser HH, Schwieger W, Freitag D, Steigerwald T, Schlücker E
Publisher: Wiley-VCH Verlag
Publication year: 2017
ISSN: 1521-4125

Abstract

Ultrasonic velocity measurement data has been established as a simple and convenient tool to determine different thermodynamic properties of liquids and solutions. Such measurements were carried out in situ to determine the solubility of NaN in liquid ammonia within a defined temperature range. Different mixtures of NaN in ammonia were prepared and the ultrasonic velocities of these mixtures were measured within this temperature range in order to compile calibration curves. Further, these calibration curves were used to calculate the solubility in a saturated solution.



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APA: Baser, H.-H., Schwieger, W., Freitag, D., Steigerwald, T., & Schlücker, E. (2017). Solubility Studies of Sodium Azide in Liquid Ammonia by in situ Ultrasonic Velocity Measurement. Chemical Engineering and Technology. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ceat.201700146

MLA: Baser, Hasan-Hüseyin, et al. "Solubility Studies of Sodium Azide in Liquid Ammonia by in situ Ultrasonic Velocity Measurement." Chemical Engineering and Technology (2017).

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