Acoustic and volumetric properties of aqueous solution of levofloxacin nickel complexes at 308K
The density and ultrasonic velocity were measured for aqueous solutions of nickel complex and its ternary complex with 1,10-phenanthroline at 308 K. Using the experimental data, adiabatic compressibility , acoustic impedance , intermolecular free length and hydration number , apparent molar volume , limiting apparent molar volume , apparent molar compressibility , limiting apparent molar compressibility and their associated constants were calculated. These parameters were used to study the ion-solvent interaction in each solution.
Keywords: Ultrasonic Velocity, Hydration Number, Adiabatic Compressibility, Apparent Molar Volume, Apparent Molar Compressibility.
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