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IJSTR >> Volume 2- Issue 4, April 2013 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Solubility And Conductivity Study Of Li- Picrate In (PC+THF) Mixture In Different Temperature

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Ashoke Hazra

 

KEYWORDS

Key words: - conductivity, ion-pair, ion-dissociation, Li-Picrate, (PC+THF) mixture, solubility, temperature,

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract:- Present paper describe the preparation, solubility and conductivity study of Li-Picrate in different pecntage of propylene carbonate(PC) and tetrahydro furan(THF) mixture. From supported by absorbance data this primary study it may be concluded that room temperature solubility of Li-Picrate in mixed ( PC+THF ) solvents at different percentage is higher than the higher temperatures. Conductivity data helps us to concluded that if we go from room temperature to higher temperature conductance increases for Li-Picrate in ( PC+THF ) solvents at different percentage. It is due to the switch over of ion-pair to ionic dissociation of Li-Picrate salt.

 

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