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Comparative Study of Experimental and Theoretical Ultrasonic Velocities of Ternary Liquid Mixtures at Different Temperatures

S. Balakrishnan1 and R. Palani2

1Professor of Physics Achariya College of Engineering Technology, Villianur, Puducherry, INDIA. e-mail: bala.phy@gmail.com. 2Associate Professor of Physics, DDE, Annamalai University, Tamilnadu, INDIA.

ABSTRACT

Theoretical values of ultrasonic velocity in the ternary mixtures of diisopropylether+2,2,2-trifluoroethanol+1-butanol have been evaluated at temperatures 303 K, 308 K and 313 K using Nomoto's Relation (UNR), Junjie's Method (UJM), Ideal Mixing Relation (UIMR), Free Length Theory (UFLT), Collision Factor Theory (UCFT) and Impedance Dependence Relation (UIDR). Theoretical values were compared with the experimental values and the validity of the theories was checked by calculating the average percentage error (APE).

Keywords : Ultrasonic velocity, Collision factor theory, Ternary liquid mixtures and Average Percentage Error (APE).