ULTRASONIC STUDIES ON NON-AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF CARBON TETRA CHLORIDE IN TOLUENE
Keywords:Carbon Tetra Chloride, Toluene, Ultrasonic Velocity, Rao’s Constant, Adiabatic compressibility
Ultrasonic studies are extensively used in the conformational analysis of organic molecules. In the present work, attempts have been made to
investigate the behaviour of Carbon Tetra Chloride and Toluene at various concentrations also at different temperatures. The Ultrasonic velocity,
viscosity and density are measured experimentally. In order to get more information on the nature and strength of molecular interaction, we have
calculated the other related acoustical parameter such as adiabatic compressibility, intermolecular free length, Rao’s constant, internal pressure,
and free volume, relaxation time, acoustical impedance and Gibb’s energy. The non-linear variations of these derived acoustical parameters with
different concentration of the solute explained on the basis of structural changes occurring in a solution.