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Moreover, for these molecules it appears that (dAEtJ/dT)v = 0. In these respects short-chain aliphatic compounds (as usual) behave like rigid molecules. 55 . 68 P* FIG. 23. Isochoric temperature coefficient AExj vs. packing density p* for liquids composed of rigid molecules. Parameter on some of the curves: T*. 38 A. 58. / Effect of Pressure The effect of pressure on viscosity is primarily through its effect on the (packing) density of the liquid. Just as the density and temperature are IF 10 O Acetone L\ trans Oecalin Q 1, l-Diphenylethane Solid Symbols indicate atmospheric pressure data 8 P*/T* FIG.
0 1 1/T* FIG. 16. 2 represented by following the same rules for calculating the molecule width parameter as those used with isoparaffins. This similarity in behavior is probably associated with the fact that the potential-energy barrier for transformation from the boat to the chair form of naphthenic rings is with 10 kcal/mole30 of the same order as that for coordinated rotation of two branches around quarternary carbon atoms. Details of the spatial structure of alkylated naphthene hydrocarbons must be considered if the flexibility of the alkyl side or interring chains is to be J.
Phys. 41, 344 (1964). t R. S. Porter and J. F. Johnson, Chem. Rev. 66, 1 (1966). t Evaluated from solution data. § Y. Oyanagi and M. Matsumoto, J. Colloid Sei. 17, 426 (1962). h. Flexible Hydrocarbon Molecules The high-temperature end of the generalized viscosity-temperature relations of normal paraffins with Nc ^ 12 and for most alkylated cyclic hydrocarbons with sufficiently long side chains is represented by the generalized In ηΡ* vs. (T*)~ * curves shown in Fig. 25. 14 of the rigid molecules.
Rheology. Theory and Applications, Volume 4 by Frederick R. Eirich