Dielectric Properties of Binary Solutions. A Data Handbook by Y. Y. Akhadov

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Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - B u t a n - l - o l ( C 4 H 1 0O ) ε Xt at 25 35 t «>C [200] 45 ε 55 Xt 17,0997 15,8407 14,6638 13,6069 91,59 15,3527 14,0610 13,0138 12,0492 61,82 89,21 14,9138 13,6466 12,6316 11,6949 41,61 100 100 at t °C [ 1 8 4 , 181J 22 18,1 30 40 17,0 15,7 9,349 8,438 5,706 5,349 4,974 10,11 73,26 11,6742 10,5801 9,7574 9,0146 28,84 3,786 3,656 3,528 54,01 7,7084 6,9438 6,4318 5,9970 20,58 3,040 2,991 2,947 40,32 5,1016 4,7256 4,5109 4,3308 14,63 2,697 2,678 2,662 27,34 3,4995 3,3653 3,2997 3,2540 8,73 2,475 2,461 2,448 11,71 2,5535 2,5173 2,5313 5,5378 3,97 2,346 2,332 2,317 2,2291 2,2093 2,1887 2,1688 0 2,234 2,218 2,198 0 40 Non-aqueous C C l 4 - C 4 H 1 0O solutions Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Isobutanol ( C 4 H 1 0O ) at ε 100 t 25 35 [181] °C at 8 100 °C [ 1 8 4 ] 22 30 18,3 17,0 55 45 t 40 15,7 17,575 16,075 14,660 13,333 83,64 14,171 12,846 11,664 10,562 61,62 9,797 9,012 8,10 70,10 11,365 10,151 9,143 8,228 41,02 5,370 5,014 4,639 56,74 8,592 7,561 6,785 6,110 31,98 3,999 3,813 3,663 46,82 6,365 5,817 5,251 4,749 22,14 3,065 3,018 2,963 38,79 4,863 4,523 4,238 3,999 15,40 2,592 2,673 2,652 33,29 4,114 3,898 7,712 3,554 10,64 2,513 2,502 2,489 16,08 2,738 2,715 2,687 2,651 5,09 2,364 2,351 2,336 15,76 2,726 2,703 2,674 2,640 2,31 2,299 2,285 2,265 2,216 2,196 7,84 2,415 2,394 2,383 2,355 0 2,232 3,80 2,317 2,295 2,280 2,260 — — Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Butan-2-ol at ε χ» 100 30 40 15,9 14,2 22 17,3 70,69 °C [ 1 8 4 ] / 10,06 ε Xt 100 9,144 8,127 82,57 — ( C 6 H 1 0O ) at t °C [ 1 8 1 ] 25 35 45 55 15,25 13,93 12,75 11,67 12,05 10,91 9,924 9,054 8,470 7,669 6,954 5,388 40,64 4,377 4,175 3,980 67,35 9,240 30,90 3,293 55,12 6,963 6,364 5,840 3,435 3,362 20,15 2,825 2,809 2,790 42,63 4,936 4,629 4,365 4,133 15,88 2,663 2,655 2,642 35,16 4,015 3,843 3,695 3,562 9,94 2,489 2,480 2,471 21,26 2,940 2,908 2,872 2,832 3,95 2,348 2,335 — 8,66 2,431 2,416 2,395 2,382 0 2,234 2,218 4,53 2,338 2,320 2,298 2,771 ε *2 100 25 at t 35 °c 2,198 [200] 45 ε 55 *2 16,1760 14,5368 13,0194 11,6335 34,85 25 at 35 t °C [ 2 0 0 ] 45 55 3,7698 3,5979 3,5446 3,4621 91,23 13,7895 11,9814 10,6743 9,6068 27,08 3,1366 3,0545 3,0450 3,0374 63,10 7,5672 6,6903 6,0558 5,5136 13,20 2,5628 2,5269 2,5417 2,5479 51,99 5,1318 4,8131 4,5883 0 2,2291 2,1688 5,6712 2,2093 2,1887 CCI.

25 °C, 100 x2 ε 75 4,265 [177], φ2 ε 100 90 2,20 80 2,36 2,56 v = l MHz 65 3,700 43 solutions 50 3,491 25 3,210 0 2,722 2,230 f = 25 °C, v = l MHz 70 60 2,75 50 2,94 3,15 40 30 3,36 20 3,56 10 3,78 0 3,99 4,21 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - 1 - P e n t a n - l - o l ( C 5 H 1 20 ) ε x2 100 69,24 41,16 πρΗ ε πριι t °C [ 1 8 4 ] / °C [ 1 8 4 ] χ% 22 30 40 15,5 14,6 13,5 10,35 5,144 9,50 8,64 4,827 4,528 22 30 40 15,20 2,669 2,654 2,637 10,44 2,491 2,484 2,470 5,33 2,370 2,361 2,347 — 2,195 31,32 3,750 3,631 3,508 2,75 2,811 2,299 20,81 2,935 2,903 2,868 0 2,231 2,215 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Isopentyl alcohol ( C 5 H i 2 0 ) [178], / = 20 °C 100 x2 ε 14,55 ε Xt 100 76,56 40 at 25 4,61 10 3,127 0 2,502 e i °C [ 1 8 4 ] 22 30 15,6 14,6 11,5 10,64 2,230 Xt at t °C [ 1 8 4 ] 22 30 40 16,03 2,674 2,664 2,646 9,633 10,61 2,501 2,491 2,479 40 13,4 42,69 4,952 4,693 4,415 3,72 2,334 2,320 2,303 30,70 3,546 3,467 3,360 0 2,234 2,218 2,198 2,884 2,855 21,33 2,908 44 Non-aqueous c c i 4- c 6h solutions 1 2o Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - 2-Methylbutan-2-ol ( C 5 H i 2 0 ) ε *2 100 76,77 41,78 21,46 at 8 / °C [ 1 8 4 ] 22 30 40 6,201 4,302 3,085 2,679 5,849 4,270 3,119 2,689 5,532 4,237 3,140 2,693 *2 16,24 10,50 4,57 0 at t °C [ 1 8 4 ] 22 30 40 2,570 2,480 2,363 2,234 2,572 2,475 2,350 2,218 2,569 2,467 2,330 2,198 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - 1, 2, 4-Trichlorobenzene (C6H3CI3) [175], / = 20 °C, v = l , 8 MHz 100 φ2 80 6,75 ε 60 5,82 40 4,87 20 3,95 3,07 0 2,24 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Bromobenzene ( C o Η 5 Br) [180], * = 20 °C x2 ε 100 73,379 4,627 30,140 19,572 48,043 3,833 9,717 8 5,431 3,230 5,227 2,8826 2,5559 2,809 2,4080 2,3296 1,754 2,2954 ε *2 ε xt at *2 ε 0,832 2,2654 0 2,2386 — — t °C [20 1] 10 20 30 40 50 60 100,00 3,642 3,490 3,349 3,212 3,090 2,975 80,00 5,040 4,900 4,288 4,580 4,003 40,00 4,400 3,679 4,677 4,090 4,483 60,00 4,782 4,182 3,538 3,467 20,20 2,989 2,893 2,843 2,553 3,400 2,792 3,337 2,744 10,98 3,613 2,942 8,770 2,576 2,622 2,544 7,837 2,545 2,514 6,420 2,464 4,893 2,493 2,438 4,110 2,410 2,049 2,291 1,002 2,335 2,297 2,384 2,312 0 2,260 2,276 2,241 2,256 2,223 2,658 2,411 2,587 2,513 2,484 2,436 2,385 2,359 3,917 2,518 2,483 2,481 2,450 2,418 2,453 2,408 2,422 2,379 2,393 2,352 2,359 2,333 2,310 2,335 2,269 2,310 2,247 2,285 2,237 2,216 2,184 2,205 2,225 2,190 2,167 CC1« —0,Η»ΝΟ, Non-aqueous 45 solutions Carbon tetrachloride (CCU) - Chlorobenzene ( C 6 H 5 a ) ε Μ Η ζ / «>C [ 2 0 1 ] 100 74,27 48,10 21,49 10,55 8,465 7,562 5,796 4,258 3,690 2,118 0,920 0 10 20 30 40 50 5,956 5,003 4,021 3,040 2,641 2,567 2,535 2,470 2,414 2,393 2,337 2,294 2,260 5,778 4,864 3,919 2,982 2,604 2,533 2,503 2,440 2,388 2,368 2,314 2,273 2,241 5,602 4,728 3,821 2,928 2,568 2,498 2,469 2,412 2,362 2,343 2,292 2,253 2,223 5,437 4,594 3,732 2,876 2,532 2,464 2,437 2,382 2,336 2,318 2,271 2,233 2,205 5,290 4,448 3,650 2,824 2,498 2,432 2,407 2,354 2,310 2,293 2,247 2,213 2,186 60 5,154 4,363 4,363 2,774 2,246 2,403 2,378 2,329 2,285 2,270 2,226 2,192 2,167 [175], f = 25 °C, v = l , 8 MHz φ2 100 5,70 ε 80 4,96 60 4,28 40 3,56 20 2,88 0 2,24 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Fluorobenzene ( C 6 H 5 F ) [180], / = 20 °C Xt 100 75,252 50,159 8 Xt 5,472 4,574 3,748 25,702 14,836 7,594 8 2,9571 2,6479 2,4431 Xt 4,220 2,454 1,443 ε 2,3511 2,3026 2,2755 Xt 0,728 0 e 2,2570 2,2365 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Nitrobenzene ^ 6 Η 5 Ν 0 2 ) [193, 2 0 2 ] , / = 2 5 °C w1 0 0 ε 34,60 DbBS - D 23,09 35,87 57,35 71,41 85,81 100 8,20 19,37 30,92 51,83 66,66 82,87 100 31,11 26,79 22,23 15,30 10,86 6,25 10,04 2,25 46 Non-aqueous C C l 4- C .

O Non-aqueous 37 solutions [175], / = 20 °C, v = l , 8 MHz φ2 ε 100 21,07 80 16,56 60 12,47 40 8,63 20 5,13 0 2,24 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Methyl acetate ( C 3 H 6 0 2 ) [178, 241], f = 25 °C, v = l MHz 100 6,68 x2 ε 75 5,40 63,8 50 4,880 4,225 25 10 3,192 2,610 0 2,230 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - w-Propan-l-ol ( C 3 H 8 0 ) ε at χ» 22 t °C [ 1 3 4 ] 30 at e Xt 40 / '»C [ 1 8 1 ] 25 35 45 55 20,5 19,3 18,2 20,000 18,565 17,227 15,999 81,12 16,0 15,0 13,8 98,18 17,328 16,072 14,833 13,662 61,78 11,3 10,5 9,7 74,96 14,004 12,804 11,675 10,592 11,837 10,764 9,795 8,762 100 100 41,71 6,37 5,978 5,526 65,77 20,26 3,152 3,094 3,02 52,48 8,860 7,930 7,199 6,506 15,57 2,811 2,782 2,743 32,63 4,557 4,300 4,072 3,867 10,87 2,569 2,552 2,530 26,26 3,717 3,572 3,441 3,320 4,99 2,374 2,361 2,346 18,64 3,017 2,969 2,901 2,843 3,50 2,336 2,320 2,302 9,39 2,490 2,464 2,448 2,424 0 2,233 2,217 2,197 4,82 2,352 2,332 2,317 2,292 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Propan-2-ol ( C 3 H 8 0 ) [197], * = 35 °C Xt ε Xt ε Xt ε Xt ε 2,205 57,52 5,09 17,49 13,10 3,77 16,27 82,79 2,84 44,44 7,04 12,52 14,30 0 17,80 68,20 3,84 37,62 8,60 6,74 15,68 — 100 38 Non-aqueous ε at x% 100 44,69 c c i 4 — c 4h , o 3 solutions ε t °C [ 1 8 4 ] 30 22 20,1 5,886 40 at t °C [184] 22 30 40 18,7 5,609 17,2 5,24 18,66 14,69 2,848 2,821 2,790 2,668 2,656 2,607 2,642 2,591 4,519 4,29 13,68 2,623 36,05 4,706 4,481 4,220 4,04 2,488 30,96 3,832 3,690 3,554 9,73 9,72 2,495 2,476 2,484 27,45 3,434 5,06 4,52 2,367 2,355 2,338 2,878 3,426 2,854 3,34 19,1 2,358 2,344 2,328 — — — 2,233 2,217 2,197 37,65 — 2,826 0 2,465 2,470 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Acetic anhydride (C4H6O3) [175], / = 20°C, v = l , 8 MHz 100 ψ2 ε 22,45 80 60 16,67 13,25 40 20 8,95 0 5,18 2,24 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - 1, 4-Dioxan ( C 4 H 8 0 2 ) [166], χ» ε χ» t = 20°C ε χ» ε 100 93,764 2,229 77,369 2,257 29,901 2,268 2,237 62,730 2,267 18,113 86,195 2,246 46,980 2,270 8,885 2,261 2,252 Xt 0 — — ε 2,242 — — Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Ethyl acetate ( C 4 H 8 0 2 ) [199], / = 25°C, ν = 4,5 MHz Xt 0,0 9,2 16,9 23,3 28,9 33,6 ε 6,02 5,81 5,56 5,36 Χχ 37,8 41,5 44,8 47,7 ε Χι ε 4,73 4,54 55,9 3,77 59,2 3,62 4,41 62,8 3,43 4,24 3,36 3,02 100 — — 2,79 — 5,15 50,3 4,10 67,0 71,8 4,93 53,0 3,92 77,2 Χ\ 83,6 91,1 ε 2,60 2,36 2,228 — — — C C l 4 - C 4 H 1 0O Non-aqueous 39 solutions [178], t = 2b°C 100 6,03 x2 ε 75 5,11 [198], 100 6,053 x2 β 50 4,201 81,31 74,77 61,23 48,66 35,82 23,44 11,47 5,387 5,148 4,647 4,171 3,678 3,184 2,707 [34, 180], at t e 100 77,69 64,16 51,03 37,26 21,05 0 2,230 t = 25°C Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - tert-Butyl Xt 25 3,220 chloride (C4H9CI) *) v = l MHz °c at ε 20 10 0 — 11,4 10,04 7,832 6,762 5,775 4,731 3,305 10,61 8,270 7,122 6,036 4,911 3,612 11,25 8,720 7,487 6,283 5,114 3,723 12,05 9,276 7,913 6,636 5,360 3,855 0 2,2364 Xt —22 20 t — 11,4 0 10 °c 12,09 11,98 2,936 3,000 3,068 2,151 9,855 8,87 2,712 2,760 2,812 2,875 8,178 4,23 2,471 2,509 2,548 2,502 6,782 1,39 2,319 2,347 2,374 2,407 5,603 0 2,240 2,258 2,276 2,300 3,978 -22 3,227 2,937 2,632 2,437 2,324 * ) In [34] the variation of e with t is given also for - 3 0 ° and - 7 0 ° C .

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