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

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H e solutions [204, 203, 205, 206] e 100 89,36 80,46 71,66 59,17 50,01 40,39 31,03 20,98 15,27 9,586 7,064 4,686 3,193 2,101 0,985 0 at / °C 10 20 30 40 50 39,98 34,71 30,40 26,46 21,39 17,75 14,20 10,95 7,795 6,101 4,549 3,900 3,314 2,961 2,709 2,460 2,245 37,56 32,79 28,78 25,06 20,29 16,92 13,54 10,46 7,486 5,877 4,408 3,796 3,240 2,906 2,666 2,428 2,224 35,46 31,16 27,33 23,78 19,28 16,12 12,23 10,03 7,197 5,674 4,276 3,698 3,170 2,853 2,625 2,239 2,203 33,67 29,69 26,00 22,66 18,37 15,41 12,36 9,621 6,934 5,485 4,154 3,606 3,106 2,802 2,585 2,368 2,183 32,03 28,47 24,88 21,70 17,55 14,74 11,85 9,235 6,687 5,313 4,046 3,520 3,042 2,752 2,546 2,339 2,163 [175], / = 20 °C, ν = 1 , 8 MHz φ2 ε 100 35,75 80 26,94 60 19,25 40 12,60 20 6,87 0 2,24 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Benzene ( C 6 H 6 ) * ) [207], * = 20 °C, v = 1 MHz xx 0 ε 2,282 10 25 2,274 * ) See also [169, 178, 75 50 2,267 100 2,240 2,258 2,230 209].

C 4 H 1 0O Non-aqueous 41 solutions Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - teri-Butyl alcohol ( C 4 H 1 0O ) [51] x2 = 100 t °c ε 25,43 27,32 30,01 33,00 36,32 36,17 12,377 11,985 11,458 10,899 10,338 10,365 ε °c t 39,14 41,82 44,74 48,00 49,98 °C 16,62 19,93 23,62 28,08 31,94 35,94 39,74 43,55 47,00 49,93 — — ε / t 3,424 3,414 3,411 3,411 3,409 3,408 3,406 3,403 3,398 3,392 °C x 2 = 39 ,95 t °C —0,60 +3,61 7,46 12,08 16,05 16,05 20,41 24,13 28,37 32,30 36,75 40,15 44,12 47,51 49,56 °c t ε 6,070 5,883 5,684 5,496 5,334 5,185 5,072 4,962 4,866 — — — °C 0,64 3,92 8,36 12,64 15,94 20,23 24,82 28,05 32,09 36,24 40,06 44,32 7,641 7,315 7,008 6,735 38,35 42,15 46,21 50,18 3,724 3,690 3,664 3,641 3,625 3,624 3,612 3,599 3,589 3,573 3,558 3,543 0,05 4,91 9,80 15,10 19,91 20,01 24,78 29,88 35,17 39,88 44,86 49,47 °C —0,1 +4,82 10,00 11,65 14,75 17,50 19,91 24,93 27,35 29,98 33,00 35,52 39,98 43,05 46,26 49,27 ε °C x2= * 2 = 21 ,46 t 2,760 2,773 2,786 2,798 2,807 2,817 2,827 2,834 2,842 2,848 2,852 2,854 t 4,967 4,804 4,687 4,617 4,530 4,468 4,394 4,329 4,277 4,230 4,182 4,141 * 2= 2 8 , 7 5 ε °c * 2= 4 9 , 2 3 ε 5,44 10,50 14,69 17,74 21,86 25,24 29,73 34,05 37,92 42,03 46,08 5,09 t 9,596 9,029 8,477 8,034 x, = 60,24 / °C 3,146 3,153 3,161 3,169 3,176 3,176 3,184 3,190 3,195 3,199 3,201 3,203 3,202 3,200 3,197 ε / °C ε 22,55 10,804 38,45 8,486 21,52 26,53 10,115 42,63 8,028 25,54 30,53 9,510 46,44 7,650 30,18 34,96 8,914 49,75 7,360 34,21 18,81 21,89 25,76 29,83 34,01 38,31 42,23 46,18 51,10 — — — 7,797 7,439 7,097 6,732 6,469 6,217 6,007 5,821 5,667 5,547 — — °C — 1,09 +5,77 9,86 15,18 20,11 25,49 30,34 35,06 40,49 45,20 ε °C x, = 71,37 * 2 = 4 5 , 28 t t 9,876 9,487 9,094 8,673 8,451 * 2 = 78,68 t x2 = 88,27 * , = 93,23 t 2,591 2,600 2,613 2,618 2,627 2,633 2,639 2,651 2,655 2,660 2,669 2,673 2,676 2,678 2,679 2,679 18,71 °C —0,35 +5,03 9,87 14,92 20,30 24,79 31,00 35,13 40,62 45,78 49,88 2,565 2,573 2,581 2,589 2,598 2,604 2,610 2,612 2,615 2,615 2,613 42 Non-aqueous * f= 1 3 , 5 7 C C l 4 - C 4 H 1 0O solutions x t = 6,01 x, = 7,72 2,65 1,16 * °C ε * °C 8 t °c ε t °c ε t °C ε —0,90 +5,30 10,62 15,97 20,14 25,21 30,81 34,77 39,67 44,75 49,86 2,492 2,497 2,501 2,505 2,507 2,510 2,511 2,511 2,510 2,507 2,503 2,26 +4,19 10,20 14,71 19,98 25,28 30,11 39,55 45,76 50,32 2,409 2,408 2,407 2,406 2,404 2,401 2,398 2,389 2,380 2,373 — — -1,21 +5,11 10,45 14,99 20,28 25,12 29,70 35,67 41,76 45,04 50,19 2,388 2,385 2,382 2,379 2,376 2,371 2,366 2,359 2,350 2,345 2,335 — 1,5 +4,62 10,29 15,15 20,15 25,38 30,17 35,28 40,13 45,17 50,89 2,350 2,334 2,327 2,319 2,312 2,303 2,294 2,285 2,275 2,264 2,253 —2,04 +4,86 10,25 15,14 20,32 25,38 30,49 35,15 40,16 44,98 49,21 2,317 2,306 2,295 2,286 2,275 2,265 2,254 2,244 2,233 2,223 2,213 [200], ν v === 1 MHz MHz ε at t ° c χ» 100 80,25 53,33 34,70 24,35 ε 25 35 45 55 11,9921 7,0521 3,8123 2,9661 2,7011 10,2043 6,2741 3,7693 2,9861 2,7238 8,7908 5,7978 3,7266 2,9977 2,7303 7,8390 5,4506 3,6932 3,0066 2,7319 19,16 12,69 11,23 4,66 0 at 25 35 2,6012 2,4748 2,4486 2,3390 2,2291 2,6136 2,4845 2,4450 2,3210 2,2093 / °c 45 55 2,6114 2,6071 2,4738 2,4533 2,4738 2,4533 2,3044 ' 2,2861 2,1887 2,1688 Carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) - Diethyl ether ( C 4 H i 0 O ) * ) [166, 241], * = 20 °C x2 100 90,979 81,740 70,024 ε Xt ε Xt ε 4,335 4,179 3,985 3,705 58,144 48,548 44,406 32,161 3,453 3,232 3,134 2,879 26,413 20,399 15,809 11,003 2,761 2,639 2,550 2,463 Xt Ε 6,053 3,862 0,00 2,364 2,323 2,242 * ) See also [172, 175].

178], f = 25 °C, v = l MHz x2 ε 100 21,3 40 6,17 30 5,67 [194], t=2S wt ε 100 20,87 25 4,98 10 3,28 0 2,23 °C 84,04 75,45 66,39 56,84 46,75 36,07 24,78 12,76 16,27 14,29 12,28 10,41 8,53 6,77 5,14 3,59 0 2,276 C C 1 4 — C 3H . 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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