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Densities and Viscosities of the Quinary System: Cyclohexane (1) + m-Xylene (2) + Cyclooctane (3) + Chlorobenzene (4) + Decane (5) and Its Quaternary Subsystems at 308.15 K and 313.15 K

Densities and Viscosities of the Quinary System: Cyclohexane (1) + m-Xylene (2) + Cyclooctane (3) + Chlorobenzene (4) + Decane (5) and Its Quaternary Subsystems at 308.15 K and 313.15 K

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Published by Sepehr Hamzehlouia
The volumetric and viscometric properties of the quinary system: cyclohexane
+ m-xylene + cyclooctane + chlorobenzene + decane, were measured over the
entire composition range at 308.15 K and 313.15 K. The experimental data obtained
in the course of the present study were employed to analyze the predictive capability
of six semi-theoretical and empirical well-known viscosity models reported in the literature, namely, the generalized McAllister three-body interaction model, the pseudobinary-McAllister model, the group contribution model, the generalized corresponding states principle model, the Allan and Teja correlation, and the Grunberg and Nissan law of viscosity. The predictive capabilities of the models were compared using the percentage average absolute deviation (%AAD). The final results showed that the generalized McAllister model gives the lowest AADs of 3.3 % and 3.7 % at 308.15 K and 313.15 K, respectively.
The volumetric and viscometric properties of the quinary system: cyclohexane
+ m-xylene + cyclooctane + chlorobenzene + decane, were measured over the
entire composition range at 308.15 K and 313.15 K. The experimental data obtained
in the course of the present study were employed to analyze the predictive capability
of six semi-theoretical and empirical well-known viscosity models reported in the literature, namely, the generalized McAllister three-body interaction model, the pseudobinary-McAllister model, the group contribution model, the generalized corresponding states principle model, the Allan and Teja correlation, and the Grunberg and Nissan law of viscosity. The predictive capabilities of the models were compared using the percentage average absolute deviation (%AAD). The final results showed that the generalized McAllister model gives the lowest AADs of 3.3 % and 3.7 % at 308.15 K and 313.15 K, respectively.

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