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|Title: ||Thermodynamic properties of aqueous 4-hydroxyproline at different temperatures|
|Authors: ||KESWANI, N|
|Keywords: ||apparent molar volumes|
|Issue Date: ||2010|
|Publisher: ||ACADEMIC PRESS LTD- ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Citation: ||JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS, 42(5), 597-604|
|Abstract: ||Specific heat capacities (c(p)) and apparent molar heat capacities (C(p,2,phi)) of aqueous 4-hydroxyproline have been measured from T = (298.15 to 328.15) K over the molality range of (0.101708 to 2.031524) mol.kg(-1) using micro differential scanning calorimetry. The values of density (rho), apparent molar volume (V(2,phi)), speed of sound (u), and adiabatic apparent molar compressibility (K(S,2,phi)) have also been determined for aqueous 4-hydroxyproline from T = (288.15 to 313.15) K over the molality range of (0.037934 to 0.786476) mol.kg(-1). The results of these measurements have been used to calculate the following standard partial molar quantities and their temperature derivatives for aqueous 4-hydroxyproline as a function of temperature: C(p,2,m)degrees, (partial derivative C(p,2,m)degrees/partial derivative T)(p), (partial derivative(2)C(p,2,m)degrees/partial derivative T(2))(p), V(2,m)degrees (partial derivative V(2,m)degrees/partial derivative T)(p), (partial derivative(2)V(2,m)degrees/partial derivative T(2))(p), K(S,2,m)degrees, (partial derivative K(S,2,m)degrees/partial derivative T)(p), and (partial derivative(2)K(S,2,m)degrees/partial derivative T(2))(p). Isothermal titration calorimetry has been used to determine the heat of dilution (q) of aqueous 4-hydroxyproline and aqueous L-proline in water over the temperature range from (288.15 to 308.15) K. The results have been discussed in terms of the changes in interactions of 4-hydroxyproline and L-proline molecules in the aqueous form, and their water structure promoting ability with rise in temperature. (C) 2009|
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