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The Thermodynamic Studies of Derivative of Thiabendazole in 1, 4 Dioxane System in the Temperature Range 303 to 323 K

Avinash Sonar


Densities, viscosities of some derivatives of thiabendazole in 1, 4 dioxane were measured in the temperature range 303 to 323 K. The viscosity was determined by John-Dole equation. The data has been used to calculate thermodynamic parameters.  G and  H are negative and  S is positive which indicate the spontaneity of reaction according to thermodynamics.

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