Qualitative Analysis of Clustering in Aqueous Alcohol Solutions. II
Keywords:solutions, water, monoatomic alcohols, elementary clusters, singular point
Specific features of the clustering in aqueous solutions of monoatomic alcohols have been discussed. Main attention is focused on details of the clustering in water-ethanol solutions. The clustering degree is supposed to depend on the nteraction between ethanol and water molecules, as well as on the ordering degree of the H-bond network in water, which changes with the temperature and concentration of the alcohol. The elementary cluster volume is assumed to be smaller than the sum of the molecular volumes of components that form this cluster. The clustering degree in aqueous solutions of methanol and ethanol and its concentration and temperature dependences are determined.
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