International Journal of Innovation and Research in Educational Sciences
Effect on the Upper Consolute Temperature (UCT) of a Partially Miscible Phenol-water Solution with Addition of Ionic Compounds like NaCl, KCl, and Organic Compounds like C10H8 (Naphthalene), and C10H16O (Camphor) Producing a Ternary System
Critical Solution Temperature, Consolute Temperature, Ionic and Organic Impurities in Phenol Water System, Phenol Water System, Ternary System
Phenolic compounds are ubiquitous in today’s modern pharmaceutics with immense uses in the aviation to paint and to the cosmetics industries. Phenol’s properties have been studied for centuries, particularly its partial miscibility with water...