Using heats of mixing data only, the temperature dependent parameters of the local composition models NRTL and UNIQUAC have been estimated and presented in the first part of this series. Here, these parameters are employed to predict the calorimetric properties: these are the heats of mixing hE, partial molar heats of mixing at infinite dilution ΔHi, and excess heat capacities CpE. Limiting activity coefficients are also estimated at different isotherms. All the predictions have been compared with experimental values. The NRTL and UNIQUAC models satisfactorily represent heats of mixing data at different isotherms for highly non-ideal and partially miscible systems. However, predictions in the region of high dilution are not always satisfactory, especially for associating mixtures. The values of CpE obtained from the differentiation of equations for hE are poor. Also, the predicted values of γi∞ show large deviations from the experimental values.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry