Correlation of solute partitioning into isooctane from water and from the gas phase based on updated Abraham equations

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This article discusses the correlation of solute partitioning into isooctane from water and from the gas phase based on updated Abraham equations.

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Stephens, Timothy W.; Wilson, Anastasia; Dabadge, Nishu; Tian, Amy; Zimmerman, Malcolm; Hensley, Hali J. et al. 2012.

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    Place of Publication: [Tamil Nadu, India]

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This article discusses the correlation of solute partitioning into isooctane from water and from the gas phase based on updated Abraham equations.

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Abstract: Experimental data have been compiled from the published literature on the partition coefficients of solutes and vapors into isooctane at 298 K. The logarithms of the water-to-isooctane partition coefficients, log P, and gas-to-isooctane partition coefficients, log K, were correlated with the Abraham solvation parameter model. The derived mathematical expressions described the observed log P and log K data to within average deviations of 0.13 log units or less, which corresponds to a percent deviation between the calculated and observed partition coefficient of approximately 30% or less.

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  • Global Journal of Physical Chemistry, 2012, Tamil Nadu: Cognizure

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  • Publication Title: Global Journal of Physical Chemistry
  • Volume: 3
  • Issue: 9
  • Page Start: 1
  • Page End: 16
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Stephens, Timothy W.; Wilson, Anastasia; Dabadge, Nishu; Tian, Amy; Zimmerman, Malcolm; Hensley, Hali J. et al. Correlation of solute partitioning into isooctane from water and from the gas phase based on updated Abraham equations, article, 2012; [Tamil Nadu, India]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc174729/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Arts and Sciences.