Dependence of the Viscosity of Bromobenzene on Pressure Up to 400 MPa View Full Text


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2022-06-22

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Hiroshi Yamawaki

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In this study, the resonance peak of the fundamental mode of a quartz crystal resonator was measured for bromobenzene under high pressures. Several resonators were used for measurement at atmospheric or high pressures; a 20-MHz quartz crystal resonator, owing to its relatively strong intensity, was selected. The square root of the product of viscosity (η) and density was obtained from the bandwidth of the resonance peaks using the 20-MHz quartz crystal resonator. The pressure dependence of viscosity up to 400 MPa was estimated at 293 K, 313 K, and 333 K, using previously reported values of density. At these temperatures, ln η almost linearly increased with pressure, i.e., η exponentially increased with pressure. Fitting was performed using a linear equation, which revealed that the pressure dependence of the viscosity of the sample was within 5 % of the absolute average deviation. More... »

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