molal volume

molal volume

[′mō·ləl ′väl·yəm]
(physical chemistry)
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The probability of forming even a single knot in organic polymers of similar molecular weight is <1, a consequence of both lower flexibility on a molecular level and higher free molal volume.
Wada, "On the relation between compressibility and molal volume of organic liquids," Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, vol.
3, respectively; P is the percent (w/v) of polyacrylamide; [micro] is the dynamic viscosity of [H.sub.2]O (=1.002 centipose); K is the temperature in Kelvin; [phi] is the "association" parameter of [H.sub.2]O (=2.6); and V is the molal volume of the solute at its normal boiling point (370 [cm.sup.3] g [mol.sup.-1] for disodium fluorescein).
(2.) Hugo Patino of Coors delivered a paper on the "Adjustments to Beer Density for Carbon Dioxide Partial Molal Volume and Residual Carbonation after Degassing." (3.) Arie Drecksen of South African Breweries offered the paper "Rapid Quantification of Flavour Active Sulpher Compound in Beer." (4.) Anthony Irwin (left), of John Labatt Limited stands before his poster, "A Convenient Gas Chromatographic Method for the Identification and Quantitative Analysis of Organic Acids in Beer." (5.) Many attendees spent time talking with the representatives of the more than 20 industry suppliers represented at the convention trade show.
Shin, The Apparent molal Volumes and Adiabatic Compressibilities of Aqueous Amino acids at 25[grados]C, doi: 10.1021/j100496a007, J.
Ahluwalia, Apparent molal Volumes of Amino acids, N-acetylamino acids, and Peptides in Aqueous Solutions, doi: 10.1021/j150645a021, J.