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partial molar volume
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partial molar volume[′pär·shəl ′mō·lər ′väl·yəm]
That portion of the volume of a solution or mixture related to the molar content of one of the components within the solution or mixture.
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Variation of partial molar volume
transfer [[DELTA].sub.trs] [V.sup.0.sub.[phi]] / [m.sup.3] x [mol.sup.-1] at infinite dilution of sodium saccharin from water to fructose solutions with concentration (m) of fructose at different temperatures.
The density [p.sub.[infinity]]([w.sub.[infinity]] (p')) of PMMA as a function of the water content at equilibrium reflects the partial molar volumes
[[bar.v].sub.i] of the mixed components.
K., 2004, "A Study of Partial Molar Volumes
of Citric Acid and Tartaric Acid in Water and Binary Mixtures of Ethanol at various Temperatures", J.