The acoustical parameters of glycine, a-alanine and ß-alanine have been measured in aqueous and aqueous D-Glucose solutions at 298.15K. The molar sound velocity (R), molar compressibility (W), free length (Lf), free volume (Vf), internal pressure (pi), relaxation time (t), ultrasonic attenuation (a/f2) and Van der- Waals constant (b) values have been calculated from the experimental data. These parameters are used to discuss the molecular interactions in the solutions.
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Sanjibita Das, Upendra N. Dash. Acoustic Parameters of Glycine, α-Alanine and β-Alanine in Aqueous and Aqueous D-Glucose Solutions At 298.15 K. Asian J. Research Chem. 5(1): January 2012; Page 53-56.