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Explanation for Dnhring¦s rule?Datas are given

Explanation for Dnhring¦s rule?Datas are given

Explanation for Dnhring¦s rule?Datas are given

(OP)
A=Cyclohexanol
B=Cyclohexanona
Those are the data for the Dühring´s rule taken from a proyect.I would like to know if those datas are experimentals? I think that datas for doing Dühring´s plots are experimentals but I´m not sure.I need information about how are those plots obtained.

Twater(ºC) T of A(ºC) Twater(ºC)T of B(ºC)
    13,8       60         5         30
    22           68,5     28        60
    40           90     43,5        80
    50           102     60       102
    60           114     70       115
    70           126     80       128
    80           138     90       142
    90           150    100       154


Thanks!!

RE: Explanation for Dnhring¦s rule?Datas are given

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Parece que no te contesta nadie.

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