Rheology: Theory and Applications, Vol. 4 by Frederick R. Eirich

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5, p. 127. Carlo Colombo, Pbl. 1955; R. W. Schiessler et al, Ind. Eng. Chem. 47, 1660 (1955). 26 A. 0 1 1/T* FIG. 16. 2 represented by following the same rules for calculating the molecule width parameter as those used with isoparaffins. This similarity in behavior is probably associated with the fact that the potential-energy barrier for transformation from the boat to the chair form of naphthenic rings is with 10 kcal/mole30 of the same order as that for coordinated rotation of two branches around quarternary carbon atoms.

6, 34 (1958). The overall shape of certain inorganic molecules, such as Br Br \ / Ga / \ Br Br \ / Ga / \ Br Br is somewhere between that of the tightly branched isoparaffins and the cycloparaffins. Accordingly, one finds that their viscosity-temperature curves closely coincide with those of the stiff isoparaffins. The absence of 1. VISCOSITY AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE O 25 Cycloh exane □ Methylcyclohexane O Ethyl cyclohexane \7 n-Butylcyclohexane O 1,2-Dicylohexylethane Δ n-Butyldecalin io 2 h- 10 FIG.

Chem. 47, 1660 (1955). 26 A. 0 1 1/T* FIG. 16. 2 represented by following the same rules for calculating the molecule width parameter as those used with isoparaffins. This similarity in behavior is probably associated with the fact that the potential-energy barrier for transformation from the boat to the chair form of naphthenic rings is with 10 kcal/mole30 of the same order as that for coordinated rotation of two branches around quarternary carbon atoms. Details of the spatial structure of alkylated naphthene hydrocarbons must be considered if the flexibility of the alkyl side or interring chains is to be J.

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