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Temperature of maximum density and excess properties of short-chain alcohol aqueous solutions: A simplified model simulation study

AutorFurlan, A.P.; Lomba, Enrique ; Barbosa, M.C.
Fecha de publicación2017
EditorAmerican Institute of Physics
CitaciónJournal of Chemical Physics 146 (2017)
ResumenWe perform an extensive computational study of binary mixtures of water and short-chain alcohols resorting to two-scale potential models to account for the singularities of hydrogen bonded liquids. Water molecules are represented by a well studied core softened potential which is known to qualitatively account for a large number of water’s characteristic anomalies. Along the same lines, alcohol molecules are idealized by dimers in which the hydroxyl groups interact with each other and with water with a core softened potential as well. Interactions involving non-polar groups are all deemed purely repulsive. We find that the qualitative behavior of excess properties (excess volume, enthalpy, and constant pressure heat capacity) agrees with that found experimentally for alcohols such as t-butanol in water. Moreover, we observe that our simple solute under certain conditions acts as a “structure-maker,” in the sense that the temperature of maximum density of the bulk water model increases as the solute is added, i.e., the anomalous behavior of the solvent is enhanced by the solute.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/165821
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1063/1.4979806
issn: 0021-9606
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