Activation Parameter and Solvent Effect on Solvolysis of Ethyl Benzoate in Aquo-Organic Solvent System.

  • A.K. Singh Teerthanker Mahaveer University
Keywords: Enthalpy of Activation, Entropy of activation, Free energy of activation, Solvent effect, Iso-kinetic temperature, Solvent-solute interactio, Specific and non specific salvation

Abstract

The rate of hydrolysis of hydrolysis of ethyl benzoate were measured volumetric over the temperature range of 200c to 400c.in water-methanol mixture at different composition. The different solvation in initial and transition state is due to decrease in rate with varying the composition of mixture. The influence of solvent on reaction rate was examined in term of activation parameter. The increase in values of DG* and simultaneous depletion in values of DH* and DS* with solvent composition reveals that the reaction is Enthalpy domination and Entropy controlled. The value of iso-kinetic temperature is less than 300 shows the weak interaction between solvent and solute.

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Author Biography

A.K. Singh, Teerthanker Mahaveer University

Department of chemistry Teerthanker Mahaveer University, Moradabad

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Published
2019-04-17
How to Cite
Singh, A. (2019). Activation Parameter and Solvent Effect on Solvolysis of Ethyl Benzoate in Aquo-Organic Solvent System. To Chemistry Journal, 2, 6-12. Retrieved from http://purkh.com/index.php/tochem/article/view/254
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