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a mixture of chlorobenzene and bromobenzene is nearly an ideal solution but a mixture of chloroform and acetone is not ?

2 years ago

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Arun
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An ideal solution is formed when two component which are used to form solution have almost similar interaction.Ideal solution follow Raoult's law at all constructions.So no new interaction is developed in solution after mixing hence no change of enthalpy & volume is observed in solution.In that case(math processing)Vmixing & (Math processing error)H mixing becomes zero.
When we mix chlorobenzene & bromobenmzene,no new interaction is develop in solution as chlorobenzene & bromobenzene have almost similar constituents & have similar polarities.So,there is no change in enthalpy & volume of solution after mixing.It gives ideal solution on mixing.
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