Best Answer

experimental value of diffusion coefficient of acetone is 0.037 m2/s

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2012-12-29 13:03:55
This answer is:
User Avatar
Study guides


16 cards

What happens in a neutralization reaction

What is a conjugate acid-base pair

Why is water considered to be neutral

A regular tessellation is a tessellation which uses regular polygons to cover a surface completely

See all cards
1057 Reviews

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is the diffusivity of acetone?
Write your answer...
Still have questions?
magnify glass
Related questions

Diffusivity coefficient for toluene in air?

molecular diffusivity of toluene in the air is 8.14 × 10−6 m2/s

How does the mass diffusivity of a gas mixture changes with temperature and pressure?

mass diffusivity increases with increasing temperature and decreases as pressure increases.

What is thermal diffusivity?

Thermal diffusivity describes the thermal conductivity. More specifically, it describes the result of thermal conductivity divided by the capacity of volumetric heat.

What is the thermal diffusivity of polypropylene?

Thermal diffusivity is the density divided by the specific heat of a substance. The TD of polypropylene is around 0.096 meters squared per second.

What is the physical significance of the thermal diffusivity and How is it defined and what?

Thermal diffusivity signifies the rate of heat transfer into the solid. If it is higher then less time is required for the heat to penetrate into the solid. it is th property of a solid. If we know the mass density,specific heat and thermal conductivity coefficient then we can determine its thermal diffusivity.

Does acetone reacts with acetone?

No, because when you add acetone to acetone, all you are doing is adding more of the volume of acetone to acetone. You are just changing the amount of acetone, not anything chemically happening.

How many type of acetone?

Yes, mainly there are 3 types of acetone: regular acetone, acetone with enriched formula, maximum strength acetone.

The ratio of thermal boundary layer thickness to the concentration boundary layer thickness is?

Lewis No = thermal diffusivity / mass diffusivity .So, NLe = thermal boundary layer thickness/ Concentration boundary layer thickness

What is a good substitute for acetone?

We use acetone in our paint shop and I wnat to know what is a good sustitute for acetone, keeping the properties close to Acetone. We use acetone in our paint shop and I wnat to know what is a good sustitute for acetone, keeping the properties close to Acetone.

Is acetone aromatic or aliphatic compound?

(acetone is aromatic) Acetone is not even a little aromatic because acetone does not fit's in Huekel's rule.

People also asked