# Excess Enthalpy and Heat Capacity for an Ethanol-Water Mixture

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Consider a binary mixture of ethanol and water. Expressions for the excess enthalpy (in J/mol) and heat capacity (in J/mol·K) have been determined for this binary liquid system for the temperature range 298.15 K to 383.15 K by fitting experimental data to an empirical equation [1].

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Contributed by: Housam Binous and Brian G. Higgins (January 2012)

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[1] J. A. Larkin, "Thermodynamic Properties of Aqueous Non-Electrolyte Mixtures I. Excess Enthalpy for Water + Ethanol at 298.15 to 383.15 K," *Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics*, 7(2), 1975 pp. 137–148. doi:10.1016/0021-9614(75)90261-X.

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Published: January 5 2012