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Topic: CaBr2 solution density as a function of mass percentage concentration  (Read 1944 times)

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Running into an issue trying to develop a formula that will give the density (in g/L) as a function of the concentration (mass %) of CaBr2 solution.

An assumption being made is that this is a solution at room temperature, so we have a density of water being 1000g/L.

As a hypothetical situation, assume an initial concentration of 52%.

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Re: CaBr2 solution density as a function of mass percentage concentration
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2014, 05:49:48 PM »
You can definitely try to fit the tabulated data, other than that I am not aware of any bulletproof method of developing such formulas from the first principles.
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