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Protective effect of Alchornea cordifilia leaf extract on carbon tetrachloride-induced liver damage in Wistar rats

Assay by serum alkaline phosphate, 150mg/kg, and 200mg/kg aqueous leaf extracts of Alchornea cordifolia caused liver damage, there was significant less hepatotoxicity in comparison to the CCl4-induced group, as determined by serum alkaline phosphatase, alanine aminotransferase, and aspartate aminotransferase enzyme activity.

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Adsorption of Chlorine by Carbons from Solutions in Carbon Tetrachloride

1978 Adsorption of chlorine from a solution in carbon tetrachloride by carbons, incuding charcoals. At 30u00b0, carbon blacks and activated carbons have been shown to be partially reversible and partly irreversible. chlorine is chemisorbed at various locations of varying degrees of energy on carbon tetrachloride-containing carbons in contact with chlorine solutionin carbon tetrachloride, according to the reports.

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A sensitive spectrophotometric method for determination of carbon tetrachloride

Durg-491, India Manuscript College, Durg-491, India Manuscript received a copy of the Handbook of Spectrophotometric method for determination of carhon tetrachloride in ppm values, which was published on July 7, 2003. revised 8 October 2003. The colour is discharging the colour with glacial acetic acid and narcoacetophenoacetophenonc reagent, which results in the formation of the purple red coloured polymethine dye with a maximum absorption peak at 495 nm.

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Volumetric and viscometric studies of binary and ternary mixtures of nitrobenzene with 1,4-dioxane, benzene, toluene and carbon tetrachloride at 303.15 K

Experimental results in respect of binary and ternary mixtures of 303. 15 K. and excess Gibbs free energy of viscous flow have been calculated from experimental results in respect of binary and ternary mixtures ranging from Redlich-Kister and Cibulka equations respectively. From the small amount of standard deviations, it is concluded that the experimental results of u0394, v. E, and u0394G #E match fairly well with the corresponding theoretical values calculated by Redlich-Kister and Cibulka equations for binary and ternary mixtures respectively.

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Densities, viscosities, viscosity deviations and excess thermodynamic properties of ternary liquid mixtures of ethylenediamine/propylenediamine + 1,4-dioxane + (benzene or + toluene or + carbon tetrachloride) and their constituent binaries at 303.15 K

The nature and strength of molecular interactions between the mixing components of the ternary liquid mixtures' separating agents are also discussed.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/5817065


Densities, viscosities and thermodynamic excess properties of ternary liquid mixtures of aniline + acetone + (benzene or + toluene or + carbon tetrachloride or + 1,4-dioxane) and their constituent binaries at 298.15 K

The entire composition range has been tested at 298. 15 K: aniline + acetone, aniline + benzene, aniline + benzene, aniline + toluene, acetone + toluene, aniline + toluene, aniline + toluene, acetone + carbon trachloride, aniline + carbon trachloride, aniline + carbon tetrachloride, Binary and temary liquid mixtures tested by Redlich-Kister and Cibulka equations respectively have been determined for binary and temary liquid mixtures at 298. 15 K and installed by the Redlich-Kister and Cibulka equations respectively.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/5816439


Volumetric and viscometric studies of binary and ternary mixtures of o-nitrotoluene with methyl alcohol, benzene, toluene, carbon tetrachloride and 1,4-dioxane at 298.15 K

The molar ''volume and excess Gibbs free energy of viscous flow have been calculated in respect of binary and ternary liquid mixtures that were designed by Redlich-Kister and Cibulka equations respectively, and Viscous flow's crude energy was determined in respect of binary and ternary liquid mixtures at 298. 15 K and fitted by Redlich-Kister and Cibulka equations respectively. U0394, V E, and u0394 G # E's experimental results match quite well with those predicted by Redlich-Kister and Cibulka equations for binary and ternary mixtures respectively, due to the small magnitude of standard deviation values.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/5811731

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