Some physicochemical data on monohydrate citric acid solutions in water: solubility, density, viscosity, diffusivity, pH of standard solution, and refractive index

@inproceedings{Laguerie1976SomePD,
  title={Some physicochemical data on monohydrate citric acid solutions in water: solubility, density, viscosity, diffusivity, pH of standard solution, and refractive index},
  author={C. Laguerie and Michel Aubry and J. C. Couderc},
  year={1976}
}
Solubility in water has been determined by dissolving small quantities of solid acid (the purity of which is greater than 99.5Y0) in a given quantity of pure water, in a stirred vessel at controlled temperature. After dissolution has stopped, stirring is continued for 5-6 hr to ensure that equilibrium has been reached. Then the remaining solid is quickly filtrated and dried. The concentration of the solution is determined by weighing the solid (method 1) or titrating the liquid with sodium… CONTINUE READING

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