Molecular interactions studies of doxycycline hyclate in water, aqueous L-phenylalanine and glycyl glycine at different temperatures by using volumetric, ultrasonic and viscometric parameters

Thakur, Poonam ; Sharma, Shashi Kant

Abstract

The density, sound velocity and viscosity of doxycycline hyclate in water, aqueous solution of L-phenylalanine and aqueous solution of glycyl glycine have been determined at different temperatures (305.15, 310.15, 315.15 and 320.15) K. The calculated values of partial molar volume (V_ϕ^o), standard partial molar volume of transfer (〖Δ_tr V〗_ϕ^o), partial molar adiabatic compressibility (κ_(ϕ,s)^o) and partial molar adiabatic compressibility of transfer (〖Δ_tr κ〗_(ϕ,s)^o) for doxycycline hyclate in water, aqueous solution of L-phenylalanine and aqueous solution of glycyl glycine infer the dominance of ion-hydrophilic interactions over hydrophobic-hydrophobic interactions. The Jones-Dole viscosity B-coefficient, viscosity B-coefficient of transfer (ΔtrB), free energy of activation of viscous flow per mole of pure solvent (〖Δμ〗_1^(o*)) and solute (〖Δμ〗_2^(o*) ), respectively, activation entropy (〖ΔS〗_2^(o*)) and activation enthalpy (〖ΔH〗_2^(o*)) of doxycycline hyclate in water, aqueous solution of L-phenylalanine and aqueous solution of glycyl glycine also have been calculated using viscosity data. The structure making and breaking behaviour of doxycycline hyclate in water, aqueous solution of L-phenylalanine and aqueous solution of glycyl glycine are obtained from the values of Hepler’s constant i.e.((δ^2 V_ϕ^o)/(δT^2 )) and (dB/dT). The presence and absence of caging effect has been studied with the help of partial molar adiabatic expansibility (E_ϕ^o). The isobaric thermal expansion coefficient (α^o= (E_ϕ^o)/(V_ϕ^o )), intermolecular free length and acoustic impedance for doxycycline hyclate in water, aqueous solution of L-phenylalanine and aqueous solution of glycyl glycine also have been determined.

Keyword(s)

Jones-Dole B-coefficient, Partial molar volume, Partial molar adiabatic compressibility, Standard partial molar volume of transfer, Transition state theory, Walden Product


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