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High-pressure fluid-phase equilibria: Experimental methods and systems investigated (2005-2008)

Authors
  • Fonseca, José
  • Dohrn, Ralf
  • Peper, Stephanie
Publication Date
Jan 01, 2011
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Online Research Database In Technology
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Abstract

A review of systems is given, for which experimental high-pressure phase-equilibrium data were published in the period between 2005 and 2008, continuing a series of reviews. To find candidates for articles that are of interest for this survey a three-stage search strategy was used including a systematic search of the contents of the 17 most important journals of the field. Experimental methods for the investigation of high-pressure phase equilibria were classified, described and illustrated using examples from articles of the period between 2005 and 2008. For the systems investigated, the reference, the temperature and pressure range of the data, and the experimental method used for the measurements is given in 54 tables. Vapor–liquid equilibria, liquid–liquid equilibria, vapor–liquid–liquid equilibria, solid–liquid equilibria, solid–vapor equilibria, solid–vapor–liquid equilibria, critical points, the solubility of high-boiling substances in supercritical fluids, the solubility of gases in liquids and the solubility (sorption) of volatile components in polymers are included. Most of experimental data in the literature has been given for binary systems. Of the 1469 binary systems, 796 (54%) have carbon dioxide as one of the components. Information on 206 pure components, 535 ternary systems of which 355 (66%) contain carbon dioxide, 163 multicomponent and complex systems, and 207 systems with hydrates is given. A continuation of the review series is planned, covering the years from 2009 to 2011.

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