Liquid-Liquid-Vapor Phase Equilibrium Behavior of Binary Xenon + 1-Alkanol Mixtures
Liquid-Liquid-Vapor (Llg) Loci for the Binary Mixtures Xenon + 1-Hexanol and Xenon + Methanol Are Studied Experimentally using a Visual Cell (Stoichiometric) Technique. the Pressure, Temperature, Phase Compositions and Molar Volumes of the Two Liquid Phases Are Reported for All the Xenon + 1-Alkanol Mixtures from Ethanol to 1-Tetradecanol, Which with Methanol Are All the Members of This Homologous Series of Binary Mixtures that Display Llg Behavior. the Llg Behavior of This Homologous Series of Mixtures is Compared to that of the Homologous Series of 1-Alkanol Mixtures with the Solvent Gases Ethane, Carbon Dioxide, and Nitrous Oxide. © 1995.
T. A. Gricus et al., "Liquid-Liquid-Vapor Phase Equilibrium Behavior of Binary Xenon + 1-Alkanol Mixtures," Fluid Phase Equilibria, vol. 108, no. 1 thru 2, pp. 219 - 229, Elsevier, Jul 1995.
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Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Data; Experiments; Liquid-liquid-gas; Mixtures
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01 Jul 1995