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The Solubility of Nitrogen C1072And Air in Liquids

By Battino, Rubin

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Title: The Solubility of Nitrogen C1072And Air in Liquids  
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Introduction: In this review, we are concerned with the solubility of nitrogen and air in most liquids for which data are available and over all temperatures and pressures. The fluids considered include pure liquids, organic and inorganic solvents, mixtures, biological fluids, and miscellaneous fluids. We did not include molten salts, alloys, metals, glasses, and slags or polymeric materials. For the systems included, there is a considerable literature at elevated pressures.

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Contents 1. Introduction ......................................................... 2. Methods of Measurement .................................... 3. Treatment of Solubility Data ............................... 3.1. Solubility Units .......................................... 3.2. Reliability Estimates ........................1 ......... 3.3. Fitting Equations ..................................... 3.4. Thermodynamic Functions ........................ 4. Nitrogen Solubilities .................................. :. ........ 4.1. Solubility of Nitrogen in Water ................. 4.1.a. Temperatures up to 350 K (low pressure) ....................................... 4.1.b. Temperatures above 350 K (high pressures) ...................................... 4.l.c. Isotope EffectsMeavy Water ....... 4.2. Solubility of Nitrogen in Seawater ............. 4.3. Solubility of Nitrogen in Aqueous Salt So- lutions ......................................................... 4.3.a. Acids and Bases ........................... 4.3.b. Group IA Salts ............................. 4.3.c. Group IIA Salts ........................... 4.3.d. Other Salts .................................... 4.4. Solubility of Nitrogen in Organic Solvents Plus Water .................................................. 4.4.a. Nitrogen Solubilities in Methanol/ Water Mixtures ............................ 4.4.b. Nitrogen Solubilities in Ethanol/ Water Mixtures ............................ 4.4.c. Nitrogen Solubilities in 1-Pro- 4.6. Chemistry Department, Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL 61701. b'Department of Fundamental Natural Science, Okayama University of Science, 1-1 Ridai-cho, Okayama-700, Japan. @ 1984 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States. This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics and the American Chemical Society. Reprints available from ACS; see Reprint List at back of issue. panol/Water and 2-Propanol/ Water Mixtures ............................ 4.4.d. Nitrogen Solubilities in 1,2,3-Propanetriol (Glycerol)/Water Mixtures .............................................. 4.4.e. Nitrogen Solubilities in 2,2,2- Trichloro-1 , 1 -ethanediol(chloral hydrate)/Water Mixtures ............. 4.4.f. Nitrogen Solubilities in Propanoic Acid/Water Mixtures .................. 4.4.g. Nitrogen Solubilities in 2-Methylpropanoic AcidIWater Mixtures . 4.4.h. Nitrogen Solubilities in Acet- amidemater Mixtures ................ Nitrogen in Mixed Solvents (0.101 325 MPa) ........................................................... 4.5.a. Mixtures of Ethanol Plus 2-Propanone and Ethanol Plus 2,2,4- Trimethylpentane ......................... 4.5.b. Mixtures of Acetic Acid, Ethyl Ester (Ethyl Acetate) Plus Ethanol; Ethane, 1,l'-Oxybis (Diethyl Ether) Plus Ethanol; and Benzene Plus Ethanol ................................. 4.5.c. Mixtures of 1-Propanol Plus 2,2,4- Trimethylpentane and Cyclohexanc Plus 2,2,4-Trimethylpentanc . 4.5.d. Mixtures of Hydrazine Plus 1,l- Dimethylhydrazine ...................... Nitrogen in Mixed Solvents (above 0.101 325 MPa) .......................................... 4.6.a. Mixtures of Acetic Acid and Cyclohexanone ................................. 4.6.b. Mixtures of Cyclohexanol, Cycle- hexanone, and Acetic Acid .......... 4.6.c. Mixtures of Methylcyclohexane and Heptane ................................. 4.6.d. Mixtures of Oxygen and Nitrogen 0047-2689/84/026563-38/$07.00 563 J. Phys. Chern. Ref. Data, Val. 13, No. 2,1984

 

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