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The Thermodynamic Behavior of the C02-H20 System

By Gallagher, J. W.

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Title: The Thermodynamic Behavior of the C02-H20 System  
Author: Gallagher, J. W.
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Introduction: Argon plasmas are widely used for fundamental plasma spectroscopy studies as well as for numerous applications involving technical plasmas, such as gas lasers and spectrochemical investigations with inductively coupled plasmas (ICPs). Thus the requisite spectroscopic data for ArI and 11-principally atomic transition probabilities and lifetimes of various energy levels-have been the subject of numerous investigations. Nevertheless...

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Contents 1. Introduction.. .............................. 2. Review of the Experimental Data.. .......... 2.1. Supercritical One-Phase Density Data, Phase Boundaries and Critical Line ..... 2.2. Cross-Term Second Virial Coefficients, BIZ.... .......................... 2.3. Excess Enthalpies ...................... 2.4. Solubility and Henry's Constant ......... 2.5. Liquid Densities and the Solute's Apparent Molar Volume ..................... 3. The Generalized Corresponding-States Model . 3.1. The Phase Diagram .................... 3.2. Choice of Thermodynamic Potential.. ... 3.3. Configurational and Residual Properties. 3.4. Corresponding States.. ................. 3.5. Generalized Corresponding States.. ..... 3.6. Corrcsponding Statcs for Mixturcs.. ..... 433 3.7. Generalized Corresponding States for 433 Mixtures ............................... 3.8. The Reference Fluid ................... 433 3.9. Thermodynamic Properties of the Mixture. ............................... 433 4. The Optimized Parameter Set.. ............. 433 5. Comparison with Experimental Data.. ....... 434 5.1. Critical Line ........................... 5.2. Coexisting Phases ...................... 434 5.3. pVT Measurements in the Supercritical 434 Region. ................................ 434 5.4. The Apparent Molar Volumes .......... 434 5.5. Excess Enthalpies ...................... 434 5.6. The Cross-Term Second Virial Coeffi- 435 cient BIZ... ............................ 435 5.7. Henry's Constant. ...................... 436 6. Tabulation of Propcrtics .................... 7. Comparison with Other Formulations. ....... 8. Range and Reliability of the Model and Sensitivity of the Parameters ..................... 447 01993 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United ................................ States. This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics 9. Conclusions 448 and the American Chemical Society. 10. Acknowledgments.. ......................... 449

 

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