Vapor Pressure Methods for Industrial Applications
Several vapor pressure methods have been developed under consideration of industrial feasibility. The principles of measurement range from equilibrium to non-stationary conditions. Methods such as static techniques, TG, DSC and gas saturation are described and vapor pressure results are compared for anthracene as a standard substance and found to be in excellent agreement with literature values.
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