The Solid—Vapor Equilibrium of Carbon Dioxide—Nitrogen
The effects of nitrogen on the solid-vapor equilibrium of carbon dioxide have been measured In the range 140°–190°K and 5–100 atm absolute pressure. No attempt was made to analyze the solid phase, due to the difficulty of such measurements and the expectation that the nitrogen concentration would be negligible, at least at moderate pressures. The gas-phase composition was of primary concern, due to the highly nonideal behavior of the system in this region of temperature and pressure.
KeywordsMole Fraction Enhancement Factor Outlet Tube Solid Carbon Dioxide Male Fraction
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