Phase Behavior of Aqueous Solutions at High Pressures
Three different types of two-phase equilibria have to be considered in fluid mixtures: liquid—gas, liquid—liquid, and the so-called “gas—gas” equilibria. They all have the common feature of existing between two fluid phases of different densities separated by a meniscus.*
KeywordsBinary Mixture Phase Behavior Pressure Dependence Pure Component Critical Curve
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