Solubility of Water in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide
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- Sabirzyanov, A.N., Il'in, A.P., Akhunov, A.R. et al. High Temperature (2002) 40: 203. doi:10.1023/A:1015294905132
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A new experimental circulation facility is developed to investigate the solubility of liquids in supercritical fluids at a pressure of up to 35 MPa and temperatures from 293 to 423 K. The solubility of water in supercritical carbon dioxide is experimentally investigated on the 313 and 323 K isotherms in the pressure range from 8 to 20 MPa. Empirical parameters of intermolecular interaction are obtained in the Soave approximation, which enables one to describe the solubility with an error that does not exceed the experimental error.