Degree of nonequilibrium of the vapor and liquid phases during the boiling of binary cryogenic mixtures
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Results of a theoretical and experimental investigation are presented for liquid-vapor compositions during the boiling of binary cryogenic mixtures. Factors affecting the degree of phase nonequilibrium are set down.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Liquid Phasis Experimental Investigation Phase Nonequilibrium Cryogenic Mixture
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