Orthobaric Liquid Densities and Dielectric Constants of Carbon Dioxide
Measurements of the orthobaric liquid densities and dielectric constants of carbon dioxide have been obtained at temperatures between 220 and 300 K. Densities were determined with a magnetic suspension densimeter, while a concentric cylinder capacitor was used for. measurements of dielectric constant. The experimental densities and dielectric constants have been used to compute values for the Clausius-Mossotti function. Comparisons with the experimental results of other investigators are presented.
KeywordsDielectric Constant Supercritical Fluid Extraction Experimental Density Liquid Carbon Dioxide Phillips Petroleum
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