Liquid-Vapor Phase Equilibria of the Neon-Normal Hydrogen System
Until recently, little work had been done on binary liquid-vapor systems with neon as one of the components. This was possibly due to the high cost of neon, which made it somewhat impractical to work with. However, in recent years the cost of neon has decreased, and the interest in neon has correspondingly increased. The neon-argon system has been investigated [1–3], as has the neon-nitrogen system . Some work has been published on the liquid phase separation of neon-deuterium mixtures [5,6], and one isotherm for the system neon-parahydrogen has been reported , Some work on the neon-oxygen system has also been completed .
KeywordsVapor Phase Liquid Hydrogen Liquid Phase Separation Maximum Impurity Cryogenic Engineer
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