The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics | VOL. 30

Fluid multiphase behaviour of various ternary systems of (carbon dioxide + 1-alkanol + tridecane)

Publication Date Dec 1, 1998


Abstract As part of an extensive experimental study of the fluid multiphase equilibria of ternary systems containing near critical carbon dioxide, a series of systems of (carbon dioxide + 1-alkanol + tridecane) has been examined. Experimental results on these ternary systems with 1-octanol, 1-hexanol, and 1-pentanol as the alkanol component are presented and discussed. The critical endpoints of the three-phase (liquid + liquid + vapour) equilibria were determined experimentally. A comparison of the results of this study was made with those of previous measurements in ternary mixtures (carbon dioxide + 1-alkanol + tetradecane), with 1-decanol, 1-octanol, 1-hexanol, and 1-pentanol as the alkanol.


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