Chemical Thermodynamics. Plenary Lectures Presented at the by J. Rouquerol and R. Sabbah (Eds.)

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2phases 32 Γ 1 phase eeg, ->Γ r C PI "ί °tpjr —»Γ Fig. 9. Gas-gas equilibria in binary systems (schematically; see text), (a) Three-dimensional representation in the Γp-x space; (b) p(T) projection of the diagram in (a). 283 High pressure thermodynamics of mixtures (curve 2) or directly tends to increasing temperatures and pressures corresponding to a gas-gas equilibrium of the first type (curve 1). The corresponding p(T) projections are represented schematically in Fig. 9b. 52 Type 2 was found for the first time in 1940 by Krichevskii and co-workers53 in the system nitrogen-ammonia and type 1 in 1952 by Tsiklis54 in the system helium-ammonia.

2). In the present review some important trends in the high pressure thermodynamics of fluid mixtures of nonelectrolytes will be discussed; the accent will be on the discussion of some special high pressure effects that might be of interest to thermodynamicists working in other fields. Polar and ionic fluids at high pressures and temperatures have been treated by Franck3 at the Third International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics. 1 MPa; 1 kbar = 103 bar; 1 Mbar = 106 bar). In Fig. 5 kbar for mercury; the deepest ocean corresponds to approximately 1 kbar and the center of the earth to approximately 4 Mbar.

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