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One of their most recent publications is High-pressure phase equilibria in the (carbon dioxide + 1-hexanol) system. Which was published in journal The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics.

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Catinca Secuianu's Articles: (2)

High-pressure phase equilibria in the (carbon dioxide + 1-hexanol) system

Abstract(Vapour + liquid) equilibria (VLE) and (vapour + liquid + liquid) equilibria (VLLE) data for the (carbon dioxide + 1-hexanol) system were measured at (293.15, 303.15, 313.15, 333.15, and 353.15) K. Phase behaviour measurements were made in a high-pressure visual cell with variable volume, based on the static-analytic method. The pressure range under investigation was between (0.6 and 14.49) MPa. The Soave–Redlich–Kwong (SRK) equation of state (EOS) with classical van der Waals mixing rules (two-parameters conventional mixing rule, 2PCMR), was used in a semi-predictive approach, in order to represent the complex phase behaviour (critical curve, LLV line, isothermal VLE, LLE, and VLLE) of the system. The topology of phase behaviour is reasonably well predicted.

Phase equilibria of carbon dioxide + 1-nonanol system at high pressures

AbstractVapor–liquid–equilibria (VLE) and vapor–liquid–liquid equilibria (VLLE) data for the carbon dioxide + 1-nonanol system were measured at 303.15, 308.15, 313.15, 333.15, and 353.15 K. Phase behavior measurements were made in a high-pressure visual cell with variable volume, based on the static-analytic method. The pressure range under investigation was between 1.15 and 103.3 bar. The Soave–Redlich–Kwong (SRK) equation of state (EOS) coupled with both classical van der Waals and a Gibbs excess energy (GE) mixing rules was used in semi-predictive approaches, in order to represent the complex phase behavior (critical curve, liquid–liquid–vapor (LLV) line, isothermal VLE, LLE, and VLLE) of the system. The topology of phase behavior is correctly predicted.

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