CRC Handbook of Phase Equilibria and Thermodynamic Data of by Christian Wohlfarth

By Christian Wohlfarth

A great amount of experimental facts has been released because the debut of the unique CRC guide of Thermodynamic facts of Aqueous Polymer Solutions. Incorporating new and up to date fabric, the CRC instruction manual of part Equilibria and Thermodynamic information of Aqueous Polymer Solutions offers a finished choice of thermodynamic information of polymer options. It is helping readers fast retrieve helpful info from the literature, and assists researchers in making plans new measurements the place information are lacking.

A invaluable source for the fashionable chemistry box, the Handbook in actual fact info how measurements have been carried out and methodically explains the nomenclature. It provides information crucial for the construction and use of polymers in addition to for knowing the actual habit and intermolecular interactions in polymer options.

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Mol1 = 400, Aldrich Chem. mol1 = 404, Aldrich Chem. mol1 = 405, Aldrich Chem. 9586 continued 2. 9533 2. mol = 113000, Aldrich Chem. , the crystalline part is not influenced by sorption and is subtracted when determining wB. , the crystalline part is not influenced by sorption and is subtracted when determining wB. 2. 48 2009FO2 7732-18-5 vapor-liquid equilibrium continued 2. mol1 = 10000, PVP K15, Aldrich Chem. mol1 = 10000, PVP K15, Aldrich Chem. 9259 2. mol1 = 10000, PVP K15, Aldrich Chem.

Mol1 = 13710, Aldrich Chem. 9779 2. mol1 = 38360, Aldrich Chem. 9545 2. 9839 Comments: by vapor-pressure osmometry (VPO) continued 2. 15 2. mol1 = 300, LG Chem. 45 continued 2. 96 Comments: PEGDAE possesses a non-negligible vapor pressure, so that the pressure given in the table is the total vapor pressure of the system. 9993 continued 2. 8583 continued 2. 24, mass ratio of PEO/PBT = 32/68. continued 2. 18, mass ratio of PEO/PBT = 41/49. 12, mass ratio of PEO/PBT = 52/48. 15, mass ratio of PEO/PBT = 52/48.

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