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A study of the miscibilities of liquids in carbon dioxide

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This study has examined the miscibilities of entrainers with supercritical carbon dioxide under a range of experimental conditions. Binary supercritical fluid mixtures are being used more frequently to enhance separations, influence reactions, modify supercritical chromatographic systems, etc., and consequently, there is increasing interest in the phase behaviour of these mixtures. This thesis has examined this behaviour in a number of systems, of carbon dioxide and C1 to C2 solvents, particularly the haloalkanes. [Continues.]

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© K. Jackson

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1994

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A Doctoral Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy at Loughborough University.

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