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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: A. Comeau, L. Nodichao, J. Collin, M. Baum, J. Samsatly, D. Hamidou, F. Langevin, A. Laroche, and E. Picard

. 1988 80 807 811 Hasse, H., Kany, H.P., Tintinger, R., Maurer, G. 1995. Osmotic virial coefficients of aqueous poly

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equilibrium system, y i and x i are the mole fractions of the component i in the vapor, respectively, liquid phase. The saturation vapor pressure of the pure component, P i s was obtained from Antoine equation. The second virial coefficients required

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: B. Marongiu, Silvia Porcedda, D. Falconieri, Alessandra Piras, E. Matteoli, and L. Lepori

] a Calculated (this study) by reduction of the original P , x or P , x , y data with the 2- or 3-parameters Redlich–Kister equation, vapor phase non-ideality corrected in terms of the second virial coefficient

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. The general form of the excess Gibbs energy of electrolytes [ 12 ] is given by (5) The quantities is the second virial coefficients for pairwise interaction between ions i and j , and a function of I . The ionic strength dependence may

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19817701569 . 26. Pratt , LR , Chandler , D ( 1980 ) Hydrophobic interactions and osmotic second virial coefficients for methanol in water . J Solut Chem 9 : 1 – 17 10.1007/BF00650133

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interactions and osmotic second virial coefficients for methanol in water . J Solut Chem . 9 : 1 – 17 10.1007/BF00650133 . 27. Piekarski , H , Tkaczyk , M . 1995 . Properties of electrolyte

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