2 edition of Supercritical fluids and environment found in the catalog.
Supercritical fluids and environment
International Society for the Advancement of Supercritical Fluids. Meeting (4th : 1997 : Villeurbanne, France)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||4th meeting on supercritical fluids ; International Society for the Advancement of Supercritical Fluids(I.S.A.S.F.).|
|Contributions||Institut national polytechnique de Lorraine., International Society for the Advancement of Supercritical Fluids|
|LC Classifications||TP156.E8 I475 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||197 p. :|
|Number of Pages||197|
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The Journal of Supercritical Fluids is an international journal devoted to the fundamental and applied aspects of pressurized substances and mixtures in the fluid state especially at conditions above the critical point including reactions, separations and chemical processes.
Its aim is to provide a focused platform for academic and industrial researchers to publish lasting scientific. The book also covers the basics of sub- and supercritical fluids, like the thermodynamics of phase and chemical equilibria, mathematical modeling, and process calculations.
A supercritical fluid is any substance at a temperature and pressure above its critical point where distinct liquid and gas phases do not exist. Supercritical Fluid Technology for Energy and Environmental Applications covers the fundamental principles involved in the preparation and characterization of supercritical fluids (SCFs) used in the energy production and other environmental applications.
Energy production from diversified resources — including renewable materials — using clean processes can be accomplished. A supercritical fluid (SCF) is any substance at a temperature and pressure above its critical point, where distinct Supercritical fluids and environment book and gas phases do not can effuse through solids like a gas, and dissolve materials like a liquid.
In addition, close to the critical point, small changes in pressure or temperature result in large changes in density, allowing many properties of a supercritical.
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By adjusting the pressure, or more strictly the density, the properties of these fluids are customized and manipulated for the particular process at hand, be it a physical. Supercritical water oxidation is a promising, environment-friendly technology to efficiently deal with a wide variety of organic wastes such as wastewaters, industrial and municipal sludge, etc.
As for the two key problems, i.e., corrosion and salt plugging, generally encountered in supercritical water oxidation plants, this chapter firstly reported the related mechanism Author: Yanhui Li, Shuzhong Wang. This process uses supercritcal fluids to increase the bioavailability of active principles.
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Clear, Practical Coverage of an Important Reemerging Technology Supercritical Fluid Extraction provides a clear, practical, step-by-step introduction to a sample preparation method that helps laboratories reduce or eliminate the use of halogenated solvents, extract samples more quickly and efficiently, and improve the accuracy of their by: For more extensive information about supercritical water please go here.
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Supercritical fluids are useful in science today for purposes ranging from the extraction of floral fragrance from flowers and the process of creating decaffeinated coffee, to applications in food science and functional food ingredients, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, polymers, powders, bio- and functional materials, nano-systems, natural products, biotechnology, fossil and biofuels.
Diffusivity. Diffusivity of a supercritical fluid can be x that of a liquid and 1 / 1, to 1 / 10, x less than a gas. Because supercritical fluids have more diffusivity than a liquid, it stands to reason a solute can show better diffusivity in a supercritical fluid than in a liquid.
Supercritical fluids are highly heterogeneous: they consist of large clusters in the gas-like zones and pores in the liquid-like zones. Their. supercritical fluids play an important role for chromatography and extraction methods.
Viscosity Viscosity for a supercritical fluid is almost the same to a gas and it is 10 times less than aAuthor: Yash Joshi. Topics covered include:* Properties of supercritical fluids* Functional group solubility in supercritical fluids* Collection efficiency in off-line SFE* Extraction strategies* Applications of analytical SFEFor analytical chemists, technicians, and laboratory managers, this book is the key to a technology that can make every sample extraction.
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Supercritical fluids are flexible tools for processing materials. Supercritical fluids have been applied to mass-transfer processes, phase-transition processes, reactive systems, materials-related processes, and nanostructured materials.
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