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, Pages v-vi, Donald A. Palmer, Roberto Fernández-Prini, Allan H. Harvey

, Pages vii-ix, E.U. Franck
Chapter 1 - actual houses of water

, Pages 1-27, Allan H. Harvey, Daniel G. Friend
Chapter 2 - Near-critical habit of aqueous systems

, Pages 29-71, Mikhail A. Anisimov, Jan V. Sengers, Johanna M.H. Levelt Sengers
Chapter three - Aqueous solubility of risky nonelectrolytes

, Pages 73-98, Roberto Fernández-Prini, Jorge L. Alvarez, Allan H. Harvey
Chapter four - Calculation of normal thermodynamic homes of aqueous electrolytes and nonelectrolytes

, Pages 99-147, Vladimir Majer, Josef Sedlbauer, Robert H. Wood
Chapter five - Hydrothermal resolution constitution: Experiments and laptop simulations

, Pages 149-182, T.M. Seward, T. Driesner
Chapter 6 - Vapor-liquid equilibrium concerning aqueous, binary nonelectrolytes

, Pages 183-203, Daniel G. pal, Allan H. Harvey, Simon L. Marshall, James G. Blencoe
Chapter 7 - Binary homogeneous nucleation in chosen aqueous vapor mixtures

, Pages 205-242, František Maršík, Jan Hrubý, Pavel Demo, Zdeněk Kožíšek, Václav Petr, Michal Kolovratník
Chapter eight - Solute focus results on response thermodynamics in steam cycle fluids

, Pages 243-275, J.M. Simonson, M.S. Gruszkiewicz
Chapter nine - good isotope partitioning in aqueous and hydrothermal platforms to increased temperatures

, Pages 277-319, Juske Horita, David R. Cole
Chapter 10 - shipping homes in extreme temperature and strain ionic solutions

, Pages 321-375, Horacio R. Corti, Liliana N. Trevani, Andrzej Anderko
Chapter eleven - Electrochemical procedures in high-temperature aqueous solutions

, Pages 377-408, Serguei N. Lvov, Donald A. Palmer
Chapter 12 - Partitioning of electrolytes to steam and their solubilities in steam

, Pages 409-439, Donald A. Palmer, J.M. Simonson, Jørgen P. Jensen
Chapter thirteen - Ionization equilibria of acids and bases below hydrothermal conditions

, Pages 441-492, Peter Tremaine, Kai Zhang, Pascale Bénézeth, Caibin Xiao
Chapter 14 - Solubility and floor adsorption features of steel oxides

, Pages 493-595, David J. Wesolowski, Stephen E. Ziemniak, Lawrence M. Anovitz, Michael L. Machesky, Pascale Bénézeth, Donald A. Palmer
Chapter 15 - section equilibria of water-salt platforms at excessive temperatures and pressures

, Pages 597-641, V.M. Valyashko
Chapter sixteen - Kinetics and mechanisms of hydrothermal natural reactions

, Pages 643-675, T.B. Brill, P.E. Savage
Chapter 17 - Water chemistry in advertisement water-steam cycles

, Pages 677-716, R.B. Dooley, M. Ball, A. Bursik, M. Rziha, R. Svoboda
Chapter 18 - Hydrothermal synthesis of ceramic materials

, Pages 717-744, Wojciech L. Suchanek, Malgorzata M. Lencka, Richard E. Riman

, Pages 745-753

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1. , 2000; Wagner and Pruß, 2002). Note that the compressibility is plotted on a logarithmic scale since kT increases rapidly when the critical point is approached. The thermal-expansion coefficient ap ¼ 2r21 ð›r=›TÞp ; also called volume expansivity, is related to the compressibility by   ›p ap ¼ k : ð2:2Þ ›T r T Since kT diverges at the critical point, while ð›p=›TÞr remains finite in accordance with Eq. 1, it follows that ap will also diverge at the critical point. Plots of the thermal-expansion coefficient ap of H2O, relative to the value Fig.

A. V. H. 1. 1. In classical or mean-field theory, the critical exponents a; b; g; d and n have simple rational values: a ¼ 0; b ¼ 1=2; g ¼ 1; d ¼ 3 and n ¼ 1=2: Mean-field theory assumes that equations of state remain analytic at the critical point. , systems with short-range forces between the constituent particles and with the order parameter being a scalar or a onedimensional vector. The critical exponents are interrelated by g ¼ bðd 2 1Þ; 2 2 a ¼ bðd þ 1Þ ¼ d n; ð2:11Þ where d ¼ 3 is the dimensionality of the system.

It is possible to do this in mean-field theory, but pure water does not behave mean-field-like. , 2002). 5. Henry’s Constant and Solubility The Krichevskii parameter plays the dominant role in the behavior of other important properties of near-critical dilute solutions as well, namely, Henry’s constant, the distribution equilibrium constant and the solubility. 0 where f2 is the fugacity of the solute. On the path along the solvent’s coexistence curve, Henry’s constant is finite and reaches a finite limit at the critical point Near-critical behavior of aqueous systems (Japas and Levelt Sengers, 1989):   k RT ln H ø C þ KKr ðrliq 2 rc Þ=r2c ; fl 57 ð2:31Þ where C is a solute-dependent constant and fl the fugacity of the pure-solvent liquid phase, while rliq and rc are the liquid-phase density and the critical density of the solvent.

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