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Helium and Neon: Gas Solubilities

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by H. Lawrence Clever
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Helium and Neon: Gas Solubilities by H. Lawrence Clever

Solubility Data Series, Volume 1: Helium and Neon - Gas Solubilities provides the best available experimental solubility data of helium and neon gas in liquids as reported in the scientific literature, and tables of smoothed mole fraction solubility data for the systems which were studied over a temperature interval. This book is composed of four chapters; each chapter presents solubility values of helium and neon gases up to and above two bar.
This book will prove useful to analytical chemistry researchers.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 416
Size: 39.7 MB
Publisher: Pergamon
Date published:   1979
ISBN: 9781483278896 (DRM-PDF)

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