Effect of Solvation with Salting Effect on Solubilities of Fluorocarbons in Alcohols. (a)Hideo Nishiumi , (b)Ken- ichi Ago, (c)Daisuke Kodama.
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Effect of Solvation with Salting Effect on Solubilitiesof
Fluorocarbons in Alcohols
(a)Hideo Nishiumi, (b)Ken-ichi Ago, (c)Daisuke Kodama
Chemical Engineering Laboratory, Hosei University,Tokyo, JAPAN, (b) Institute for Sustainability Research and Education, Hosei University, JAPAN, (c) Department of Chemical Biology and Applied Chemistry, College of Engineering, Nihon University, JAPAN
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Mclaurinexpanhsion of (2) gives
A or A+N
Fig. Solubility Measurement of Fluorocarbon in
Alcohol or Alcohol+NaOHSolution
1. Solubility of F in A (Binary)
Henry constants were obtained.
Values of h was obtained at atmospheric pressure
3. Effect of Fluorocarbon
Solvation on NaOH
2. Salting Effect due toAlcohol
Solvation (Ternary System)
Effect of temperature on solubility of CFC-12 in methanol with changing NaOH concentration at atmospheric pressure
where hF,A : Setchenov Coefficient
ï¼ˆSalting Effect Coefficient)
constant proper to a system
Value of sF,A is obtained from hF,A at atmospheric pressure