@article {2556,
title = {An Accurate Equation of State for Fluids and Solids},
journal = {Journal of Physical Chemistry B},
volume = {113},
number = {35},
year = {2009},
note = {ISI Document Delivery No.: 487EETimes Cited: 0Cited Reference Count: 52Parsafar, G. A. Spohr, H. V. Patey, G. N.},
month = {Sep},
pages = {11977-11987},
type = {Article},
abstract = {A simple functional form for a general equation of state based on an effective near-neighbor pair interaction of an extended Lennard-Jones (12,6,3) type is given and tested against experimental data for a wide variety of fluids and solids, Computer simulation results for ionic liquids are used for further evaluation. For fluids, there appears to be no upper density limitation on the equation of state, The lower density limit for isotherms near the critical temperature is the critical density. The equation of state gives a good description of all types of fluids, nonpolar (including long-chain hydrocarbons), polar, hydrogen-bonded, and metallic, at temperatures ranging from the triple point to the highest temperature for which there is experimental data. For solids, the equation of state is very accurate for all types considered, including covalent, molecular, metallic, and ionic systems. The experimental pvT data available for solids does not reveal any pressure or temperature limitations. An analysis of the importance and possible underlying physical significance of the terms in the equation of state is given.},
keywords = {400 DEGREES C, COMPRESSED LIQUIDS, DENSE FLUIDS, HIGH-PRESSURES, linear isotherm regularity, PVT PROPERTIES, SODIUM-CHLORIDE, TEMPERATURE, THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES, UNIVERSAL EQUATION},
isbn = {1520-6106},
url = {://000269252700022},
author = {Parsafar, G. A. and Spohr, H. V. and Patey, G. N.}
}
@article {1515,
title = {Termolecular kinetics for the Mu+CO+M recombination reaction: A unique test of quantum rate theory},
journal = {Journal of Chemical Physics},
volume = {125},
number = {1},
year = {2006},
note = {ISI Document Delivery No.: 061CTTimes Cited: 0Cited Reference Count: 66Pan, James J. Arseneau, Donald J. Senba, Masayoshi Garner, David M. Fleming, Donald G. Xie, Tiao Bowman, Joel M.},
month = {Jul},
pages = {13},
type = {Article},
abstract = {The room-temperature termolecular rate constants, k(0), for the Mu+CO+M reversible arrow MuCO+M (M=He, N-2, Ar) recombination reaction have been measured by the mu SR technique, and are reported for moderator gas pressures of up to similar to 200 bar (densities less than or similar to 0.4x10(22) molec cm(-3)). The experimental relaxation rates reveal an unusual signature, in being dominated by the electron spin-rotation interaction in the MuCO center dot radical that is formed in the addition step. In N-2 moderator, k(0)=1.2 +/- 0.1x10(-34) cm(6) s(-1), only about 30\% higher than found in Ar or He. The experimental results are compared with theoretical calculations carried out on the Werner-Keller-Schinke (WKS) surface [Keller , J. Chem. Phys. 105, 4983 (1996)], within the framework of the isolated resonance model (IRM). The positions and lifetimes of resonance states are obtained by solving the complex Hamiltonian for the nonrotating MuCO system, using an L-2 method, with an absorbing potential in the asymptotic region. Accurate values of the vibrational bound and resonance states of MuCO reveal unprecedented isotope effects in comparisons with HCO, due to the remarkable effect of replacing H by the very light Mu atom (m(Mu)approximate to 1/9m(H)). Due to its pronounced zero-point energy shift, there are only two (J=0) bound states in MuCO. Contributions from nonzero J states to the termolecular rate constants are evaluated through the J-shifting approximation, with rotational constants evaluated at the potential minimum. The value of the important A constant (181 cm(-1)) used in this approximation was supported by accurate J=K=1 calculations, from which A=180 cm(-1) was obtained by numerical evaluation. The calculations presented here, with a "weak collision factor" beta(c)=0.001, indicative of the very sparse density of MuCO states, give a very good account of both the magnitude and pressure dependence of the experimental rates, but only when the fact that the two initially bound (J=0) states become resonances for J > 0 is taken into account. This is the first time in IRM calculations of atom-molecule recombination reactions where J not equal 0 states have proven to be so important, thus providing a truly unique test of quantum rate theory. (c) 2006 American Institute of Physics.},
keywords = {ADDITION-REACTIONS, DISSOCIATION DYNAMICS, FIELD-DEPENDENCE, GAS-PHASE, RATE-CONSTANT, RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPIC DATA, RESONANCE ENERGIES, SPIN RELAXATION, thermal, THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES, UNIMOLECULAR, VIBRATIONALLY EXCITED DCO((X)OVER-TILDE(2)A{\textquoteright})},
isbn = {0021-9606},
url = {://000238849500019},
author = {Pan, J. J. and Arseneau, D. J. and Senba, M. and Garner, D. M. and Fleming, Donald G. and Xie, T. and Bowman, J. M.}
}
@article {587,
title = {Excess chemical potential and partial molar enthalpy of 2-iso-butoxyethanol in aqueous solution at 20 degrees C},
journal = {Thermochimica Acta},
volume = {397},
number = {1-2},
year = {2003},
note = {ISI Document Delivery No.: 642RNTimes Cited: 0Cited Reference Count: 14},
month = {Feb},
pages = {75-80},
type = {Article},
abstract = {Vapour pressures were determined at 20degreesC for aqueous 2-iso-butoxyethanol (ME). Partial pressures and hence, the excess chemical potentials of iBE were calculated by the Boissonnas method. Excess partial molar enthalpies were measured, and the excess partial molar entropies of iBE were then calculated at 20degreesC. These data and their mole fraction dependence indicated that there are three mixing schemes operative, in the same way as in aqueous 2-n-butoxyethanol (nBE) studied extensively by us. The details of each mixing schemes are identical, but the locus of the transition between mixing schemes I and II occurs at a smaller mole fraction than for aqueous nBE. This suggests that iBE is a stronger hydrophobic solute than nBE, which is consistent with the common understanding. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.},
keywords = {2-BUTOXYETHANOL, 2-iso-butoxyethanol-H2O, 2-ISOBUTOXYETHANOL, 2-n-butoxyethanol-H2O, 25-DEGREES-C, a stronger hydrophobicity than 2-n-butoxyethanol, ALCOHOL, BUTYL, enthalpic interaction functions, excess partial molar enthalpy and entropy, LAW REGION, MIXING SCHEME, MIXTURES, THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES, three mixing schemes identical with, VAPOR-PRESSURES, WATER},
isbn = {0040-6031},
url = {://000180803100010},
author = {Cheung, C. M. W. and Chan, K. P. Y. and Koga,Yoshikata}
}
@article {5145,
title = {Solubility of cesium chloride in water under high pressures},
journal = {Fluid Phase Equilibria},
volume = {189},
number = {1-2},
year = {2001},
note = {ISI Document Delivery No.: 495HBTimes Cited: 4Cited Reference Count: 23},
month = {Oct},
pages = {1-11},
type = {Article},
abstract = {The solubility (m,at) of cesium chloride (CsCl) in water was measured in the pressure and temperature ranges, 0.10-400 MPa and 273-313 K, respectively. The following function was fitted to the results: m(sat) (mol kg(-1)) = 11.000 - 8.80 x 10(-3) p + 3.3 x 10(-6) p(2) + (0.0675 - 4.167 x 10(-5) p) (T - 293.15) - 0.81 X 10(-4) (T - 293.15)(2). The standard deviation is 0.022 mol kg(-1). This level of precision in solubility is almost an order of magnitude better than the literature data for the same system at the atmospheric pressure. This improvement in reproducibility is due in part to a better design of the inside of the pressure vessel used for the present study. The pressure and the temperature coefficients of the solubility were thermodynamically estimated using relevant data of the solute and the solution in literature. To supplement the volume data, we also measured the density of aqueous solution of cesium chloride at high concentrations. The coefficients thus calculated were the same within experimental error with those derived from our data, the equation shown above. It proves our solubility measurement under high pressure reliable. (C) 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.},
keywords = {25-DEGREES-C, ALKALI-HALIDES, cesium chloride, experimental method, high pressure, solid-fluid equilibria, SOLUBILITY, THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES},
isbn = {0378-3812},
url = {://000172333200001},
author = {Matsuo, H. and Koga,Yoshikata and Sawamura, S.}
}