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By Douglas C. Neckers, David H. Volman, Günther von Bünau

ISBN-10: 0471282731

ISBN-13: 9780471282730

Content material: Optical single-molecule detection at room temperature / Alfred J. Meixner -- Pressure-tuning photochemistry of steel complexes in answer / Rudi Van Eldik and Peter C. Ford -- Photo-induced and spontaneous proton tunneling in molecular solids / H. Peter Trommsdorff -- The EPR spectroscopic D parameter of localized triplet diradicals as explore for digital results in benzyl-type monoradicals / Waldemar Adam ... [et al.] -- Photothermal reports of photophysical and photochemical methods by means of the temporary grating procedure / Masahide Terazima

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A compressor or condenser-pump cycle can be selected for this purpose. These types of separation processes follow the principles of a stripping operation. One of the main differences with ordinary gas stripping is that the dense gas is very soluble in the feed. Therefore, the liquid phase flow rate in the column is much larger than the feed flow rate. On the other hand, the low volatility of the substrates being fractionated leads to a relatively high gasfeed stripping ratio. Both effects contribute to give a fairly constant molar overflow for both phases in a simple counter-current column.

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If separation takes place by manipulating the temperature, two situations may occur, depending on the solubility of the dissolved compounds. If solubility increases with temperature at constant pressure, a decrease in temperature will decrease the solubility and separate the compounds dissolved in the supercritical solvent. If solubility decreases with an increase in temperature at constant pressure, an increase in temperature will separate the compounds from the supercritical fluid solvent. If the separation is carried out by an auxiliary agent, such as an adsorbent, no significant pressure change occurs, so the differential pressure across the pump is much lower.

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