(335an) Measurements of Liquid Densities for the Binary System Carbon Dioxide 1 + M-Cresol 2 at Temperatures between 313 To 363 K and Pressures up to 25 Mpa
The remediation of residual industrial water and soils contaminated with phenolic compounds using supercritical carbon dioxide extraction can be a potential and practical solution to this issue. For instance, SCF can eliminate the large volumes of waste solvent arising from soil-washing processes . As part of the development of a remediation process of contaminated water and soils using supercritical fluids, the liquid densities of the binary system CO2 + m-cresol was measured at temperatures between (313.to 363) K and pressures up to 25 MPa.
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