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Preface

, Pages v-vi, Donald A. Palmer, Roberto Fernández-Prini, Allan H. Harvey
Foreword

, Pages vii-ix, E.U. Franck
Chapter 1 - actual homes of water

, Pages 1-27, Allan H. Harvey, Daniel G. Friend
Chapter 2 - Near-critical habit of aqueous systems

, Pages 29-71, Mikhail A. Anisimov, Jan V. Sengers, Johanna M.H. Levelt Sengers
Chapter three - Aqueous solubility of risky nonelectrolytes

, Pages 73-98, Roberto Fernández-Prini, Jorge L. Alvarez, Allan H. Harvey
Chapter four - Calculation of ordinary thermodynamic houses of aqueous electrolytes and nonelectrolytes

, Pages 99-147, Vladimir Majer, Josef Sedlbauer, Robert H. Wood
Chapter five - Hydrothermal resolution constitution: Experiments and computing device simulations

, Pages 149-182, T.M. Seward, T. Driesner
Chapter 6 - Vapor-liquid equilibrium concerning aqueous, binary nonelectrolytes

, Pages 183-203, Daniel G. pal, Allan H. Harvey, Simon L. Marshall, James G. Blencoe
Chapter 7 - Binary homogeneous nucleation in chosen aqueous vapor mixtures

, Pages 205-242, František Maršík, Jan Hrubý, Pavel Demo, Zdeněk Kožíšek, Václav Petr, Michal Kolovratník
Chapter eight - Solute focus results on response thermodynamics in steam cycle fluids

, Pages 243-275, J.M. Simonson, M.S. Gruszkiewicz
Chapter nine - sturdy isotope partitioning in aqueous and hydrothermal structures to increased temperatures

, Pages 277-319, Juske Horita, David R. Cole
Chapter 10 - shipping houses in hot temperature and strain ionic solutions

, Pages 321-375, Horacio R. Corti, Liliana N. Trevani, Andrzej Anderko
Chapter eleven - Electrochemical procedures in high-temperature aqueous solutions

, Pages 377-408, Serguei N. Lvov, Donald A. Palmer
Chapter 12 - Partitioning of electrolytes to steam and their solubilities in steam

, Pages 409-439, Donald A. Palmer, J.M. Simonson, Jørgen P. Jensen
Chapter thirteen - Ionization equilibria of acids and bases below hydrothermal conditions

, Pages 441-492, Peter Tremaine, Kai Zhang, Pascale Bénézeth, Caibin Xiao
Chapter 14 - Solubility and floor adsorption features of steel oxides

, Pages 493-595, David J. Wesolowski, Stephen E. Ziemniak, Lawrence M. Anovitz, Michael L. Machesky, Pascale Bénézeth, Donald A. Palmer
Chapter 15 - section equilibria of water-salt platforms at excessive temperatures and pressures

, Pages 597-641, V.M. Valyashko
Chapter sixteen - Kinetics and mechanisms of hydrothermal natural reactions

, Pages 643-675, T.B. Brill, P.E. Savage
Chapter 17 - Water chemistry in advertisement water-steam cycles

, Pages 677-716, R.B. Dooley, M. Ball, A. Bursik, M. Rziha, R. Svoboda
Chapter 18 - Hydrothermal synthesis of ceramic materials

, Pages 717-744, Wojciech L. Suchanek, Malgorzata M. Lencka, Richard E. Riman
Index

, Pages 745-753

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Systems with short-range forces between the constituent particles and with the order parameter being a scalar or a onedimensional vector. The critical exponents are interrelated by g ¼ bðd 2 1Þ; 2 2 a ¼ bðd þ 1Þ ¼ d n; ð2:11Þ where d ¼ 3 is the dimensionality of the system. 1. Critical power laws Property Power law Path c~ v c~ v x~ x~ Dm~ Dr~cxc j ~ 2a Aþ ðDTÞ ~ 2a A2 lDTl ~ 2g G þ ðDTÞ 2 ~ 2g G lDTl Dr ¼ 0; DT $ 0 Dr ¼ 0; DT # 0 Dr ¼ 0; DT $ 0 Dr ¼ Drcxc ; DT # 0 DT ¼ 0 DT # 0 Dr ¼ 0; DT $ 0 ^DlDr~ld ~b ^BlDTl þ ~ 2n j0 ðDTÞ Note: The superscript ‘þ’ refers to an amplitude when the critical temperature is approached from above and the superscript ‘2’ when the critical temperature is approached from below.

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1996). In the same plot, we have entered rkT of pure water along the same two isobars. We have scaled the latter so that the peaks of the partial molar volume and compressibility isobars coincide. It is clear that the partial molar volumes track the compressibility of pure H2O closely in the region where the compressibility is large. 2 MPa isobar. In the same plot, we show the temperature derivative of T ap of pure water, scaled such that the maxima coincide. The swings in the heat capacity data indeed track those of the derivative of the pure-water expansion coefficient.

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