Solubility of propane and butane in mixtures of n-alkanes

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The solubility of propane and n-butane has been determined at 25°C in the following mixtures of normal alkanes: C8 + C14, C8 + C15, C9 + C13, C10 + C13 and C12 + C15. Results were also obtained at 50°C in the following mixtures: C8 + C14 and C12 + C15. Values of the Henry's law constant as a function of composition were derived from the solubility data. The Corresponding States Principle was used to predict Henry's constants obtaining very good agreement for all the systems studied. © 1987.




Gonzalez, R., Murrieta-Guevara, F., Parra, O., & Trejo, A. (1987). Solubility of propane and butane in mixtures of n-alkanes. Fluid Phase Equilibria, 34(1), 69–81.

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