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Thermodynamics of Liquid Hydrogen Solutions

Albert E. Sherwood, P. Clark Souers

Fusion Science and Technology

Volume 5 / Number 3 / May 1984 / Pages 350-355


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A theory of multicomponent liquid hydrogen solutions is presented which corrects for nonidealities in vapor-liquid equilibria. The second virial coefficient is used to represent gas nonideality, and a binary interaction parameter is used for liquid nonideality. The latter is the primary contribution for the deviation from Raoult's Law of H2-D2 solutions between 15 and 27 K. Estimates are made for the parameters needed to describe the D2-DT-T2 solutions of hydrogen fusion interest.

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