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The concentration of ammonia was calculated from the increase in weight of the vessel after an allowance had been made for the weight of ammonia in the gas phase above the saturated solution. Solubilities at low pressures were calculated from weight changes when solutions which had been previously saturated at barometric pressure were allowed to come to equilibrium under a lower pressure of ammonia. Details of the apparatus are given in ref. ( 1 ) . INFORMATION SOURCE AND PURITY OF M A T E R I A L S : 1.
Obtained from a cylinder; dried by KOH pellets and a cold trap. ESTIMATED ERROR: REFERENCES: 1. Gerrard, W. "Solubility of Gases and Liquids"^ Plenum Press, New Yorlc, 1976, p . 3. 34 A m m o n i a Solubilities COMPONENTS: ORIGINAL MEASUREMENTS: 1. ; Prausnitz, 2. 1-Methylnaphthalene; CiiHio; [1321-94-4] J, Chem, VARIABLES: Engng. M. L. Young Temperature EXPERIMENTAL VALUES: Henry's Constant /atm T/K Mole fraction of ammonia at 1 atm partial pressure ^NH3 300 30. 0328 325 49. 0202 350 68. 0147 375 86.
Details! in ref. (2). SOURCE AND PURITY OF MATERIALS; Solvent degassed. details given. 1; U^^^-=±l% REFERENCES: 1. Η. 130. 2. M. 1971,2 0^638. γ Vol 21-B 18 A m m o n i a Solubilities COMPONENTS: 1. ; Pol. 2. Kerosine 1980, VARIABLES: Pape, D. J. Chem. 54, 2001-2009. 'RKPARP:D BY: P. G. T. 013 χ 10^ Pa. 75 AUXILIARY METHOD APPARATUS/PROCEDURE: INFORMATION SOURCK AND P U R U T OK MATH R I A L S ; The authors claimed to have made No details given. measurements in the pressure range from 1 atm to 10 atm but no further experimental results or details were given.