The Solubility of Gases in Liquids
The solubility of gases in liquids has been under quantitative investigation since the beginning of the nineteenth century. The last decade has seen some remarkable advances in theory, empirical correlations, systems studied, and apparatus. Much of the earlier work was more qualitative than quantitative. Gas solubilities have become increasingly more important for both the theoretical understanding of the liquid state and solutions, and for practical applications from the solubility of gases in human tissues to the solubility of gases in molten salts and metals.
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