Henry's law


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(chemistry) law formulated by the English chemist William Henry

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As long as Henry's Law is obeyed, the permeability coefficient, P, is related to the solubility coefficient, [S.
2]O and is assumed to be sufficiently low that the aqueous solution is ideal in terms of Henry's law.
In turn, the contaminate level in the RTIL cannot be lower than its equilibrium concentration based on Henry's Law.
Thermodynamic equilibrium exists at the blowing agent-polymer interface which follows the Henry's law, [P.
Using Henry's Law and water solubility as parameters, SRI evaluated and selected 5 contaminant proxies: Carbon Tetrachloride (CCI4), Chlorobenzene (CB), Bromo-Dichloromethane (BDM), trichloroethylene (TCE) and isopropyl alcohol (IPA).
g], for each of the flow models following a chemical equilibrium condition of Henry's law with constant, [K.
The quantity of oxygen that physically dissolves in the plasma is governed by Henry's law of solubility, which states that the amount of gas that dissolves in a liquid, at a certain temperature, is directly proportional to the partial pressure of that gas above the surface of the liquid.
Henry's Law describes the sorption behavior of the Henry population in glassy polymers, where [k.
Heat of vaporization at 25oC, Heat of combustion, Donor number, Acceptor number, Cubic expansion coefficient, Specific heat at different temperatures, Thermal conductivity at different temperatures, Total Hildebrand solubility parameter, Hansen solubility parameters, Henry's law constant, UV absorption max, Volatility
32]; in particular, we do not model nucleation; we assume that Henry's law defines the equilibrium at the gas bubble and polymer shell interface, and we assume the gas in the bubble is ideal.
v) Equilibrium exists at the gas-liquid interface and is governed by Henry's law with Henry's law constant k.
The concentration boundary layer thickness was assumed to be very small compared to the radius of the bubble, the gas within the bubble was assumed to obey the ideal gas law and Henry's law was applied.
The concentration of gas dissolved initially in the bulk of the polymer melt can be determined from Henry's law, if the melt is saturated with air:
Durrill and Griskey (20) measured the Henry's law constants up to 20 atm for various polymer/gas systems.
Taking the above assumptions, the influence of the pressure can be described with the aid of Henry's law (7, 9):