dissolved gas


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dissolved gas

[disolvd′]
Etymology: L, dis + solvere, to loosen
gas in a simple physical solution, as distinguished from gas that has reacted chemically with a solvent or other solutes and is chemically combined.
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Additionally, various regulations pertaining to the environment and power industry, which are being enacted by different government agencies of different countries, such as the European Commission's (EC) Ecodesign regulation, are also positively impacting the market for dissolved gas analyzers.
When the dissolved gas concentration increased, the equilibrium pressure associated with the concentration increased.
They were to include fields with large gas caps, or with high gas/oil ratios providing big quantities of dissolved gas.
Fractures within the Austin Chalk typically contain oil with dissolved gas in solution.
They argue that these developments provide the means to overcome "conceptual locks" concerning specific ion (Hofmeister) effects within theories of forces between surfaces; hydrophobic interactions; the role of dissolved gas and other solutes in interactions, liquid structure, and free radical production; and the cubic phases and the bicontinuous states of matter.
SuperPhobic Membrane Contactors are used to reduce dissolved gas concentration to prevent microbubbles from forming in inkjet inks, coating and other solutions.
Both systems use a patented approach for dissolved gas delivery that provides huge savings in water treatment compared to existing methods.
When [the bottle is] closed, it is filled with dissolved gas," says Jake Lowenstern, a geologist in charge of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory.
Therefore, groundwater contains much higher concentrations of the dissolved gas than seawater does.
refinements in reverse osmosis and dissolved gas removal, resulting in broader applications, and
According to CFX, this new VOF model enables users to model the effects of free stream absolute temperature, bubble radius, evaporation constant, condensation constant, vapor source stream relaxation, liquid/mixture density blend factor, noncondensable dissolved gas mass fraction, and a range of material properties.
Scientists aim to put fun into physics - suggesting the use of a fizzy drink to study the effect of pressure on dissolved gas and claiming skateboarding is a valuable tool in understanding gravity.