||Do not take Poynting factor into consideration when we deal with questions of the phase equilibrium of low-moderative pressure. However, the more pressure increases, the more affect Poynting factor dose. Drastically, it would be reach the changes. Why does it produce the phenomenon? These kinds of references are hard to find.|
The main idea of the theory is on Poynting factor and do it further research. The theory adapts three component names: Benzoic acid, Phenanthrene, and 2,3-Dimethylhexane. In order to get more knowledge and more advantages from the phase equilibrium of high-modrative pressure, we use these three component names to discuss what’s the relationship between pressures to Poynting factor? Operating Supercritical fluid is more popular, we hope we have well-round knowledge at the same time. By the way, ran by results of experiment, we found, while pressure go up then Poynting factor dose, meanwhile the high temperature even has lower Poynting factor.
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