solubility coefficient


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solubility coefficient

[‚säl·yə′bil·əd·ē ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
(physical chemistry)
The volume of a gas that can be dissolved by a unit volume of solvent at a specified pressure and temperature.
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The decrease in the solubility coefficient is more pronounced, possibly because of reduction the number of sites in the polymer matrix for physical interaction with oxygen [35].
It is now generally accepted among ozone researchers that the average solubility coefficient of ozone [[alpha].
As long as Henry's Law is obeyed, the permeability coefficient, P, is related to the solubility coefficient, [S.
This result indicates that the gas permeability coefficients of all polyimide membranes do not depend on either gas diffusion or solubility coefficient but on their interaction.
At glassy polymer of PES in comparison with rubbery polymer of PDMS, penetrant diffusion coefficient is more important than solubility coefficient.
Permeability Diffusion Solubility coefficient coefficient coefficient Sample ([cm.
According to the simple two-phase model, the solubility coefficient of a gas in a semicrystalline polymer should be given by
1] for the solubility coefficient, and can be used to extrapolate the solubility results at 35 [degrees] C obtained with the microbalance over a limited temperature range.
where D is the diffusion coefficient and S is the effective solubility coefficient.
It is related to the gas pressure in the bubble through the solubility coefficient [K.
2], and/or varying the solubility coefficient ratio of ([S.