pseudoreduced properties

pseudoreduced properties

[‚sü·dō·ri′düst ′präp·ərd·ēz]
(chemistry)
Reduced-state relationships (such as reduced pressure, reduced temperature, and reduced volume) calculated for multicomponent chemical systems by using pseudocritical properties.
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