volume phase

volume phase

[′väl·yəm ‚fāz]
(geochemistry)
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Two papers from Italy described astronomic HOEs and volume phase holographic gratings (VPHGs) recorded on photopolymer materials.
The NIPAM component in the poly(NIPAM-VAA-AAm) microgels network undergoes a volume phase transition from swollen to shrunken (collapsed) state with increasing temperature.
T/(K) log D [DELTA]G/(kJ x [DELTA]S/(J x [mol.sup.-1]) [mol.sup.-1] x [K.sup.-1]) 283 1.44 -7.80 -65.12 293 1.25 -7.01 -65.60 303 1.05 -6.09 -66.47 313 0.92 -5.51 -66.20 323 0.86 -5.31 -64.77 TABLE 5: Effect of the volume phase ratio on Te(IV) extraction.
These calculations were made measuring the final salt concentration by conductimetry and the final external volume phase (W2), and performing a mass balance of the salt.
In addition, the Bayfol HX material was also used for astronomical Volume Phase Holographic Gratings (VPHGs).
The amount of surfactant affected on CPE by the following aspects: (1)Extraction rate; (2) Enrichment volume phase; (3) The process of phase separation.