Author(s): Funazukuri T, Kong CY, Kagei S
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Abstract This review describes impulse response techniques with a curve-fitting method to measure thermodynamic properties, such as binary diffusion coefficient, retention factor, and partial molar volume, under supercritical conditions. Theoretical background, parameter sensitivity, sources of experimental error, noise elimination technique, and the correction of apparent binary diffusion coefficients due to column coiling are discussed based on recent studies, together with data sources and predictive correlations for binary diffusion coefficients.
This article was published in J Chromatogr A
and referenced in Journal of Chromatography & Separation Techniques