Solubility of Azoxystrobin and Benflumetol in compressed CO2 - measured by the static precise mass measuring method

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title = "Solubility of Azoxystrobin and Benflumetol in compressed CO2 - measured by the static precise mass measuring method",
abstract = "The solubilities of hardly soluble solutes in compressed CO2 were measured using a new static precise mass measuring (SPMM) method. The solubilities of two solutes - azoxystrobin, a substituted pyrimidine, and benflumetol, an antimalarial drug - were determined at pressures and temperatures from 80 to 250 bar and 301 to 323 K. The solubilities of these two compounds were 64-661 and 1.3-19.7 mg/kg of CO2, respectively. The measured solubilities were correlated using the density-based model proposed by Chrastil and the theory of dilute solutions-based model proposed by Mendez-Santiago and Teja. A linear relationship between the solubility and the solvent density was obtained.",
author = "Qingguo Li and Piaopiao Pan and Tiejun Lu and Stuart Blackburn and Leeke, {Gary A.}",
year = "2018",
month = dec
day = "20",
doi = "10.1021/acs.jced.8b00388",
language = "English",
volume = "64",
pages = "9--15",
journal = "Journal of Chemical Engineering Data",
issn = "0021-9568",
publisher = "American Chemical Society",
number = "1",

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T1 - Solubility of Azoxystrobin and Benflumetol in compressed CO2 - measured by the static precise mass measuring method

AU - Li, Qingguo

AU - Pan, Piaopiao

AU - Lu, Tiejun

AU - Blackburn, Stuart

AU - Leeke, Gary A.

PY - 2018/12/20

Y1 - 2018/12/20

N2 - The solubilities of hardly soluble solutes in compressed CO2 were measured using a new static precise mass measuring (SPMM) method. The solubilities of two solutes - azoxystrobin, a substituted pyrimidine, and benflumetol, an antimalarial drug - were determined at pressures and temperatures from 80 to 250 bar and 301 to 323 K. The solubilities of these two compounds were 64-661 and 1.3-19.7 mg/kg of CO2, respectively. The measured solubilities were correlated using the density-based model proposed by Chrastil and the theory of dilute solutions-based model proposed by Mendez-Santiago and Teja. A linear relationship between the solubility and the solvent density was obtained.

AB - The solubilities of hardly soluble solutes in compressed CO2 were measured using a new static precise mass measuring (SPMM) method. The solubilities of two solutes - azoxystrobin, a substituted pyrimidine, and benflumetol, an antimalarial drug - were determined at pressures and temperatures from 80 to 250 bar and 301 to 323 K. The solubilities of these two compounds were 64-661 and 1.3-19.7 mg/kg of CO2, respectively. The measured solubilities were correlated using the density-based model proposed by Chrastil and the theory of dilute solutions-based model proposed by Mendez-Santiago and Teja. A linear relationship between the solubility and the solvent density was obtained.

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U2 - 10.1021/acs.jced.8b00388

DO - 10.1021/acs.jced.8b00388

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:85059877718

VL - 64

SP - 9

EP - 15

JO - Journal of Chemical Engineering Data

JF - Journal of Chemical Engineering Data

SN - 0021-9568

IS - 1

ER -