bubble point


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bubble point

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(Chemistry) chem the temperature at which bubbles just start to appear in a heated liquid mixture
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The transported fluids are often near their bubble point and may evaporate due to changes in process conditions, either planned or caused by process upsets.
With high-glide zeotropic refrigerants, care must be taken to use bubble point to calculate subcooling, and dew point to calculate superheat.
At the risk of scaring the reader, this phenomenon is explained mathematically by The Bubble Point Formula which expresses how much force is required to break the bonding at the water air interface.
Pore size: A rating based on the bubble point of the membrane, which indicates particle retention of the membrane.
The temporary justifications of sensemaking found in the two iterations during the dotcom bubble point to the constructive nature of sensemaking.
As depth increases, the mole fraction of light components decreases, density increases, and bubble point pressure, oil FVF, and GOR decrease.
From property bubble point of view, Hui (2010), Malpezzi and Maclennan (2001), and Goodman and Thibodeau (2008) have identified income, rent, and interest rate as important factors in assessing speculative bubble than the ratios of housing price to income (P-I ratio) and housing price to rent (P-R ratio), two basic indicators in measuring housing affordability and housing prices.
To customarily verify that the sterilizing-grade filter is flawless, nondestructive filter integrity tests, such as bubble point, diffusive flow or pressure decay are used.
Oil viscosity is a strong function of many thermodynamic and physical properties such as pressure, temperature, solution gas-oil ratio, bubble point pressure, gas gravity and oil gravity.
The company president and chief operations officer, Sandy Andrew, said, 'Our ongoing production increases demonstrate the effect of Bubble Point Technology in the Hunton Resource Play.
The binary interaction parameter, which was fit to the two-phase data, and the pure component parameters were then used to predict a three-phase bubble point pressure.