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CRC HANDBOOK OF

THERMODYNAMIC
DATA of
POLYMER
SOLUTIONS at
ELEVATED
PRESSURES
Christian Wohlfarth

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PREFACE
Knowledge of thermodynamic data of polymer solutions is a necessity for industrial and
laboratory processes. Such data serve as essential tools for understanding the physical behavior of
polymer solutions, for studying intermolecular interactions, and for gaining insights into the molecular
nature of mixtures. They also provide the necessary basis for any developments of theoretical
thermodynamic models. Scientists and engineers in academic and industrial research need such data and
will benefit from a careful collection of existing data. The CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of
Polymer Solutions at Elevated Pressures continues the two former ones, the CRC Handbook of
Thermodynamic Data of Copolymer Solutions and the CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of
Aqueous Polymer Solutions, in providing a reliable collection of data for polymer solutions from the
original literature.,
The Handbook is again divided into seven chapters: (1) Introduction, (2) Vapor-Liquid
Equilibrium (VLE) Data and Gas Solubilities at Elevated Pressures, (3) Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium (LLE)
Data of Polymer Solutions at Elevated Pressures, (4) High-Pressure Fluid Phase Equilibrium (HPPE) Data
of Polymer Solutions, (5) Enthalpy Changes in Polymer Solutions at Elevated Pressures, (6) PVT Data of
Polymers and Solutions, and (7) Pressure Dependence of the Second Virial Coefficients (A2) of Polymer
Solutions. Finally, appendices quickly route the user to the desired data sets. Thus, the book covers all the
necessary areas for researchers and engineers who work in this field.
In comparison with low-molecular systems, the amount of data for polymer solutions at elevated
pressures is still rather small. About 650 literature sources were perused for the purpose of this Handbook,
including some dissertations and diploma papers. About 1600 data sets, i.e., about 400 VLE/gas solubility
isotherms, 250 LLE and 800 HPPE data sets, a number of volumetric and enthalpic data and some second
virial coefficients, are reported. Additionally, tables of systems are provided where results were published
only in graphical form in the original literature to lead the reader to further sources. Data are included
only if numerical values were published or authors provided their numerical results by personal
communication (and I wish to thank all those who did so). No digitized data have been included in this
data collection. The Handbook is the first complete overview about this subject in the worlds literature.
The closing day for the data collection was June, 30, 2004. The Handbook results from parts of a more
general database, Thermodynamic Properties of Polymer Systems, which is continuously updated by the
author. Thus, the user who is in need of new additional data sets is kindly invited to ask for new
information beyond this book via e-mail at wohlfarth@chemie.uni-halle.de. Additionally, the author will
be grateful to users who call his attention to mistakes and make suggestions for improvements.
The CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of Polymer Solutions at Elevated Pressures will be
useful to researchers, specialists, and engineers working in the fields of polymer science, physical
chemistry, chemical engineering, material science, biological science and technology, and those
developing computerized predictive packages. The Handbook should also be of use as a data source to
Ph.D. students and faculty in Chemistry, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, and Materials
Science Departments at universities.

Christian Wohlfarth
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About the Author


Christian Wohlfarth is Associate Professor for Physical Chemistry at Martin Luther University
Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. He earned his degree in chemistry in 1974 and wrote his Ph.D. thesis on
investigations on the second dielectric virial coefficient and the intermolecular pair potential in 1977, both
at Carl Schorlemmer Technical University Merseburg. In 1985, he wrote his habilitation thesis, Phase
Equilibria in Systems with Polymers and Copolymers, at Technical University Merseburg.
Since then, Dr. Wohlfarths main research has been related to polymer systems. Currently, his
research topics are molecular thermodynamics, continuous thermodynamics, phase equilibria in polymer
mixtures and solutions, polymers in supercritical fluids, PVT behavior and equations of state, and sorption
properties of polymers, about which he has published approximately 100 original papers. He has written
the books Vapor-Liquid Equilibria of Binary Polymer Solutions, CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data
of Copolymer Solutions, and CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of Aqueous Polymer Solutions.
He is working on the evaluation, correlation, and calculation of thermophysical properties of pure
compounds and binary mixtures resulting in six volumes of the Landolt-Brnstein New Series. He is a
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CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5.

Objectives of the handbook


Experimental methods involved
Guide to the data tables
List of symbols
References

2. VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM (VLE) DATA AND GAS


SOLUBILITIES AT ELEVATED PRESSURES
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.

Binary polymer solutions


Table of binary systems where data were published only
in graphical form as phase diagrams or related figures
Ternary and quaternary polymer solutions
Table of ternary systems where data were published only
in graphical form as phase diagrams or related figures
References

3. LIQUID-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM (LLE) DATA


OF POLYMER SOLUTIONS AT ELEVATED PRESSURES
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
3.6.

Cloud-point and/or coexistence curves of quasibinary solutions


Table of binary systems where data were published only
in graphical form as phase diagrams or related figures
Cloud-point and/or coexistence curves of quasiternary
and/or quasiquaternary solutions
Table of ternary or quaternary systems where data were published only
in graphical form as phase diagrams or related figures
Lower critical (LCST) and/or upper critical (UCST) solution
temperatures at elevated pressures
References

4. HIGH-PRESSURE FLUID PHASE EQUILIBRIUM (HPPE) DATA


OF POLYMER SOLUTIONS
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.

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Cloud-point and/or coexistence curves of quasibinary solutions


Table of binary systems where data were published only
in graphical form as phase diagrams or related figures
Cloud-point and/or coexistence curves of quasiternary
and/or quasiquaternary solutions
Table of ternary or quaternary systems where data were published only
in graphical form as phase diagrams or related figures
References

5. ENTHALPY CHANGES IN POLYMER SOLUTIONS


AT ELEVATED PRESSURES
5.1.
5.2.

Enthalpies of mixing or intermediary enthalpies of dilution


References

6. PVT DATA OF POLYMERS AND SOLUTIONS


6.1.
6.2.

6.3.

PVT data of selected polymers


Excess volumes and/or densities at elevated pressures
6.2.1.
Binary polymer solutions
6.2.2.
Ternary polymer solutions
References

7. PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF THE SECOND VIRIAL COEFFICIENTS (A2)


OF POLYMER SOLUTIONS
7.1.
7.2.
7.3.

Experimental A2 data
Pressure coefficient of the second virial coefficient
(A2/P)T at zero pressure
References

APPENDICES
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3

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List of systems and properties in order of the polymers


List of solvents in alphabetical order
List of solvents in order of their molecular formulas

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Objectives of the handbook

Knowledge of thermodynamic data of polymer solutions is a necessity for industrial and


laboratory processes. Furthermore, such data serve as essential tools for understanding the physical
behavior of polymer solutions, for studying intermolecular interactions, and for gaining insights into the
molecular nature of mixtures. They also provide the necessary basis for any developments of theoretical
thermodynamic models. Scientists and engineers in academic and industrial research need such data and
will benefit from a careful collection of existing data. However, the database for polymer solutions is still
modest in comparison with the enormous amount of data for low-molecular mixtures, and the specialized
database for polymer solutions at elevated pressures is even smaller. On the other hand, especially
polymer solutions in supercritical fluids are gaining increasing interest (1994MCH, 1997KIR) because of
their unique physical properties, and thermodynamic data at elevated pressures are needed for optimizing
applications, e.g., separation operations of complex mixtures in the high-pressure synthesis of polymers,
recovery of polymer wastes, precipitation, fractionation and purification of polymers, and polymers in
green chemistry processes.
Basic information on polymers can be found in the Polymer Handbook (1999BRA). Some data
books on polymer solutions appeared in the early 1990s (1990BAR, 1992WEN, 1993DAN, and
1994WOH), but most data for polymer solutions have been compiled during the last decade. A data book
with information on copolymer solutions appeared in 2001 (2001WOH) and on aqueous polymer
solutions in 2004 (2004WOH). No databooks or databases dedicated specially to polymer solutions at
elevated pressures presently exist. Thus, the intention of the Handbook is to fill this gap and to provide
scientists and engineers with an up-to-date compilation from the literature of the available thermodynamic
data on polymer solutions at elevated pressures. The Handbook does not present theories and models for
polymer solution thermodynamics. Other publications (1971YAM, 1990FUJ, 1990KAM, 1999KLE,
1999PRA, and 2001KON) can serve as starting points for investigating those issues.
The data within this book are divided into six chapters:

Vapor-liquid equilibrium (VLE) data and gas solubilities for binary or ternary
polymer solutions

Liquid-liquid equilibrium (LLE) data of (quasi)binary, ternary, or quaternary


polymer solutions

High-pressure fluid phase equilibrium (HPPE) data of (quasi)binary, ternary, or


quaternary polymer solutions
Enthalpy changes for polymer solutions at elevated pressures
PVT data of some selected polymers and their solutions as well as excess volumes
and densities at elevated pressures
Second virial coefficients (A2) of polymer solutions at elevated pressures
Data from investigations applying to more than one chapter are divided and appear in the relevant
chapters. Data are included only if numerical values were published or authors provided their results by
personal communication (and I wish to thank all those who did so). No digitized data have been included
in this data collection, but a number of tables include systems based on data published in graphical form.

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1.2. Experimental methods involved


At higher pressures, the classification of experimental data into vapor-liquid, liquid-liquid, or
fluid-fluid equilibrium data is not always simple. Also the expression elevated pressure is more or less
relative. With respect to the latter, data are included here if at least some data points of a system were
measured at a pressure above normal pressure. With respect to a classification of experimental data into
the chapters 2, 3, or 4, practical reasons as well as theoretical considerations are applied. Practical reasons
are often chosen for systems when gas solubility data are given, but for some systems, gas solubilities are
given together with the cloud points in chapter 4. Theoretical considerations are taken into account for
most polymer systems with subcritical solvents and supercritical fluids. Van Konynenburg and Scott
(1980VAN) cited six classes of phase diagrams and showed that almost all known types of phase
equilibria of binary mixtures can be classified within their scheme. More recently, Yelash and Kraska
(1999YEL) developed global phase diagrams for mixtures of spherical molecules with non-spherical
molecules also including polymers. So, most of the systems in this book could at least be categorized into
the corresponding chapters in accordance to their rules. Nevertheless, sometimes problems remain for a
number of systems with subcritical or supercritical fluid solvents. Therefore, in chapter 4, the type of
equilibrium within one data set is sometimes stated individually for each data point.
Accordingly, a classical discussion of experimental methods for vapor-liquid or liquid-liquid
equilibrium measurements does not really fit here. Information about experimental methods for polymer
solutions at ordinary pressures can be found in (1975BON) and (2000WOH) or in the two former
handbooks (2001WOH and 2004WOH). Here, the classification also used by Christov and Dohrn
(2002CHR) is chosen where experimental methods for the investigation of high-pressure phase equilibria
are divided into two main classes, depending on how the composition is determined: analytical methods
(or direct sampling methods) and synthetic methods (or indirect methods).

Analytical methods
Analytical methods involve the determination of the composition of the coexisting phases. This
can be done by taking samples from each phase and analyzing them outside the equilibrium cell at normal
pressure or by using physicochemical methods of analysis inside the equilibrium cell under pressure. If
one needs the determination of more information than the total polymer composition, i.e., if one wants to
characterize the polymer with respect to molar mass (distribution) or chemical composition (distribution),
the sampling technique is unavoidable.
Withdrawing a large sample from an autoclave causes a considerable pressure drop, which
disturbs the phase equilibrium significantly. This pressure drop can be avoided by using a variable-volume
cell, by using a buffer autoclave in combination with a syringe pump or by blocking off a large sampling
volume from the equilibrium cell before pressure reduction. If only a small sample is withdrawn or if a
relatively large equilibrium cell is used, the slight pressure drop does not affect the phase composition
significantly. Small samples can be withdrawn using capillaries or special sampling valves. Often
sampling valves are directly coupled to analytical equipment.
Analytical methods can be classified as isothermal methods, isobaric-isothermal methods, and
isobaric methods.
Using the isothermal mode, an equilibrium cell is charged with the system of interest, the mixture
is heated to the desired temperature, and this temperature is then kept constant. The pressure is adjusted in
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will change pressure. After intensive mixing over the time necessary for equilibrating the system, the
pressure reaches a plateau value. The equilibration time is the most important point for polymer solutions.
Due to their (high) viscosity and slow diffusion, equilibration will often need many hours or even days.
The pressure can be readjusted by adding or withdrawing of material or by changing the volume of the
cell if necessary. Before analyzing the compositions of the coexisting phases, the mixture is usually given
some time for a clear phase separation. Sampling through capillaries can lead to differential vaporization
(especially for mixtures containing gases and high-boiling solvents as well) when no precautions have
been taken to prevent a pressure drop all along the capillary. This problem can be avoided with an
experimental design that ensures that most of the pressure drop occurs at the end of the capillary.
Sometimes, one or more phases will be recirculated to reduce sampling problems. The use of
physicochemical methods of analysis inside the equilibrium cell, e.g., by a spectrometer, avoids the
problems related to sampling. On the other hand, time-consuming calibrations can be necessary. At the
end, isothermal methods need relatively simple and inexpensive laboratory equipment. If carried out
carefully, they can produce reliable results.
Isobaric-isothermal methods are often also called dynamic methods. One or more fluid streams
are pumped continuously into a thermostated equilibrium cell. The pressure is kept constant during the
experiment by controlling an effluent stream, usually of the vapor phase. One can distinguish between
continuous-flow methods and semi-flow methods. In continuous-flow methods, both phases flow through
the equilibrium cell. They can be used only for systems where the time needed to attain phase equilibrium
is sufficiently short. Therefore, such equipment is usually not applied to polymer solutions. In semi-flow
methods, only one phase is flowing while the other stays in the equilibrium phase. They are sometimes
called gas-saturation methods or pure-gas circulation methods and can be used to measure gas solubilities
in liquids and melts or solubilities of liquid or solid substances in supercritical fluids.
Isobaric methods provide an alternative to direct measurements of pressure-temperature
compositions in liquid phase compositions in vapor phase (P-T-wL-wV) data. This is the measurement of
(P-T-wL) data followed by a consistent thermodynamic analysis. Such isobaric analytical methods are
usually made in dynamic mode, too.
The main advantages of the analytical methods are that systems with more than two components
can be studied, several isotherms or isobars can be studied with one filling, and the coexistence data are
determined directly. The main disadvantage is that the method is not suitable near critical states or for
systems where the phases do not separate well. Furthermore, dynamic methods can be difficult in their
application to highly viscous media like concentrated polymer solutions where foaming may cause further
problems.

Synthetic methods
In synthetic methods, a mixture of known composition is prepared and the phase equilibrium is
observed subsequently in an equilibrium cell (the problem of analyzing fluid mixtures is replaced by the
problem of synthesizing them). After known amounts of the components have been placed into an
equilibrium cell, pressure and temperature are adjusted so that the mixture is homogeneous. Then
temperature or pressure is varied until formation of a new phase is observed. This is the common way to
observe cloud points in demixing polymer systems. No sampling is necessary. Therefore, the experimental
equipment is often relatively simple and inexpensive. For multicomponent systems, experiments with
synthetic methods yield less information than with analytical methods, because the tie lines cannot be
determined without additional experiments. This is specially true for polymer solutions where
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The appearance of a new phase is either detected visually or by monitoring physical properties.
Visually, the beginning of turbidity in the system or the meniscus in a view cell can be observed.
Otherwise, light scattering is the common method to detect the formation of the new phase. Both visual
and non-visual synthetic methods are widely used in investigations on polymer systems at elevated
pressures. The problem of isorefractive systems (where the coexisting phases have approximately the
same refractive index) does not belong to polymer solutions where the usually strong concentration
dependence of their refractive index prevents such a behavior. If the total volume of a variable-volume
cell can be measured accurately, the appearance of a new phase can be observed from the abrupt change in
the slope of a pressure-volume plot. An example is given in chapter 4. The changes of other physical
properties like viscosity, ultrasonic absorption, thermal expansion, dielectric constant, heat capacity, or
UV and IR absorption are also applied as non-visual synthetic methods for polymer solutions.
A common synthetic method for polymer solutions is the (P-T-wL) experiment. An equilibrium
cell is charged with a known amount of polymer, evacuated and thermostated to the measuring
temperature. Then the second component (gas, fluid, solvent) is added and the pressure increases. The
second component dissolves into the (amorphous or molten) polymer and the pressure in the equilibrium
cell decreases. Therefore, this method is sometimes called pressure-decay method. Pressure and
temperature are registered after equilibration. No samples are taken. The composition of the vapor phase
is calculated using a phase equilibrium model if two or more gases or solvents are involved. The
determination of the volume of gas or solvent vaporized in the unoccupied space of the apparatus is
important as it can cause serious errors in the determination of their final concentrations. The composition
of the liquid phase is often obtained by weighing and using the material balance. By repeating the addition
of the second component into the cell, several points along the vapor/gas-liquid equilibrium line can be
measured. This method is usually applied for all gas solubility/vapor sorption/vapor pressure investigations in systems with polymers.
The synthetic method is particularly suitable for measurements near critical states. Simultaneous
determination of PVT data is possible.

Some problems related to systems with polymers


Details of experimental equipment can be found in the original papers compiled for this book and
will not be presented here. Only some problems should be summarized that have to be obeyed and solved
during the experiment.
The polymer solution is often of an amount of some cm3 and may contain about 1g of polymer or
even more. Therefore, the equilibration of prepared solutions can be difficult and equilibration is usually
very time consuming (liquid oligomers do not need so much time, of course). Increasing viscosity makes
the preparation of concentrated solutions more and more difficult with further increasing the amount of
polymer. Solutions above 50-60 wt% can hardly be prepared (depending on the solvent/polymer pair
under investigation). All impurities in the pure solvents have to be eliminated. Degassing of solvents (and
sometimes of polymers too) is absolutely necessary. Polymers and solvents must keep dry. Sometimes,
inhibitors and antioxidants are added to polymers. They may probably influence the position of the
equilibrium. The thermal stability of polymers must be obeyed, otherwise, depolymerization or formation
of networks by chemical processes can change the sample during the experiment.

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Certain principles must be obeyed for experiments where liquid-liquid equilibrium is observed in
polymer-solvent (or supercritical fluid) systems. To understand the results of LLE experiments in polymer
solutions, one has to take into account the strong influence of polymer distribution functions on LLE,
because fractionation occurs during demixing. Fractionation takes place with respect to molar mass
distribution as well as to chemical distribution if copolymers are involved. Fractionation during demixing
leads to some effects by which the LLE phase behavior differs from that of an ordinary, strictly binary
mixture, because a common polymer solution is a multicomponent system. Cloud-point curves are
measured instead of binodals; and per each individual feed concentration of the mixture, two parts of a
coexistence curve occur below (for upper critical solution temperature, UCST, behavior) or above the
cloud-point curve (for lower critical solution temperature, LCST, behavior), i.e., produce an infinite
number of coexistence data.
Distribution functions of the feed polymer belong only to cloud-point data. On the other hand,
each pair of coexistence points is characterized by two new and different distribution functions in each
coexisting phase. The critical concentration is the only feed concentration where both parts of the
coexistence curve meet each other on the cloud-point curve at the critical point that belongs to the feed
polymer distribution function. The threshold point (maximum or minimum corresponding to either UCST
or LCST behavior) temperature (or pressure) is not equal to the critical point, since the critical point is to
be found at a shoulder of the cloud-point curve. Details were discussed by Koningsveld (1968KON,
1972KON). Thus, LLE data have to be specified in the tables as cloud-point or coexistence data, and
coexistence data make sense only if the feed concentration is given. This is not always the case, however.
Special methods are necessary to measure the critical point. Only for solutions of monodisperse
polymers, the critical point is the maximum (or minimum) of the binodal. Binodals of polymer solutions
can be rather broad and flat. Then, the exact position of the critical point can be obtained by the method of
the rectilinear diameter:

( B B )
T 1
B ,crit (1
)
Tcrit
2
I

II

(1)

where:

BI
BII
B,crit
T
Tcrit

volume fraction of the polymer B in coexisting phase I


volume fraction of the polymer B in coexisting phase II
volume fraction of the polymer B at the critical point
(measuring) temperature
critical temperature (LLE)
critical exponent

For solutions of polydisperse polymers, such a procedure cannot be used because the critical
concentration must be known in advance to measure its corresponding coexistence curve. Two different
methods were developed to solve this problem: the phase-volume-ratio method (1968KON) where one
uses the fact that this ratio is exactly equal to one only at the critical point, and the coexistence
concentration plot (1969WOL) where an isoplethal diagram of values of BI and BII vs. the feed
concentration, 0B, gives the critical point as the intersection of cloud-point curve and shadow curve.
Details will not be discussed here. Treating polymer solutions with distribution functions by continuous
thermodynamics is reviewed in (1989RAE) and (1990RAE).

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Measurement of enthalpy changes in polymer solutions


Up to now, there is only one paper on measuring the excess enthalpy of a polymer solution at
elevated pressures (1999LOP) where a liquid oligomer was investigated, see chapter 5. Measurement of
the enthalpy change caused by mixing a given amount of a liquid polymer with an amount of pure solvent
in a mixing experiment was made there with a flow mixing cell and flow rates were selected to cover the
whole composition range. To determine the heat effect, a modified Setaram calorimeter based on heat-flux
principle was used.
The enthalpy of mixing, Mh, is given by

Mh = nAHA + nBHB (nAH0A + nBH0B)

(2a)

and the excess enthalpy, H , is given by

HE = Mh/(nA + nB)

(2b)

where:
HA
HB
H0A
H0B
nA
nB

partial molar enthalpy of solvent A


partial molar enthalpy of polymer B
molar enthalpy of pure solvent A
molar enthalpy of pure polymer B
amount of substance of solvent A
amount of substance of polymer B

PVT/density measurement for polymer melt and solution


There are two widely practiced methods for the PVT measurement of polymers and polymer
solutions:

1. Piston-die technique
2. Confining fluid technique
which were described in detail by Zoller in papers and books (1986ZOL and 1995ZOL). Thus, a short
summary is sufficient here.
In the piston-die technique, the material is confined in a rigid die or cylinder, which it has to fill
completely. A pressure is applied to the sample as a load on a piston, and the movement of the piston with
pressure and temperature changes is used to calculate the specific volume of the sample. Experimental
problems concerning solid samples need not be discussed here, since only data for the liquid/molten
(equilibrium) state are taken into consideration for this handbook. A typical practical complication is
leakage around the piston when low-viscosity melts or solutions are tested. Seals cause an amount of
friction leading to uncertainties in the real pressure applied. There are commercial devices as well as
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In the confining fluid technique, the material is surrounded at all times by a confining (inert)
fluid, often mercury, and the combined volume changes of sample and fluid are measured by a suitable
technique as a function of temperature and pressure. The volume change of the sample is determined by
subtracting the volume change of the confining fluid. A problem with this technique lies in potential
interactions between fluid and sample. Precise knowledge of the PVT properties of the confining fluid is
additionally required. The above-mentioned problems for the piston-die technique can be avoided.
For both techniques, the absolute specific volume of the sample must be known at a single
condition of pressure and temperature. Normally, these conditions are chosen to be 298.15 K and normal
pressure (101.325 kPa). There are a number of methods to determine specific volumes (or densities) under
these conditions. For polymeric samples, hydrostatic weighing or density gradient columns were often
used.
The tables in chapter 6 do not provide specific volumes below the melting transition of
semicrystalline materials or below the glass transition of amorphous samples, because PVT data of solid
polymer samples are non-equilibrium data and depend on sample history and experimental procedure
(which will not be discussed here).
PVT data of polymers have been measured by many authors and it is not the intention of this
handbook to present all available data. Only a certain number of polymers and their data sets are selected
here to provide the necessary information with respect to the pressure dependence of the thermodynamic
properties for the main classes of polymer solutions in the preceding chapters. Further PVT data for many
polymers are given in (1995ZOL), for copolymers in (2001WOH). Parameters of the Tait equation for a
number of polymers are given in (1999BRA) and (2003WOH).
Measurement of densities for polymer solutions at elevated pressures can be made today by Utube vibrating densimeters. Such instruments are commercially available. Calibration is often made with
pure water. Otherwise, densities can also be measured by the above discussed PVT equipment or in the
equilibrium cell of a synthetic method.
Excess volumes are determined by

VEspez = Vspez (wAV0A, spez + wBV0B, spez)

(3a)

VE = (xAMA + xBMB)/ (xAMA/A + xBMB/B)

(3b)

or

where:
VE
VEspez
V0A, spez
V0B, spez

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molar excess volume at temperature T


specific excess volume at temperature T
specific volume of pure solvent A at temperature T
specific volume of pure polymer B at temperature T
density of the mixture at temperature T
density of pure solvent A at temperature T
density of pure polymer B at temperature T

Determination of second virial coefficients A2


The osmotic virial coefficients are defined via the concentration dependence of the osmotic
pressure, , of a polymer solution, e.g., (1974TOM):

2
= RT
+ A2 cB + A3cB + ...
cB
Mn

(4)

where
A2
A3
cB
Mn
R
T

second osmotic virial coefficient


third osmotic virial coefficient
(mass/volume) concentration of polymer B
number-average relative molar mass of the polymer
gas constant
(measuring) temperature

There are a couple of methods for the experimental determination of the second virial coefficient.
Scattering methods (classical light scattering, X-ray scattering, neutron scattering) are usually applied to
investigate its pressure dependence, e.g., (1972SCH).
Scattering methods enable the determination of A2 via the common relation:

KcB
1
=
+ 2 A2Q ( q )cB + ...
R( q) M w Pz ( q )

(5)

with

q=

sin
2

(6)

where:
K
Mw
Pz(q)
q
Q(q)
R(q)

a constant that summarizes the optical parameters of a scattering experiment


mass-average relative molar mass of the polymer
z-average of the scattering function
scattering vector
function for the q-dependence of A2
excess intensity of the scattered beam at the value q
wavelength
scattering angle

Depending on the chosen experiment (light, X-ray or neutron scattering), the constant K is to be
calculated from different relations. For experimental and theoretical details please see the corresponding
textbooks (1972HUG, 1975CAS, 1982GLA, 1986HIG, 1987BER, 1987KRA, 1987WIG, and 1991CHU).

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1.3. Guide to the data tables


Characterization of the polymers
Polymers vary by a number of characterization variables (1991BAR, 1999PET). The molar
mass and their distribution function are the most important variables. However, tacticity, sequence
distribution, branching, and end groups determine their thermodynamic behavior in solution too.
Unfortunately, much less information is provided with respect to the polymers that were applied in most
of the thermodynamic investigations in the original literature. For copolymers, the chemical distribution
and the average chemical composition are also to be given. But, in many cases, the samples are
characterized only by one or two molar mass averages and some additional information (e.g., Tg, Tm, B,
or how and where they were synthesized). Sometimes even this information is missed.
The molar mass averages are defined as follows:
number average Mn

n M
=
n
Bi

Mn

Bi

Bi

Bi

Bi

/ M Bi

(7)

mass average Mw

Mw

n
=
n

Bi

M B2i

w M
=
w
Bi

Bi

Bi

M Bi

(8)

Bi

z-average Mz

Mz

n
=
n

Bi

M B3i

w
=
w

Bi

M B2i

Bi

M Bi

2
Bi M Bi

(9)

viscosity average M

wBi M Bai
M = i
wBi
i
where:
a
MBi
nBi
wBi

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exponent in the viscosity-molar mass relationship


relative molar mass of the polymer species Bi
amount of substance of polymer species Bi
mass fraction of polymer species Bi

(10)

Measures for the polymer concentration


The following concentration measures are used in the tables of this handbook (where B always
denotes the main polymer, A denotes the solvent, and in ternary systems C denotes the third component):
mass/volume concentration

cA = mA/V

cB = mB/V

(11)

wB = mB/ mi

(12)

mass fraction

wA = mA/ mi
mole fraction

xA = nA/ ni

xB = nB/ ni

with

ni = mi/Mi and MB = Mn

(13)

volume fraction

A = (mA/A)/ (mi/i)

B = (mB/B)/ (mi/i)

(14)

segment fraction

A = xArA/ xiri B = xBrB/ xiri

usually with rA = 1

(15)

with rB = MB/M0 and rA = 1

(16)

base mole fraction

zA = xArA/ xiri
where:
cA
cB
mA
mB
MA
MB
Mn
M0
nA
nB
rA
rB
V
wA
wB
xA
xB

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zB = xBrB/ xiri

(mass/volume) concentration of solvent A


(mass/volume) concentration of polymer B
mass of solvent A
mass of polymer B
relative molar mass of the solvent A
relative molar mass of the polymer B
number-average relative molar mass
molar mass of a basic unit of the polymer B
amount of substance of solvent A
amount of substance of polymer B
segment number of the solvent A, usually rA = 1
segment number of the polymer B
volume of the liquid solution at temperature T
mass fraction of solvent A
mass fraction of polymer B
mole fraction of solvent A
mole fraction of polymer B

zA
zB
A
B
A
B
A
B

base mole fraction of solvent A


base mole fraction of polymer B
volume fraction of solvent A
volume fraction of polymer B
density of solvent A
density of polymer B
segment fraction of solvent A
segment fraction of polymer B

For high-molecular polymers, a mole fraction is not an appropriate unit to characterize


composition. However, for oligomeric products with rather low molar masses, mole fractions were
sometimes used. In the common case of a distribution function for the molar mass, MB = Mn is to be
chosen. Mass fraction and volume fraction can be considered as special cases of segment fractions
depending on the way by which the segment size is actually determined: ri/rA = Mi/MA or ri/rA = Vi/VA =
(Mi/i)/(MA/A), respectively. Classical segment fractions are calculated by applying ri/rA = VivdW/VAvdW
ratios where hard-core van der Waals volumes, VivdW, are taken into account. Their special values depend
on the chosen equation of state or simply some group contribution schemes, e.g., (1968BON, 1990KRE)
and have to be specified.
Volume fractions imply a temperature dependence and, as they are defined in equation (14),
neglect excess volumes of mixing and, very often, the densities of the polymer in the state of the solution
are not known correctly. However, volume fractions can be calculated without the exact knowledge of the
polymer molar mass (or its averages). Base mole fractions are sometimes applied for polymer systems in
earlier literature. The value for M0 is the molar mass of a basic unit of the polymer. Sometimes it is chosen
arbitrarily, however, and has to be specified.

Tables of experimental data


The data tables in each chapter are provided there in order of the names of the polymers. In this
data book, mostly source-based polymer names are applied. These names are more common in use, and
they are usually given in the original sources, too. Structure-based names, for which details about their
nomenclature can be found in the Polymer Handbook (1999BRA), are chosen in some single cases only.
CAS index names for polymers are not applied here. Finally, the list of systems and properties in order of
the polymers in Appendix 1 is made by using the names as given in the chapters of this book.
Within types of polymers the individual samples are ordered by their increasing average molar
mass, and, when necessary, systems are ordered by increasing temperature. In ternary systems, ordering is
additionally made subsequently according to the name of the third component in the system. Each data set
begins with the lines for the solution components, e.g., in binary systems

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 20, Mw/kg.mol1 = 60,
Baysilone M10000, GE Bayer Silicones, Germany
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2

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where the polymer sample is given in the first line together with the reference. The second line provides
then the characterization available for the polymer sample. The following line gives the solvents chemical
name, molecular formula, and CAS registry number.

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In ternary and quaternary systems, the following lines are either for a second solvent or a second
polymer or a salt or another chemical compound, e.g., in ternary systems with two solvents

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):

polyethylene
1990KEN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 177, Mz/kg.mol1 = 1000,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14
nitrogen
N2
7727-37-9

or, e.g., in ternary systems with a second polymer

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Polymer (C):
Characterization:

polystyrene
2000BEH
Mn/kg.mol1 = 93, Mw/kg.mol1 = 101.4, Mz/kg.mol1 = 111.9,
BASF AG, Germany
cyclohexane
C6H12
110-82-7
polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13, Mw/kg.mol1 = 89, Mz/kg.mol1 = 600,
LDPE, Stamylan, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands

or, e.g., in quaternary (or higher) systems like

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Solvent (D):

ethylene/norbornene copolymer
2003LEE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 34.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 83.3, 50 mol% ethylene,
Tg/K = 408.15, Union Chemical Laboratories, Taiwan
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4
toluene
C7H8
108-88-3
bicyclo[2,2,1]-2-heptene (norbornene)
C7H10
498-66-8

There are some exceptions from this type of presentation within the tables for A2 data, the UCST
and LCST data, or the PVT data of pure polymers. These tables are prepared in the forms as chosen in
2001WOH .
The originally measured data for each single system are sometimes listed together with some
comment lines if necessary. The data are usually given as published, but temperatures are always given in
K. Pressures are sometimes recalculated into kPa or MPa.
Because many investigations on liquid-liquid or fluid-fluid equilibrium in polymer solutions at
elevated pressures are provided in the literature in figures only, chapters 3 and 4 contain additional tables
referring to types of systems, included components, and references.
Final day for including data into this Handbook was June, 30, 2004.

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1.4. List of symbols

a
aA
A2
A, B, C
cA
cB
MH
HE
K
K
mA
mB
M
MA
MB
Mn
Mw
M
Mz
M0
MI
nA
nB
P
P0
PA
P0A
Pcrit
Pz(q)
q
Q(q)
R
R(q)
rA
rB
T
Tcrit
Tg
Tm
V, Vspez
V0
VE
VvdW
V

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exponent in the viscosity-molar mass relationship


activity of solvent A
second osmotic virial coefficient
parameters of the Tait equation
(mass/volume) concentration of solvent A
(mass/volume) concentration of polymer B
(integral) enthalpy of mixing
excess enthalpy
a constant that summarizes the optical parameters of a scattering experiment
weight fraction-based partition coefficient at infinite dilution
mass of solvent A
mass of polymer B
relative molar mass
molar mass of the solvent A
molar mass of the polymer B
number-average relative molar mass
mass-average relative molar mass
viscosity-average relative molar mass
z-average relative molar mass
molar mass of a basic unit of the polymer B
melting index
amount of substance of solvent A
amount of substance of polymer B
pressure
standard pressure (= 0.101325 MPa)
partial vapor pressure of the solvent A at temperature T
vapor pressure of the pure liquid solvent A at temperature T
critical pressure
z-average of the scattering function
scattering vector
function for the q-dependence of A2
gas constant
excess intensity of the scattered beam at the value q
segment number of the solvent A, usually rA = 1
segment number of the polymer B
(measuring) temperature
critical temperature
glass transition temperature
melting transition temperature
volume or specific volume at temperature T
reference volume
excess volume at temperature T
hard-core van der Waals volume
volume difference V V0 (in swelling experiments)

wA
wB
wB,crit
xA
xB
zA
zB

A
B
B,crit

A
B

A
B

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mass fraction of solvent A


mass fraction of polymer B
mass fraction of the polymer B at the critical point
mole fraction of solvent A
mole fraction of polymer B
base mole fraction of solvent A
base mole fraction of polymer B
critical exponent
activity coefficient of the solvent A in the liquid phase with activity aA = xAA
wavelength
volume fraction of solvent A
volume fraction of polymer B
volume fraction of the polymer B at the critical point
density (of the mixture) at temperature T
density of solvent A
density of polymer B
osmotic pressure
scattering angle
mass fraction-based activity coefficient of the solvent A in the liquid phase with
activity aA = wAA
segment fraction of solvent A
segment fraction of polymer B

1.5. References

1968BON
1968KON
1969WOL
1971YAM
1972HUG
1972KON
1972SCH
1974TOM
1975BON
1975CAS
1980VAN
1982GLA
1986HIG
1986ZOL
1987BER
1987COO
1987KRA
1989RAE
1987WIG
1990BAR
1990FUJ
1990KAM
1990KRE
1990RAE

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Bondi, A., Physical Properties of Molecular Crystals, Liquids and Glasses, J. Wiley &
Sons, New York, 1968.
Koningsveld, R. and Staverman, A.J., Liquid-liquid phase separation in multicomponent
polymer solutions I and II, J. Polym. Sci., Pt. A-2, 6, 305, 325, 1968.
Wolf, B.A., Zur Bestimmung der kritischen Konzentration von Polymerlsungen,
Makromol. Chem., 128, 284, 1969.
Yamakawa, H., Modern Theory of Polymer Solutions, Harper & Row, New York, 1971.
Huglin, M.B., Ed., Light Scattering from Polymer Solutions, Academic Press, New York,
1972.
Koningsveld, R., Polymer solutions and fractionation, in Polymer Science, Jenkins, E.D.,
Ed., North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1972, 1047.
Schulz, G.V. and Lechner, M.D., Influence of pressure and temperature, in Light Scattering
from Polymer Solutions, Huglin, M.B., Ed., Academic Press, New York, 1972, 503.
Tombs, M.P. and Peacock, A.R., The Osmotic Pressure of Macromolecules, Oxford
University Press, London, 1974.
Bonner, D.C., Vapor-liquid equilibria in concentrated polymer solutions, Macromol. Sci.
Rev. Macromol. Chem., C13, 263, 1975.
Casassa, E.F. and Berry, G.C., Light scattering from solutions of macromolecules, in
Polymer Molecular Weights, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1975, Pt. 1, 161.
Van Konynenburg, P.H. and Scott, R.L., Critical lines and phase equilibria in binary vander-Waals mixtures, Philos. Trans. Roy. Soc., 298, 495, 1980.
Glatter, O. and Kratky, O., Eds., Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering, Academic Press, London,
1982.
Higgins, J.S. and Macconachie, A., Neutron scattering from macromolecules in solution, in
Polymer Solutions, Forsman, W.C., Ed., Plenum Press, New York, 1986, 183.
Zoller, P., Dilatometry, in Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering, Vol. 5, 2nd
ed., Mark, H. et al., Eds., J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1986, 69.
Berry, G.C., Light scattering, in Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering, Vol. 8,
2nd ed., Mark, H. et al., Eds., J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1986, 721.
Cooper, A.R., Molecular weight determination, in Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and
Engineering, Vol. 10, 2nd ed., Mark, H. et al., Eds., J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1986, 1.
Kratochvil, P., Classical Light Scattering from Polymer Solutions, Elsevier, Amsterdam,
1987.
Rtzsch, M.T. and Kehlen, H., Continuous thermodynamics of polymer systems, Prog.
Polym. Sci., 14, 1, 1989.
Wignall, G.D., Neutron scattering, in Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering,
Vol. 10, 2nd ed., Mark, H. et al., Eds., J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1986, 112.
Barton, A.F.M., CRC Handbook of Polymer-Liquid Interaction Parameters and Solubility
Parameters, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1990.
Fujita, H., Polymer Solutions, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990.
Kamide, K., Thermodynamics of Polymer Solutions, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990.
[Van] Krevelen, D.W., Properties of Polymers, 3rd ed., Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990.
Rtzsch, M.T. and Wohlfarth, C., Continuous thermodynamics of copolymer systems, Adv.
Polym. Sci., 98, 49, 1990.

1991CHU
1991BAR
1992WEN

1993DAN
1994MCH
1994WOH
1995ZOL
1997KIR
1999BRA
1999KIR
1999KLE
1999LOP

1999PET
1999PRA
1999YEL
2000WOH
2001KON
2001WOH
2002CHR
2003WOH
2004WOH

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Chu, B., Laser Light Scattering, Academic Press, New York, 1991.
Barth, H.G. and Mays, J.W., Eds., Modern Methods of Polymer Characterization, J. Wiley
& Sons, New York, 1991, 201.
Wen, H., Elbro, H.S., and Alessi, P., Polymer Solution Data Collection. I. Vapor-liquid
equilibrium; II. Solvent activity coefficients at infinite dilution; III. Liquid-liquid
equlibrium, Chemistry Data Series, Vol. 15, DECHEMA, Frankfurt am Main, 1992.
Danner, R.P. and High, M.S., Handbook of Polymer Solution Thermodynamics, American
Institute of Chemical Engineers, New York, 1993.
McHugh, M.A. and Krukonis, V.J., Supercritical Fluid Extraction: Principles and
Practice, 2nd ed., Butterworth Publishing, Stoneham, 1994.
Wohlfarth, C., Vapour-Liquid Equilibrium Data of Binary Polymer Solutions: Physical
Science Data, 44, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1994.
Zoller, P. and Walsh, D.J., Standard Pressure-Volume-Temperature Data for Polymers,
Technomic Publishing, Lancaster, 1995.
Kiran, E. and Zhuang, W., Miscibility and Phase Separation of Polymers in Near- and
Supercritical Fluids, ACS Symposium Series 670, 2, 1997.
Brandrup, J., Immergut, E.H., and Grulke, E.A., Eds., Polymer Handbook, 4th ed., J. Wiley
& Sons, New York, 1999.
Kirby, C.F. and McHugh, M.A., Phase behavior of polymers in supercritical fluid solvents,
Chem. Rev., 99, 565, 1999.
Klenin, V.J., Thermodynamics of Systems Containing Flexible-Chain Polymers, Elsevier,
Amsterdam, 1999.
Lopez, E.R., Coxam, J.-Y., Fernandez, J., and Grolier, J.-P.E., Pressure and temperature
dependence of excess enthalpies of methanol + tetraethylene glycol dimethyl ether and
methanol + polyethylene glycol dimethyl ether 250, J. Chem. Eng. Data, 44, 1409, 1999.
Pethrick, R.A. and Dawkins, J.V., Eds., Modern Techniques for Polymer Characterization,
J. Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 1999.
Prausnitz, J.M., Lichtenthaler, R.N., and de Azevedo, E.G., Molecular Thermodynamics of
Fluid Phase Equilibria, 3rd ed., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1999.
Yelash, L.V. and Kraska, T., The global phase behaviour of binary mixtures of chain
molecules. Theory and application, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 1, 4315, 1999.
Wohlfarth, C., Methods for the measurement of solvent activity of polymer solutions, in
Handbook of Solvents, Wypych, G., Ed., ChemTec Publishing, Toronto, 2000, 146.
Koningsveld, R., Stockmayer, W.H., and Nies, E., Polymer Phase Diagrams, Oxford
University Press, Oxford, 2001.
Wohlfarth, C., CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of Copolymer Solutions, CRC
Press, Boca Raton, 2001.
Christov, M. and Dohrn, R., High-pressure fluid phase equilibria. Experimental methods
and systems investigated (1994-1999), Fluid Phase Equil., 202, 153, 2002.
Wohlfarth, C., Pressure-volume-temperature relationship for polymer melts, in CRC
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Wohlfarth, C., CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of Aqueous Polymer Solutions,
CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2004.

2. VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM (VLE) DATA AND GAS


SOLUBILITIES AT ELEVATED PRESSURES
2.1. Binary polymer solutions

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

butylene succinate/butylene adipate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 53, Mw/kg.mol1 = 180, 20.0 mol% adipate,
Tg/K = 231, Tm/K = 365, 25 wt% crystallinity
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

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gas solubility

T/K = 323.15
P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)
Comments:

1.098
12.59

2.097
24.18

3.065
35.59

4.053
47.49

6.016
73.64

7.870
103.6

9.844
150.3

The isotherm at 323 K is below the melting temperature. Below Tm, only the
amorphous parts absorb CO2. Thus, the solubility can be recalculated with respect to
the amount of the amorphous parts of PBS.

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg amorphous)

1.098
16.79

2.097
32.24

3.065
47.45

4.053
63.32

6.016
98.19

7.870
138.1

9.844
200.4

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

2.082
18.39

2.581
22.85

4.028
35.91

4.610
41.22

6.200
55.78

6.681
60.20

8.053
72.80

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

8.630
78.14

11.997
108.4

12.460
112.7

16.024
142.3

16.548
146.7

20.036
174.1

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

2.102
14.51

2.676
18.51

4.118
28.63

4.684
32.63

6.098
42.64

6.700
46.92

8.177
57.49

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

8.699
61.17

12.314
86.49

16.027
111.5

16.572
115.0

20.074
137.4

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

2.079
11.84

2.600
14.83

4.126
23.57

4.698
26.89

6.070
34.85

6.628
38.09

8.259
47.63

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

8.973
51.50

12.009
69.20

12.766
73.49

16.139
92.35

20.127
113.6

T/K = 393.15

T/K = 423.15

T/K = 453.15

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Polymer (B):

butyl methacrylate/N,N-dimethylaminoethyl
methacrylate block copolymer
Mw/kg.mol1 = 95.7, 59.43 mol% butyl methacrylate
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

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gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2
0.0054

0.3
0.0090

Polymer (B):

0.5
0.0154

0.6
0.0185

0.7
0.0220

0.8
0.0255

0.9
0.0286

butyl methacrylate/N,N-dimethylaminoethyl
methacrylate block copolymer
Mw/kg.mol1 = 87.8, 89.54 mol% butyl methacrylate
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.4
0.0122

1.0
0.0317

2003WAN
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2
0.0060

0.3
0.0091

Polymer (B):

0.5
0.0152

0.6
0.0183

0.7
0.0216

0.8
0.0248

0.9
0.0278

butyl methacrylate/N,N-dimethylaminoethyl
methacrylate block copolymer
Mw/kg.mol1 = 90, 93.94 mol% butyl methacrylate
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.4
0.0121

1.0
0.0311

2003WAN
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2
0.0055

0.3
0.0082

Polymer (B):

0.5
0.0150

0.6
0.0183

0.7
0.0223

0.8
0.0256

0.9
0.0291

butyl methacrylate/N,N-dimethylaminoethyl
methacrylate block copolymer
Mw/kg.mol1 = 26.4, 95.13 mol% butyl methacrylate
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.4
0.0115

1.0
0.0326

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P/MPa
wA

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0.2
0.0091

0.3
0.0133

0.4
0.0170

0.5
0.0213

0.6
0.0249

0.7
0.0291

0.8
0.0329

0.9
0.0368

1.0
0.0406

Polymer (B):

butyl methacrylate/perfluoroalkylethyl
acrylate block copolymer
Mw/kg.mol1 = 18.9, 81.99 mol% butyl methacrylate,
perfluoroalkyl = (CF2)8.6CF3
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

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T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2
0.0054

0.3
0.0080

Polymer (B):

0.5
0.0151

0.6
0.0185

0.7
0.0221

0.8
0.0249

0.9
0.0318

butyl methacrylate/perfluoroalkylethyl
acrylate block copolymer
Mw/kg.mol1 = 14.9, 94.50 mol% butyl methacrylate,
perfluoroalkyl = (CF2)8.6CF3
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.4
0.0111

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gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2
0.0074

0.3
0.0111

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.6
0.0221

0.7
0.0258

0.8
0.0293

0.9
0.0328

vapor-liquid equilibrium

wB

0.151

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

355.05
11.5

373.15
16.4

T/K
P/bar

473.15
90.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Solvent (A):

0.5
0.0185

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 0.78, Mw/kg.mol1 = 0.79, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.4
0.0149

398.15
27.1

421.65
39.8

424.05
42.5

426.35
44.8

428.15
46.5

432.95
51.7

ethylene/propylene block copolymer


Mw/kg.mol1 = 240, 4.9 wt% ethene, 90% isotactic,
58.1 wt% crystallinity, impact propylene copolymer,
Mitsubishi Chemical, Kurashiki, Japan
ethene
C2H4

444.45
63.4

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continued
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 323.15
P/MPa
wA

0.3800 0.8987 1.4021 1.9014 2.4131 3.0362


0.00252 0.00580 0.00898 0.01213 0.01535 0.01927

T/K = 343.15
P/MPa
wA

0.3738 0.8009 1.2862 1.7985 2.3093 2.8260


0.00197 0.00416 0.00664 0.00926 0.01185 0.01447

T/K = 363.15
P/MPa
wA

0.3836 0.8533 1.3355 1.8383 2.3135 2.8231


0.00169 0.00374 0.00583 0.00800 0.01003 0.01219

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene block copolymer


Mw/kg.mol1 = 240, 4.9 wt% ethene, 90% isotactic,
58.1 wt% crystallinity, impact propylene copolymer,
Mitsubishi Chemical, Kurashiki, Japan
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2000SA2

115-07-1

gas solubility

T/K = 323.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2143 0.6207 1.0232 1.3323 1.6264 1.7866


0.00664 0.02097 0.03989 0.05663 0.07448 0.08682

T/K = 343.15
P/MPa
wA

0.3024 0.7554 1.4385 1.8452 2.2823 2.6448


0.00736 0.01898 0.03884 0.05417 0.07091 0.08703

T/K = 363.15
P/MPa
wA

0.3659 0.9153 1.4844 2.0138 2.5029 3.0951


0.00628 0.01671 0.02847 0.04058 0.05306 0.07089

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991FIN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 5.7, 29.0 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 443.15
P/MPa
wA

1.991
0.0116

P/MPa
wA

28.143
0.1619

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3.041
0.0184

5.882
0.0657

8.972
0.0538

12.864
0.0777

14.415
0.0884

16.768
0.1005

20.788
0.1207

24.318
0.1430

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991FIN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 41.3, 34.2 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

2.695
0.0135

4.683
0.0264

P/MPa
wA

22.361
0.1091

29.520
0.1323

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

6.551
0.0337

6.779
0.0373

8.847
0.0462

11.356
0.0577

14.006
0.0652

16.135
0.0752

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991FIN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 5.7, 29.0 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
vinyl acetate
C4H6O2
108-05-4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

6.464
0.0336

gas solubility

T/K = 413.15
P/MPa
wA

0.152
0.042

P/MPa
wA

0.464
0.299

0.169
0.077

0.186
0.079

0.273
0.114

0.288
0.115

0.371
0.205

0.405
0.245

0.435
0.237

0.444
0.318

0.166
0.050

0.185
0.065

0.265
0.071

0.494
0.116

0.557
0.127

0.567
0.129

0.425
0.055

0.495
0.056

0.543
0.086

0.788
0.122

0.935
0.155

T/K = 443.15
P/MPa
wA

0.125
0.028

0.144
0.030

0.165
0.047

P/MPa
wA

0.886
0.322

1.02
0.456

1.14
0.684

0.211
0.037

0.234
0.039

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

0.179
0.024

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

nylon 6
(298 K) = 1.140 g/cm3, 1020C, Mitsubishi, Japan
carbon dioxide
CO2

gas solubility

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
wA

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8
0.0177

10
0.0172

12
0.0083

14
0.0105

16
0.0132

2003XUQ
124-38-9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

nylon 6
(298 K) = 1.140 g/cm3, 1020C, Mitsubishi, Japan
styrene
C8H8

2003XUQ
100-42-5

vapor solubility

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
wA

8
0.0104

10
0.0059

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

12
0.0024

16
0.0035

polybutadiene
2002JOU
1
Mw/kg.mol = 420, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
cyclohexane
C6H12
110-82-7

vapor pressure

wB

0.050

was kept constant

T/K
PA/MPa

363.15
0.5

373.15
0.6

383.15
0.6

T/K
PA/MPa

453.15
1.9

463.15
2.1

473.15
2.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

14
0.0024

393.15
0.8

403.15
0.9

413.15
1.0

423.15
1.2

433.15
1.4

poly(butylene succinate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 29, Mw/kg.mol1 = 140,
branched, Tg/K = 243, Tm/K = 388, 35 wt% crystallinity
carbon dioxide
CO2

443.15
1.6

2000SA1

124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 323.15
P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

1.025
9.84

2.209
20.63

3.068
28.26

4.245
38.79

6.272
56.81

8.008
73.00

10.129
107.6

1.148
8.76

2.103
15.23

3.158
22.43

4.218
29.61

6.169
43.32

8.050
56.01

10.451
72.50

T/K = 353.15
P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)
Comments:

The isotherms at 323 and 353 are below the melting temperature where only the
amorphous parts absorb CO2. The original paper provides a column where the solubility
is also calculated with respect to the amount of the amorphous parts of PBS.

T/K = 393.15
P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

2.351
21.74

2.947
27.08

4.141
37.76

4.725
43.08

6.060
55.21

6.599
60.14

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

8.928
81.30

12.076
109.8

12.606
114.6

16.035
144.0

16.544
148.1

19.987
176.1

8.076
73.57

continued

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continued
T/K = 423.15
P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

2.221
15.01

2.935
19.93

4.065
27.77

4.705
32.16

6.035
41.45

6.572
45.29

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

8.696
60.41

12.036
83.09

12.572
87.33

16.038
110.7

16.541
113.9

20.095
135.5

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

2.133
11.92

2.798
15.66

4.132
23.15

4.627
26.04

6.039
34.11

6.626
37.36

P/MPa
mA/(g CO2/kg polymer)

8.570
48.40

12.007
68.30

12.592
71.53

16.071
90.82

16.574
93.67

20.144
112.6

8.242
57.10

T/K = 453.15

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(butyl methacrylate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.6
carbon dioxide
CO2

8.037
45.34

2003WAN
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2
0.0078

0.3
0.0125

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.4
0.0171

0.5
0.0212

0.6
0.0263

0.7
0.0314

0.8
0.0365

0.9
0.0415

poly(butyl methacrylate)
1990WAN, 1994WAN
M/kg.mol1 = 126, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

gas solubility

T/K = 313.2
P/MPa
wA

0.549
0.0147

0.971
0.0284

1.01
0.0269

1.49
0.0400

1.65
0.0469

2.06
0.0551

2.32
0.0627

2.82
0.0756

2.96
0.0835

P/MPa
wA

3.65
0.104

3.78
0.105

4.35
0.125

4.74
0.138

5.01
0.145

5.62
0.172

5.70
0.169

6.41
0.197

6.46
0.208

P/MPa
wA

7.23
0.232

7.77
0.252

T/K = 333.2
P/MPa
wA

0.691
0.0148

0.971
0.0220

1.26
0.0270

1.67
0.0365

1.94
0.0411

2.34
0.0506

2.67
0.0564

3.01
0.0649

3.43
0.0744

P/MPa
wA

3.73
0.0802

4.23
0.0919

4.36
0.0941

4.92
0.108

5.05
0.110

5.68
0.128

5.74
0.127

6.54
0.148

7.47
0.172

P/MPa
wA

8.12
0.195

8.67
0.204
continued

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continued
T/K = 353.2
P/MPa
wA

0.701
0.0133

1.09
0.0214

1.30
0.0236

1.76
0.0328

1.94
0.0354

2.48
0.0461

2.63
0.0477

3.10
0.0572

3.26
0.0591

P/MPa
wA

3.78
0.0693

3.95
0.0711

4.55
0.0833

4.63
0.0822

5.26
0.0966

5.34
0.0941

5.60
0.0987

5.98
0.111

6.82
0.125

P/MPa
wA

7.47
0.142

8.24
0.155

8.98
0.173

9.68
0.187

10.2
0.199

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polycarbonate bisphenol-A

carbon dioxide
CO2

1999KEL
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 293.15
P/MPa
wA

0.992
0.0321

1.994
0.0588

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
T/K
P/MPa
wA

3.458
0.0897

5.032
0.1151

5.836
0.1282

polycarbonate bisphenol-A
Mw/kg.mol1 = 64, Acros
carbon dioxide
CO2

313.15
30
0.1344

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

313.15
40
0.1470

2004TAN
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 313.15

P/MPa

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

323.15
20
0.1171

323.15
30
0.1313

323.15
40
0.1459

333.15
20
0.1087

333.15
30
0.1298

poly(chlorotrifluoroethylene)
Modern Plastics, Springfield, MA
carbon dioxide
CO2

Type of data:

Type of data:

4.495
0.1075

gas solubility

313.15
20
0.1241

Solvent (A):

3.976
0.0984

10.5

wA

333.15
40
0.1432

1999WEB
124-38-9

0.0416

poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene ether)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 22, Mw/kg.mol1 = 47,
Tg/K = 477.1, Asahi Chemicals Inc., Kawasaki, Japan
carbon dioxide
CO2

2002SAT

124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 373.15
continued

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continued
P/MPa
wA

2.125
4.118
6.098
8.051
12.043 16.023 19.964
0.02894 0.04675 0.06102 0.07354 0.09978 0.12540 0.15421

T/K = 423.15
P/MPa
wA

2.150
4.150
6.040
8.133
12.121 16.077
0.01438 0.02546 0.03419 0.04373 0.06326 0.08317

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

2.097
4.155
6.120
8.048
12.122 16.072
0.00869 0.01678 0.02414 0.03136 0.04805 0.06013

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene ether)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 24, Mw/kg.mol1 = 63,
Tg/K = 479.0, Asahi Chemicals Inc., Kawasaki, Japan
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2002SAT

124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 373.15
P/MPa
wA

2.058
4.003
8.100
10.111 11.965 13.935 15.993 17.933 20.006
0.03459 0.05113 0.07517 0.08534 0.09585 0.10727 0.12086 0.13498 0.14852

T/K = 423.15
P/MPa
wA

1.983
4.105
8.056
10.061 12.108 14.078 16.098 18.076 20.076
0.01486 0.02653 0.04350 0.05299 0.06378 0.07373 0.08340 0.09299 0.10261

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

2.179
4.142
8.085
10.082 12.078 14.063 16.032 18.106 20.208
0.00699 0.01560 0.03310 0.04134 0.05000 0.00182 0.06606 0.07502 0.08289

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
P/atm
Tg/K

13.6
484.55

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

1994HAN
124-38-9

Tg at saturation gas solubility

0.0
489.15

Solvent (A):

poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene ether)

carbon dioxide
CO2

27.2
476.75

34.0
475.25

40.8
468.95

54.4
466.15

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 161, Mw/kg.mol1 = 188,
Polymer Source, Inc., Quebec
carbon dioxide
CO2

61.2
457.55

2002FLI

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling


continued

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continued
T/K = 296.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

2.14
0.1205
9.31

4.24
0.2107
24.03

6.24
0.3632
83.05

8.27
0.3867
94.29

10.45
0.4089
104.77

1.38
0.0438
3.31

2.83
0.0842
7.25

4.17
0.1161
11.77

5.62
0.1488
17.81

7.00
0.1811
25.53

T/K = 323.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

9.83
0.2553
48.70

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
cross-linked in the laboratory by using a sample from
GE-Plastics, Electrical Insulation Suppliers, Atlanta, GA
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 313.15

P/MPa

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

10.5

wA

11.17
0.2842
59.58

1999WEB

124-38-9

0.1019

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
1998VIN
United Chemical Technologies, Inc., Petrarch Silanes & Silicones,
cross-linked using benzoyl peroxide
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

8.31
0.2163
35.19

swelling at equilbrium pressure

T/K = 314.65
P/bar
V/V0

1.0
1.012

6.6
1.025

12.0
1.040

33.0
1.112

33.4
1.129

54.3
1.217

55.3
1.194

57.7
1.240

65.7
1.309

P/bar
V/V0

68.9
1.344

77.3
1.449

80.9
1.473

83.3
1.511

89.0
1.557

96.9
1.634

103.9
1.671

108.1
1.682

112.4
1.718

P/bar
V/V0

115.2
1.713

120.8
1.758

122.0
1.771

128.1
1.792

131.3
1.817

140.9
1.861

148.2
1.899

150.4
1.889

154.2
1.931

P/bar
V/V0

158.6
1.950

163.5
1.983

171.8
2.027

172.5
2.038

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 20, Mw/kg.mol1 = 60,
Baysilone M10000, GE Bayer Silicones, Germany
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2

2002PFO

75-45-6

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
continued

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continued
P/kPa
wA
aA

2.8
8.7
16.2
32.7
61.3
115.0
0.00068 0.00223 0.00423 0.00899 0.01640 0.03126
0.0033 0.0100 0.0186 0.0376 0.0701 0.1303

T/K = 343.15
P/kPa
wA
aA

30.5
66.5
109.7
151.0
181.1
213.5
0.00315 0.00742 0.01224 0.01689 0.02030 0.02405
0.0153 0.0331 0.0544 0.0744 0.0889 0.1044

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyester (hyperbranched, aliphatic)


2003SEI
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 1.6, Mw/kg.mol = 2.1,
hydroxyl functional hyperbranched polyesters produced from polyalcohol cores and hydroxy acids, 16 OH groups per macromolecule,
hydroxyl no. = 490-520 mg KOH/g, acid no. = 5-9 mg KOH/g,
Boltorn H20, Perstorp Specialty Chemicals AB, Perstorp, Sweden
ethanol
C2H6O
64-17-5

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

vapor pressure

wB = 0.10 = constant
T/K
PA/MPa

316.5
0.036

323.2
0.047

329.0
0.058

336.6
0.077

343.0
0.096

351.1
0.127

359.6
0.174

T/K
PA/MPa

400.4
0.515

415.0
0.740

429.9
1.083

439.1
1.340

451.0
1.756

464.0
2.309

472.1
2.709

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyester (hyperbranched, aliphatic)


Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 2.1,
Boltorn H20, for details see the above data set
water
H 2O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

371.9
0.237

386.2
0.377

2003SEI

7732-18-5

vapor pressure

wB = 0.10 = constant
T/K
PA/MPa

348.2
0.045

353.7
0.052

361.2
0.069

366.5
0.083

T/K
PA/MPa

398.3
0.235

405.4
0.291

411.4
0.346

415.4
0.387

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Solvent (A):

370.1
0.095

375.5
0.113

381.0
0.135

386.6
0.163

393.4
0.203

polyester (hyperbranched, aliphatic)


2003SEI
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 5.1,
hydroxyl functional hyperbranched polyesters produced from polyalcohol cores and hydroxy acids, 64 OH groups per macromolecule,
hydroxyl no. = 470-500 mg KOH/g, acid no. = 7-11 mg KOH/g,
Boltorn H40, Perstorp Specialty Chemicals AB, Perstorp, Sweden
water
H 2O
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continued

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continued
Type of data:

vapor pressure

wB = 0.10 = constant
T/K
PA/MPa

350.6
0.046

358.4
0.062

363.1
0.073

368.2
0.087

374.0
0.107

378.2
0.123

T/K
PA/MPa

408.8
0.320

413.2
0.363

418.2
0.418

423.2
0.477

428.7
0.553

433.4
0.622

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

390.9
0.185

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.94, Mw/kg.mol1 = 5.37,
LDPE-wax, = 0.9238 g/cm3, Leuna-Werke, Germany
1-butene
C4H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

383.1
0.145

403.3
0.271

1992WOH

106-98-9

gas solubility

T/K = 493.15
P/MPa
wA

0.526
0.0142

Comments:

1.096
0.0357

Type of data:

2.067
0.0688

2.861
0.0943

4.869
0.1603

5.433
0.1860

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 22, Mw/kg.mol1 = 104, = 0.923 g/cm3,
50.4% crystallinity, LDPE
1-butene
C4H8

gas solubility

T/K = 302.95
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

119.968 228.904 286.130


0.01764 0.04359 0.06633
0.03556 0.08788 0.13372

T/K = 322.45
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

197.188 359.214 528.823


0.02339 0.05141 0.11382
0.04715 0.10365 0.22948

T/K = 341.95
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

292.335 570.192 819.090


0.02566 0.06770 0.15770
0.05173 0.13649 0.31794

T/K = 361.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

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4.585
0.1543

7.614
0.2706

High-pressure fluid phase equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

1.606
0.0532

526.066 872.869 1243.804


0.04693 0.10323 0.26743
0.09462 0.20812 0.53917

2001MOO

106-98-9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
2001MOO
Mn/kg.mol1 = 11.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 110.5, = 0.954 g/cm3,
70.2% crystallinity, HDPE
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

gas solubility

T/K = 303.15
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

122.726 233.041 290.956


0.01036 0.02288 0.03284
0.03477 0.07677 0.11019

T/K = 322.45
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

197.188 389.551 564.676


0.01087 0.02535 0.04961
0.03649 0.08051 0.16648

T/K = 322.75
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

212.357 350.940 540.544


0.01271 0.02220 0.04525
0.04266 0.07448 0.15183

T/K = 342.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

281.304 550.197 836.327


0.01294 0.02617 0.05072
0.04344 0.08781 0.17022

T/K = 361.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

580.534 913.548 1225.878


0.01805 0.03515 0.06289
0.06057 0.11794 0.21103

polyethylene
2001MOO
1
1
3
Mn/kg.mol = 25.9, Mw/kg.mol = 85.2, = 0.917 g/cm ,
47.0% crystallinity, LLDPE with 1-butene
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

gas solubility

T/K = 303.15
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

117.899 228.904 286.820


0.02075 0.05094 0.07919
0.03915 0.09612 0.14941

T/K = 322.65
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

203.394 365.419 532.960


0.02574 0.05797 0.13351
0.04858 0.10938 0.25191
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T/K = 342.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

290.956 560.539 819.780


0.03121 0.07302 0.17059
0.05889 0.13777 0.32187

T/K = 361.15
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

559.850 881.143 1241.046


0.05130 0.10614 0.24769
0.09680 0.20026 0.46734

polyethylene
2001MOO
Mn/kg.mol1 = 40.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 86.5, = 0.885 g/cm3,
18.5% crystallinity, LLDPE with 1-hexene
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

gas solubility

T/K = 303.15
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

118.589 229.594 283.372


0.04011 0.11308 0.19134
0.04922 0.13874 0.23477

T/K = 322.65
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

209.599 393.687 535.718


0.05225 0.14751 0.39621
0.06411 0.18099 0.48615

T/K = 342.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

287.509 573.639 666.028


0.05853 0.16911 0.23187
0.07182 0.20750 0.28450

T/K = 342.35
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

285.441 589.497 814.264


0.05840 0.17304 0.41314
0.07165 0.21232 0.50692

polyethylene
HDPE, = 0.955 g/cm3
carbon dioxide
CO2

2004SOL
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 293.15
P/bar
wA

22.1
22.1
24.0
24.0
31.3
31.3
39.1
39.1
0.00884 0.00894 0.00964 0.00975 0.01215 0.01225 0.01468 0.01468
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T/K = 305.15
P/bar
wA

18.8
18.8
29.9
31.4
31.6
31.6
37.4
42.5
42.5
0.00649 0.00655 0.00946 0.00970 0.00990 0.00979 0.01088 0.01205 0.01215

T/K = 313.15
P/bar
wA

20.4
20.4
29.8
29.8
40.7
40.7
0.00685 0.00706 0.00956 0.00959 0.01215 0.01235

T/K = 323.15
P/bar
wA

22.5
22.5
29.3
29.3
40.0
40.0
0.00695 0.00700 0.00831 0.00849 0.01049 0.01049

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 250, LDPE, Dow Chemical
carbon dioxide
CO2

2004DAV
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 423.15
P/psia
wA

95
0.005

227
0.011

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

435
0.020

488
0.023

polyethylene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 8.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 111, HDPE,
Nippon Petrochemicals, Kawasaki, Japan
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

326
0.015

1999SAT

124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 433.15
P/MPa
wA

6.936
0.0391

11.066
0.0695

13.644
0.0888

15.286
0.1024

16.347
0.1095

17.453
0.1166

11.326
0.0629

14.013
0.0817

15.762
0.0913

16.896
0.0986

18.123
0.1070

10.731
0.0522

13.344
0.0694

15.034
0.0803

17.019
0.0936

T/K = 453.15
P/MPa
wA

7.055
0.0338

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

6.608
0.0309

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 76, LDPE, MI = 65, = 0.919 g/cm3,
DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
cyclopentane
C5H10

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continued
Type of data:

vapor pressure

T/K = 425.65
wB
PA/bar

0.9513
1.76

0.8873
3.56

0.7981
5.79

0.7013
7.63

0.6038
9.02

0.5069
10.10

0.9085
5.74

0.8108
10.72

0.6992
15.53

0.5921
19.44

0.5032
22.41

T/K = 474.15
wB
PA/bar

0.9587
2.68

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
1977CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 31.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 248.7, Mz/kg.mol1 = 2378,
LDPE, = 0.9188 g/cm3, Union Carbide Corp., NY
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 399.15
P/atm
wA

4.40
0.0018

7.80
0.0037

11.2
0.0055

14.6
0.0075

18.0
0.0107

21.4
0.0136

24.8
0.0158

28.2
0.0175

31.6
0.0198

P/atm
wA

35.0
0.0221

38.4
0.0242

41.8
0.0255

45.2
0.0285

48.6
0.0305

52.0
0.0330

55.4
0.0359

58.8
0.0381

62.2
0.0417

P/atm
wA

65.6
0.0438

69.0
0.0469

T/K = 413.15
P/atm
wA

4.40
0.0015

7.80
0.0034

11.2
0.0048

14.6
0.0068

18.0
0.0087

21.4
0.0112

24.8
0.0131

28.2
0.0151

31.6
0.0166

P/atm
wA

35.0
0.0189

38.4
0.0208

41.8
0.0235

45.2
0.0250

48.6
0.0277

52.0
0.0296

55.4
0.0328

58.8
0.0341

62.2
0.0370

P/atm
wA

65.6
0.0382

69.0
0.0415

T/K = 428.15
P/atm
wA

4.40
0.0013

7.80
0.0029

11.2
0.0039

14.6
0.0055

18.0
0.0074

21.4
0.0090

24.8
0.0105

28.2
0.0120

31.6
0.0146

P/atm
wA

35.0
0.0164

38.4
0.0178

41.8
0.0207

45.2
0.0222

48.6
0.0242

52.0
0.0265

55.4
0.0286

58.8
0.0304

62.2
0.0329

P/atm
wA

65.6
0.0352

69.0
0.0372

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 2.4,
HDPE, Barex 2000, CDF Chimie, France
ethene
C2H4

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continued
Type of data:

gas solubility/bubble pressures/densities

T/K = 403.1
wA
0.0275
P/MPa 3.39
/(g/cm3) 0.768

0.0637
8.06
0.747

0.0773
10.01
0.740

0.1182
15.71
0.719

0.1189
15.49
0.716

0.1284
17.23
0.711

0.1482
22.14
0.703

0.0637
9.17
0.723

0.0773
11.49
0.723

0.1182
17.72
0.703

0.1189
17.46
0.701

0.1284
19.45
0.697

0.1482
24.33
0.687

0.0637
10.24
0.712

0.0772
12.64
0.706

0.0773
12.76
0.706

0.1182
19.35
0.688

0.1189
19.09
0.685

0.1284
21.17
0.685

0.0637
11.02

0.1189
20.32

0.1284
22.49

T/K = 433.1
wA
0.0275
P/MPa 3.89
/(g/cm3) 0.747
T/K = 463.1
wA
0.0275
P/MPa 4.35
/(g/cm3) 0.733

0.1482
26.13
0.673

T/K = 493.1
wA
P/MPa

0.0275
4.73

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 41,
HDPE, ZMP16, CDF Chimie, France
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
T/K
wA
P/MPa
/(g/cm3)

74-85-1

gas solubility/bubble pressures/densities

403.1
0.0127
1.52
0.7724

463.1
0.0127
1.91
0.7247

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1985ROU

523.1
0.0127
2.28

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 3.65, Mw/kg.mol1 = 7.6, LDPE-wax
ethene
C2H4

1987KOB
74-85-1

gas solubility

T/K = 393.2
wB
P/MPa

0.958
4.90

0.920
9.80

0.870
19.61

0.835
29.42

wB
P/MPa

0.535
88.25

0.455
98.06

0.365
107.82

0.270
117.67

0.795
39.22

0.755
49.03

0.715
58.84

0.665
68.54

0.605
78.45

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continued
T/K = 433.2
wB
P/MPa

0.958
4.90

0.920
9.80

0.865
19.61

wB
P/MPa

0.485
88.25

0.395
98.06

0.300
107.82

0.855
19.61

0.820
29.42

0.780
39.22

0.735
49.03

0.690
58.84

0.630
68.54

0.560
78.45

0.805
29.42

0.765
39.22

0.710
49.03

0.655
58.84

0.585
68.54

0.510
78.45

T/K = 473.2
wB
P/MPa

0.958
4.90

0.920
9.80

wB
P/MPa

0.430
88.25

0.345
98.06

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 4.95, Mw/kg.mol1 = 11.0, LDPE
ethene
C2H4

1987KOB
74-85-1

gas solubility

T/K = 393.2
wB
P/MPa

0.958
4.90

0.920
9.80

0.870
19.61

wB
P/MPa

0.585
88.25

0.525
98.06

0.380
117.67

0.835
29.42

0.800
39.22

0.765
49.03

0.725
58.84

0.685
68.54

0.640
78.45

0.825
29.42

0.785
39.22

0.745
49.03

0.700
58.84

0.655
68.54

0.600
78.45

0.815
29.42

0.765
39.22

0.715
49.03

0.660
58.84

0.605
68.54

0.485
78.45

T/K = 433.2
wB
P/MPa

0.958
4.90

0.920
9.80

0.865
19.61

wB
P/MPa

0.540
88.25

0.475
98.06

0.305
117.67

0.860
19.61

T/K = 473.2
wB
P/MPa

0.958
4.90

0.920
9.80

wB
P/MPa

0.454
88.25

0.415
98.06

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 22, Mw/kg.mol1 = 104, = 0.923 g/cm3,
50.4% crystallinity, LDPE
ethene
C2H4

2001MOO

74-85-1

gas solubility

T/K = 300.75
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P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

783.238 2154.594 3547.323


0.00430 0.01163 0.02022
0.00867 0.02346 0.04078

T/K = 320.85
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

805.990 2154.594 3530.086


0.00389 0.01076 0.01792
0.00785 0.02169 0.03613

T/K = 340.85
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

785.996 2138.736 3512.850


0.00356 0.00971 0.01607
0.00717 0.01958 0.03240

T/K = 360.95
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

795.648 2140.804 3526.639


0.00320 0.00921 0.01606
0.00645 0.01856 0.03237

polyethylene
2001MOO
Mn/kg.mol1 = 11.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 110.5, = 0.954 g/cm3,
70.2% crystallinity, HDPE
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

gas solubility

T/K = 300.85
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

859.080 2186.309 3561.113


0.00276 0.00697 0.01074
0.00928 0.02339 0.03606

T/K = 320.75
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

864.595 2147.699 3568.697


0.00226 0.00553 0.00929
0.00759 0.01855 0.03117

T/K = 340.75
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

852.185 2148.389 3534.223


0.00308 0.00450 0.00731
0.01033 0.01510 0.02453

T/K = 361.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

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852.185 2175.278 3540.428


0.00136 0.00351 0.00554
0.00458 0.01178 0.01860

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
2001MOO
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 85.2, = 0.917 g/cm3,
47.0% crystallinity, LLDPE with 1-butene
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

gas solubility

T/K = 303.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

819.780 2173.209 3531.465


0.00395 0.01090 0.01793
0.00746 0.02056 0.03383

T/K = 322.75
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

807.369 2210.441 3539.739


0.00464 0.01052 0.01672
0.00876 0.01985 0.03154

T/K = 342.25
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

808.748 2210.441 3545.944


0.00331 0.00873 0.01429
0.00625 0.01647 0.02697

T/K = 361.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

810.817 2244.914 3605.928


0.00306 0.00872 0.01493
0.00578 0.01645 0.02816

polyethylene
2001MOO
Mn/kg.mol1 = 40.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 86.5, = 0.885 g/cm3,
18.5% crystallinity, LLDPE with 1-hexene
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

gas solubility

T/K = 300.85
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

814.954 2169.762 3547.323


0.00810 0.02359 0.04077
0.00994 0.02895 0.05003

T/K = 320.85
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

838.396 2169.073 3545.255


0.00798 0.02121 0.03613
0.00979 0.02603 0.04433

T/K = 340.85
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

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814.954 2180.104 3526.639


0.00724 0.01999 0.03317
0.00889 0.02453 0.04070

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 250, LDPE, Dow Chemical
ethene
C2H4

2004DAV
74-85-1

gas solubility

T/K = 423.15
P/psia
wA

266
0.011

473
0.020

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

553
0.022

vapor pressure

0.024

was kept constant

T/K
PA/MPa

393.15
0.6

408.15
0.7

423.15
0.9

438.15
1.1

443.15
1.2

453.15
1.2

Liquid-liquid equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 177, Mz/kg.mol1 = 1000,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

763
0.031

polyethylene
2002JOU
1
Mw/kg.mol = 125, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
n-heptane
C7H16
142-82-5

wB

Comments:

633
0.025

1990KEN

110-54-3

vapor-liquid equilibrium

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0053
392.62
4.0

0.0053
394.62
4.2

0.0053
396.61
4.4

0.0053
402.54
5.0

0.0095
396.90
4.5

0.0095
397.94
4.6

0.0095
398.93
4.7

0.0095
399.90
4.8

0.0954
402.62
5.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0954
404.58
6.0

0.0954
406.57
6.2

0.0954
414.54
7.1

0.0954
418.51
7.7

0.0954
420.51
8.0

0.1313
414.94
6.6

0.1313
417.93
7.1

0.1313
419.93
7.4

0.1313
421.87
7.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1313
423.69
7.9

0.1313
425.66
8.2

Comments:

Liquid-liquid equilibrium and liquid-liquid-vapor equilibrium data for this system are
given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 43, Mw/kg.mol1 = 105, Mz/kg.mol1 = 190,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
n-hexane
C6H14

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continued
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

vapor-liquid equilibrium

0.2128
446.2
1.05

Comments:

0.1382
436.5
0.92

vapor-liquid equilibrium

0.0906
373.21
0.4

Comments:

0.0906
393.21
0.6

0.0829
393.18
0.7

polyethylene
2004CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 23.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 60.4, Mz/kg.mol1 = 100.7,
metallocene LLDPE, unspecified comonomer, industrial source
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0822
393.09
0.6

Comments:

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0.0829
413.15
0.8

LLE and LLVE data for this system are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

0.0906
443.14
1.3

vapor-liquid equilibrium

0.0829
373.23
0.4

Comments:

0.0906
433.14
1.1

polyethylene
2004CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 82, Mw/kg.mol1 = 108, completely hydrogenated
polybutadiene, Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0906
413.12
0.9

LLE and LLVE data for this system are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

0.0138
433.6
0.78

polyethylene
2004CHE
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 14.4, Mw/kg.mol = 15.5, completely hydrogenated
polybutadiene, Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
n-hexane
C6H14
110-54-3

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0138
423.4
0.68

LLE and LLVE data for this system are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

0.0813
431.3
0.77

vapor-liquid equilibrium
0.0822
413.15
0.9
LLE and LLVE data for this system are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
2001MOO
Mn/kg.mol1 = 11.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 110.5, = 0.954 g/cm3,
70.2% crystallinity, HDPE
592-41-6
1-hexene
C6H12

vapor solubility

T/K = 342.25
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

51.021
67.568 106.178
0.02077 0.03031 0.07508
0.06971 0.10173 0.25196

T/K = 361.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

71.705 128.931 190.294


0.01842 0.04169 0.10961
0.06181 0.13991 0.36783

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 22, Mw/kg.mol1 = 104, = 0.923 g/cm3,
50.4% crystallinity, LDPE
1-hexene
C6H12

2001MOO

592-41-6

vapor solubility

T/K = 342.25
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

55.158
68.947 110.315
0.05371 0.08019 0.27483
0.10829 0.16168 0.55409

T/K = 361.15
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

75.842 132.378 191.673


0.07117 0.17575 0.50437
0.14348 0.35434 1.01687

polyethylene
2001MOO
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 85.2, = 0.917 g/cm3,
47.0% crystallinity, LLDPE with 1-butene
592-41-6
1-hexene
C6H12

vapor solubility

T/K = 342.05
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

46.884
76.531 113.763
0.04459 0.09503 0.30252
0.08413 0.17930 0.57080

T/K = 361.25
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

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78.600 135.826 178.573


0.05581 0.14184 0.32805
0.10530 0.26762 0.61896

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
2001MOO
Mn/kg.mol1 = 40.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 86.5, = 0.885 g/cm3,
18.5% crystallinity, LLDPE with 1-hexene
592-41-6
1-hexene
C6H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

vapor solubility

T/K = 342.25
P/kPa
mA/(g/g polymer)
mA/(g/g amorphous polymer)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

51.021
75.152 91.010
0.10675 0.22058 0.46488
0.13098 0.27065 0.53490

polyethylene
HDPE, = 0.955 g/cm3
methane
CH4

2004SOL
74-82-8

gas solubility

T/K = 293.15
P/bar
wA

50.1
50.1
106.0
106.0
142.2
142.2
0.00296 0.00267 0.00515 0.00512 0.00601 0.00634

T/K = 305.15
P/bar
wA

48.3
55.5
103.8
105.0
150.0
151.0
151.0
157.1
157.1
0.00196 0.00215 0.00311 0.00310 0.00357 0.00409 0.00419 0.00413 0.00388

T/K = 313.15
P/bar
wA

49.6
49.6
105.0
105.0
135.2
135.2
0.00244 0.00245 0.00411 0.00427 0.00484 0.00490

T/K = 323.15
P/bar
wA

50.2
50.2
50.9
50.9
105.4
105.4
106.3
106.3
128.6
0.00217 0.00223 0.00220 0.00247 0.00353 0.00377 0.00380 0.00387 0.00396

P/bar
wA

128.6
142.2
142.2
0.00424 0.00422 0.00440

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 89.6, = 0.964 g/cm3,
77.5% crystallinity, HDPE, Marlex EMN 6030
2-methylpropane
C4H10

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1981PAR

75-28-5

gas solubility

T/K = 338.75
P/bar
wA

0.97
0.0022

1.03
0.0023

2.74
0.0070

4.55
0.0122

6.20
0.0179

7.91
0.0246

9.13
0.0313
continued

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continued
T/K = 347.05
P/bar
wA

1.03
0.0024

2.76
0.0065

4.51
0.0106

6.24
0.0155

7.94
0.0212

9.67
0.0277

2.77
0.0056

4.53
0.0092

6.25
0.0129

7.97
0.0171

9.72
0.0223

11.41
0.0277

2.82
0.0047

4.57
0.0079

6.29
0.0112

8.01
0.0146

10.75
0.0183

11.47
0.0224

T/K = 355.35
P/bar
wA

1.00
0.0020

T/K = 366.45
P/bar
wA

1.01
0.0017

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
1983MEY
Mn/kg.mol1 = 14, Mw/kg.mol1 = 94, = 0.951 g/cm3, HDPE
75-28-5
2-methylpropane
C4H10

gas solubility

T/K = 422.0
P/Torr
wA

99.9
129
197
335
646
867
1095
1351
1496
0.00056 0.00101 0.00118 0.00202 0.00376 0.00513 0.00650 0.00818 0.00911

T/K = 477.6
P/Torr
wA

58.1
101
185
202
438
654
926
1369
1649
0.00021 0.00038 0.00066 0.00079 0.00165 0.00246 0.00344 0.00528 0.00591

T/K = 533.2
P/Torr
wA

45.0
106
200
421
727
1015
1262
1454
1722
0.00012 0.00025 0.00053 0.00112 0.00196 0.00276 0.00353 0.00395 0.00434

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
1983MEY
Mn/kg.mol1 = 18, Mw/kg.mol1 = 109, = 0.919 g/cm3, LDPE
75-28-5
2-methylpropane
C4H10

gas solubility

T/K = 422.0
P/Torr
wA

67.6
139
300
682
1120
1380
0.00037 0.00072 0.00168 0.00388 0.00579 0.00820

T/K = 477.6
P/Torr
wA

72.5
162
350
774
1310
1566
0.00024 0.00054 0.00125 0.00280 0.00491 0.00595

T/K = 533.2
P/Torr
wA

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83.2
179
387
895
1453
1745
0.00022 0.00056 0.00131 0.00203 0.00365 0.00420

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 800, LDPE
nitrogen
N2

1995LEE
7727-37-9

gas solubility

T/K = 394.3
P/atm
wA
A

10
20
50
100
125
0.00209 0.00392 0.00621 0.01002 0.01118
0.00192 0.00360 0.00572 0.00924 0.01031

T/K = 408.2
P/atm
wA
A

10
20
50
100
125
0.00229 0.00424 0.00771 0.01248 0.01374
0.00209 0.00386 0.00701 0.01135 0.01251

T/K = 422.1
P/atm
wA
A

10
20
50
100
125
0.00233 0.00454 0.00878 0.01420 0.01615
0.00210 0.00409 0.00790 0.01277 0.01453

T/K = 436.0
P/atm
wA
A

10
20
50
100
125
0.00252 0.00482 0.00974 0.01535 0.01764
0.00225 0.00429 0.00866 0.01365 0.01570

T/K = 449.9
P/atm
wA
A

10
20
50
100
125
0.00272 0.00518 0.01059 0.01729 0.01981
0.00240 0.00457 0.00932 0.01522 0.01744

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 8.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 111, HDPE,
Nippon Petrochemicals, Kawasaki, Japan
nitrogen
N2

gas solubility

T/K = 433.15
P/MPa
wA

2.541
4.278
5.463
7.935
10.089 11.555 14.629
0.00257 0.00430 0.00549 0.00773 0.00945 0.01144 0.01444

T/K = 453.15
P/MPa
wA

3.743
6.330
8.192
9.401
11.809
0.00371 0.00652 0.00842 0.00957 0.01245

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

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2.818
4.704
5.958
6.792
8.386
10.695 12.682 15.214
0.00287 0.00516 0.00666 0.00754 0.00975 0.01170 0.01472 0.01695

1999SAT

7727-37-9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 250, LDPE, Dow Chemical
nitrogen
N2

2004DAV
7727-37-9

gas solubility

T/K = 423.15
P/psia
wA

922
0.004

953
0.005

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 43, Mw/kg.mol1 = 105, Mz/kg.mol1 = 190,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
1-octene
C8H16

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2001TOR

111-66-0

vapor-liquid equilibrium

T/K = 503
wB
P/MPa

0.1791
0.97

0.0897
0.94

0.0439
0.95

0.1791
1.14

0.0897
1.13

0.0439
1.11

0.0198
0.95

T/K = 513
wB
P/MPa

Comments:

LLE and LLVE data for this system are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 76, LDPE, MI = 65, = 0.919 g/cm3,
DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
n-pentane
C5H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1997SUR

109-66-0

vapor pressure

T/K = 423.65
wB
PA/bar

0.9477
2.47

0.9054
5.36

0.8088
9.48

0.7049
12.26

0.6274
13.63

0.5191
15.01

0.9202
7.16

0.8410
13.61

0.7417
20.86

0.6404
26.80

0.5571
30.58

T/K = 474.15
wB
PA/bar

0.9705
2.64

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 76, LDPE, MI = 65, = 0.919 g/cm3,
DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
3-pentanol
C5H12O

1997SUR

584-02-1
continued

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continued
Type of data:

vapor pressure

T/K = 423.15
wB
PA/bar

0.9536
0.83

0.8929
1.53

0.7894
2.12

0.7036
2.48

0.6128
2.69

0.9095
3.08

0.8136
5.21

0.6415
7.55

0.5027
8.32

0.5134
2.81

T/K = 473.15
wB
PA/bar

0.9600
1.40

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 76, LDPE, MI = 65, = 0.919 g/cm3,
DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
3-pentanone
C5H10O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1997SUR

96-22-0

vapor pressure

T/K = 425.15
wB
PA/bar

0.9538
0.78

0.8961
1.61

0.7950
2.51

0.7049
2.90

0.6002
3.21

0.5054
3.38

0.9071
3.21

0.8171
5.73

0.7113
7.66

0.6054
8.77

0.5078
9.37

T/K = 477.15
wB
PA/bar

0.9597
1.55

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 76, LDPE, MI = 65, = 0.919 g/cm3,
DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
1-pentene
C5H10

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1997SUR

109-67-1

vapor pressure

T/K = 423.65
wB
PA/bar

0.9741
1.58

0.9096
5.01

0.8092
9.40

0.6704
14.05

0.5286
16.50

0.9088
9.36

0.8082
17.57

0.6972
25.63

0.5840
32.74

T/K = 474.15
wB
PA/bar

0.9602
4.20

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
1983MEY
1
1
3
Mn/kg.mol = 14, Mw/kg.mol = 94, = 0.951 g/cm , HDPE
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

gas solubility
continued

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continued
T/K = 422.0
P/Torr
wA

124
250
479
793
1182
1337
0.00036 0.00073 0.00140 0.00242 0.00338 0.00370

T/K = 477.6
P/Torr
wA

119
250
589
815
1093
1443
0.00023 0.00049 0.00120 0.00169 0.00226 0.00291

T/K = 533.2
P/Torr
wA

84.5
280
487
905
1233
1447
0.00013 0.00048 0.00082 0.00155 0.00215 0.00261

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 76, LDPE, MI = 65, = 0.919 g/cm3,
DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
propyl acetate
C5H10O2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1997SUR

109-60-4

vapor pressure

T/K = 426.15
wB
PA/bar

0.9521
0.86

0.8891
1.78

0.7831
2.77

0.6457
3.39

0.5005
3.77

0.8963
3.77

0.8030
6.31

0.6666
8.77

0.5117
10.39

T/K = 474.15
wB
PA/bar

0.9621
1.59

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 76, LDPE, MI = 65, = 0.919 g/cm3,
DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
2-propylamine
C3H9N

1997SUR

75-31-0

vapor pressure

T/K = 427.15
wB
PA/bar

0.95478 0.8959
4.32
8.90

0.8140
13.53

0.6776
17.76

0.5245
19.95

0.96168 0.90917 0.8370


4.56
10.76
18.85

0.7163
29.77

0.5692
38.37

T/K = 475.15
wB
PA/bar

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

poly(ethylene glycol)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 0.2, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
carbon dioxide
CO2

2004WEI
124-38-9
continued

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continued
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 303.15
P/bar
wA

22
0.077

44
0.114

69
0.198

78
0.208

98
0.214

157
0.224

190
0.233

221
0.250

242
0.253

37
0.081

60
0.128

81
0.160

116
0.188

148
0.203

194
0.215

241
0.230

278
0.236

61
0.079

80
0.107

102
0.134

127
0.152

174
0.165

190
0.182

218
0.192

90
0.100

107
0.114

123
0.130

143
0.142

T/K = 323.15
P/bar
wA

23
0.057

T/K = 353.15
P/bar
wA

32
0.052

40
0.061

P/bar
wA

258
0.210

285
0.217

T/K = 373.15
P/bar
wA

25
0.036

37
0.048

51
0.058

66
0.077

78
0.085

P/bar
wA

158
0.152

198
0.170

237
0.190

252
0.197

285
0.203

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(ethylene glycol)
2000WIE, 2004WEI
Mw/kg.mol1 = 1.5, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

gas solubility

T/K = 316.15
P/bar
wA

20
0.041

41
0.090

61
0.148

82
0.198

116
0.232

137
0.238

181
0.262

232
0.281

284
0.295

41
0.090

54
0.117

78
0.169

118
0.200

157
0.215

203
0.263

240
0.298

271
0.300

45
0.080

74
0.143

106
0.187

138
0.215

211
0.249

230
0.253

286
0.260

41
0.050

61
0.081

79
0.108

98
0.137

130
0.156

162
0.179

202
0.206

T/K = 323.15
P/bar
wA

21
0.034

T/K = 333.15
P/bar
wA

21
0.034

T/K = 353.15
P/bar
wA

20
0.021

Comments:

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Other gas solubilities are given together with the cloud points in Chapter 4.

270
0.245

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(ethylene glycol)
2000WIE, 2004WEI
Mw/kg.mol1 = 4.0, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

gas solubility

T/K = 328.15
P/bar
wA

43
0.098

60
0.119

81
0.158

138
0.205

182
0.238

221
0.260

260
0.271

282
0.286

20
0.044

34
0.062

40
0.073

61
0.109

80
0.147

115
0.162

139
0.198

44
0.054

54
0.073

66
0.089

79
0.106

117
0.133

44
0.047

53
0.054

58
0.062

81
0.087

101
0.102

T/K = 333.15
P/bar
wA

5
0.013

9
0.022

P/bar
wA

220
0.249

286
0.266

T/K = 353.15
P/bar
wA

6
0.011

16
0.022

24
0.037

31
0.042

P/bar
wA

140
0.157

181
0.193

219
0.215

265
0.234

T/K = 373.15
P/bar
wA

11
0.011

20
0.015

32
0.032

40
0.042

P/bar
wA

149
0.157

178
0.159

220
0.188

257
0.197

Comments:

Other gas solubilities are given together with the cloud points in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Comments:

poly(ethylene glycol)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 8.0, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
carbon dioxide
CO2

124-38-9

The gas solubilities are given together with the cloud points in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2000WIE

poly(ethylene glycol)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 1.5, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
nitrogen
N2

2000WIE
7727-37-9

gas solubility

T/K = 323.15
P/bar
wB

49
0.9994

62
0.9990

87
0.9986

98
0.9982

110
0.9978

137
0.9971

188
0.9961

continued

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continued
T/K = 333.15
P/bar
wB

88
0.9981

112
0.9976

140
0.9968

172
0.9959

187
0.9954

76
0.9981

89
0.9978

115
0.9972

140
0.9965

T/K = 353.15
P/bar
wB

65
0.9983

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

183
0.9951

192
0.9948

poly(ethylene glycol)
2000WIE, 2004WEI
Mw/kg.mol1 = 4.0, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
7727-37-9
nitrogen
N2

gas solubility

T/K = 338.15
P/bar
wB

69
0.9990

81
0.9984

120
0.9971

138
0.9965

139
0.9965

175
0.9958

100
0.9973

123
0.9964

145
0.9959

180
0.9947

200
0.9944

84
0.9975

104
0.9966

118
0.9962

137
0.9955

181
0.9939

200
0.9953

T/K = 353.15
P/bar
wB

80
0.9979

T/K = 373.15
P/bar
wB

62
0.9982

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

199
0.9932

poly(ethylene glycol)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 8.0, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
nitrogen
N2

2000WIE
7727-37-9

gas solubility

T/K = 353.15
P/bar
wB

82
0.9976

95
0.9972

116
0.9968

143
0.9962

178
0.9951

199
0.9932

78
0.9972

99
0.9968

120
0.9961

138
0.9955

176
0.9941

T/K = 373.15
P/bar
wB

58
0.9986

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

199
0.9932

poly(ethylene glycol)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 0.2, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
propane
C3H8

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gas solubility
continued

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continued
T/K = 393.15
P/bar
wA

7
0.0023

20
0.0113

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

31
0.0209

39
0.0262

51
0.0330

62
0.0364

83
0.0394

120
0.0424

poly(ethylene glycol)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 0.6, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
propane
C3H8

162
0.0468

2004WEI
74-98-6

gas solubility

T/K = 393.15
P/bar
wA

38
0.033

49
0.048

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

78
0.057

114
0.059

156
0.063

198
0.066

poly(ethylene glycol)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 1.5, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
propane
C3H8

2000WIE
74-98-6

gas solubility

T/K = 393.15
P/bar
wA

10
0.012

Comments:

21
0.023

41
0.045

50
0.052

66
0.061

Other solubilities are given together with the cloud points in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

30
0.032

poly(ethylene glycol)
2000WIE, 2004WEI
1
Mw/kg.mol = 4.0, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

gas solubility

T/K = 333.15
P/bar
wA

20
0.042

23
0.050

31
0.052

50
0.053

120
0.056

160
0.057

220
0.058

21
0.038

52
0.059

64
0.061

80
0.058

110
0.064

120
0.061

160
0.062

250
0.064

20
0.026

30
0.040

40
0.053

62
0.062

90
0.070

150
0.073

200
0.076

250
0.077

T/K = 353.15
P/bar
wA

11
0.020

T/K = 373.15
P/bar
wA

9
0.014

continued

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continued
T/K = 393.15
P/bar
wA

11
0.010

20
0.021

30
0.034

P/bar
wA

140
0.077

190
0.088

250
0.094

Comments:

50
0.054

60
0.060

70
0.065

100
0.072

110
0.076

Other gas solubilities are given together with the cloud points in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

40
0.044

poly(ethylene glycol)
2000WIE, 2004WEI
Mw/kg.mol1 = 8.0, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

gas solubility

T/K = 393.15
P/bar
wA

11
0.013

Comments:

20
0.024

46
0.054

59
0.062

68
0.067

110
0.075

150
0.077

Other solubilities are given together with the cloud points in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

30
0.037

poly(ethylene glycol) dimethyl ether


Mw/kg.mol1 = 0.2, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
carbon dioxide
CO2

2004WEI
124-38-9

liquid-gas equilibrium (first line liquid, second line gas phase)

T/K = 298.15
P/bar
wA

10
0.0517

20
0.1255

30
0.2344

41
0.3064

49
0.4073

57
0.5604

P/bar
wA

10
0.9731

20
0.9787

30
0.9632

41
0.9812

49
0.9843

57
0.9863

T/K = 311.15
P/bar
wA

10
0.0185

20
0.0689

40
0.1626

61
0.3220

75
0.5175

P/bar
wA

10
0.9864

20

40
0.9754

61
0.9870

75
0.9855

41
0.1127

67
0.2164

105
0.3152

127
0.3991

142
0.4593

151
0.4645

165
0.5260

105
0.9757

127
0.9798

142
0.9735

151
0.9567

165
0.9397

T/K = 351.15
P/bar
wA
P/bar
wA

20
0.0507

continued

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continued
T/K = 373.15
P/bar
wA

14
0.0288

42
0.0810

68
0.1451

106
0.2300

126
0.2988

150
0.3573

167
0.4008

178
0.4490

196
0.4977

P/bar
wA

13
0.9955

41
0.9614

68
0.9628

106
0.9775

126
0.9789

150
0.9667

167
0.9638

178
0.9490

196
0.9178

45
0.0733

70
0.1304

106
0.2014

131
0.2556

165
0.3240

181
0.3545

198
0.3909

106
0.9768

131
0.9696

165
0.9675

181
0.9533

198
0.9557

T/K = 393.15
P/bar
wA

20
0.0364

P/bar
wA

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(ethylene glycol) dimethyl ether


Mw/kg.mol1 = 2.0, Hoechst AG, Frankfurt/M., Germany
carbon dioxide
CO2

2004WEI
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 316.15
P/bar
wA

20
0.041

41
0.090

61
0.148

82
0.198

116
0.232

137
0.238

181
0.262

211
0.262

45
0.080

74
0.143

106
0.187

138
0.215

211
0.249

230
0.253

286
0.260

41
0.050

61
0.081

79
0.108

98
0.137

130
0.156

162
0.179

202
0.206

232
0.281

T/K = 333.15
P/bar
wA

21
0.034

T/K = 353.15
P/bar
wA

20
0.021

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(ethylene glycol) dimethyl ether


PEGDM mixture used for the Selexol process
diethylene glycol dimethylether
diethylene glycol monomethylether
triethylene glycol dimethylether
triethylene glycol monomethylether
tetraethylene glycol dimethylether
tetraethylene glycol monomethylether
pentaethylene glycol dimethylether
pentaethylene glycol monomethylether
hexaethylene glycol dimethylether
hexaethylene glycol monomethylether
heptaethylene glycol dimethylether

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

carbon dioxide

CO2

270
0.245

1995GAI

2.07 wt%
0.16 wt%
21.01 wt%
0.72 wt%
33.68 wt%
0.67 wt%
26.39 wt%
0.38 wt%
12.78 wt%
0.10 wt%
1.87 wt%

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continued

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continued
T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
xA

0.486
0.1110

0.800
0.1745

1.064
0.2208

1.530
0.2947

2.037
0.3725

2.553
0.4364

3.141
0.5060

3.557
0.5523

4.023
0.6162

0.790
0.1384

1.034
0.1753

1.550
0.2426

2.067
0.2955

2.543
0.3554

3.080
0.4116

3.617
0.4621

4.418
0.5438

0.760
0.0998

1.023
0.1263

1.550
0.1821

2.067
0.2347

2.726
0.2955

3.019
0.3270

3.597
0.3820

4.104
0.4292

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
xA

0.456
0.0813

T/K = 333.15
P/MPa
xA

0.527
0.0641

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(ethylene glycol) dimethyl ether


PEGDM mixture used for the Selexol process
see data set above
hydrogen
H2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1995GAI

1333-74-0

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
xA

1.023
0.0048

1.419
0.0067

1.692
0.0078

1.925
0.0089

2.260
0.0105

2.543
0.0119

3.060
0.0141

3.577
0.0165

4.104
0.0189

1.398
0.0069

1.571
0.0077

1.945
0.0095

2.401
0.0118

2.624
0.0129

3.101
0.0151

3.567
0.0174

4.063
0.0197

1.358
0.0072

1.601
0.0084

1.834
0.0096

2.270
0.0120

2.503
0.0131

2.969
0.0156

3.445
0.0180

4.043
0.0210

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
xA

1.044
0.0052

T/K = 333.15
P/MPa
xA

1.003
0.0053

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(ethylene glycol) dimethyl ether


1998HER
Mn/kg.mol1 = 0.283, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
triethylene glycol dimethylether
tetraethylene glycol dimethylether
pentaethylene glycol dimethylether
hexaethylene glycol dimethylether
heptaethylene glycol dimethylether
octaethylene glycol dimethylether
nonaethylene glycol dimethylether

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

methanol

CH4O

14.19 wt%
16.97 wt%
22.76 wt%
21.93 wt%
12.99 wt%
8.51 wt%
2.64 wt%

67-56-1

vapor pressure
continued

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continued
T/K = 343.15
xB
PA/kPa

0.6010
43.11

0.5201
53.89

0.4443
62.71

0.3572
74.10

0.2833
84.45

0.1928
96.83

0.1173
109.82

0.0392
118.84

0.0297
121.51

0.5201
76.14

0.4443
89.34

0.3572
105.49

0.2833
120.70

0.1928
139.16

0.1173
157.80

0.0392
172.01

0.0297
175.50

0.5201
104.85

0.4443
123.26

0.3572
146.98

0.2833
168.25

0.1928
195.19

0.1173
222.17

0.0392
243.60

0.0297
246.59

0.5201
141.17

0.4443
167.20

0.3572
200.29

0.2833
231.07

0.1928
268.50

0.1173
305.54

0.0392
337.30

0.0297
340.69

0.6009
148.96

0.5201
186.39

0.4443
222.04

0.3572
267.55

0.2833
307.61

0.6009
193.10

0.5201
241.40

0.4443
289.66

0.3572
350.85

0.2833
408.64

0.6009
246.06

0.5201
307.07

0.4443
371.52

0.3572
452.18

0.2833
529.20

T/K = 353.15
xB
PA/kPa

0.6010
60.64

T/K = 363.15
xB
PA/kPa

0.6008
83.42

T/K = 373.15
xB
PA/kPa

0.6009
112.61

T/K = 383.15
xB
PA/kPa

0.9159
28.46

0.8413
54.23

0.7629
83.00

0.6803
115.11

xB
PA/kPa

0.1928
361.77

0.1173
412.33

0.0392
457.40

0.0297
462.35

T/K = 393.15
xB
PA/kPa

0.9159
36.70

0.8413
69.87

0.7629
106.95

0.6803
149.12

xB
PA/kPa

0.1928
477.72

0.1173
546.34

0.0392
609.59

0.0297
617.00

T/K = 403.15
xB
PA/kPa

0.9159
46.90

0.8413
88.45

0.7629
135.60

0.6803
189.55

xB
PA/kPa

0.1928
621.44

0.1173
712.08

0.0392
799.30

0.0297
811.56

0.6803
237.39

0.6009
306.80

0.5200
382.60

0.4443
467.78

0.3571
573.95

0.2833
673.97

0.6009
377.15

0.5200
467.80

0.4442
581.00

0.3571
717.44

0.2833
846.21

0.1928
1004.6

T/K = 413.15
xB
PA/kPa

0.9159
58.86

0.8413
110.32

0.7628
169.50

xB
PA/kPa

0.1928
795.58

0.1173
914.30

0.0392
914.30

0.7628
208.70

0.6803
292.61

T/K = 423.15
xB
PA/kPa

0.8413
135.70

Comments:

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Additional data below 343 K can be found in the original source.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(ethylene glycol) dimethyl ether


PEGDM mixture used for the Selexol process
diethylene glycol dimethylether
diethylene glycol monomethylether
triethylene glycol dimethylether
triethylene glycol monomethylether
tetraethylene glycol dimethylether
tetraethylene glycol monomethylether
pentaethylene glycol dimethylether
pentaethylene glycol monomethylether
hexaethylene glycol dimethylether
hexaethylene glycol monomethylether
heptaethylene glycol dimethylether

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

nitrogen

1995GAI

2.07 wt%
0.16 wt%
21.01 wt%
0.72 wt%
33.68 wt%
0.67 wt%
26.39 wt%
0.38 wt%
12.78 wt%
0.10 wt%
1.87 wt%

N2

7727-37-9

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
xA

1.044
0.0058

1.368
0.0076

1.581
0.0089

1.834
0.0103

2.047
0.0114

2.331
0.0130

2.574
0.0143

3.010
0.0167

3.547
0.0197

1.409
0.0085

1.571
0.0094

1.783
0.0108

2.037
0.0124

2.432
0.0146

2.918
0.0175

3.466
0.0206

3.770
0.0224

1.297
0.0087

1.530
0.0101

1.844
0.0122

2.057
0.0136

2.543
0.0168

2.837
0.0186

3.182
0.0210

3.597
0.0235

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
xA

1.084
0.0066

T/K = 333.15
P/MPa
xA

1.074
0.0071

Polymer (B):

poly(ethylene glycol) monododecyl etherb-poly(propylene glycol) diblock copolymer


2002LIU
1
Mn/kg.mol = 0.67, 3 EO und 6 PPO units, Ls-36 Surfactant,
Henkel AG, Germany
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa 11.10
cB/mol.l1 0.01

14.50
0.02

16.73
0.03

18.71
0.04

17.56
0.02

19.78
0.03

21.33
0.04

T/K = 318.15
P/MPa 15.31
cB/mol.l1 0.01

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19.74
0.05

Polymer (B):

poly(ethylene glycol) monododecyl etherb-poly(propylene glycol) diblock copolymer


2002LIU
Mn/kg.mol1 = 0.65, 4 EO und 5 PPO units, Ls-45 Surfactant,
Henkel AG, Germany
carbon dioxide
CO2
124-38-9

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa 12.97
cB/mol.l1 0.01

16.73
0.02

19.32
0.03

20.11
0.02

22.37
0.03

21.05
0.04

T/K = 318.15
P/MPa 16.46
cB/mol.l1 0.01

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyisobutylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 600, Mw/kg.mol1 = 1000,
Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
n-heptane
C7H16

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
0.025

was kept constant

T/K
PA/MPa

363.15
0.4

373.15
0.5

383.95
0.5

398.25
0.6

403.15
0.7

413.15
0.9

423.15
1.0

433.15
1.1

Liquid-liquid equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

142-82-5

vapor pressure

wB

Comments:

2002JOU

polyisoprene
M/kg.mol1 = 100, synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

1997ZHA
124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

1.379
0.0256
2.25

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2.758
0.0481
3.75

4.137
0.0720
6.07

5.516
0.0975
8.69

6.895
0.1197
10.6

8.274
0.1582
13.9

poly(methyl methacrylate)
M/kg.mol1 = 69, synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

10.342
0.2019
17.0

1997ZHA
124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling


continued

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continued
T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

1.379
0.0381
3.15

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

8.274
0.1590
15.7

10.342
0.1817
17.1

1991WI1, 1991WI2

124-38-9

331.95
39
37
5.8

315.15
40
50
8.3

305.85
39
61
10.4

1996HAN

124-38-9

Tg at saturation gas solubility

0.0
363.85

8.8
353.65

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

6.895
0.1379
13.6

poly(methyl methacrylate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 100, Mw/kg.mol1 = 200,
Rhm and Haas
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):

P/atm
Tg/K

5.516
0.1119
11.1

gas solubility and swelling at Tg

Tg/K
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
(V/V)/(%)

Type of data:

4.137
0.0897
8.52

poly(methyl methacrylate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 90, Tg/K = 378,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2.758
0.0650
5.63

18.2
342.35

22.3
336.85

29.5
332.85

poly(methyl methacrylate)

carbon dioxide
CO2

37.2
323.95

1998EDW
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 263.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)

15
46.1

T/K = 273.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)

15
40.2

30
78.4

15
29.4

30
67.7

T/K = 283.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)

continued

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continued
T/K = 293.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)

15
25.0

30
55.8

45
74.9

15
22.0

30
42.1

45
60.7

60
88.6

75
115.3

15
19.2

30
36.6

45
48.9

60
72.4

75
90.4

90
129.7

15
15.6

30
28.2

45
40.6

60
59.3

75
76.7

90
99.1

15
12.6

30
23.3

45
34.4

60
50.4

75
60.3

90
74.7

30
19.9

45
29.9

60
43.5

90
59.3

15
8.6

30
16.9

45
25.3

60
36.6

75
47.0

90
55.7

30
14.9

60
32.5

90
50.0

15
6.7

30
13.4

45
20.2

60
28.3

75
33.8

90
46.0

30
11.9

60
24.9

90
36.4

15
5.4

30
10.9

45
17.0

60
22.9

75
28.1

90
37.2

15
4.5

30
9.4

45
14.1

60
19.4

75
22.7

90
30.5

T/K = 303.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 313.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 323.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 333.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 343.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 353.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 363.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 373.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 383.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 393.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
T/K = 413.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)

continued

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continued
T/K = 433.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)

15
4.1

30
8.1

45
12.2

60
16.5

75
19.5

90
21.3

15
3.4

30
7.2

45
10.8

60
13.8

75
17.3

90
17.4

T/K = 453.15
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(methyl methacrylate)

carbon dioxide
CO2

2003WAN
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2
0.0152

0.3
0.0218

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

0.4
0.0269

poly(methyl methacrylate)
Laird Plastics, Atlanta, GA
carbon dioxide
CO2

Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 313.15

P/MPa

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

P/atm
Tg/K

11.0
353.35

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

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0.0
363.85

1996HAN

74-85-1

21.8
347.85

21.8
346.85

36.3
339.95

54.5
330.45

poly(methyl methacrylate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 100, Mw/kg.mol1 = 200,
Rhm and Haas
methane
CH4

Solvent (A):

P/atm
Tg/K

0.1817

Tg at saturation gas solubility

0.0
363.85

Type of data:

wA

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poly(methyl methacrylate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 100, Mw/kg.mol1 = 200,
Rhm and Haas
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

10.5

1999WEB

1996HAN

74-82-8

Tg at saturation gas solubility


11.4
361.15

24.5
360.35

48.4
357.45

97.0
353.95

152
348.65

218
346.65

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polypropylene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 52, Mw/kg.mol1 = 220,
Idemitsu Petrochemical, Ichihara, Japan
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1999SAT

124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 453.15
P/MPa
wA

7.083
0.0400

11.443
0.0739

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

16.037
0.1169

17.242
0.1249

polypropylene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 64, Mw/kg.mol1 = 451,
Nippon Petrochemicals, Kawasaki, Japan
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

14.212
0.0999

1999SAT

124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 433.15
P/MPa
wA

7.400
0.0479

11.803
0.0866

14.558
0.1113

16.355
0.1267

17.529
0.1370

7.160
0.0422

8.797
0.0561

10.953
0.0730

11.558
0.0780

10.113
0.0570

12.637
0.0766

14.296
0.0883

15.397
0.0980

T/K = 453.15
P/MPa
wA

5.419
0.0313

12.352
0.0840

14.889
0.1038

16.170
0.1155

17.376
0.1242

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

6.204
0.0293

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polypropylene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 64, Mw/kg.mol1 = 451,
Nippon Petrochemicals, Kawasaki, Japan
nitrogen
N2

gas solubility

T/K = 453.15
P/MPa
wA

4.233
7.115
9.031
10.898 12.699 14.938 17.999
0.00437 0.00752 0.00965 0.01173 0.01351 0.01675 0.01892

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

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4.013
6.726
8.545
9.878
11.998 14.819 17.838
0.00450 0.00848 0.01048 0.01206 0.01491 0.01960 0.02200

1999SAT

7727-37-9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polypropylene
2000SA2
Mw/kg.mol1 = 190, 98.5% isotactic, 66.9 wt% crystallinity,
Mitsubishi Chemical, Kurashiki, Japan
115-07-1
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 323.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2761 0.3256 0.6050 0.6405 1.1073 1.1720 1.4685 1.5334 1.6131


0.00862 0.01021 0.01869 0.01969 0.03474 0.03760 0.04754 0.05008 0.05341

P/MPa
wA

1.7000 1.8215 1.9223


0.05673 0.06299 0.07023

T/K = 343.15
P/MPa
wA

0.3226 0.6268 0.9238 1.0580 1.5331 2.1616 2.4071 2.8347


0.00661 0.01302 0.01911 0.02182 0.03285 0.04929 0.05592 0.07129

T/K = 363.15
P/MPa
wA

0.3621 0.6992 1.2676 1.7470 2.3472 2.7945 3.6261


0.00550 0.01057 0.01959 0.02781 0.03889 0.04818 0.06491

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 50, Tg/K = 373.2
carbon dioxide
CO2

2003WAN
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.4
0.0064

0.5
0.0081

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.6
0.0092

0.7
0.0103

0.8
0.0110

0.9
0.0117

polystyrene
M/kg.mol1 = 71, synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

1997ZHA
124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

1.379
0.0181
1.58

2.758
0.0318
2.77

4.137
0.0475
4.14

5.516
0.0547
5.48

6.895
0.0559
7.11

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 70.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 187,
Mitsui Toatsu Chemicals, Inc., Japan
carbon dioxide
CO2

8.274
0.0426
7.93

10.342
0.0527
8.61

1996SAT

124-38-9
continued

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continued
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 373.15
P/MPa
wA

3.617
0.0221

5.860
0.0347

7.921
0.0462

11.928
0.0724

14.348
0.0850

15.908
0.0909

17.476
0.0994

18.554
0.1037

11.594
0.0548

11.994
0.0568

14.316
0.0678

14.738
0.0666

16.110
0.0769

17.087
0.0789

10.188
0.0374

12.704
0.0488

14.379
0.0539

15.444
0.0562

17.372
0.0643

T/K = 413.15
P/MPa
wA

7.290
0.0335

10.721
0.0500

P/MPa
wA

19.739
0.0919

20.036
0.0949

18.097
0.0852

T/K = 453.15
P/MPa
wA

2.472
0.0093

6.276
0.0214

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 70.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 190,
Lacqrene 1450N, ATOFINA, France
carbon dioxide
CO2

2001HIL

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 338.22
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

3.71
7.54
10.25
11.96
16.54
18.33
24.52
0.03581 0.06942 0.08684 0.09596 0.12205 0.12786 0.13510
3.860
7.300
9.440

T/K = 362.50
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

4.30
8.09
11.47
14.15
16.50
18.92
21.60
24.65
0.03627 0.05866 0.08056 0.09271 0.10826 0.11540 0.12188 0.12690
4.16
7.00
9.19
10.94
12.03
12.69
13.13
13.34

T/K = 383.22
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

6.55
11.04
14.51
17.66
20.42
23.55
27.03
30.61
0.03472 0.05488 0.06907 0.08483 0.09514 0.10423 0.10962 0.12137
5.24
7.14
8.73
9.74
10.46
11.03
11.27
12.04

P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

34.38
38.63
42.81
0.12603 0.13073 0.13835
12.32
12.86
13.05

T/K = 402.51
P/MPa
wA

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5.14
9.39
21.48
33.05
44.41
0.01441 0.04225 0.08759 0.11887 0.12914

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 107, Mw/kg.mol1 = 330,
Asahi Chemicals Inc., Kawasaki, Japan
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2001SA2

124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 373.15
P/MPa
wA

2.068
0.0126

2.627
0.0159

4.093
0.0247

4.629
0.0279

6.038
0.0362

6.502
0.0388

8.054
0.0475

8.585
0.0506

12.105
0.0690

P/MPa
wA

12.631
0.0717

16.059
0.0898

20.067
0.1086

P/MPa
wA

2.159
2.689
0.00896 0.0112

4.073
0.0168

4.732
0.0194

6.049
0.0247

6.530
0.0267

8.071
0.0327

8.566
0.0346

12.046
0.0473

P/MPa
wA

12.593
0.0492

4.795
0.0155

6.108
0.0197

6.685
0.0215

8.027
0.0257

8.813
0.0282

12.165
0.0381

T/K = 423.15

16.143
0.0606

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

2.167
0.0071

2.884
0.0094

4.232
0.0137

P/MPa
wA

12.659
0.0397

16.040
0.0489

20.151
0.0587

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 250, Tg/K = 373,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling at Tg

Tg/K
P/atm
cA/(cm3(STP)/g polymer)
(V/V)/(%)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

338.15
36
19
4.1

323.15
48
30
5.5

308.15
60
46
7.4

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 70.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 187,
Mitsui Toatsu Chemicals, Inc., Japan
1-chloro-1,1-difluoroethane
C2H3ClF2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1991WI1, 1991WI2

2000SA3

75-68-3

gas solubility

T/K = 347.92
P/MPa
wA

0.091
0.0098

0.156
0.0135

0.341
0.0401

0.506
0.0638

0.525
0.0661

0.644
0.0858

0.678
0.0912
continued

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continued
T/K = 373.62
P/MPa
wA

0.124
0.0089

0.185
0.0131

0.474
0.0365

0.728
0.0590

0.743
0.0603

0.940
0.0794

0.989
0.0837

0.291
0.0113

0.758
0.0302

1.207
0.0503

1.225
0.0502

1.605
0.0679

1.674
0.0696

0.402
0.0099

1.030
0.0258

1.666
0.0430

1.726
0.0438

2.289
0.0588

2.353
0.0594

T/K = 422.15
P/MPa
wA

0.194
0.0074

T/K = 471.42
P/MPa
wA

0.263
0.0063

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
PA/P0A
T/K
wA
A

0.2668
358.15
0.0580
0.0607

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

PA/P0A
T/K
wA
A

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

PA/P0A
T/K
wA
A

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75-45-6

CHClF2

0.1353
443.15
0.0415
0.0554

polystyrene
Dow Styron 430U
dichlorodifluoromethane

1986GOR
CCl2F2

75-71-8

vapor solubility

0.6486
323.15
0.0514
0.04392

Type of data:

1986GOR

vapor solubility

0.3557
323.15
0.0699
0.0661

Type of data:

polystyrene
Dow Styron 430U
chlorodifluoromethane

0.3360
358.15
0.0523
0.04838

0.1477
443.15
0.0392
0.04302

polystyrene
Dow Styron 430U
1,2-dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane

vapor solubility

0.6966
323.15
0.00802
0.006192

0.3453
358.15
0.00430
0.003540

0.0885
443.15
0.00587
0.005581

1986GOR
C2Cl2F4

76-14-2

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 70.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 187,
Mitsui Toatsu Chemicals, Inc., Japan
1,1-difluoroethane
C2H4F2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2000SA3

75-37-6

gas solubility

T/K = 348.15
P/MPa
wA

0.283
0.0122

0.485
0.0212

0.678
0.0308

0.689
0.0310

0.829
0.0381

0.991
0.0479

1.200
0.0594

0.639
0.0188

0.889
0.0272

0.904
0.0274

1.090
0.0337

1.322
0.0426

1.603
0.0521

0.938
0.0157

1.289
0.0222

1.314
0.0224

1.592
0.0274

1.964
0.0352

2.375
0.0422

1.218
0.0136

1.659
0.0192

1.707
0.0192

2.059
0.0238

2.568
0.0310

3.116
0.0365

T/K = 373.13
P/MPa
wA

0.367
0.0107

T/K = 423.14
P/MPa
wA

0.529
0.0087

T/K = 473.09
P/MPa
wA

0.677
0.0074

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene

ethene

1948NEW
C2H4

74-85-1

gas solubility

T/K = 443.2
P/atm
49.0
cA/(cm3/g polymer) 5.27

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

77.5
8.05

92.5
9.20

polystyrene

hydrogen

92.5
10.30

1948NEW
1333-74-0

H2

gas solubility

T/K = 443.2
P/atm
80.0
cA/(cm3/g polymer) 2.89

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

142.0
5.35

polystyrene

methane

224.5
8.48

233.0
9.42

243.0
9.66

306.5
11.95

1963LUN
CH4

74-82-8
continued

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continued
Type of data:

gas solubility

T/K = 373.35
P/atm
67.1
cA/(cm3/g polymer) 8.15

239.0
22.15

319.8
32.12

214.1
18.82

299.2
25.54

161.7
15.59

241.3
23.45

198.2
21.49

249.8
26.07

T/K = 398.57
P/atm
49.7
cA/(cm3/g polymer) 4.98

343.6
27.94

T/K = 428.57
P/atm
47.6
cA/(cm3/g polymer) 5.44
T/K = 461.55
P/atm
122.2
cA/(cm3/g polymer) 14.19

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 143, Mw/kg.mol1 = 405,
BASF AG, Ludwigshafen, Germany
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

313.6
31.45

1997END

108-87-2

vapor-liquid equilibrium

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.060
492.32
10.6

0.060
494.74
11.0

0.060
497.21
11.5

0.060
499.68
12.0

0.060
502.15
12.5

0.060
504.32
13.0

0.060
506.80
13.5

0.060
509.18
14.1

0.060
511.46
14.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.065
489.72
10.0

0.065
492.21
10.5

0.065
494.69
10.9

0.065
497.20
11.4

0.065
499.45
11.9

0.065
502.12
12.4

0.065
504.64
12.9

0.065
507.12
13.5

0.065
509.61
14.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.065
512.10
14.6

0.065
514.59
15.1

0.065
517.04
15.7

0.065
519.50
16.6

0.098
488.73
9.5

0.098
491.25
9.9

0.098
493.81
10.3

0.098
496.06
10.9

0.098
498.56
11.3

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.098
498.69
11.4

0.098
501.30
11.9

0.098
503.80
12.3

0.098
506.47
12.9

0.098
508.41
13.4

0.098
508.55
13.3

0.098
511.16
14.0

0.098
513.88
14.6

0.098
516.07
15.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.098
518.60
15.8

0.152
489.74
9.0

0.152
492.32
9.5

0.152
494.53
9.9

0.152
496.07
10.2

0.152
498.70
10.9

0.152
501.30
11.3

0.152
503.81
11.9

0.152
506.46
12.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.152
508.42
12.8

0.152
511.15
13.4

0.152
513.88
14.0

0.152
516.05
14.5

0.152
518.84
15.0

0.187
489.74
8.7

0.187
492.31
9.2

0.187
494.54
9.6

0.187
496.06
9.9

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.187
498.69
10.6

0.187
501.30
11.0

0.187
503.80
11.7

0.187
506.47
12.2

0.187
508.41
12.5

0.187
511.16
13.0

0.187
513.88
13.6

0.187
516.08
14.1

0.187
518.85
14.6

Comments:

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Cloud-points and spinodal points for this system are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 69.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 187
nitrogen
N2

1992WAN
7727-37-9

gas solubility

T/K = 323.2
P/MPa
wA

2.0
0.0020

5.0
0.0037

8.0
0.0050

11.0
0.0062

14.0
0.0073

17.0
0.0084

20.0
0.0095

23.0
0.0105

25.0
0.0112

5.0
0.0034

8.0
0.0050

11.0
0.0066

14.0
0.0080

17.0
0.0095

20.0
0.0109

23.0
0.0123

25.0
0.0132

5.0
0.0037

8.0
0.0056

11.0
0.0074

14.0
0.0092

17.0
0.0109

20.0
0.0126

23.0
0.0143

25.0
0.0155

T/K = 353.2
P/MPa
wA

2.0
0.0016

T/K = 393.2
P/MPa
wA

2.0
0.0017

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 70.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 187,
Mitsui Toatsu Chemicals, Inc., Japan
nitrogen
N2

1999SAT

7727-37-9

gas solubility

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
wA

4.934
8.378
10.771 12.450 16.136
0.00220 0.00438 0.00591 0.00627 0.00818

T/K = 333.15
P/MPa
wA

5.037
6.149
7.882
9.868
11.034 11.674 13.457 16.542
0.00182 0.00215 0.00305 0.00355 0.00426 0.00428 0.00484 0.00630

T/K = 353.15
P/MPa
wA

2.989
3.645
5.053
5.295
6.476
7.945
9.042
9.535
11.660
0.00106 0.00131 0.00168 0.00180 0.00232 0.00295 0.00308 0.00339 0.00395

P/MPa
wA

11.770 14.071 17.521


0.00417 0.00497 0.00627

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 70.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 190,
Lacqrene 1450N, ATOFINA, France
nitrogen
N2

2001HIL

7727-37-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 313.11
continued

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continued
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

3.11
5.32
6.91
9.15
10.88
14.26
18.17
22.11
0.00217 0.00341 0.00415 0.00484 0.00593 0.00753 0.00916 0.01033
0.102
0.219
0.300
0.408
0.487
0.627
0.772
0.937

P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

26.65
31.73
46.77
69.47
0.01236 0.01466 0.02099 0.02535
1.08
1.23
1.60
2.22

T/K = 333.23
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

3.05
6.43
9.82
13.47
16.43
20.29
24.34
28.14
0.00109 0.00235 0.00425 0.00580 0.00689 0.00834 0.01063 0.01247
0.149
0.270
0.380
0.480
0.557
0.646
0.726
0.796

P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

32.54
37.31
41.54
45.84
50.11
0.01310 0.01482 0.01660 0.01815 0.02035
0.872
0.948
1.012
1.078
1.135

T/K = 353.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

3.29
7.00
10.42
13.95
17.26
21.38
25.35
30.26
0.00157 0.00284 0.00414 0.00494 0.00615 0.00709 0.00849 0.00911
0.211
0.280
0.325
0.365
0.398
0.430
0.458
0.485

P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/(%)

35.10
40.12
44.76
49.27
53.94
58.40
62.50
0.01011 0.01151 0.01261 0.01436 0.01578 0.01674 0.01781
0.515
0.556
0.567
0.590
0.612
0.630
0.661

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 70.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 187,
Mitsui Toatsu Chemicals, Inc., Japan
nitrogen
N2

gas solubility

T/K = 373.15
P/MPa
wA

9.467
12.165 14.008 16.113 17.815
0.00379 0.00485 0.00556 0.00645 0.00710

T/K = 413.15
P/MPa
wA

6.452
8.247
9.574
11.902 13.991 18.011
0.00333 0.00393 0.00446 0.00606 0.00669 0.00853

T/K = 453.15
P/MPa
wA

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7.092
9.020
10.057 10.296 11.136 15.031 16.170
0.00392 0.00523 0.00577 0.00588 0.00661 0.00890 0.00973

1996SAT

7727-37-9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.33, Mw/kg.mol1 = 3.46,
BASF Telomerstyrol
sulfur dioxide
SO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
0.648

was kept constant

T/K
PA/MPa
PA/P0A

292.95
0.2828
0.8829

283.65
0.2118
0.9145

275.55
0.1578
0.9255

264.45
0.1013
0.9414

254.05
0.0668
0.9970

242.85
0.0376
0.9691

More phase equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 70.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 187,
Mitsui Toatsu Chemicals, Inc., Japan
1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane
C2H2F4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

7446-09-5

vapor pressure

wB

Comments:

1981ALB

2000SA3

811-97-2

gas solubility

T/K = 348.16
P/MPa
wA

0.333
0.0108

0.496
0.0155

0.745
0.0232

0.863
0.0264

1.150
0.0363

1.308
0.0424

0.609
0.0133

0.911
0.0202

1.057
0.0228

1.420
0.0311

1.621
0.0364

0.811
0.0110

1.214
0.0169

1.421
0.0187

1.919
0.0255

2.199
0.0303

1.000
0.0097

1.501
0.0151

1.757
0.0167

2.384
0.0229

2.748
0.0273

T/K = 373.16
P/MPa
wA

0.414
0.0092

T/K = 423.15
P/MPa
wA

0.552
0.0075

T/K = 473.16
P/MPa
wA

0.682
0.0067

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
PA/P0A
T/K
wA
A

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0.5789
323.15
0.1586
0.1236

polystyrene
Dow Styron 430U
trichlorofluoromethane

vapor solubility
0.4930
358.15
0.1521
0.1244

0.4132
403.15
0.1414
0.1207

1986GOR
CCl3F

75-69-4

Polymer (B):

polystyrene-b-polybutadiene-b-polystyrene
triblock copolymer
Mw/kg.mol1 = 100, 70 mol% butadiene
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2003WAN
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2
0.0043

0.3
0.0064

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.5
0.0105

0.6
0.0120

0.7
0.0140

0.8
0.0159

0.9
0.0180

polystyrene-b-polyisoprene diblock copolymer


M /kg.mol1 = 100, 25 mol% isoprene,
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.4
0.0081

1.0
0.0202

1997ZHA

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/%

1.379
0.0202
1.75

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

4.137
0.0534
4.39

5.516
0.0646
6.18

6.895
0.0763
7.72

8.274
0.0858
9.11

10.342
0.0934
11.0

polystyrene-b-polyisoprene diblock copolymer


M /kg.mol1 = 100, 50 mol% isoprene,
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2.758
0.0349
2.87

1997ZHA

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/%

1.379
0.0210
1.84

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

4.137
0.0592
5.21

5.516
0.0777
7.01

6.895
0.0848
8.54

8.274
0.0958
11.1

10.342
0.1119
12.0

polystyrene-b-polyisoprene diblock copolymer


M /kg.mol1 = 100, 75 mol% isoprene,
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2.758
0.0397
3.23

1997ZHA

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/%

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1.379
0.0208
2.39

2.758
0.0384
3.44

4.137
0.0652
5.45

5.516
0.0839
7.84

6.895
0.1007
9.84

8.274
0.1197
12.4

10.342
0.1416
15.1

Polymer (B):

polystyrene-b-poly(methyl methacrylate)
diblock copolymer
M /kg.mol1 = 75, 18 mol% methyl methacrylate,
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

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124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

continued
T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/%

1.379
0.0221
1.89

Polymer (B):

4.137
0.0561
5.01

5.516
0.0667
6.61

6.895
0.0733
8.40

8.274
0.0767
9.48

10.342
0.0784
10.3

polystyrene-b-poly(methyl methacrylate)
diblock copolymer
M /kg.mol1 = 75, 46 mol% methyl methacrylate,
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2.758
0.0388
3.34

1997ZHA

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/%

1.379
0.0277
2.78

Polymer (B):

4.137
0.0666
5.85

5.516
0.0774
7.68

6.895
0.0908
9.68

8.274
0.0950
12.1

10.342
0.1031
13.2

polystyrene-b-poly(methyl methacrylate)
diblock copolymer
M /kg.mol1 = 81, 56 mol% methyl methacrylate,
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2.758
0.0481
4.44

1997ZHA

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/%

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1.379
0.0300
2.52

2.758
0.0522
4.49

4.137
0.0638
6.76

5.516
0.0850
8.86

6.895
0.1047
11.0

8.274
0.1150
12.6

10.342
0.1319
13.7

Polymer (B):

polystyrene-b-poly(methyl methacrylate)
diblock copolymer
Mw/kg.mol1 = 12.1, 58.55 mol% methyl methacrylate
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2003WAN
124-38-9

gas solubility

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
wA

0.2
0.0224

0.3
0.0329

Polymer (B):

polystyrene-b-poly(vinyl pyridine)
diblock copolymer
M /kg.mol1 = 70, 44 mol% vinyl pyridine,
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.4
0.0424

1997ZHA

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/%

1.379
0.0207
2.62

Polymer (B):

4.137
0.0513
5.81

5.516
0.0658
6.91

6.895
0.0777
8.43

8.274
0.0830
9.05

10.342
0.0950
10.5

polystyrene-b-poly(vinyl pyridine)
diblock copolymer
M /kg.mol1 = 90, 77 mol% vinyl pyridine,
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2.758
0.0350
4.49

1997ZHA

124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/%

1.379
0.0224
3.09

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2.758
0.0368
5.21

4.137
0.0515
6.68

5.516
0.0691
7.73

6.895
0.0832
8.94

8.274
0.1023
9.78

10.342
0.1150
13.4

poly(vinyl acetate)
1990WAN, 1994WAN
M/kg.mol1 = 158, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

gas solubility

T/K = 313.2
continued

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continued
P/MPa
wA

0.294
0.0113

0.667
0.0249

1.16
0.0428

1.86
0.0686

2.41
0.0953

2.52
0.0940

3.16
0.118

3.29
0.129

4.07
0.159

P/MPa
wA

4.19
0.158

4.74
0.182

5.23
0.209

5.32
0.210

5.88
0.251

6.03
0.256

6.44
0.282

7.18
0.327

4.02
0.112

4.27
0.115

4.96
0.136

T/K = 333.2
P/MPa
wA

0.814
0.0235

1.41
0.0383

1.99
0.0535

2.69
0.0720

3.15
0.0891

3.52
0.0948

P/MPa
wA

5.12
0.144

5.71
0.158

6.12
0.175

6.99
0.205

7.93
0.241

8.88
0.285

T/K = 353.2
P/MPa
wA

0.843
0.0193

1.50
0.0335

2.18
0.0476

2.18
0.0516

2.90
0.0625

3.03
0.0689

3.51
0.0752

3.96
0.0888

4.30
0.0914

P/MPa
wA

4.64
0.103

5.12
0.110

5.46
0.121

5.70
0.124

6.32
0.143

7.27
0.168

8.05
0.189

9.22
0.224

10.1
0.244

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(vinyl acetate)
1990TAK
1
M/kg.mol = 158, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

gas solubility

T/K = 313.2
P/MPa
wA

1.258
0.0416

1.449
0.0532

2.650
0.0936

3.467
0.1264

3.846
0.1429

4.583
0.1723

5.659
0.2123

6.885
0.2789

1.819
0.0485

1.906
0.0533

3.309
0.0978

4.698
0.1397

5.655
0.1696

6.519
0.2073

7.861
0.2668

T/K = 323.2
P/MPa
wA

0.898
0.0254

Type of data:

swelling (volume dilation)

T/K = 313.2
P/MPa
(V/V)/%

2.374
10.09

3.522
19.36

4.210
20.69

6.364
37.22

6.955
41.88

8.020
52.74

8.893
55.44

1.725
5.99

3.793
15.21

4.804
19.12

5.444
23.97

6.187
25.85

6.850
31.18

8.403
39.01

T/K = 323.2
P/MPa
(V/V)/%

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8.755
0.3909

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(vinyl acetate)
2001SA2
Mn/kg.mol1 = 167, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

gas solubility

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
wA

0.199
0.0055

0.459
0.0144

0.858
0.0274

1.271
0.0410

1.949
0.0639

2.375
0.0785

2.818
0.0941

P/MPa
wA

3.979
0.1366

4.449
0.1545

4.978
0.1753

5.407
0.1927

5.916
0.2141

6.375
0.2341

6.876
0.2576

4.104
0.0979

6.010
0.1463

7.772
0.1931

9.694
0.2495

4.199
0.0737

6.110
0.1086

8.015
0.1433

9.876
0.1765

6.389
0.0892

10.194
0.1453

13.688
0.1920

17.449
0.2303

3.260
0.1100

3.589
0.1220

T/K = 333.15
P/MPa
wA

2.263
0.0531

T/K = 353.15
P/MPa
wA

2.211
0.0384

T/K = 373.15
P/MPa
wA

2.257
0.0296

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(vinyl pyridine)
M /kg.mol1 = 65, synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

1997ZHA
124-38-9

gas solubility and swelling

T/K = 308.15
P/MPa
wA
(V/V)/%

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1.379
0.0252
3.52

2.758
0.0388
6.19

4.137
0.0538
7.48

5.516
0.0734
8.42

6.895
0.0967
9.52

8.274
0.1446
10.5

10.342
0.1518
15.0

2.2. Table of binary systems where data were published only


in graphical form as phase diagrams or related figures

____________________________________________________________________________________

Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Carboxymethylcellulose
carbon dioxide
1999KIK
____________________________________________________________________________________
Cellulose acetate
carbon dioxide
1978STE
carbon dioxide
1989BER
____________________________________________________________________________________
Cellulose acetate butyrate
carbon dioxide
1996SH2
____________________________________________________________________________________
Chloropolyethylene
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylcellulose
carbon dioxide
1999KIK
____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/propylene copolymer
ethane
2001TSU
ethene
1994YOO
ethene
2001TSU
propane
2001TSU
propene
1994YOO
propene
2001TSU
____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer
carbon dioxide
1994KAM
carbon dioxide
2002SHI
methane
1994KAM
nitrogen
1994KAM
____________________________________________________________________________________
Natural rubber
carbon dioxide
2003WAN
____________________________________________________________________________________

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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Nylon-66
carbon dioxide
1996SH1
carbon dioxide
2003WAN
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(acrylic acid)
carbon dioxide
2003KIK
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyamide-11
carbon dioxide
2001MAR
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyarylene
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(benzyl methacrylate)
carbon dioxide
1996WAN
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polybutadiene
argon
1989KA2
carbon dioxide
1989KA2
carbon dioxide
1997KRY
carbon dioxide
2003KOG
carbon dioxide
2003RAM
ethane
1989KA2
ethene
1989KA2
helium
1989KA2
hydrogen
1989KA2
methane
1989KA2
nitrogen
1989KA2
oxygen
1989KA2
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(butylene terephthalate)
carbon dioxide
1988THU
carbon dioxide
1991SCH
carbon monoxide
1991SCH
helium
1991SCH
methane
1991SCH
neon
1991SCH
nitrogen
1991SCH
water
1991SCH
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(butyl methacrylate)
carbon dioxide
2002NIK
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(-caprolactone)
carbon dioxide
2003COT
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polycarbonate bisphenol-A
carbon dioxide
1976KOR
carbon dioxide
1986FLE
carbon dioxide
1986KA2
carbon dioxide
1987SAD
carbon dioxide
1987WIS
carbon dioxide
1989BER
carbon dioxide
1993CON
carbon dioxide
1996SH2
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
carbon dioxide
1998ZHA
carbon dioxide
2003ALE
chlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
chlorotrifluoromethane
1986GOR
dichlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
1,2-dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane
1986GOR
methane
1987SAD
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polycarbonate hexafluorobisphenol-A
carbon dioxide
1993CON
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polycarbonate tetramethylene bisphenol-A
carbon dioxide
1993CON
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(chlorotrifluoroethylene)
carbon dioxide
1999WEB
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(2-chloroxylylene)
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(2,3-dichloroxylylene)
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide)
carbon dioxide
1982MOR
carbon dioxide
1996CON
carbon dioxide
1996SH2
carbon dioxide
2003KIK
chlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
chlorotrifluoromethane
1986GOR
dichlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
1,2-dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane
1986GOR
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(dimethylsilmethylene)
carbon dioxide
1993SHA
methane
1993SHA
propane
1993SHA
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(dimethylsiloxane)
carbon dioxide
1986FLE
carbon dioxide
1986SHA
carbon dioxide
1989SHI
carbon dioxide
1991BRI
carbon dioxide
1991POP
carbon dioxide
1994GAR
carbon dioxide
1997KRY
carbon dioxide
1998WES
carbon dioxide
1999ANG
carbon dioxide
1999ROY
carbon dioxide
1999WEB
carbon dioxide
2001SIR
carbon dioxide
2002FLI
ethane
1991POP
ethane
1999ANG
methane
1986SHA
methane
1991POP
methane
1999ANG
nitrogen
1991POP
nitrogen
1999ANG
oxygen
1999ANG
propane
1986SHA
propane
1999ANG
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyetherimide
carbon dioxide
1996SH2
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(ether sulfone)
carbon dioxide
1998BOE
dinitrogen oxide
1998BOE
methane
1998BOE
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyethylene
argon
1987KOL
n-butane
1974DOS
n-butane
1975HOR
n-butane
1987CAS
1-butene
1974DOS
1-butene
1992WOH
carbon dioxide
1986HIR
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyethylene (continued)
carbon dioxide
1986KA2
carbon dioxide
1996SH1
carbon dioxide
2002AR1
carbon dioxide
2002AR2
chlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
chlorotrifluoromethane
1986GOR
dichlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
1,2-dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane
1986GOR
ethane
1987HEU
ethene
1978CHE
ethene
1984FON
ethene
1984KOB
ethene
1987HEU
ethene
1992WOH
ethene
1995LOO
ethene
2000FEN
fluorotrichloromethane
1975HOR
n-hexane
1973BRO
n-hexane
1987CAS
n-hexane
1990KEN
4-methyl-1-pentene
1992WOH
2-methylpropane
1974DOS
2-methylpropene
1974DOS
methane
1963LUN
methane
1977BON
nitrogen
1962LUN
nitrogen
1963LUN
nitrogen
1975BON
nitrogen
1977BON
nitrogen
1978CHE
nitrogen
1986KA2
nitrogen
1986KOL
nitrogen
1987KOL
n-pentane
1987CAS
2,2,4-trimethylpentane
1973BRO
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Poly(ethylene glycol)
carbon dioxide
1997WEI
carbon dioxide
2001HAT
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(ethylene oxide)
carbon dioxide
2001HAT
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(ethylene terephthalate)
argon
1964VIE
carbon dioxide
1964VIE
carbon dioxide
1991LAM
carbon dioxide
1996SH1
carbon dioxide
1996SH2
carbon dioxide
2000BRA
methane
1964VIE
nitrogen
1964VIE
oxygen
1964VIE
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Poly(ethyl methacrylate)
argon
1989CHI
carbon dioxide
1981KOR
carbon dioxide
1989CHI
carbon dioxide
1989KA1
carbon dioxide
1994CON
methane
1989CHI
nitrogen
1989CHI
propane
1987GOR
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyimide
carbon dioxide
1988SAD
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyisobutylene
methane
1969LUN
methane
1977BON
n-pentane
2002JOU
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyisoprene
carbon dioxide
2003RAM
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(methyl methacrylate)
carbon dioxide
1981KOR
carbon dioxide
1987WIS
carbon dioxide
1989BER
carbon dioxide
1992CO1
carbon dioxide
1992CO2
carbon dioxide
1994CON
carbon dioxide
1994GOE
carbon dioxide
1996SH2
carbon dioxide
1997VIN
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(methyl methacrylate) (continued)
carbon dioxide
1998KAM
carbon dioxide
1999KIK
carbon dioxide
1999WEB
carbon dioxide
2002NIK
carbon dioxide
2002SIR
carbon dioxide
2003ALE
carbon dioxide
2003SHI
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(methyloctylsiloxane)
carbon dioxide
1986SHA
methane
1986SHA
propane
1986SHA
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(4-methyl-1-pentene)
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(methyltrifluoropropylsiloxane)
carbon dioxide
1986SHA
methane
1986SHA
propane
1986SHA
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(oxymethylene)
carbon dioxide
1996SH1
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(phenylmethylsiloxane)
carbon dioxide
1986SHA
methane
1986SHA
propane
1986SHA
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polypropylene
n-butane
1994HOR
n-butane
2001NAG
carbon dioxide
1996SH1
chlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
chlorotrifluoromethane
1986GOR
dichlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
1,2-dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane
1986GOR
ethene
1994HOR
n-heptane
1994HOR
n-pentane
1994HOR
propene
1994HOR
propene
2001SA1
propene
2001TSU
propene
2003PAL
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Polystyrene
carbon dioxide
1982MOR
carbon dioxide
1982TOI
carbon dioxide
1986CAR
carbon dioxide
1987SAD
carbon dioxide
1989BER
carbon dioxide
1989HAC
carbon dioxide
1992CO2
carbon dioxide
1996CON
carbon dioxide
1997KRY
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
carbon dioxide
1998WON
carbon dioxide
1998ZHA
carbon dioxide
2000FEN
carbon dioxide
2003ALE
carbon dioxide
2003KOG
carbon dioxide
2003NIK
carbon dioxide
2003SHI
carbon dioxide
2004CAO
1,1,1-chlorodifluoroethane
1999HON
chlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
chlorodifluoromethane
1999HON
chlorotrifluoromethane
1986GOR
dichlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
1,2-dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane
1986GOR
1,1-difluoroethane
1994GAR
1,1-difluoroethane
1998HON
1,1-difluoroethane
1999HON
methane
1962LUN
methane
1963LUN
methane
1987SAD
nitrogen
2000FEN
nitrogen
2000HIL
nitrogen
1990KUM
1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane
1998WON
1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane
1998ZHA
1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane
1999HON
1,1,1-trifluoroethane
1999HON
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Polysulfone
carbon dioxide
1986KA2
carbon dioxide
1996SH2
carbon dioxide
1998BOE
dinitrogen oxide
1998BOE
ethane
1986KA2
methane
1986KA2
methane
1998BOE
nitrogen
1986KA2
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Polytetrafluoroethylene
carbon dioxide
1991BRI
carbon dioxide
1996SH1
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(tetramethylsilhexylenesiloxane)
carbon dioxide
1993SHA
methane
1993SHA
propane
1993SHA
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(1-trimethyl-1-propyne)
carbon dioxide
1994POP
methane
1994POP
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyurethane and precursors
carbon dioxide
1996SH2
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(vinyl acetate)
carbon dioxide
1988MAS
carbon dioxide
2003PAL
carbon dioxide
2003WAN
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(vinyl benzoate)
argon
1986KA1
carbon dioxide
1986KA1
carbon dioxide
1989BER
nitrogen
1986KA1
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(vinyl chloride)
carbon dioxide
1996SH2
carbon dioxide
1998WON
carbon dioxide
1998ZHA
carbon dioxide
2001MUT
chlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
chlorotrifluoromethane
1986GOR
dichlorodifluoromethane
1986GOR
1,2-dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane
1986GOR
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(vinylidene fluoride)
carbon dioxide
1996SH1
carbon dioxide
2003SHE
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(vinyl methyl ether)
carbon dioxide
1989HAC
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone)
carbon dioxide
1999KIK
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyxylylene
carbon dioxide
1998AUB
____________________________________________________________________________________
Styrene/butadiene copolymer
carbon dioxide
2003KOG
____________________________________________________________________________________
Styrene/methyl methacrylate copolymer
carbon dioxide
1990RA1
____________________________________________________________________________________
Tetrafluoroethylene/2,2-bistrifluoromethyl4,5-difluoro-1,3-dioxole copolymer
n-butane
1999BON
n-butane
2002DEA
carbon dioxide
1999BON
carbon dioxide
2002DEA
ethane
1999BON
ethane
2002DEA
helium
1999BON
methane
1999BON
methane
2002DEA
nitrogen
1999BON
nitrogen
2002DEA
oxygen
1999BON
oxygen
2002DEA
propane
1999BON
propane
2002DEA
tetrafluoroethane
1999BON
tetrafluoroethane
2002DEA
tetrafluoromethane
1999BON
tetrafluoromethane
2002DEA
____________________________________________________________________________________
Vinyl acetate/vinylidene cyanide copolymer
carbon dioxide
1988HAC
____________________________________________________________________________________
Vinyl acetate/1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone copolymer
carbon dioxide
2003KIK
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2.3. Ternary and quaternary polymer solutions

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Solvent (D):

ethylene/norbornene copolymer
2003LEE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 34.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 83.3, 50 mol% ethylene,
Tg/K = 408.15, Union Chemical Laboratories, Taiwan
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1
toluene
C7H8
108-88-3
bicyclo[2,2,1]-2-heptene (norbornene)
C7H10
498-66-8

Type of data:

gas solubility

Comments:

The mass fractions of B/C/D belong to the feed liquid copolymer solution.

T/K = 323.15
wB/wC/wD = 0.04/0.40/0.56
P/bar
mA/(g/g feed liquid copolymer solution)

5.1
0.0160

9.9
0.0321

14.6
0.0502

19.2
0.0698

23.8
0.0915

6.4
0.0157

10.8
0.0299

14.6
0.0436

19.1
0.0590

25.2
0.0836

5.7
0.0112

9.4
0.0230

16.0
0.0376

20.6
0.0518

23.3
0.0661

6.1
0.0111

10.7
0.0224

15.4
0.0333

20.5
0.0465

23.7
0.0563

5.6
0.0088

9.9
0.0169

13.7
0.0251

19.4
0.0380

25.6
0.0530

7.0
0.0055

10.5
0.0118

14.8
0.0179

19.9
0.0288

25.3
0.0385

6.8
0.0047

10.7
0.0100

15.4
0.0171

20.0
0.0250

23.9
0.0313

wB/wC/wD = 0.16/0.35/0.49
P/bar
mA/(g/g feed liquid copolymer solution)
wB/wC/wD = 0.28/0.30/0.42
P/bar
mA/(g/g feed liquid copolymer solution)
T/K = 373.15
wB/wC/wD = 0.04/0.40/0.56
P/bar
mA/(g/g feed liquid copolymer solution)
wB/wC/wD = 0.16/0.35/0.49
P/bar
mA/(g/g feed liquid copolymer solution)
T/K = 423.15
wB/wC/wD = 0.04/0.40/0.56
P/bar
mA/(g/g feed liquid copolymer solution)
wB/wC/wD = 0.16/0.35/0.49
P/bar
mA/(g/g feed liquid copolymer solution)

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Solvent (D):
Type of data:

ethylene/norbornene copolymer
2003LEE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 34.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 83.3, 50 mol% ethylene,
Tg/K = 408.15, Union Chemical Laboratories, Taiwan
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4
toluene
C7H8
108-88-3
bicyclo[2,2,1]-2-heptene (norbornene)
C7H10
498-66-8

vapor-liquid equilibrium

T/K = 323.15
________________________________________________________________________________

P/bar

xA

liquid phase
xB

xC

xD

yA

vapor phase
yC
yD

________________________________________________________________________________
5.1 0.0526 0.0001 0.3995
0.5478
0.9625 0.0088 0.0287
9.9 0.1001 0.0001 0.3794
0.5204
0.9767 0.0057 0.0176
14.6 0.1481 0.0001 0.3592
0.4926
0.9860 0.0037 0.0103
19.2 0.1948 0.0001 0.3395
0.4656
0.9876 0.0030 0.0094
23.8 0.2406 0.0001 0.3202
0.4391
0.9893 0.0029 0.0078
6.4 0.0583 0.0005 0.3968
0.5444
0.9660 0.0093 0.0247
10.8 0.1057 0.0004 0.3768
0.5171
0.9852 0.0034 0.0114
14.6 0.1471 0.0004 0.3594
0.4931
0.9867 0.0033 0.0100
19.1 0.1894 0.0004 0.3416
0.4686
0.9900 0.0021 0.0079
25.2 0.2486 0.0004 0.3166
0.4344
0.9908 0.0024 0.0068
5.7 0.0494 0.0010 0.4003
0.5493
0.9622 0.0122 0.0256
9.4 0.0958 0.0010 0.3807
0.5225
0.9757 0.0072 0.0171
16.0 0.1479 0.0009 0.3588
0.4924
0.9855 0.0043 0.0102
20.6 0.1928 0.0008 0.3399
0.4665
0.9886 0.0032 0.0082
23.3 0.2339 0.0008 0.3227
0.4426
0.9902 0.0032 0.0066
________________________________________________________________________________
T/K = 373.15
________________________________________________________________________________

P/bar

xA

liquid phase
xB

xC

xD

yA

vapor phase
yC
yD

________________________________________________________________________________
6.1 0.0371 0.0001 0.4147
0.5481
0.8305 0.0681 0.1014
10.7 0.0719 0.0001 0.3997
0.5283
0.9012 0.0276 0.0712
15.4 0.1032 0.0001 0.3863
0.5104
0.9257 0.0208 0.0535
20.5 0.1385 0.0001 0.3710
0.4904
0.9411 0.0167 0.0422
23.7 0.1630 0.0001 0.3605
0.4764
0.9476 0.0153 0.0371
5.6 0.0337 0.0005 0.4090
0.5568
0.8305 0.0762 0.0933
9.9 0.0627 0.0005 0.3968
0.5400
0.8919 0.0614 0.0467
13.7 0.0904 0.0005 0.3850
0.5241
0.9210 0.0371 0.0419
19.4 0.1306 0.0004 0.3680
0.5010
0.9402 0.0258 0.0340
25.6 0.1734 0.0004 0.3499
0.4763
0.9500 0.0238 0.0262
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continued
T/K = 423.15
________________________________________________________________________________

P/bar

xA

liquid phase
xB

xC

xD

yA

vapor phase
yC
yD

________________________________________________________________________________
7.0 0.0185 0.0001 0.4149
0.5665
0.4610 0.1940 0.3450
10.5 0.0393 0.0001 0.4061
0.5545
0.6322 0.1223 0.2455
14.8 0.0583 0.0001 0.3980
0.5436
0.7084 0.0942 0.1974
19.9 0.0906 0.0001 0.3844
0.5249
0.7833 0.0692 0.1475
25.3 0.1177 0.0001 0.3729
0.5093
0.8162 0.0469 0.1369
6.8 0.0181 0.0005 0.4140
0.5674
0.4725 0.1784 0.3491
10.7 0.0382 0.0005 0.4055
0.5558
0.6479 0.1113 0.2408
15.4 0.0632 0.0005 0.3950
0.5413
0.7411 0.0820 0.1769
20.0 0.0866 0.0005 0.3851
0.5278
0.7878 0.0655 0.1467
23.9 0.1102 0.0005 0.3752
0.5141
0.8170 0.0559 0.1271
________________________________________________________________________________

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene block copolymer


Mw/kg.mol1 = 240, 4.9 wt% ethene, 90% isotactic,
58.1 wt% crystallinity, impact propylene copolymer,
Mitsubishi Chemical, Kurashiki, Japan
ethene
C2H4
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

2000SA2

74-85-1
110-54-3

weight fraction-based partition coefficient at infinite dilution, K = wCgas/wCliq

T/K = 323.15
P/MPa
K

0.6
30.6

1.2
15.2

1.8
12.0

0.6
43.9

1.2
20.7

1.8
15.9

2.4
13.1

T/K = 363.15
P/MPa 0.6
K
59.7

1.2
31.9

1.8
23.2

2.4
17.4

T/K = 343.15
P/MPa
K

Comments:

The weight fraction-based partition coefficients of n-hexane at infinite dilution are given
for the equilibrated system of C2H4 + polymer at binary system equilibrium temperature,
pressure, and concentration (please see Chapter 2.1. for the binary data).

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene block copolymer


Mw/kg.mol1 = 240, 4.9 wt% ethene, 90% isotactic,
58.1 wt% crystallinity, impact propylene copolymer,
Mitsubishi Chemical, Kurashiki, Japan

2000SA2

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continued

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

propene
n-hexane

C3H6
C6H14

115-07-1
110-54-3

weight fraction-based partition coefficient at infinite dilution, K = wCgas/wCliq

T/K = 323.15
P/MPa
K

1.2
12.4

1.6
9.4

1.8
8.6

1.6
15.7

1.8
14.1

1.8
20.4

2.4
14.7

T/K = 343.15
P/MPa
K

1.2
21.2

2.4
11.2

T/K = 363.15
P/MPa
K

1.2
38.2

Comments:

The weight fraction-based partition coefficients of n-hexane at infinite dilution are given
for the equilibrated system of C3H6 + polymer at binary system equilibrium temperature,
pressure, and concentration (please see Chapter 2.1. for the binary data).

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:
wA

0.400

T/K
P/bar

339.05
95

Comments:

poly(butyl methacrylate)
Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
carbon dioxide
CO2
butyl methacrylate
C8H14O2

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.081
0.050
0.869
353.15
2.6

124-38-9
97-88-1

vapor-liquid equilibrium
wB
323.95
78

0.05

wC

0.550

were kept constant

312.95
65

High-pressure fluid phase equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

2000BY1

polybutadiene
2002JOU
1
Mw/kg.mol = 420, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
cyclohexane
C6H12
110-82-7

gas/vapor solubility
0.081
0.050
0.869
363.15
2.9

0.081
0.050
0.869
373.15
3.4

0.081
0.050
0.869
383.15
3.6

0.081
0.050
0.869
393.15
3.7

0.081
0.050
0.869
403.15
4.4

0.081
0.050
0.869
413.15
4.5

0.081
0.050
0.869
423.15
4.9

0.081
0.050
0.869
433.15
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continued
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.081
0.050
0.869
443.15
5.7

0.081
0.050
0.869
453.15
6.1

0.081
0.050
0.869
463.15
6.5

0.081
0.050
0.869
473.15
6.6

0.172
0.050
0.778
353.15
5.3

0.172
0.050
0.778
363.15
5.5

0.172
0.050
0.778
373.15
6.6

0.172
0.050
0.778
383.15
7.2

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.172
0.050
0.778
403.15
8.1

0.172
0.050
0.778
413.15
8.5

0.240
0.050
0.710
353.15
6.5

0.240
0.050
0.710
363.15
6.9

0.240
0.050
0.710
373.15
7.7

0.240
0.050
0.710
383.15
8.5

0.240
0.050
0.710
393.15
9.1

0.300
0.050
0.650
353.15
7.6

Comments:

High-pressure fluid phase equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polybutadiene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 159, Mw/kg.mol1 = 165,
low cis-butadiene rubber
carbon dioxide
CO2
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

0.172
0.050
0.778
393.15
7.7

1999INO

124-38-9
110-54-3

weight fraction-based partition coefficient at infinite dilution, K = wCgas/wCliq

T/K = 318.2

(CO2)/(g/cm3)
K

0.142
0.301

0.161
0.304

0.183
0.322

0.221
0.390

0.241
0.456

0.282
0.548

0.353
0.967

0.125
0.400

0.140
0.403

0.162
0.450

0.184
0.472

0.204
0.519

0.303
0.880

0.351
1.040

0.107
0.714

0.144
0.719

0.166
0.823

0.196
0.877

0.261
1.013

T/K = 333.2

(CO2)/(g/cm3)
K

0.396
1.315

T/K = 358.2

(CO2)/(g/cm3)
K
Comments:

The values of K are given for the equilibrated system of CO2 + polymer at binary
system equilibrium temperature, density, pressure, and concentration.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.108
0.059
0.833
323.15
1.9

polybutadiene
2002JOU
1
Mw/kg.mol = 420, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
toluene
C7H8
108-88-3

gas/vapor solubility
0.108
0.059
0.833
343.15
2.9

0.108
0.059
0.833
363.15
4.0

0.108
0.059
0.833
383.15
4.8

0.108
0.059
0.833
403.15
5.4

0.108
0.059
0.833
423.15
6.1

0.108
0.059
0.833
443.15
6.9

0.108
0.059
0.833
463.15
7.6

0.108
0.059
0.833
473.15
8.0
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continued
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.186
0.059
0.755
323.15
2.8

0.186
0.059
0.755
343.15
3.7

0.186
0.059
0.755
363.15
4.4

0.186
0.059
0.755
383.15
6.3

0.186
0.059
0.755
403.15
7.9

0.186
0.059
0.755
423.15
9.2

0.186
0.059
0.755
443.15
10.6

0.186
0.059
0.755
453.15
11.0

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.278
0.059
0.663
343.15
6.3

0.278
0.059
0.663
363.15
8.3

0.278
0.059
0.663
383.15
10.3

0.278
0.059
0.663
403.15
11.9

0.337
0.059
0.604
323.15
6.6

0.337
0.059
0.604
343.15
7.9

0.337
0.059
0.604
363.15
9.9

0.337
0.059
0.604
383.15
11.4

Comments:

High-pressure fluid phase equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Polymer (C):
Characterization:

poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene ether)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 22, Mw/kg.mol1 = 47,
Tg/K = 477.1, Asahi Chemicals Inc., Kawasaki, Japan
carbon dioxide
CO2
polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 106, Mw/kg.mol1 = 331,
Tg/K = 381.4, Asahi Chemicals Inc., Kawasaki, Japan

Type of data:

gas solubility

wB/wC = 25/75

was kept constant

T/K = 373.15
P/MPa
wA

2.127
4.107
6.051
8.095
11.887 15.965 20.110
0.01356 0.02551 0.03706 0.04849 0.06670 0.08206 0.09478

T/K = 423.15
P/MPa
wA

2.113
4.125
6.023
8.047
12.023 15.995 20.013
0.00987 0.01913 0.02767 0.03641 0.05229 0.06532 0.07693

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

2.219
4.113
6.111
8.088
12.092 16.065 20.060
0.00680 0.01393 0.02133 0.02849 0.04239 0.05451 0.06582

wB/wC = 50/50

was kept constant

T/K = 373.15
P/MPa
wA

2.147
4.087
6.085
8.108
12.059 16.012 19.789
0.01687 0.02896 0.03977 0.05122 0.07187 0.09238 0.11116

T/K = 423.15
P/MPa
wA

2.167
4.126
6.091
8.115
12.110 16.059 20.104
0.01020 0.01950 0.02868 0.03794 0.05452 0.06850 0.08005

T/K = 473.15
P/MPa
wA

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0.278
0.059
0.663
323.15
4.9

2.148
4.148
6.127
8.110
12.117 16.144 20.046
0.00830 0.01587 0.02313 0.03050 0.04453 0.05648 0.06640

2002SAT

124-38-9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
1998VIN
United Chemical Technologies, Inc., Petrarch Silanes & Silicones,
cross-linked using benzoyl peroxide
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
C3D6O
666-52-4

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

partition coefficient at equilibrium swelling, Kc = cC (in swollen PDMS)/cC (in CO2)

T/K = 314.65
The concentration of C3D6O in CO2 is 0.040 M.
P/bar
Kc

10.2
81.593

15.6
77.151

22.6
106.08

29.5
77.390

41.1
44.694

51.1
33.904

58.8
26.644

65.5
21.346

72.8
12.686

P/bar
Kc

79.7
8.975

85.2
4.778

91.5
3.652

96.5
2.990

105.0
2.099

111.2
1.963

173.8
0.207

91.7
1.934

96.5
1.625

98.5
1.433

105.0
1.287

111.0
1.026

89.4
1.793

91.7
1.603

96.0
1.542

103.4
1.533

116.0
0.789

The concentration of C3D6O in CO2 is 0.012 M.


P/bar
Kc

82.8
5.376

84.4
4.437

86.6
3.428

90.2
2.046

The concentration of C3D6O in CO2 is 0.200 M.


P/bar
Kc

80.1
6.903

83.0
3.764

84.1
2.996

86.1
2.647

P/bar
Kc

125.5
0.705

138.5
0.329

152.5
0.146

173.5
0.225

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
1998VIN
United Chemical Technologies, Inc., Petrarch Silanes & Silicones,
cross-linked using benzoyl peroxide
carbon dioxide
CO2
124-38-9
methanol
CH4O
67-56-1

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

swelling at equilbrium pressure

T/K = 314.65
The concentration of CH4O in CO2 is 0.0892 M.
P/bar
V/V0

82.7
1.638

89.4
1.605

96.8
1.636

102.6
1.651

110.0
1.707

P/bar
V/V0

146.2
1.912

152.8
1.941

159.9
1.952

168.3
1.992

173.3
2.021

116.2
1.739

123.6
1.760

131.1
1.822

138.1
1.857

The concentration of CH4O in CO2 is 0.131 M.


P/bar
V/V0

84.2
1.717

85.3
1.687

86.8
1.652

88.2
1.627

89.5
1.610

91.6
1.611

93.5
1.620

99.0
1.643

105.3
1.674

P/bar
V/V0

112.0
1.713

118.0
1.749

125.5
1.792

132.2
1.815

138.3
1.853

146.1
1.883

153.3
1.935

162.0
1.970

171.3
1.998
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continued
The concentration of CH4O in CO2 is 0.670 M.
P/bar
V/V0

83.9
1.879

85.0
1.817

86.6
1.800

92.1
1.767

96.0
1.760

99.4
1.776

102.1
1.784

P/bar
V/V0

118.6
1.877

125.1
1.935

131.7
1.976

141.5
2.042

149.2
2.089

160.8
2.176

172.5
2.236

108.5
1.809

112.6
1.848

The concentration of CH4O in CO2 is its concentration at saturated conditions.


P/bar
V/V0

0.0
1.028

1.0
1.057

14.1
1.104

20.5
1.111

34.4
1.172

41.6
1.231

41.9
1.248

52.3
1.368

56.3
1.408

P/bar
V/V0

63.2
1.554

64.4
1.596

68.8
1.717

68.8
1.664

70.4
1.671

72.8
1.901

75.9
1.978

76.5
2.128

77.7
2.204

P/bar
V/V0

78.5
2.214

79.2
2.256

80.3
2.211

80.4
2.268

80.9
2.275

81.1
2.193

81.6
2.228

82.1
2.165

83.0
1.988

Comments:

The equilibrium swelling data in pure CO2 are given above in Chapter 2.1.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
1998VIN
United Chemical Technologies, Inc., Petrarch Silanes & Silicones,
cross-linked using benzoyl peroxide
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
methanol-d4
CD4O
811-98-3

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

partition coefficient at equilibrium swelling, Kc = cC (in swollen PDMS)/cC (in CO2)

T/K = 314.65
The concentration of CD4O in CO2 is 0.0480 M.
P/bar
Kc

52.1
13.186

58.8
15.680

63.5
9.806

67.5
8.356

69.9
8.104

71.8
6.526

74.4
5.763

78.5
4.891

81.0
4.292

P/bar
Kc

84.0
2.717

91.1
2.759

96.4
2.750

103.9
2.284

112.4
1.700

118.7
1.613

126.8
2.059

132.9
2.108

139.4
1.515

P/bar
Kc

147.4
1.361

154.3
1.823

175.4
1.416

The concentration of CD4O in CO2 is 0.0890 M.


P/bar
Kc

71.9
19.337

80.6
7.311

84.1
5.092

88.3
3.679

91.4
2.508

93.7
2.712

97.2
2.776

104.0
2.555

110.1
2.259

P/bar
Kc

120.0
1.883

126.8
1.983

132.9
2.015

138.6
1.525

146.7
1.473

151.5
1.477

159.2
1.605

166.4
1.448

174.4
1.421

The concentration of CD4O in CO2 is 0.130 M.


P/bar
Kc

78.1
13.889

79.3
11.517

81.8
8.101

83.7
6.102

85.9
4.814

87.8
3.982

91.0
2.904

96.5
2.649

104.1
2.372

P/bar
Kc

111.0
2.404

120.8
1.815

125.1
1.737

132.6
1.979

141.5
1.932

147.3
1.532

153.8
1.698

165.6
1.340

176.1
1.253

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
1998VIN
United Chemical Technologies, Inc., Petrarch Silanes & Silicones,
cross-linked using benzoyl peroxide
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
2-propanol
C3H8O
67-63-0

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

swelling at equilbrium pressure

T/K = 314.65
The concentration of C3H8O in CO2 is 0.160 M.
P/bar
V/V0

81.2
1.790

82.7
1.721

87.0
1.610

96.3
1.649

110.2
1.738

123.7
1.810

143.0
1.914

157.2
1.985

173.1
2.109

107.2
2.086

117.8
2.178

132.3
2.261

153.9
2.519

171.7
2.643

The concentration of C3H8O in CO2 is 0.743 M.


P/bar
V/V0

81.1
2.147

87.1
2.092

95.0
2.065

100.9
2.058

The concentration of C3H8O in CO2 is its concentration at saturated conditions.


P/bar
V/V0

1.0
1.910

1.0
1.967

4.4
2.240

5.9
2.187

12.5
2.832

14.1
2.567

17.9
3.268

22.5
3.439

30.0
3.887

P/bar
V/V0

35.0
4.184

41.4
5.440

49.6
6.362

55.7
6.749

56.6
7.201

60.8
7.515

64.2
8.417

69.1
8.561

69.3
7.354

P/bar
V/V0

73.4
5.149

76.7
3.108

76.9
2.917

78.5
2.296

80.2
2.234

Comments:

The equilibrium swelling data in pure CO2 are given above in Chapter 2.1.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
1998VIN
United Chemical Technologies, Inc., Petrarch Silanes & Silicones,
cross-linked using benzoyl peroxide
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
2-propanol-d8
C3D8O
22739-76-0

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

partition coefficient at equilibrium swelling, Kc = cC (in swollen PDMS)/cC (in CO2)

T/K = 314.65
The concentration of C3D8O in CO2 is 0.160 M.
P/bar
Kc

80.6
17.349

82.4
9.142

84.0
6.062

P/bar
Kc

139.1
1.305

156.1
1.281

174.2
1.321

86.7
4.155

91.4
2.578

97.7
2.085

104.6
1.998

111.7
2.001

124.5
1.715

58.6
63.572

64.4
40.862

The concentration of C3D8O in CO2 is 0.01 M.


P/bar
Kc

8.5
35.033

15.5
57.339

21.9
78.837

29.0
87.014

38.4
44.5
51.1
105.269 105.004 90.562

continued

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continued
P/bar
Kc

71.9
21.143

78.9
9.474

83.9
5.246

86.3
4.432

86.7
2.282

91.1
2.635

94.2
2.305

97.9
1.978

105.0
1.861

P/bar
Kc

112.7
1.606

115.8
1.981

119.0
1.387

127.8
1.870

128.0
2.058

142.5
2.059

143.9
1.346

160.2
1.454

174.2
1.355

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
1998VIN
United Chemical Technologies, Inc., Petrarch Silanes & Silicones,
cross-linked using benzoyl peroxide
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
2-propanone
C3H6O
67-64-1

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

swelling at equilbrium pressure

T/K = 314.65
The concentration of C3H6O in CO2 is 0.0402 M.
P/bar
V/V0

1.0
1.507

8.2
1.583

16.8
1.538

22.7
1.445

31.9
1.343

39.2
1.346

49.9
1.357

61.4
1.383

78.1
1.521

P/bar
V/V0

84.8
1.580

90.6
1.586

96.6
1.624

106.9
1.686

116.3
1.749

130.2
1.832

142.7
1.904

156.3
1.969

171.6
2.048

91.2
1.588

90.9
1.584

99.0
1.606

The concentration of C3H6O in CO2 is 0.203 M.


P/bar
V/V0

77.4
1.969

79.8
1.830

82.1
1.661

83.9
1.623

85.2
1.597

87.1
1.584

P/bar
V/V0

101.4
1.630

110.1
1.671

120.7
1.721

143.3
1.858

155.4
1.932

172.1
2.038

92.0
2.206

99.7
2.263

The concentration of C3H6O in CO2 is 0.915 M.


P/bar
V/V0

79.3
2.199

82.4
2.210

84.9
2.228

87.9
2.216

170.5
2.512

The concentration of C3H6O in CO2 is its concentration at saturated conditions.


P/bar
V/V0

1.0
1.897

1.0
1.735

6.5
1.986

13.2
2.413

20.7
2.873

26.9
3.567

29.4
4.039

34.7
4.483

36.6
4.913

P/bar
V/V0

41.4
5.315

44.1
5.510

50.2
6.011

51.0
5.809

55.2
5.778

60.2
4.982

66.4
3.487

70.0
2.702

72.3
2.442

P/bar
V/V0

72.8
2.294

73.9
2.298

74.8
2.115

Comments:

The equilibrium swelling data in pure CO2 are given above in Chapter 2.1.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
silicone rubber, cross-linked
carbon dioxide
CO2
toluene
C7H8

1989SHI
124-38-9
108-88-3
continued

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continued
Type of data:

vapor-liquid equilibrium

Comments:

The sorption of toluene is given in the equilibrated system of CO2 + PDMS at binary
system equilibrium temperature, pressure, and concentration (these binary data were
published in the original source in diagrams only).

T/K = 308.15
P/bar
mC/(g/g polymer)

40.5
60.8
60.8
60.8
70.9
70.9
81.0
81.0
0.06427 0.04390 0.04694 0.04245 0.03012 0.03159 0.00910 0.00871

P/bar
mC/(g/g polymer)

81.0
101.3
101.3
101.3
121.6
121.6
141.8
141.8
0.00762 0.00662 0.00583 0.00683 0.00680 0.00718 0.00715 0.00634

P/bar
mC/(g/g polymer)

141.8
202.6
253.3
0.00654 0.00490 0.00537

T/K = 343.15
P/bar
mC/(g/g polymer)

40.5
60.8
70.9
81.0
101.3
121.6
141.8
202.6
0.01535 0.01580 0.01534 0.01381 0.00706 0.00735 0.00601 0.00421

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

polyethylene
1990KEN
1
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 8, Mw/kg.mol = 177, Mz/kg.mol = 1000,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14
nitrogen
N2
7727-37-9

vapor-liquid equilibrium

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.99218
0.00557
0.00225
396.71
8.6

0.99218
0.00557
0.00225
398.67
8.8

0.99218
0.00557
0.00225
400.68
9.0

0.99218
0.00557
0.00225
402.67
9.1

0.97801
0.01970
0.00229
396.64
8.8

0.97801
0.01970
0.00229
398.65
8.9

0.97801
0.01970
0.00229
400.63
9.1

0.93668
0.06110
0.00222
401.78
9.9

0.93668
0.06110
0.00222
403.80
10.0

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.93668
0.06110
0.00222
405.79
10.2

0.93668
0.06110
0.00222
407.75
10.4

0.91660
0.08180
0.00160
407.59
9.9

0.91660
0.08180
0.00160
410.06
10.2

0.91660
0.08180
0.00160
412.55
10.5

0.91660
0.08180
0.00160
417.54
11.1

0.87440
0.12350
0.00210
417.51
11.4

0.87440
0.12350
0.00210
419.98
11.7

0.87440
0.12350
0.00210
422.51
12.1

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.86616
0.13160
0.00224
417.54
11.4

0.86616
0.13160
0.00224
419.98
11.7

0.86616
0.13160
0.00224
422.51
12.1

0.86616
0.13160
0.00224
424.98
12.4

0.98317
0.00443
0.01240
384.67
25.6

0.98317
0.00443
0.01240
385.69
25.7

0.98317
0.00443
0.01240
386.65
25.7

0.97797
0.00973
0.01230
384.28
25.8

0.97797
0.00973
0.01230
386.24
25.9

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.97797
0.00973
0.01230
388.21
26.0

0.97637
0.01093
0.01270
384.67
26.4

0.97637
0.01093
0.01270
386.68
26.4

0.97637
0.01093
0.01270
388.15
26.5

0.96690
0.02060
0.01250
384.10
26.4

0.96690
0.02060
0.01250
386.13
26.4

0.96690
0.02060
0.01250
388.11
26.5

0.96600
0.02130
0.01270
384.75
26.7

0.96600
0.02130
0.01270
386.70
26.8
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continued
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.96600
0.02130
0.01270
388.63
26.9

0.92590
0.06140
0.01270
394.62
27.6

0.92590
0.06140
0.01270
396.19
27.7

0.92590
0.06140
0.01270
397.32
27.8

0.90640
0.08120
0.01240
394.62
28.4

0.90640
0.08120
0.01240
396.19
28.5

0.90640
0.08120
0.01240
400.03
28.7

0.90640
0.08120
0.01240
401.97
28.8

0.88390
0.10390
0.01220
400.03
28.9

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.88390
0.10390
0.01220
402.02
29.0

0.88390
0.10390
0.01220
404.01
29.1

0.92975
0.05980
0.01045
392.04
24.2

0.92975
0.05980
0.01045
394.62
24.3

0.92975
0.05980
0.01045
396.61
24.4

0.93350
0.06040
0.00610
401.94
16.6

0.93350
0.06040
0.00610
403.95
16.7

0.93350
0.06040
0.00610
405.91
16.8

0.98115
0.00986
0.00899
387.28
20.0

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.98115
0.00986
0.00899
390.69
20.2

0.98115
0.00986
0.00899
392.69
20.4

0.89158
0.10340
0.00502
407.80
16.0

0.89158
0.10340
0.00502
409.83
16.1

0.89158
0.10340
0.00502
411.83
16.2

0.88122
0.11110
0.00768
406.59
20.8

0.88122
0.11110
0.00768
408.64
20.9

0.88122
0.11110
0.00768
412.57
21.2

Comments:

High-pressure fluid phase demixing data for this system are given in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 43, Mw/kg.mol1 = 105, Mz/kg.mol1 = 190,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
n-hexane
C6H14
1-octene
C8H16

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

2001TOR

110-54-3
111-66-0

vapor-liquid equilibrium

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
441.7
0.92

Comments:

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
451.9
1.10

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
452.6
0.93

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
462.4
1.10

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
472.5
1.00

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
482.7
1.22

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
493.1
1.46

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
482.6
1.02

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
493.1
1.25

Liquid-liquid equilibrium and liquid-liquid-vapor equilibrium data for this system


are given in Chapter 3.

poly(ethylene glycol) dimethyl ether


PEGDM mixture used for the Selexol process
diethylene glycol dimethylether
diethylene glycol monomethylether
triethylene glycol dimethylether
triethylene glycol monomethylether
tetraethylene glycol dimethylether
tetraethylene glycol monomethylether
pentaethylene glycol dimethylether
pentaethylene glycol monomethylether
hexaethylene glycol dimethylether
hexaethylene glycol monomethylether
heptaethylene glycol dimethylether

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2.07 wt%
0.16 wt%
21.01 wt%
0.72 wt%
33.68 wt%
0.67 wt%
26.39 wt%
0.38 wt%
12.78 wt%
0.10 wt%
1.87 wt%
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Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Solvent (D):

carbon dioxide
diisopropanolamine
water

CO2
C6H15NO2
H 2O

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Type of data:

gas solubility

Comments:

The feed liquid mixture is given by wB = 0.85 + wC = 0.10 + wD = 0.05.

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
xA

0.385
0.0798

0.730
0.1386

1.327
0.2100

1.753
0.2584

2.077
0.2856

2.533
0.3224

3.030
0.3650

3.587
0.4139

4.053
0.4600

0.963
0.1374

1.317
0.1748

1.814
0.2211

2.148
0.2474

2.614
0.2772

2.908
0.2976

3.567
0.3366

4.063
0.3716

0.922
0.0879

1.327
0.1215

1.854
0.1557

2.290
0.1814

2.553
0.1958

2.928
0.2188

3.526
0.2562

4.083
0.2996

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
xA

0.517
0.0753

T/K = 333.15
P/MPa
xA

0.547
0.0558

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(ethylene glycol) dimethyl ether


PEGDM mixture used for the Selexol process
see data set above
hydrogen
H2
diisopropanolamine
C6H15NO2
water
H 2O

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Solvent (D):

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1333-74-0
110-97-4
7732-18-5

Type of data:

gas solubility

Comments:

The feed liquid mixture is given by wB = 0.85 + wC = 0.10 + wD = 0.05.

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
xA

1.023
0.0022

1.510
0.0031

1.672
0.0035

2.057
0.0042

2.361
0.0049

2.634
0.0055

3.009
0.0062

3.405
0.0070

3.769
0.0078

1.398
0.0032

1.601
0.0036

2.097
0.0048

2.341
0.0054

2.564
0.0058

2.999
0.0068

3.263
0.0074

3.587
0.0081

1.419
0.0038

1.702
0.0045

1.935
0.0052

2.280
0.0060

2.564
0.0068

2.979
0.0079

3.212
0.0086

3.840
0.0102

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
xA

1.013
0.0023

T/K = 333.15
P/MPa
xA

1.023
0.0027

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

poly(ethylene glycol) dimethyl ether


PEGDM mixture used for the Selexol process
see data set above
nitrogen
N2

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Solvent (C):
Solvent (D):

diisopropanolamine
water

C6H15NO2
H 2O

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Type of data:

gas solubility

Comments:

The feed liquid mixture is given by wB = 0.85 + wC = 0.10 + wD = 0.05.

T/K = 298.15
P/MPa
xA

1.034
0.0031

1.439
0.0043

1.925
0.0058

2.239
0.0067

2.564
0.0077

2.817
0.0085

3.081
0.0092

3.405
0.0103

3.699
0.0111

1.419
0.0049

1.672
0.0057

1.935
0.0067

2.219
0.0076

2.604
0.0089

2.717
0.0096

3.091
0.0106

3.526
0.0121

1.409
0.0053

1.804
0.0067

1.996
0.0074

2.169
0.0080

2.462
0.0091

2.888
0.0106

3.101
0.0115

3.506
0.0129

T/K = 313.15
P/MPa
xA

1.023
0.0035

T/K = 333.15
P/MPa
xA

1.013
0.0037

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.493
0.05
0.457
306.85
52.7

0.088

T/K
P/MPa

323.15
1.9

Comments:

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0.493
0.05
0.457
308.35
54.5

0.493
0.05
0.457
309.75
56.2

0.493
0.05
0.457
316.85
62.4

polyisobutylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 600, Mw/kg.mol1 = 1000,
Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
carbon dioxide
CO2
n-heptane
C7H16

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):

wA

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High-pressure fluid phase equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

2000BY2

vapor-liquid equilibrium

0.493
0.05
0.457
298.75
44.3

Comments:

poly(ethyl methacrylate)
Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
carbon dioxide
CO2
ethyl methacrylate
C6H10O2

2002JOU

124-38-9
142-82-5

vapor-liquid equilibrium

338.15
2.0

wB

0.025

353.15
2.3

373.15
3.0

wC

0.887

were kept constant

393.15
3.0

High-pressure fluid phase equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polypropylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 48.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 245, 92% isotactic,
Polibrasil Resinas S.A., Brazil
n-butane
C4H10
toluene
C7H8

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:
0.8905
0.0996
0.0099
373.15
18.1

0.8905
0.0996
0.0099
368.15
15.9

0.8905
0.0996
0.0099
363.15
14.5

0.8905
0.0996
0.0099
358.15
12.9

0.8508
0.0983
0.0509
373.15
17.5

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
373.15
16.0

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
368.15
15.0

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
363.15
13.9

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
358.15
12.0

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
353.15
10.7

0.8512
0.0974
0.0514
368.15
17.5

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
383.15
19.9

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106-98-9
108-88-3

0.8512
0.0974
0.0514
363.15
15.3

0.8512
0.0974
0.0514
358.15
12.9

0.8022
0.0993
0.0985
373.15
18.3

0.8022
0.0993
0.0985
368.15
16.2

0.8022
0.0993
0.0985
363.15
14.0

0.8022
0.0993
0.0985
358.15
11.8

Liquid-liquid equilibrium data are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

0.8508
0.0983
0.0509
358.15
12.6

vapor-liquid equilibrium

0.8910
0.0986
0.0104
363.15
17.0

Comments:

0.8508
0.0983
0.0509
363.15
14.3

polypropylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 48.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 245, 92% isotactic,
Polibrasil Resinas S.A., Brazil
1-butene
C4H8
toluene
C7H8

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.8508
0.0983
0.0509
368.15
15.8

Liquid-liquid equilibrium data are given in Chapter 3.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

106-97-8
108-88-3

vapor-liquid equilibrium

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

Comments:

2000OLI

poly(vinyl acetate)
1991WAN, 1993WAN
1
M/kg.mol = 158, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
benzene
C6H6
71-43-2

weight fraction-based partition coefficient at infinite dilution, K = wCgas/wCliq

T/K = 313.2
P/MPa
K

2.04
0.14

3.01
0.12

4.33
0.11

4.95
0.12

5.93
0.14

6.87
0.16

7.85
0.25
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T/K = 333.2
P/MPa
K

1.88
0.38

Comments:

2.72
0.29

4.81
0.21

5.01
0.22

6.16
0.23

7.18
0.25

7.95
0.29

The weight fraction-based partition coefficients of benzene at infinite dilution are given
for the equilibrated system of CO2 + polymer at binary system equilibrium temperature,
pressure, and concentration (please see Chapter 2.1. for the binary data).

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

3.81
0.23

poly(vinyl acetate)
1991WAN, 1993WAN
1
M/kg.mol = 158, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
toluene
C7H8
108-88-3

weight fraction-based partition coefficient at infinite dilution, K = wCgas/wCliq

T/K = 313.2
P/MPa
K

1.97
0.099

2.86
0.072

2.92
0.078

2.95
0.075

3.91
0.066

4.68
0.071

5.79
0.079

6.85
0.11

7.73
0.18

3.04
0.15

3.98
0.13

4.02
0.14

5.00
0.14

5.98
0.15

6.96
0.17

6.97
0.17

7.97
0.20

T/K = 333.2
P/MPa
K

2.03
0.19

Comments:

The weight fraction-based partition coefficients of toluene at infinite dilution are given
for the equilibrated system of CO2 + polymer at binary system equilibrium temperature,
pressure, and concentration (please see Chapter 2.1. for the binary data).

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

starch
1996SIN
degermed yellow cornmeal, Lauhoff Grain Co., Danville, IL
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
water
H 2O
7732-18-5

gas solubility

T/K = 343.15
wA
wB
wC
P/bar

0.0037
0.6057
0.3906
26.39

0.0086
0.6014
0.3900
58.41

0.0121
0.6006
0.3873
92.11

0.0162
0.5982
0.3856
118.31

0.0037
0.6057
0.3906
25.41

0.0080
0.6031
0.3889
58.76

0.0131
0.6000
0.3869
92.82

0.0171
0.5975
0.3854
117.58

0.0035
0.6378
0.3587
22.92

wA
wB
wC
P/bar

0.0074
0.6353
0.3573
55.78

0.0117
0.6325
0.3558
90.56

0.0152
0.6303
0.3545
114.24

0.0037
0.6376
0.3587
22.00

0.0080
0.6349
0.3571
56.62

0.0127
0.6319
0.3554
92.67

0.0171
0.6291
0.3538
117.99

0.0035
0.6527
0.3438
24.09

0.0075
0.6501
0.3424
57.61

wA
wB
wC
P/bar

0.0118
0.6473
0.3409
91.14

0.0157
0.6447
0.3396
116.85

0.0035
0.6527
0.3438
23.07

0.0076
0.6500
0.3424
58.27

0.0121
0.6471
0.3408
93.88

0.0167
0.6441
0.3392
116.82

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2.4. Table of ternary or quaternary systems where data were


published only in graphical form as phase diagrams or
related figures

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Polymer (B)

Second/third/fourth component

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/propylene copolymer
ethene and propene
1994YOO
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polycarbonate bisphenol-A
carbon dioxide and polystyrene
1997KAT
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polycarbonate bisphenol chloral
carbon dioxide and poly(methyl methacrylate)
1990RA2
methane and poly(methyl methacrylate)
1990RA2
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(cyanopropylmethylsiloxane)
carbon dioxide and methanol
1999BRA
carbon dioxide and 2-propanol
1999BRA
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide)
carbon dioxide and polystyrene
1982MOR
carbon dioxide and polystyrene
1996CON
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(dimethylsiloxane)
carbon dioxide and methanol
1998VIN
carbon dioxide and methanol
1998WES
carbon dioxide and methanol
1999BRA
carbon dioxide and 2-propanol
1998VIN
carbon dioxide and 2-propanol
1999BRA
carbon dioxide and 2-propanone
1998VIN
carbon dioxide and 2-propanone
1998WES
carbon dioxide and toluene
1998WES
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyethylene
ethene and 4-methyl-1-pentene
1992WOH
n-hexane and nitrogen
1990KEN
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Polymer (B)

Second/third/fourth component

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(ethylene oxide)-b-poly(propylene
oxide)-b-poly(ethylene oxide)
triblock copolymer
carbon dioxide and p-xylene
2002ZHA
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(methyl methacrylate)
carbon dioxide and bisphenol chloral
polycarbonate
1990RA2
methane and bisphenol chloral polycarbonate
1990RA2
carbon dioxide and water
1997VIN
carbon dioxide and water
1998KAZ
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polypropylene
ethene and propene
1994HOR
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polystyrene
benzene and carbon dioxide
1989SAS
benzene and carbon dioxide
1990SAS
carbon dioxide and polycarbonate bisphenol-A
1997KAT
carbon dioxide and poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4phenylene oxide)
1982MOR
carbon dioxide and poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4phenylene oxide)
1996CON
carbon dioxide and poly(vinyl methyl ether)
1989HAC
carbon dioxide and poly(vinyl methyl ether)
1998MOK
carbon dioxide and pyrene
2004CAO
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(vinyl acetate)
benzene and carbon dioxide
1988MAS
benzene and carbon dioxide
1989SAS
benzene and carbon dioxide
1990SAS
benzene and carbon dioxide
1992HAT
carbon dioxide and toluene
1992HAT
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(vinyl methyl ether)
carbon dioxide and polystyrene
1989HAC
carbon dioxide and polystyrene
1998MOK
____________________________________________________________________________________

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1974DOS
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1977BON
1977CHE
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1978STE
1981ALB
1981KOR

1981PAR
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1982TOI
1983MEY
1984FON

1984KOB

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2003WI2

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2004CAO
2004CHE

2004DAV

2004SOL

2004TAN
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3. LIQUID-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM (LLE) DATA OF POLYMER


SOLUTIONS AT ELEVATED PRESSURES
3.1. Cloud-point and/or coexistence curves of quasibinary solutions

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1999BEY
Mn/kg.mol1 = 74, Mw/kg.mol1 = 285, 70.0 wt% vinyl acetate,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
287-92-3
cyclopentane
C5H10

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points (LCST behavior)

0.06
462.55
34.6

0.06
480.05
60.7

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.06
518.35
113.3

0.06
530.35
125.3

cloud points (LCST behavior)

0.06
475.75
37.3

0.06
475.95
37.6

Polymer (B):

0.06
485.25
51.9

0.06
486.35
53.4

0.06
496.75
68.4

0.06
497.95
70.1

0.06
505.65
80.7

0.06
507.15
83.2

N-isopropylacrylamide/1-deoxy-1-methacrylamido-D-glucitol copolymer
2002RE1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 28.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 56, 13.3 mol% glucitol,
synthesized in the laboratory by radical polymerization
7732-18-5
water
H 2O

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.06
507.05
97.4

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1999BEY
Mn/kg.mol1 = 74, Mw/kg.mol1 = 285, 70.0 wt% vinyl acetate,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
142-29-0
cyclopentene
C5H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.06
494.45
80.9

cloud points (LCST behavior)

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0102
413.2
1.00

0.0174
384.8
1.00

0.0233
368.5
1.00

0.0263
358.1
1.00

0.0397
353.0
1.00

0.0550
366.0
1.00

0.0102
428.6
2.90

0.0102
450.3
3.87

0.0102
465.0
4.48

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0174
401.6
2.27

0.0174
432.5
3.87

0.0233
391.3
2.10

0.0233
395.0
2.27

0.0233
419.0
3.58

0.0233
433.5
5.71

0.0233
453.0
8.57

0.0397
377.8
2.57

0.0397
400.0
3.65

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0550
373.0
1.62

0.0550
388.5
2.26

0.0550
392.2
2.45

0.0550
403.8
2.90

0.0550
411.5
3.58

0.0550
421.6
4.70

0.0550
440.2
7.43

0.0550
451.6
8.84

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Polymer (B):

N-isopropylacrylamide/1-deoxy-1-methacrylamido-D-glucitol copolymer
2002RE1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 51.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 110, 13.7 mol% glucitol,
synthesized in the laboratory by radical polymerization
water
H 2O
7732-18-5

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points (LCST behavior)

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.01001 0.03914 0.0400


321.1
315.6
313.7
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.08810 0.0070
315.1
320.9
1.0
20.0

0.0070
321.8
100.0

0.0070
322.7
200.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0070
324.0
600.0

0.0230
320.3
300.0

0.0230
321.9
600.0

0.0230
322.4
700.0

0.0230
317.6
20.0

Polymer (B):

0.0230
320.7
400.0

0.0070
323.8
500.0

N-isopropylacrylamide/1-deoxy-1-methacrylamido-D-glucitol copolymer
2002RE1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 145, Mw/kg.mol1 = 432, 14.0 mol% glucitol,
synthesized in the laboratory by radical polymerization
7732-18-5
water
H 2O

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.0230
319.0
200.0

0.0070
323.4
300.0

cloud points (LCST behavior)

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0050
313.1
1.0

0.0100
311.3
1.0

0.0305
310.1
1.0

0.0432
309.8
1.0

0.0530
309.3
1.0

0.0983
308.6
1.0

0.1103
308.0
1.0

0.1294
307.3
1.0

0.0038
311.7
3.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0038
312.0
62.0

0.0038
312.4
110.0

0.0038
313.3
200.0

0.0038
313.6
300.0

0.0038
313.7
400.0

0.0038
314.3
500.0

0.0038
314.3
600.0

0.0038
314.0
700.0

0.0432
310.0
10.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0432
310.1
40.0

0.0432
310.3
70.0

0.0432
310.5
100.0

0.0432
310.8
150.0

0.0432
311.1
200.0

0.0432
311.4
250.0

0.0432
311.8
300.0

0.0432
311.8
350.0

0.0432
312.0
400.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0432
312.1
450.0

0.0432
312.3
550.0

0.0432
312.3
600.0

0.0432
312.0
700.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0499
273.71
9.80

penta(ethylene glycol) monoheptyl ether


1992SAS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 0.34, surfactant C7E5, Bachem, purity > 98 wt%
112-40-3
n-dodecane
C12H26

cloud points
0.0499
275.64
24.00

0.0499
277.35
36.80

0.0499
279.18
51.00

0.0499
281.00
65.20

0.0499
282.71
79.60

0.0499
284.51
95.00

0.0857
277.92
13.20

0.0857
279.31
23.40
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0857
280.42
31.20

0.0857
281.97
43.40

0.0857
283.65
55.45

0.0857
285.78
69.05

0.0857
287.59
85.25

0.0999
280.05
14.65

0.0999
282.03
28.35

0.0999
284.17
43.95

0.0999
286.20
58.75

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0999
288.20
73.45

0.0999
290.08
88.05

0.1680
279.57
7.95

0.1680
281.63
22.95

0.1680
283.57
37.35

0.1680
285.66
52.95

0.1680
287.58
67.55

0.1680
289.57
82.85

0.1680
291.52
98.35

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2037
279.68
8.22

0.2037
281.66
22.45

0.2037
283.54
36.35

0.2037
285.57
51.45

0.2037
287.55
66.35

0.2037
289.51
81.55

0.2037
291.48
97.05

0.3010
279.45
11.95

0.3010
281.56
27.45

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3010
283.48
41.75

0.3010
285.51
57.05

0.3010
287.51
72.55

0.3010
289.47
88.75

0.4013
277.39
7.55

0.4013
279.19
21.55

0.4013
281.06
35.75

0.4013
283.75
55.55

0.4013
285.38
68.25

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.4013
287.14
82.25

0.4013
289.05
97.45

0.4681
276.54
8.45

0.4681
278.43
22.35

0.4681
280.29
36.55

0.4681
282.47
53.10

0.4681
285.76
78.45

0.4681
288.09
97.05

0.6025
273.38
6.15

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.6025
274.50
14.35

0.6025
276.36
29.15

0.6025
278.23
43.45

0.6025
280.03
58.25

0.6025
281.50
70.65

0.6025
283.66
88.95

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

penta(ethylene glycol) monoheptyl ether


1992SAS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 0.34, surfactant C7E5, Bachem, purity > 98 wt%
7732-18-5
water
H 2O

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0100
341.74
6.35

0.0100
342.82
15.34

0.0100
343.92
25.65

0.0100
345.93
46.20

0.0100
348.12
71.60

0.0302
341.34
8.35

0.0302
342.28
15.45

0.0302
343.02
21.45

0.0302
345.04
39.35

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0302
346.98
59.25

0.0302
347.88
70.15

0.0302
349.98
96.15

0.0799
339.94
1.88

0.0799
340.96
9.85

0.0799
341.91
17.55

0.0799
343.15
28.65

0.0799
344.14
38.15

0.0799
345.06
47.45

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0799
347.03
70.25

0.0799
348.93
95.95

0.0987
340.88
7.95

0.0987
341.93
16.55

0.0987
342.97
25.75

0.0987
345.08
46.15

0.0987
346.89
66.75

0.0987
347.77
77.65

0.0987
348.75
91.15

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1595
340.81
6.65

0.1595
341.84
15.05

0.1595
342.85
23.85

0.1595
344.87
43.15

0.1595
346.94
66.15

0.1595
348.05
80.05

0.1595
349.40
99.15

0.1862
340.56
2.83

0.1862
342.65
19.65

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1862
344.78
39.45

0.1862
346.67
59.75

0.1862
348.65
84.75

0.2488
340.79
1.03

0.2488
341.91
9.75

0.2488
342.89
17.95

0.2488
344.06
28.55

0.2488
345.84
46.25

0.2488
347.81
68.65

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2488
348.80
81.45

0.2488
349.79
95.35

0.3489
343.87
10.55

0.3489
345.05
20.65

0.3489
345.92
28.55

0.3489
347.86
47.95

0.3489
349.80
70.55

0.3489
350.75
83.05

0.3489
351.88
99.35
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.4006
345.04
5.95

0.4006
346.19
15.45

0.4006
347.36
25.35

0.4006
347.88
30.05

0.4006
350.71
58.45

0.4006
351.73
70.35

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.5029
351.74
23.15

0.5029
352.61
30.85

0.5029
354.53
49.35

0.5029
356.43
69.55

0.5029
357.44
81.55

0.5029
358.37
93.15

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(butyl methacrylate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 427, Mw/kg.mol1 = 470,
Rhm GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany
ethanol
C2H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
0.075

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

315.35
1

314.15
105

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

312.15
400

311.15
625

64-17-5

310.15
1054

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
M /kg.mol1 = 626, Dow-Corning
n-butane
C4H10

1972ZE1
106-97-8

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.92

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
M /kg.mol1 = 1.2, 10 cSt viscosity, Dow-Corning
ethane
C2H6

wB = 0.366

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

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1972ZE1
74-84-0

cloud points

T/K = 280.65

T/K = 273.15

313.15
198

wB = 0.0369

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

Type of data:

0.5029
350.70
14.45

cloud points

T/K = 392.95

Type of data:

0.5029
349.77
7.15

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

0.4006
353.05
87.45

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.92

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
M /kg.mol1 = 3.2, 50 cSt viscosity, Dow-Corning
ethane
C2H6

cloud points
wB = 0.262

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.90

1972ZE1
74-84-0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
M /kg.mol1 = 14.2, 292 cSt viscosity, Dow-Corning
ethane
C2H6

wB = 0.0364

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
M /kg.mol1 = 626, Dow-Corning
ethane
C2H6

wB = 0.0651

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

wB = 0.0400

wB = 0.0402

74-98-6

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.92

1972ZE1
74-98-6

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.91

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13, Mw/kg.mol1 = 89, Mz/kg.mol1 = 600,
LDPE, Stamylan, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
cyclohexane
C6H12

Solvent (A):

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1972ZE1

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
M /kg.mol1 = 626, Dow-Corning
propane
C3H8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.0766
514.49
26.4

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.85

cloud points

T/K = 337.75

wB
T/K
P/bar

74-84-0

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
M /kg.mol1 = 203, Dow-Corning
propane
C3H8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

Type of data:

1972ZE1

cloud points

T/K = 340.15

Type of data:

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.89

cloud points

T/K = 259.65

Type of data:

74-84-0

cloud points

T/K = 272.15

Type of data:

1972ZE1

cloud points
0.0766
517.75
32.9

0.0766
521.00
39.7

0.0766
522.25
41.8

0.0766
526.45
48.6

0.1083
515.38
25.60

0.1083
520.75
30.43

0.1083
526.19
38.43

2000BEH

110-82-7

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13, Mw/kg.mol1 = 89, Mz/kg.mol1 = 600,
LDPE, Stamylan, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
cyclohexane
C6H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
0.103

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

554.06
62

560.69
68

564.14
73

570.03
78

574.22
82

578.33
86

T/K
P/bar

598.74
103

603.65
107

610.30
112

614.57
115

619.14
118

628.86
124

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.06
483.35
48.5

0.06
492.45
61.7

0.06
483.95
41.0

0.06
488.55
47.8

287-92-3

0.06
492.95
62.3

0.06
501.65
74.5

0.06
502.55
75.4

0.06
513.65
90.4

0.06
526.05
106.4

0.06
528.75
110.4

1999BEY
142-29-0

0.06
489.15
48.6

0.06
498.05
62.3

0.06
498.75
63.1

0.06
510.35
79.6

polyethylene
2002JOU
Mw/kg.mol1 = 125, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
142-82-5
n-heptane
C7H16

cloud points

wB

0.024

was kept constant

T/K
P/MPa

463.15
2.0

473.15
3.2

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1999BEY

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 20.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 106
cyclopentene
C5H8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

Comments:

592.73
98

cloud points (LCST behavior)

0.06
482.85
39.4

Type of data:

589.48
95

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 20.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 106
cyclopentane
C5H10

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

584.85
91

cloud points (LCST behavior)

0.06
482.95
47.4

Type of data:

110-82-7

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

2002HOR

483.15
4.6

493.15
5.7

503.15
7.1

Vapor-liquid equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 2.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
2004SCH
Mn/kg.mol1 = 6.28, Mw/kg.mol1 = 6.5, linear, completely
hydrogenated polybutadiene, Polymer Source, Inc., Dorval, Quebec
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.018
470.15
30

0.018
479.15
41

0.018
488.15
48

0.018
498.15
54

0.018
505.15
60

0.018
515.15
69

0.0355
464.15
19

0.0355
473.65
31

0.0355
480.15
38

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0355
488.15
49

0.0355
497.15
58

0.0355
507.15
67

0.0355
519.15
76

0.051
472.15
28

0.051
489.15
45

0.051
499.15
55

0.051
508.15
66

0.0564
482.15
68

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0564
492.15
75

0.0564
502.15
81

0.0564
514.15
87

0.0564
522.15
97

0.065
487.15
35

0.065
496.15
44

0.083
479.15
28

0.083
488.15
37

0.083
497.15
48

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.083
507.65
56

0.083
516.15
63

0.085
466.15
34

0.085
474.15
43

0.085
483.15
52

0.085
492.15
57

0.085
500.15
63

0.085
510.15
72

0.090
494.15
67

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.090
504.15
78

0.090
514.15
88

0.090
524.15
100

0.103
489.15
45

0.103
496.15
58

0.103
506.15
66

0.103
515.15
75

0.155
502.15
43

0.155
509.15
45

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.155
521.15
57

0.279
518.15
38

0.279
527.65
50

0.279
536.65
54

Type of data:

B, crit
T/K
P/bar

critical points

0.138
451
20

0.138
463
40

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 177, Mz/kg.mol1 = 1000,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.138
476
60

1990KEN

110-54-3

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0053
412.50
16.3

0.0053
419.93
29.0

0.0053
422.43
32.2

0.0053
427.40
40.2

0.0053
434.77
51.0

0.0055
412.60
23.1

0.0055
415.07
27.1

0.0055
417.59
31.1

0.0055
420.03
34.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0055
422.50
38.1

0.0055
427.49
45.6

0.0055
432.47
52.6

0.0095
411.76
18.2

0.0095
414.28
21.2

0.0095
416.83
26.1

0.0095
419.29
30.8

0.0095
421.80
33.1

0.0095
421.78
33.7

continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0095
426.80
40.8

0.0095
429.78
45.1

0.0095
436.70
55.2

0.0199
412.52
15.2

0.0199
417.54
23.4

0.0199
422.51
30.9

0.0199
424.93
35.0

0.0199
427.46
38.3

0.0199
432.36
46.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0199
437.33
52.7

0.0199
442.29
59.8

0.0298
412.49
11.3

0.0298
417.46
19.3

0.0298
419.93
23.4

0.0298
422.45
27.2

0.0298
424.93
31.2

0.0298
427.41
35.2

0.0298
429.88
38.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0298
432.39
42.6

0.0298
437.39
49.8

0.0298
442.36
57.2

0.0423
412.52
7.6

0.0423
417.51
16.1

0.0423
419.98
19.5

0.0423
422.48
23.7

0.0423
424.95
27.8

0.0423
427.46
32.1

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0423
429.91
35.2

0.0423
432.44
38.9

0.0423
434.90
42.7

0.0423
437.39
46.3

0.0498
417.54
13.8

0.0498
419.95
17.3

0.0498
422.51
21.8

0.0498
425.01
25.6

0.0498
427.48
29.2

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0498
432.44
36.8

0.0612
417.45
10.4

0.0612
419.93
14.5

0.0612
422.43
18.4

0.0612
424.90
22.2

0.0612
427.40
26.2

0.0612
427.38
26.4

0.0612
429.86
30.1

0.0612
432.36
34.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0612
437.33
41.0

0.0612
439.82
44.6

0.0666
421.63
14.6

0.0666
423.11
17.0

0.0666
424.64
19.2

0.0666
426.59
22.1

0.0666
428.09
24.4

0.0666
429.54
26.5

0.0666
431.55
29.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0666
436.51
37.1

0.0666
439.47
41.4

0.0666
441.43
44.3

0.0820
421.75
11.3

0.0820
423.72
14.2

0.0820
425.69
17.2

0.0820
427.67
20.4

0.0820
429.62
23.2

0.0954
422.52
9.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0954
424.82
13.3

0.0954
427.30
17.3

0.0954
429.78
21.1

0.0954
432.29
24.9

0.0954
433.79
27.3

0.0954
434.77
28.7

0.0954
437.25
32.4

0.0954
439.82
36.3

0.0954
442.31
39.9

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0954
444.80
43.5

0.0954
447.29
47.0

0.0954
452.26
54.3

0.1313
429.15
10.3

0.1313
432.45
15.5

0.1313
434.11
18.2

0.1313
437.41
23.1

0.1313
439.03
25.4

0.1313
446.55
36.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1313
451.46
43.7

0.1313
457.15
52.0

0.0612
415.55
7.4

0.0666
417.35
7.7

Type of data:

coexistence data (liquid-liquid-vapor three phase equilibrium)

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0055
401.45
4.8

0.0053
405.75
5.5

0.0095
404.35
5.3

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0820
419.85
8.0

0.0954
421.55
8.2

0.1313
428.15
8.5

Comments:

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0.0199
407.05
5.8

0.0298
409.55
6.3

0.0423
411.85
6.8

0.0498
413.75
7.1

Vapor-liquid equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 2.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
2004CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 14.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 15.5, completely hydrogenated
polybutadiene, Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0322
453.17
1.7

0.0322
463.11
3.0

0.0322
473.15
4.3

0.0824
453.07
2.1

0.0824
463.11
3.4

0.0824
473.12
4.8

0.0906
453.11
2.0

0.0906
463.17
3.4

0.0906
473.09
4.7

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0984
453.18
2.0

0.0984
463.15
3.3

0.0984
473.22
4.7

0.1187
453.21
1.9

0.1187
463.10
3.2

0.1187
473.18
4.5

0.1379
453.17
1.8

0.1379
463.15
3.2

0.1379
473.20
4.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0906
453.13
1.5
VLLE

0.0906
463.14
1.8
VLLE

0.0906
473.12
2.0
VLLE

Comments:

Vapor-liquid equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 2.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 22.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 58,
HDPE, metallocene product, BASF AG, Germany
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2000BEH

110-54-3

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0497
430.52
15.5

0.0497
438.64
28.4

0.0497
446.86
40.5

0.0497
455.16
52.3

0.0497
463.47
63.9

0.0497
471.86
74.1

0.0497
479.83
83.8

0.0497
488.05
93.9

0.0497
496.17
102.4

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0497
503.21
110.0

0.1037
430.94
10.1

0.1037
437.29
20.0

0.1037
445.42
31.0

0.1037
453.63
42.1

0.1037
462.15
53.9

0.1037
470.24
64.9

0.1037
478.48
75.3

0.1037
486.85
84.9

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1037
495.09
94.6

0.1037
503.07
103.1

0.1508
434.00
9.5

0.1508
439.84
16.9

0.1508
446.61
26.6

0.1508
446.86
27.0

0.1508
454.32
37.3

0.1508
461.36
46.7

0.1508
469.38
55.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1508
475.84
62.3

0.1508
482.86
73.6

0.1508
490.05
81.8

0.1508
497.37
90.1

0.1508
503.34
96.9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 20, Mw/kg.mol1 = 210,
HDPE, BASF AG, Germany
n-hexane
C6H14

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110-54-3

cloud points
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0488
436.15
42.3

0.0488
440.77
47.1

0.0488
446.20
54.2

0.0488
452.04
61.2

0.0488
456.57
66.8

0.0488
461.96
74.5

0.0488
467.33
81.4

0.0488
472.64
88.4

0.0488
478.75
96.4

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0488
484.21
103.0

0.0488
487.39
107.1

0.0488
495.09
114.3

0.0488
504.53
126.2

0.1097
423.75
21.6

0.1097
430.13
29.9

0.1097
435.31
35.1

0.1097
441.82
43.8

0.1097
448.99
51.7

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1097
455.25
59.3

0.1097
462.02
67.2

0.1097
462.15
67.4

0.1097
469.19
75.5

0.1097
476.63
83.7

0.1097
483.67
94.4

0.1097
490.59
94.4

0.1097
496.95
105.7

0.1097
503.85
113.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 20, Mw/kg.mol1 = 585,
HDPE, BASF AG, Germany
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2000BEH

110-54-3

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0477
423.48
25.6

0.0477
429.84
34.1

0.0477
436.07
43.3

0.0477
443.68
52.4

0.0477
451.38
62.5

0.0477
459.90
74.2

0.0477
467.99
84.9

0.0477
475.57
94.8

0.0477
483.40
104.2

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0477
491.11
111.7

0.0477
498.15
120.3

0.0477
504.39
127.0

0.0994
422.96
8.8

0.0994
431.18
19.8

0.0994
438.64
31.0

0.0994
447.27
40.6

0.0994
454.83
51.6

0.0994
462.95
62.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0994
470.39
72.6

0.0994
478.90
83.7

0.0994
487.54
94.5

0.0994
495.36
103.3

0.0994
502.94
111.5

0.1482
438.88
12.7

0.1482
439.03
13.0

0.1482
446.08
24.9

0.1482
452.85
36.7

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1482
460.29
47.6

0.1482
467.60
58.9

0.1482
474.64
68.2

0.1482
481.93
77.7

0.1482
488.98
86.0

0.1482
496.56
94.5

0.1482
503.61
102.4

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
2004CHE
1
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 23.3, Mw/kg.mol = 60.4, Mz/kg.mol = 100.7,
metallocene LLDPE, unspecified comonomer, industrial source
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0049
443.13
2.5

0.0049
453.13
3.9

0.0049
463.18
5.2

0.0049
473.22
6.6

0.0148
443.25
2.6

0.0148
453.15
4.1

0.0148
463.14
5.5

0.0148
473.05
6.6

0.0364
443.49
2.6

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0364
453.54
4.0

0.0364
463.58
5.4

0.0364
473.55
6.6

0.0822
433.15
1.6

0.0822
453.10
4.5

0.0822
473.14
7.2

0.0888
443.34
2.1

0.0888
453.36
3.4

0.0888
463.37
4.9
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0888
473.41
6.3

0.1083
443.42
1.9

0.1083
453.38
3.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1952
452.98
2.4

0.1952
463.09
3.8

0.1952
473.21
5.1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0822
433.18
1.1

0.0822
453.13
1.5

0.0822
473.13
1.9

Comments:

0.1083
473.45
6.1

0.1535
443.03
1.4

0.1535
453.04
2.8

0.1535
463.05
4.1

0.1535
473.01
5.4

(three VLLE data points)

Vapor-liquid equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 2.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 43, Mw/kg.mol1 = 105, Mz/kg.mol1 = 190,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.1083
463.42
4.7

2001TOR

110-54-3

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2128
446.2
1.05
VLE

0.2128
457.4
1.33
VLLE

0.2128
467.6
1.60
VLLE

0.2128
478.0
1.88
VLLE

0.2128
457.4
2.29
LLE

0.2128
467.6
3.78
LLE

0.2128
478.0
5.16
LLE

0.2128
488.2
6.45
LLE

0.2128
498.4
7.65
LLE

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2128
508.5
8.79
LLE

0.2128
519.0
9.87
LLE

0.1382
436.5
0.92
VLE

0.1382
446.9
1.06
VLLE

0.1382
456.2
1.26
VLLE

0.1382
467.5
1.52
VLLE

0.1382
446.9
1.91
LLE

0.1382
456.2
3.25
LLE

0.1382
467.5
4.81
LLE

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1382
477.7
6.13
LLE

0.1382
488.1
7.44
LLE

0.1382
498.4
8.67
LLE

0.1382
508.5
9.80
LLE

0.1382
519.0
10.89
LLE

0.0813
431.3
0.77
VLE

0.0813
441.2
0.93
VLLE

0.0813
451.4
1.14
VLLE

0.0813
461.9
1.38
VLLE

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0813
441.2
1.48
LLE

0.0813
451.4
3.00
LLE

0.0813
461.9
4.50
LLE

0.0813
472.0
5.86
LLE

0.0813
482.5
7.16
LLE

0.0813
492.9
8.45
LLE

0.0813
502.9
9.59
LLE

0.0813
513.0
10.60
LLE

0.0582
441.2
1.63
LLE

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0582
451.5
3.15
LLE

0.0582
461.9
4.63
LLE

0.0582
472.2
6.01
LLE

0.0582
482.5
7.29
LLE

0.0221
464.0
5.11
LLE

0.0221
474.4
6.49
LLE

0.0221
482.7
7.53
LLE

0.0221
492.6
8.73
LLE

0.0221
502.9
9.90
LLE

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0221
513.3
10.98
LLE

0.0138
423.4
0.68
VLE

0.0138
433.6
0.78
VLE

0.0138
443.4
2.15
LLE

0.0138
453.6
3.64
LLE

0.0138
462.9
4.92
LLE

0.0138
473.4
6.30
LLE

0.0138
483.5
7.57
LLE

0.0138
493.8
8.76
LLE

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0138
503.
9.82
LLE

0.0138
513.4
10.86
LLE

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
2004SCH
Mn/kg.mol1 = 61.0, Mw/kg.mol1 = 67.1, linear, completely
hydrogenated polybutadiene, Polymer Source, Inc., Dorval, Quebec
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0207
436.15
15

0.0207
446.15
27

0.0207
453.15
37

0.0207
463.15
52

0.0207
481.15
72

0.0207
490.15
94

0.0374
423.15
22

0.0374
436.65
30

0.0374
446.15
46

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0374
454.15
59

0.0374
463.15
71

0.0374
471.15
81

0.0374
478.15
91

0.050
428.15
22

0.050
437.15
35

0.069
436.15
22

0.069
454.65
49

0.069
464.15
58

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.069
473.15
76

0.106
448.65
42

0.106
458.65
54

0.106
466.15
60

0.106
474.15
70

0.106
481.65
80

0.106
493.15
91

0.118
443.55
23

0.118
451.35
34

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.118
469.65
63

0.118
478.15
71

0.118
487.15
77

0.118
496.15
92

0.285
479.15
54

0.285
488.15
69

0.285
498.15
83

0.285
507.65
93

0.285
517.15
101

Type of data:

B, crit
T/K
P/bar

critical points

0.026
429.0
20

0.025
444.0
40

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
2004CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 82, Mw/kg.mol1 = 108, completely hydrogenated
polybutadiene, Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.024
461.0
60

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0076
443.67
3.8

0.0076
453.14
5.3

0.0076
463.18
6.6

0.0076
473.12
7.9

0.0186
443.15
3.9

0.0186
453.16
5.4

0.0186
463.15
6.7

0.0186
473.15
8.0

0.0310
443.15
4.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0310
453.16
5.6

0.0310
463.16
6.9

0.0310
473.16
8.2

0.0536
443.17
4.0

0.0536
453.15
5.4

0.0536
463.17
6.7

0.0536
473.15
8.0

0.0829
433.13
2.4

0.0829
453.13
5.3

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0829
473.13
8.0

0.0886
443.24
3.8

0.0886
453.16
5.3

0.0886
463.16
6.6

0.0886
473.17
7.9

0.1026
443.08
3.8

0.1026
453.15
5.1

0.1026
463.16
6.5

0.1026
473.19
7.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1310
443.14
3.6

0.1310
453.14
5.0

0.1310
463.18
6.4

0.1310
473.15
7.7

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0829
433.13
1.1

0.0829
453.13
1.5

0.0829
473.12
2.0

(three VLLE data points)

Comments:

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Vapor-liquid equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 2.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
2004SCH
Mn/kg.mol1 = 322, Mw/kg.mol1 = 383, linear, completely
hydrogenated polybutadiene, Polymer Source, Inc., Dorval, Quebec
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.00422 0.00422 0.00422 0.00422 0.00422 0.00422 0.00422 0.00422 0.006


437.65 447.35 456.15 465.65 475.05 484.75 494.55 503.75 434.15
50
62
75
87
99
110
119.5
129.5
41

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.006
442.15
54

0.006
452.15
66

0.006
461.15
79

0.006
469.15
90

0.006
478.15
101

0.006
487.15
111

0.0175
453.15
69

0.0175
461.15
81

0.0175
469.15
91

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0175
478.15
104

0.0175
488.15
115

0.0175
496.65
125

0.0428
430.15
29

0.0428
437.15
43

0.0428
445.15
57

0.0428
454.15
69

0.0428
462.15
83

0.0428
473.15
94

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0428
482.15
107

0.0428
492.15
117

0.060
429.85
34

0.060
437.55
48

0.060
448.15
63

0.060
456.15
74

0.060
464.85
85

0.060
474.65
96

0.060
483.65
107

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.060
491.95
115

0.0838
444.15
46

0.0838
452.65
58

0.0838
460.15
69

0.0838
468.15
80

0.0838
477.15
93

0.0838
486.15
101

0.0838
495.15
114

0.127
442.15
32

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.127
453.15
43

0.127
461.15
56

0.127
472.15
74

0.127
479.15
86

0.127
489.15
98

0.127
497.15
112

0.237
467.65
47

0.237
482.85
66

0.237
494.45
83

Type of data:

B, crit
T/K
P/bar

critical points

0.012
416.2
20

0.012
431.4
40

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 43, Mw/kg.mol1 = 105, Mz/kg.mol1 = 190,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
1-octene
C8H16

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.013
446.3
60

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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1791
503.3
0.97
VLE

0.1791
513.4
1.14
VLE

0.1791
524.3
1.35
VLLE

0.1791
533.9
1.57
VLLE

0.1791
524.3
1.38
LLE

0.1791
533.9
2.30
LLE

0.1791
544.8
3.30
LLE

0.0897
503.2
0.94
VLE

0.0897
512.8
1.13
VLE

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0897
523.8
1.35
VLLE

0.0897
535.0
1.60
VLLE

0.0897
523.8
1.93
LLE

0.0897
534.9
3.07
LLE

0.0897
544.3
3.95
LLE

0.0439
503.3
0.95
VLE

0.0439
513.4
1.11
VLE

0.0439
524.5
1.34
VLLE

0.0439
533.4
1.54
VLLE
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0439
524.4
2.19
LLE

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0198
544.5
4.16
LLE

0.0439
533.4
3.09
LLE

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.0198
503.3
0.95
VLE

0.0198
513.3
1.14
VLLE

0.0198
523.9
1.35
VLLE

0.0198
533.5
1.58
VLLE

0.0198
523.9
2.22
LLE

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 11.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 41.7,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
n-pentane
C5H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.0439
544.1
4.10
LLE

0.0198
533.5
3.16
LLE

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T/K = 403.15
wB
P/bar

0.003
97.2

0.010
113.1

0.015
112.4

0.020
109.6

0.030
108.9

wB
P/bar

0.043
108.2

0.045
109.6

0.050
108.9

0.060
102.0

0.070
101.3

0.035
111.7

0.037
109.6

0.039
111.7

0.040
111.7

0.035
137.2

0.037
135.1

0.039
136.5

0.040
136.5

0.035
158.6

0.037
157.2

0.039
156.5

0.040
158.6

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.0395


T/K = 423.15
wB
P/bar

0.003
124.8

0.010
137.9

0.015
137.9

0.020
133.7

0.030
135.1

wB
P/bar

0.043
131.7

0.045
133.7

0.050
131.0

0.060
127.5

0.070
127.5

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.0395


T/K = 443.15
wB
P/bar

0.003
153.7

0.010
160.0

0.015
160.6

0.020
157.9

0.030
159.3

wB
P/bar

0.043
155.1

0.045
156.5

0.050
153.7

0.060
150.3

0.070
149.6

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.0395

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 27.7,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
n-pentane
C5H12

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continued

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continued
T/K = 403.15
wB
P/bar

0.003
46.2

0.020
78.6

0.040
70.3

wB
P/bar

0.080
62.0

0.100
47.5

0.110
42.7

0.060
66.2

0.062
66.2

0.065
66.9

0.068
64.1

0.070
63.4

0.075
62.7

0.060
93.1

0.062
92.4

0.065
92.4

0.068
90.3

0.070
89.6

0.075
88.9

0.060
120.0

0.062
119.3

0.065
117.9

0.068
117.2

0.070
115.8

0.075
115.1

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.069


T/K = 423.15
wB
P/bar

0.003
79.3

0.020
108.9

0.040
100.6

wB
P/bar

0.080
88.2

0.100
75.8

0.110
70.3

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.069


T/K = 443.15
wB
P/bar

0.003
115.8

0.020
130.3

0.040
126.2

wB
P/bar

0.080
113.1

0.100
102.7

0.110
95.8

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.069

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(ethylene oxide)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 14.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 19.7,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
water
H 2O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
1

cB/g.dl
T/K
P/MPa

20.0
295.65
539
The complete phase behavior is given in the original source in graphs.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(ethylene oxide)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 248, Mw/kg.mol1 = 270,
American Polymer Standards
water
H 2O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
1

cB/g.dl
T/K
P/MPa

0.3
295.65
430

Comments:

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1.0
295.65
557

Comments:

1992COO

cloud points
1.0
295.65
435
The complete phase behavior is given in the original source in graphs.

1992COO

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
M /kg.mol1 = 6.0, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
106-97-8
n-butane
C4H10

cloud points
wB = 0.0079
wB = 0.0272
wB = 0.0466

T/K = 344.35
T/K = 337.85
T/K = 321.85

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
M /kg.mol1 = 703, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
106-97-8
n-butane
C4H10

cloud points
wB = 0.0114

T/K = 264.75

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
1
M /kg.mol = 1660, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
106-97-8
n-butane
C4H10

wB = 0.0061
wB = 0.0112
wB = 0.0466

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.025

was kept constant

T/K
P/MPa

443.15
1.3

453.15
2.5

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463.95
3.9

473.25
5.4

483.15
6.7

493.15
8.3

Vapor-liquid equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 2.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

T/K = 409.65

2002JOU

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.37
(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.37
(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.37

polyisobutylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 600, Mw/kg.mol1 = 1000,
Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
n-heptane
C7H16

Solvent (A):

Comments:

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.37

cloud points

T/K = 253.85
T/K = 253.85
T/K = 253.85

Type of data:

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.47
(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.50
(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.58

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
M /kg.mol1 = 1660, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
110-54-3
n-hexane
C6H14

cloud points
wB = 0.0204

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.61

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points
wB = 0.0235

T/K = 387.85

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
1
M /kg.mol = 6.0, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
n-pentane
C5H12
109-66-0

wB = 0.0226

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.57

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
M /kg.mol1 = 703, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
109-66-0
n-pentane
C5H12

cloud points
wB = 0.0247

T/K = 353.55

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

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(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.44

cloud points

T/K = 403.55

T/K = 347.35

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
1
M /kg.mol = 1660, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
78-78-4
2-methylbutane
C6H12

wB = 0.0220

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

Type of data:

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.45

cloud points

T/K = 323.35

Type of data:

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
M /kg.mol1 = 703, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
78-78-4
2-methylbutane
C6H12

wB = 0.0220

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

Type of data:

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.55

cloud points

T/K = 330.55

Type of data:

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
M /kg.mol1 = 6.0, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
78-78-4
2-methylbutane
C6H12

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.42

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
M /kg.mol1 = 1660, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
109-66-0
n-pentane
C5H12

cloud points
wB = 0.0243

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.45

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyisobutylene
1972ZE1
M /kg.mol1 = 2.2, laboratory fractions, Mw/Mn = 1.14 by GPC
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

cloud points
wB = 0.0135
wB = 0.0374

T/K = 291.55
T/K = 279.85

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)
synthesized in the laboratory
deuterium oxide
D2O

2004SHI
7789-20-0

cloud points

cB/mol.l1 = 0.690

T/K = 308.45 5.99 104 (P/MPa 48.2)2

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 70, Mw/kg.mol1 = 144,
synthesized in the laboratory by radical polymerization
water
H 2O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.33
(dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.48

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wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0035
313.0
100.0

0.0035
313.7
202.0

0.0035
314.2
354.5

0.0035
314.9
507.5

0.0035
315.1
558.5

0.0035
315.6
609.5

0.0035
315.8
660.5

0.0035
315.4
711.5

0.0307
310.2
20.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0307
311.2
148.5

0.0307
311.7
262.5

0.0307
312.5
365.0

0.0307
313.1
426.0

0.0307
313.2
477.0

0.0307
313.4
507.5

0.0307
313.4
538.5

0.0307
313.3
558.5

0.0307
313.0
609.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 120, Mw/kg.mol1 = 258,
synthesized in the laboratory by radical polymerization
water
H 2O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

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wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0039
307.2
20.55

0.0039
307.5
50.00

0.0039
308.1
148.50

0.0039
308.4
252.50

0.0039
308.4
354.50

0.0039
308.4
426.00

0.0039
308.2
507.50

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0295
307.0
50.00

0.0295
307.7
148.50

0.0295
308.1
283.50

0.0295
308.1
354.50

0.0295
308.0
426.00

0.0295
307.9
507.50

0.0295
307.9
609.50

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0.0039
308.0
609.50

0.0295
306.6
20.55

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 301.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 615,
synthesized in the laboratory by radical polymerization
water
H 2O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.01030 0.02011 0.02502 0.03574 0.03701 0.04167 0.04167 0.04167 0.04167


307.20 306.74 306.65 306.46 305.59 305.50 305.60 305.70 305.73
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
1.0
2.5
3.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.04167 0.04167 0.04167 0.04167 0.04167 0.05646 0.06402 0.06774 0.07670


305.86 305.90 308.12 308.27 308.32 306.10 306.25 306.40 306.35
4.0
5.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.08839 0.1057
306.46 305.89
0.1
0.1

Type of data:

0.1146
306.20
0.1

0.1474
305.84
0.1

0.1757
305.72
0.1

spinodal points (LCST behavior)

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.02011 0.03574 0.04167 0.04167 0.04167 0.04167 0.04167 0.04167 0.04529


321.6
312.1
309.2
308.5
309.2
308.2
307.6
307.4
310.7
0.10
0.10
0.10
1.0
2.5
3.0
4.0
5.0
0.10

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05646 0.06402 0.06774 0.07670 0.08839 0.1146


308.9
307.8
308.7
309.1
308.7
309.1
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.1757
310.9
0.10

poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 301.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 615,
synthesized in the laboratory by radical polymerization
water
H 2O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.1474
308.7
0.10

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wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0103
307.2
1.0

0.0201
306.7
1.0

0.0250
306.6
1.0

0.0357
306.5
1.0

0.0370
305.6
1.0

0.0417
305.5
1.0

0.0417
305.6
10.0

0.0417
305.7
25.0

0.0417
305.7
30.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0417
305.9
40.0

0.0417
305.9
50.0

0.0417
306.7
100.0

0.0417
308.0
200.0

0.0417
308.0
300.0

0.0417
308.0
400.0

0.0453
306.3
1.0

0.0565
306.1
1.0

0.0640
306.2
1.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0677
306.4
1.0

0.0767
306.3
1.0

0.0884
306.5
1.0

0.1057
305.9
1.0

0.1146
306.2
1.0

0.1474
305.8
1.0

0.1757
305.7
1.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
1

cloud points

cB/mol.l = 0.690

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poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)
synthesized in the laboratory
water
H 2O
T/K = 306.75 5.59 104 (P/MPa 51.7)2

2004SHI
7732-18-5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 2.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
acetaldehyde
C2H4O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1997DES

75-07-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1090
276.17
2.91

0.1090
276.18
2.92

0.1090
276.17
2.92

0.1090
276.67
2.50

0.1090
276.67
2.51

0.1090
277.17
2.02

0.1090
277.18
2.02

0.1090
277.18
2.05

0.1090
277.67
1.55

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1090
277.67
1.57

0.1090
277.67
1.58

0.1090
278.47
0.79

0.1090
278.48
0.74

0.1090
278.67
0.61

0.1090
278.66
0.62

0.1090
278.97
0.34

0.1090
278.97
0.32

0.1374
281.66
2.69

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1374
281.66
2.65

0.1374
281.66
2.67

0.1374
282.16
2.27

0.1374
282.16
2.28

0.1374
282.16
2.26

0.1374
282.16
2.27

0.1374
282.66
1.83

0.1374
282.66
1.81

0.1374
282.66
1.81

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1374
283.16
1.36

0.1374
283.16
1.38

0.1374
283.16
1.37

0.1374
283.97
0.60

0.1374
283.97
0.61

0.1374
284.16
0.46

0.1374
284.16
0.46

0.1374
284.32
0.31

0.1709
284.16
2.96

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1709
284.16
2.96

0.1709
284.16
2.97

0.1709
284.67
2.42

0.1709
284.67
2.41

0.1709
284.67
2.42

0.1709
285.17
1.89

0.1709
285.16
1.89

0.1709
285.17
1.91

0.1709
285.67
1.39

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1709
285.67
1.38

0.1709
285.87
1.14

0.1709
285.86
1.16

0.1709
286.26
0.73

0.1709
286.26
0.74

0.1709
286.48
0.54

0.1709
286.47
0.54

0.1709
286.66
0.34

0.1709
286.66
0.35

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1766
290.07
1.51

0.1766
290.07
1.54

0.1766
290.07
1.50

0.1766
291.17
0.74

0.1766
291.17
0.73

0.1766
291.38
0.65

0.1766
291.38
0.65

0.1766
289.67
1.75

0.1766
289.67
1.72

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1766
289.46
1.93

0.1766
289.46
1.90

0.1766
288.76
2.41

0.1766
288.76
2.43

0.1766
288.67
2.68

0.1986
286.67
3.10

0.1986
286.66
3.10

0.1986
287.17
2.65

0.1986
287.17
2.67

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1986
287.66
2.25

0.1986
287.66
2.25

0.1986
287.66
2.25

0.1986
288.17
1.82

0.1986
288.17
1.83

0.1986
288.67
1.39

0.1986
288.67
1.41

0.1986
288.97
1.19

0.1986
288.97
1.16

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1986
289.97
0.46

0.1986
289.97
0.46

0.1986
290.27
0.22

0.1986
290.27
0.23

0.2076
281.66
2.93

0.2076
282.16
2.55

0.2076
282.67
2.18

0.2076
283.16
1.80

0.2076
283.16
1.75

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2076
284.68
0.43

0.2225
290.67
2.96

0.2225
290.68
3.02

0.2225
291.17
2.64

0.2225
291.18
2.64

0.2225
291.66
2.24

0.2225
291.66
2.23

0.2225
292.17
1.90

0.2225
292.17
1.88

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2225
292.67
1.54

0.2225
292.67
1.56

0.2225
293.16
1.23

0.2225
293.16
1.24

0.2225
294.16
0.58

0.2225
294.16
0.59

0.2225
294.67
0.29

0.2225
294.68
0.29

0.2329
286.17
2.82

continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2329
286.17
2.83

0.2329
286.66
2.38

0.2329
287.17
1.99

0.2329
287.66
1.65

0.2329
287.66
1.63

0.2329
287.67
1.63

0.2329
287.66
1.62

0.2329
288.17
1.29

0.2329
288.17
1.28

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2329
288.17
1.26

0.2329
289.16
0.62

0.2329
289.16
0.62

0.2329
289.57
0.30

0.2329
289.57
0.30

0.2329
289.77
0.17

0.2631
285.68
3.08

0.2631
286.17
2.70

0.2631
286.17
2.71

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2631
286.66
2.33

0.2631
286.66
2.31

0.2631
286.66
2.31

0.2631
287.17
1.95

0.2631
287.17
1.94

0.2631
287.67
1.53

0.2631
287.67
1.52

0.2631
288.17
1.15

0.2631
288.17
1.13

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2631
288.67
0.77

0.2631
288.67
0.78

0.2631
289.16
0.43

0.2631
289.16
0.43

0.3363
284.17
2.97

0.3363
284.17
2.96

0.3363
284.68
2.52

0.3363
284.68
2.52

0.3363
285.17
2.11

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3363
285.17
2.10

0.3363
285.68
1.61

0.3363
285.68
1.61

0.3363
286.17
1.27

0.3363
286.17
1.28

0.3363
286.66
0.87

0.3363
286.66
0.88

0.3363
287.17
0.49

0.3363
287.17
0.50

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1090
276.17
2.77

0.1090
276.18
2.81

0.1090
276.17
2.78

0.1090
276.67
2.40

0.1090
276.67
2.41

0.1090
277.17
1.89

0.1090
277.18
1.90

0.1090
277.18
1.92

0.1090
277.67
1.44

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1090
277.67
1.46

0.1090
277.67
1.45

0.1090
278.47
0.70

0.1090
278.48
0.65

0.1090
278.67
0.53

0.1090
278.66
0.51

0.1090
278.97
0.22

0.1090
278.97
0.19

0.1374
281.66
2.51

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1374
281.66
2.51

0.1374
281.66
2.51

0.1374
282.16
2.12

0.1374
282.16
2.09

0.1374
282.16
2.10

0.1374
282.16
2.12

0.1374
282.66
1.68

0.1374
282.66
1.66

0.1374
282.66
1.67

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1374
283.16
1.21

0.1374
283.16
1.21

0.1374
283.16
1.23

0.1374
283.97
0.47

0.1374
283.97
0.50

0.1374
284.16
0.34

0.1374
284.16
0.35

0.1374
284.32
0.18

0.1709
284.16
2.83

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1709
284.16
2.84

0.1709
284.16
2.82

0.1709
284.67
2.28

0.1709
284.67
2.28

0.1709
284.67
2.29

0.1709
285.17
1.74

0.1709
285.16
1.76

0.1709
285.17
1.77

0.1709
285.67
1.24

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1709
285.67
1.21

0.1709
285.87
1.00

0.1709
285.86
1.01

0.1709
286.26
0.62

0.1709
286.26
0.63

0.1709
286.48
0.42

0.1709
286.47
0.41

0.1709
286.66
0.21

0.1709
286.66
0.22

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1766
290.07
1.33

0.1766
290.07
1.40

0.1766
290.07
1.32

0.1766
291.17
0.57

0.1766
291.17
0.60

0.1766
291.38
0.53

0.1766
291.38
0.50

0.1766
289.67
1.61

0.1766
289.67
1.61

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1766
289.46
1.80

0.1766
289.46
1.76

0.1766
288.76
2.25

0.1766
288.76
2.24

0.1766
288.67
2.49

0.1986
286.67
2.96

0.1986
286.66
2.97

0.1986
287.17
2.48

0.1986
287.17
2.51

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1986
287.66
2.10

0.1986
287.66
2.12

0.1986
287.66
2.13

0.1986
288.17
1.71

0.1986
288.17
1.69

0.1986
288.67
1.28

0.1986
288.67
1.28

0.1986
288.97
1.05

0.1986
288.97
1.02
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1986
289.97
0.33

0.1986
289.97
0.34

0.1986
290.27
0.09

0.1986
290.27
0.10

0.2076
281.66
2.85

0.2076
282.16
2.43

0.2076
282.67
2.06

0.2076
283.16
1.65

0.2076
283.16
1.60

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2076
284.68
0.32

0.2225
290.67
2.91

0.2225
290.68
2.93

0.2225
291.17
2.55

0.2225
291.18
2.55

0.2225
291.66
2.15

0.2225
291.66
2.15

0.2225
292.17
1.80

0.2225
292.17
1.81

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2225
292.67
1.50

0.2225
292.67
1.52

0.2225
293.16
1.16

0.2225
293.16
1.19

0.2225
294.16
0.52

0.2225
294.16
0.53

0.2225
294.67
0.22

0.2225
294.68
0.22

0.2329
286.17
2.71

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2329
286.17
2.72

0.2329
286.66
2.27

0.2329
287.17
1.91

0.2329
287.66
1.58

0.2329
287.66
1.57

0.2329
287.67
1.56

0.2329
287.66
1.53

0.2329
288.17
1.22

0.2329
288.17
1.19

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2329
288.17
1.18

0.2329
289.16
0.57

0.2329
289.16
0.54

0.2329
289.57
0.25

0.2329
289.57
0.25

0.2329
289.77
0.10

0.2631
285.68
2.98

0.2631
286.17
2.59

0.2631
286.17
2.60

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2631
286.66
2.26

0.2631
286.66
2.22

0.2631
286.66
2.20

0.2631
287.17
1.84

0.2631
287.17
1.84

0.2631
287.67
1.42

0.2631
287.67
1.42

0.2631
288.17
1.01

0.2631
288.17
1.03

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2631
288.67
0.73

0.2631
288.67
0.70

0.2631
289.16
0.33

0.2631
289.16
0.37

0.3363
284.17
2.88

0.3363
284.17
2.90

0.3363
284.68
2.43

0.3363
284.68
2.45

0.3363
285.17
2.02

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3363
285.17
2.02

0.3363
285.68
1.54

0.3363
285.68
1.53

0.3363
286.17
1.18

0.3363
286.17
1.20

0.3363
286.66
0.79

0.3363
286.66
0.79

0.3363
287.17
0.41

0.3363
287.17
0.42

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 3.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 3.25,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
acetaldehyde
C2H4O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1997DES

75-07-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0736
286.16
4.32

0.0736
286.65
3.91

0.0736
287.16
3.51

0.0736
287.65
3.10

0.0736
288.66
2.33

0.0736
289.66
1.64

0.0736
290.15
1.30

0.0736
290.67
0.96

0.0736
290.86
0.84

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0736
291.16
0.67

0.0736
291.46
0.46

0.0736
291.76
0.26

0.0892
294.68
3.25

0.0892
295.17
3.01

0.0892
295.67
2.72

0.0892
296.67
2.19

0.0892
296.67
2.20

0.0892
297.16
1.87

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0892
297.65
1.60

0.0892
298.16
1.35

0.0892
299.15
0.83

0.0892
299.56
0.62

0.0892
299.76
0.52

0.1058
297.25
0.15

0.1058
297.05
0.26

0.1058
296.96
0.31

0.1058
296.85
0.36

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1058
296.76
0.41

0.1058
296.66
0.47

0.1058
296.56
0.53

0.1058
296.45
0.59

0.1058
296.35
0.63

0.1058
295.17
1.27

0.1058
294.16
1.86

0.1058
293.16
2.47

0.1058
292.17
3.05
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1058
291.66
3.40

0.1058
291.15
3.78

0.1184
295.66
3.34

0.1184
296.17
3.02

0.1184
296.66
2.74

0.1184
297.66
2.19

0.1184
298.16
1.92

0.1184
299.15
1.40

0.1184
299.66
1.17

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1184
300.65
0.65

0.1184
301.15
0.48

0.1184
301.34
0.40

0.1184
301.56
0.29

0.1184
301.75
0.24

0.1184
301.95
0.16

0.1415
309.14
4.18

0.1415
309.14
4.20

0.1415
309.65
3.95

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1415
310.14
3.71

0.1415
312.15
3.00

0.1415
314.14
2.38

0.1415
317.14
1.60

0.1415
318.65
1.21

0.1415
320.63
0.81

0.1415
321.63
0.60

0.1415
322.63
0.44

0.1415
323.63
0.29

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1415
324.14
0.23

0.1561
315.64
4.03

0.1561
316.64
3.72

0.1561
317.64
3.38

0.1561
318.65
3.10

0.1561
320.63
2.57

0.1561
323.12
2.00

0.1561
326.14
1.43

0.1561
327.63
1.21

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1561
330.62
0.80

0.1561
331.62
0.70

0.1561
333.11
0.57

0.1561
334.12
0.46

0.1561
335.12
0.41

0.1654
314.64
3.80

0.1654
315.64
3.45

0.1654
316.64
3.20

0.1654
317.65
2.93

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1654
318.65
2.62

0.1654
320.63
2.13

0.1654
322.63
1.72

0.1654
325.14
1.28

0.1654
328.63
0.80

0.1654
329.62
0.70

0.1654
330.63
0.57

0.1654
331.63
0.48

0.1654
333.12
0.35

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1654
334.22
0.25

0.1654
334.71
0.23

0.1676
289.85
4.08

0.1676
290.67
3.52

0.1676
291.16
3.19

0.1676
292.17
2.55

0.1676
293.16
1.96

0.1676
294.16
1.40

0.1676
294.37
1.26

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1676
295.46
0.69

0.1676
295.56
0.64

0.1676
295.75
0.53

0.1676
295.96
0.45

0.1676
296.17
0.32

0.1676
296.35
0.23

0.1676
296.56
0.13

0.1702
275.17
4.11

0.1702
275.66
3.43

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1702
276.17
2.90

0.1702
277.17
1.89

0.1702
277.66
1.39

0.1702
277.76
1.30

0.1702
278.26
0.84

0.1702
278.47
0.65

0.1702
278.66
0.50

0.1702
278.76
0.40

0.1702
278.87
0.32

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1702
278.96
0.25

0.1786
270.17
4.56

0.1786
270.68
3.95

0.1786
271.17
3.33

0.1786
271.67
2.74

0.1786
272.67
1.66

0.1786
273.06
1.24

0.1786
273.67
0.65

0.1786
273.76
0.55

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1786
273.87
0.42

0.1786
273.97
0.32

0.1786
274.06
0.21

0.1932
282.15
4.11

0.1932
283.15
3.27

0.1932
284.15
2.45

0.1932
284.67
2.06

0.1932
285.16
1.68

0.1932
285.67
1.32

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1932
286.46
0.72

0.1932
286.66
0.60

0.1932
287.07
0.33

0.1932
287.16
0.27

0.1932
287.35
0.14

0.1932
287.46
0.08

0.2069
312.64
4.35

0.2069
313.13
4.18

0.2069
314.13
3.84

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2069
315.64
3.26

0.2069
317.13
2.81

0.2069
319.14
2.21

0.2069
321.13
1.71

0.2069
323.13
1.26

0.2069
325.64
0.78

0.2069
326.64
0.60

0.2069
327.32
0.49

0.2069
327.93
0.40

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2069
328.43
0.33

0.2253
316.91
4.12

0.2253
317.64
3.89

0.2253
318.65
3.58

0.2253
320.63
3.02

0.2253
323.13
2.41

0.2253
325.64
1.88

0.2253
328.13
1.46

0.2253
329.63
1.20
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2253
333.12
0.78

0.2253
334.11
0.67

0.2253
335.61
0.55

0.2253
337.62
0.39

0.2253
339.10
0.30

0.2253
340.10
0.22

0.2253
341.10
0.17

0.2461
316.14
3.89

0.2461
317.14
3.58

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2461
318.13
3.30

0.2461
320.14
2.76

0.2461
322.13
2.29

0.2461
325.14
1.70

0.2461
328.13
1.23

0.2461
331.62
0.79

0.2461
333.12
0.64

0.2461
334.12
0.55

0.2461
335.12
0.45

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2461
337.12
0.34

0.3196
316.64
4.55

0.3196
317.14
4.35

0.3196
318.13
4.02

0.3196
320.13
3.43

0.3196
322.13
2.90

0.3196
324.14
2.44

0.3196
327.13
1.85

0.3196
330.12
1.37

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3196
333.62
0.92

0.3196
336.12
0.69

0.3196
338.12
0.54

0.3196
340.10
0.39

0.3196
341.10
0.32

0.3196
342.10
0.27

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0736
286.16
4.18

0.0736
286.65
3.79

0.0736
287.16
3.37

0.0736
287.65
3.02

0.0736
288.66
2.27

0.0736
289.66
1.56

0.0736
290.15
1.23

0.0736
290.86
0.79

0.0736
291.16
0.56

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0736
291.46
0.38

0.0736
291.76
0.19

0.1058
297.25
0.06

0.1058
297.05
0.19

0.1058
296.96
0.21

0.1058
296.85
0.26

0.1058
296.76
0.30

0.1058
296.66
0.35

0.1058
296.45
0.52

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1058
295.17
1.12

0.1058
294.16
1.75

0.1058
293.16
2.39

0.1058
292.18
2.90

0.1058
291.66
3.25

0.1058
291.15
3.63

0.1415
309.14
3.94

0.1415
309.65
3.74

0.1415
310.14
3.63

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1415
312.15
2.88

0.1415
314.14
2.30

0.1415
317.14
1.50

0.1415
318.64
1.14

0.1415
321.63
0.50

0.1415
322.63
0.34

0.1415
323.63
0.19

0.1415
324.14
0.15

0.1561
315.64
3.90

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1561
316.64
3.57

0.1561
317.64
3.28

0.1561
318.65
2.96

0.1561
320.63
2.49

0.1561
323.12
1.94

0.1561
326.14
1.32

0.1561
327.63
1.14

0.1561
330.62
0.76

0.1561
333.11
0.50

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1561
334.12
0.36

0.1561
335.12
0.28

0.1654
314.64
3.69

0.1654
315.65
3.40

0.1654
316.64
3.12

0.1654
317.65
2.81

0.1654
318.66
2.59

0.1654
320.63
2.04

0.1654
322.63
1.66

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1654
325.14
1.23

0.1654
329.62
0.68

0.1654
330.63
0.53

0.1654
331.63
0.43

0.1654
333.12
0.27

0.1654
334.22
0.19

0.1654
334.71
0.17

0.1676
289.85
3.95

0.1676
290.67
3.33

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1676
291.16
3.13

0.1676
292.17
2.49

0.1676
293.16
1.89

0.1676
294.16
1.29

0.1676
294.37
1.18

0.1676
295.46
0.63

0.1676
295.56
0.58

0.1676
295.75
0.48

0.1676
295.96
0.35

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1676
296.17
0.24

0.1676
296.35
0.11

0.1702
275.17
3.95

0.1702
275.66
3.32

0.1702
276.17
2.76

0.1702
277.17
1.76

0.1702
277.66
1.30

0.1702
277.76
1.22

0.1702
278.26
0.75

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1702
278.47
0.53

0.1702
278.66
0.38

0.1702
278.76
0.29

0.1702
278.87
0.22

0.1702
278.96
0.18

0.1786
270.17
4.47

0.1786
270.68
3.86

0.1786
271.17
3.20

0.1786
271.67
2.63
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1786
272.67
1.52

0.1786
273.06
1.16

0.1786
273.67
0.54

0.1786
273.76
0.41

0.1786
273.87
0.35

0.1786
273.97
0.23

0.1786
274.06
0.15

0.1932
282.15
3.95

0.1932
283.15
3.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1932
284.16
2.31

0.1932
284.67
1.95

0.1932
285.16
1.51

0.1932
285.67
1.18

0.1932
286.66
0.48

0.1932
287.07
0.20

0.1932
287.16
0.14

0.1932
287.35
0.03

0.2069
312.64
4.27

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2069
313.13
4.08

0.2069
314.13
3.73

0.2069
315.64
3.19

0.2069
317.14
2.71

0.2069
319.14
2.16

0.2069
321.13
1.63

0.2069
323.13
1.16

0.2069
325.64
0.71

0.2069
326.64
0.56

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2069
327.32
0.45

0.2069
327.93
0.32

0.2069
328.43
0.25

0.2253
316.90
4.05

0.2253
317.64
3.81

0.2253
318.65
3.51

0.2253
320.63
2.95

0.2253
323.13
2.34

0.2253
325.64
1.82

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2253
328.13
1.38

0.2253
329.63
1.14

0.2253
333.12
0.73

0.2253
334.11
0.62

0.2253
335.61
0.46

0.2253
337.62
0.32

0.2253
339.10
0.23

0.2253
340.10
0.18

0.2253
341.10
0.11

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2461
316.14
3.69

0.2461
317.14
3.43

0.2461
318.13
3.19

0.2461
320.14
2.66

0.2461
322.13
2.12

0.2461
325.14
1.55

0.2461
328.13
1.13

0.2461
331.62
0.64

0.2461
333.12
0.51

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2461
334.12
0.37

0.2461
335.12
0.28

0.2461
337.12
0.19

0.3196
316.64
4.45

0.3196
317.14
4.25

0.3196
318.13
3.93

0.3196
320.13
3.35

0.3196
322.13
2.82

0.3196
324.14
2.33

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3196
327.13
1.77

0.3196
330.12
1.29

0.3196
333.62
0.90

0.3196
336.12
0.63

0.3196
338.12
0.47

0.3196
340.10
0.33

0.3196
341.10
0.25

0.3196
342.10
0.17

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 4.0, Mw/kg.mol1 = 4.14,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
acetaldehyde
C2H4O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1997DES, 1997REB

75-07-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0563
268.07
4.94

0.0563
268.65
4.34

0.0563
269.16
3.68

0.0563
270.19
2.33

0.0563
270.95
1.60

0.0563
271.55
0.93

0.0563
272.07
0.53

0.0563
272.57
0.10

0.0563
428.05
5.29

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0563
427.05
4.37

0.0563
426.23
3.41

0.0703
293.61
5.58

0.0703
295.21
4.80

0.0703
298.19
3.19

0.0703
300.63
2.11

0.0703
302.21
1.59

0.0703
302.79
1.26

0.0703
304.31
0.80

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0703
304.59
0.71

0.0703
305.19
0.55

0.0703
305.47
0.40

0.0703
306.02
0.28

0.0985
323.61
4.22

0.0985
326.12
3.65

0.0985
328.65
3.18

0.0985
332.09
2.70

0.0985
337.08
2.14

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0985
342.07
1.89

0.0985
348.10
1.78

0.0985
353.13
1.81

0.0985
356.60
1.92

0.0985
361.59
2.01

0.0985
363.61
2.08

0.0985
368.08
2.46

0.0985
371.12
2.64

0.0985
375.11
3.07
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0985
380.13
3.58

0.0985
385.12
4.04

0.1115
281.66
4.39

0.1115
282.62
3.63

0.1115
283.73
2.81

0.1115
284.70
2.04

0.1115
285.47
1.50

0.1115
286.57
0.68

0.1115
286.72
0.56

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1115
287.02
0.41

0.1115
287.20
0.27

0.1115
413.23
4.27

0.1115
412.69
3.64

0.1115
412.22
3.11

0.1115
411.75
2.54

0.1115
411.11
2.09

0.1253
278.68
5.64

0.1253
279.57
4.77

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1253
280.74
3.75

0.1253
281.75
2.91

0.1253
282.75
2.08

0.1253
283.68
1.35

0.1253
284.14
0.99

0.1253
284.45
0.74

0.1253
284.74
0.53

0.1253
285.01
0.29

0.1253
285.19
0.24

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1253
414.25
4.05

0.1253
413.66
3.44

0.1253
413.54
3.00

0.1253
413.22
2.53

0.1253
412.84
2.18

0.1419
280.17
5.80

0.1419
281.19
4.83

0.1419
282.17
3.87

0.1419
283.17
3.12

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1419
284.18
2.35

0.1419
285.07
1.59

0.1419
285.66
1.24

0.1419
286.27
0.89

0.1419
286.61
0.63

0.1419
286.76
0.48

0.1419
287.19
0.22

0.1419
415.13
4.39

0.1419
414.13
3.79

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1419
413.15
3.14

0.1419
412.56
2.61

0.1419
412.19
2.21

0.1630
306.08
4.78

0.1630
307.09
4.37

0.1630
309.15
3.65

0.1630
311.05
2.98

0.1630
313.14
2.40

0.1630
315.11
1.87

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1630
317.14
1.37

0.1630
319.62
0.87

0.1630
320.63
0.70

0.1630
322.11
0.51

0.1630
323.53
0.26

0.1630
324.20
0.17

0.1630
389.62
4.88

0.1630
389.12
4.58

0.1630
387.11
4.01

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1630
385.11
3.51

0.1630
383.10
2.97

0.1630
380.16
2.26

0.1630
377.14
1.53

0.1630
376.08
1.19

0.1700
305.02
4.70

0.1700
306.15
4.29

0.1700
308.10
3.49

0.1700
310.09
2.80

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1700
312.03
2.13

0.1700
313.95
1.56

0.1700
315.22
1.34

0.1700
317.02
0.89

0.1700
317.99
0.69

0.1700
319.10
0.50

0.1700
319.93
0.34

0.1700
320.64
0.20

0.1700
391.13
4.85

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1700
390.20
4.48

0.1700
388.18
3.98

0.1700
386.15
3.49

0.1700
384.19
3.05

0.1700
382.15
2.61

0.1700
380.18
2.11

0.1700
378.10
1.66

0.1700
376.09
1.23

0.1731
304.18
4.74

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1731
305.13
4.27

0.1731
307.02
3.50

0.1731
308.99
2.83

0.1731
311.12
2.21

0.1731
313.02
1.61

0.1731
314.13
1.38

0.1731
316.57
0.79

0.1731
317.06
0.67

0.1731
318.07
0.45

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1731
305.13
4.19

0.1731
307.02
3.44

0.1731
308.99
2.74

0.1731
311.12
2.10

0.1731
313.02
1.53

0.1731
314.13
1.33

0.1731
316.57
0.72

0.1731
317.06
0.60

0.1731
318.07
0.37

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1731
318.62
0.33

0.1731
319.03
0.25

0.1870
306.14
4.91

0.1870
308.19
4.09

0.1870
310.02
3.41

0.1870
312.12
2.77

0.1870
314.16
2.20

0.1870
316.11
1.71

0.1870
318.15
1.28

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1870
320.59
0.79

0.1870
322.07
0.52

0.1870
323.99
0.28

0.1870
393.13
5.35

0.1870
391.16
4.76

0.1870
389.13
4.21

0.1870
386.15
3.46

0.1870
383.14
2.77

0.1870
380.09
2.10
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1870
377.14
1.43

0.2201
303.08
4.91

0.2201
305.14
4.08

0.2201
307.11
3.30

0.2201
309.12
2.59

0.2201
311.16
1.94

0.2201
313.18
1.36

0.2201
315.18
0.88

0.2201
316.18
0.65

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2201
317.31
0.45

0.2201
318.23
0.23

0.2201
393.15
4.98

0.2201
391.12
4.41

0.2201
389.19
3.91

0.2201
386.15
3.22

0.2201
383.13
2.56

0.2201
380.11
1.93

0.2201
377.13
1.31

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2201
317.31
0.36

0.2201
318.23
0.16

0.2201
393.15
4.79

0.2201
391.12
4.29

0.2201
389.19
3.75

0.2201
386.15
3.13

0.2201
383.13
2.44

0.2201
380.11
1.76

0.2201
377.13
1.15

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0563
268.07
4.85

0.0563
268.65
4.24

0.0563
269.16
3.59

0.0563
270.19
2.25

0.0563
270.95
1.54

0.0563
271.55
0.89

0.0563
272.07
0.47

0.0563
272.57
0.03

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0563
427.05
4.30

0.0563
426.23
3.36

0.0703
293.61
5.53

0.0703
295.21
4.74

0.0703
298.19
3.10

0.0703
300.63
2.05

0.0703
302.21
1.51

0.0703
302.79
1.18

0.0703
304.31
0.77

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0703
304.59
0.65

0.0703
305.19
0.49

0.0703
305.47
0.34

0.0703
306.02
0.21

0.0985
323.61
4.13

0.0985
326.12
3.56

0.0985
328.65
3.09

0.0985
332.09
2.64

0.0985
337.08
2.10

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0985
342.07
1.85

0.0985
348.10
1.71

0.0985
353.13
1.76

0.0985
356.60
1.90

0.0985
361.59
1.96

0.0985
363.61
2.05

0.0985
368.08
2.38

0.0985
371.12
2.61

0.0985
375.11
3.02

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0985
380.13
3.56

0.0985
385.12
3.99

0.1115
281.66
4.28

0.1115
282.62
3.54

0.1115
283.73
2.71

0.1115
284.70
1.93

0.1115
285.47
1.41

0.1115
286.57
0.60

0.1115
286.72
0.47

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1115
287.02
0.39

0.1115
287.20
0.21

0.1115
413.23
4.25

0.1115
412.69
3.61

0.1115
412.22
3.04

0.1115
411.75
2.50

0.1115
411.11
2.06

0.1253
278.68
5.48

0.1253
279.57
4.67

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1253
280.74
3.61

0.1253
281.75
2.79

0.1253
282.75
1.95

0.1253
283.68
1.25

0.1253
284.14
0.92

0.1253
284.45
0.66

0.1253
284.74
0.46

0.1253
285.01
0.21

0.1253
285.19
0.17

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1253
414.25
3.94

0.1253
413.66
3.37

0.1253
413.54
2.91

0.1253
413.22
2.41

0.1253
412.84
2.07

0.1419
280.17
5.68

0.1419
281.19
4.76

0.1419
282.17
3.80

0.1419
283.17
3.03

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1419
284.18
2.28

0.1419
285.07
1.52

0.1419
285.66
1.13

0.1419
286.27
0.78

0.1419
286.61
0.58

0.1419
286.76
0.42

0.1419
287.19
0.16

0.1419
415.13
4.34

0.1419
414.13
3.74

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1419
413.15
3.08

0.1419
412.56
2.53

0.1419
412.19
2.17

0.1630
306.08
4.69

0.1630
307.09
4.29

0.1630
309.15
3.57

0.1630
311.05
2.91

0.1630
313.14
2.33

0.1630
315.11
1.77

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1630
317.14
1.32

0.1630
319.62
0.82

0.1630
320.63
0.64

0.1630
322.11
0.44

0.1630
323.53
0.19

0.1630
324.20
0.11

0.1630
389.62
4.79

0.1630
389.12
4.49

0.1630
387.11
3.97
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1630
385.11
3.47

0.1630
383.10
2.91

0.1630
380.16
2.23

0.1630
377.14
1.48

0.1630
376.08
1.15

0.1700
305.02
4.62

0.1700
306.15
4.19

0.1700
308.10
3.39

0.1700
310.09
2.70

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1700
312.03
2.07

0.1700
313.95
1.50

0.1700
315.22
1.28

0.1700
317.02
0.85

0.1700
317.99
0.64

0.1700
319.10
0.45

0.1700
319.93
0.27

0.1700
320.64
0.14

0.1700
391.13
4.78

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1700
390.20
4.45

0.1700
388.18
3.93

0.1700
386.15
3.42

0.1700
384.19
3.00

0.1700
382.15
2.55

0.1700
380.18
2.08

0.1700
378.10
1.62

0.1700
376.09
1.19

0.1731
304.18
4.62

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1731
305.13
4.19

0.1731
307.02
3.44

0.1731
308.99
2.74

0.1731
311.12
2.10

0.1731
313.02
1.53

0.1731
314.13
1.33

0.1731
316.57
0.72

0.1731
317.06
0.60

0.1731
318.07
0.37

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1731
318.62
0.27

0.1731
319.03
0.18

0.1870
306.14
4.84

0.1870
308.19
4.01

0.1870
310.02
3.33

0.1870
312.12
2.68

0.1870
314.16
2.14

0.1870
316.11
1.67

0.1870
318.15
1.22

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1870
320.59
0.75

0.1870
322.07
0.47

0.1870
323.99
0.23

0.1870
393.13
5.30

0.1870
391.16
4.72

0.1870
389.13
4.14

0.1870
386.15
3.43

0.1870
383.14
2.70

0.1870
380.09
2.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1870
377.14
1.38

0.2201
303.08
4.77

0.2201
305.14
3.95

0.2201
307.11
3.22

0.2201
309.12
2.50

0.2201
311.16
1.89

0.2201
313.18
1.29

0.2201
315.18
0.81

0.2201
316.18
0.58

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 545.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 600,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
cyclohexane
C6H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

110-82-7

cloud points (UCST behavior)

wB

0.060

was kept constant at the critical concentration

T/K
P/bar

301.34
1

301.11
37

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

300.95
88

300.96
152

301.12
187

301.43
260

301.68
300

polystyrene
1999BUN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 93, Mw/kg.mol1 = 101.4, Mz/kg.mol1 = 111.9,
BASF AG, Germany
110-82-7
cyclohexane
C6H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1981WOL

cloud points

wB

0.114

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

496.35
20.6

498.35
23.5

501.45
27.6

505.45
33.9

511.05
43.6

515.15
51.0

522.45
61.0

530.95
74.0
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Type of data:

coexistence data

T/K = 530.95
Total feed concentration of the homogeneous system before demixing: wB = 0.1138.

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P/
wB
wB
bar
gel phase
sol phase
___________________________________________________________________
74.0
63.8
55.5
41.9
32.0

0.1138
0.0184
0.0073

0.2553
0.2749
0.3500
0.3600

(cloud point)

___________________________________________________________________
Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
2002HOR
Mn/kg.mol1 = 93, Mw/kg.mol1 = 101.4, Mz/kg.mol1 = 111.9,
BASF AG, Germany
cyclohexane
C6H12
110-82-7

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.107

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

496.09
24

498.61
26

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

503.56
34

506.14
38

508.65
41

511.10
44

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 135, Mw/kg.mol1 = 270,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
trans-decalin
C10H18

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

501.22
32

513.56
48

516.10
51

2003JI1, 2004JIA

493-02-7

cloud points (UCST behavior)

B
T/K
P/bar

0.042
279.0
1

0.084
282.0
1

0.128
284.9
1

0.172
284.0
1

0.216
273.0
1

0.042
279.7
100

0.084
283.0
100

0.128
285.5
100

0.172
284.3
100

B
T/K
P/bar

0.216
274.8
100

0.042
280.7
200

0.084
283.7
200

0.128
286.1
200

0.172
284.9
200

0.216
275.9
200

0.042
281.5
300

0.084
284.4
300

0.128
286.6
300

B
T/K
P/bar

0.172
285.5
300

0.216
277.0
300

0.042
282.3
400

0.084
285.1
400

0.128
287.2
400

0.172
286.1
400

0.216
278.1
400

0.042
283.2
500

0.084
285.7
500
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B
T/K
P/bar

0.128
287.8
500

0.172
286.7
500

0.216
279.2
500

0.042
284.0
600

0.084
286.5
600

0.128
288.4
600

0.172
287.3
600

0.216
280.3
600

0.042
284.8
700

B
T/K
P/bar

0.084
287.1
700

0.128
289.0
700

0.172
287.9
700

0.216
281.5
700

0.042
285.7
800

0.084
287.8
800

0.128
289.6
800

0.172
288.5
800

0.216
282.6
800

Comments:

The volume fractions were determined at 1 bar.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

B = 0.1578

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

Solvent (A):

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95-92-1

(dT/dP)P=1/K.atm1 = 0.0045

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 100, Mw/kg.mol1 = 110,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
diethyl oxalate
C6H10O4

B = 0.0927

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

T/K = 309.96

1986SAE

1986SAE

95-92-1

cloud points (UCST behavior)

T/K = 292.59

Type of data:

(dT/dP)P=1/K.atm1 = +0.00126

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 47.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 50.0,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
diethyl oxalate
C6H10O4

B = 0.1302

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Solvent (A):

95-92-1

cloud points (UCST behavior)

T/K = 280.05

Type of data:

1986SAE

cloud points (UCST behavior)

T/K = 261.96

Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 15.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 16.7,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
diethyl oxalate
C6H10O4

(dT/dP)P=1/K.atm1 = 0.0105

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 545.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 600,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
diethyl oxalate
C6H10O4

cloud points (UCST behavior)

B = 0.0427

(dT/dP)P=1/K.atm1 = 0.019

1986SAE

95-92-1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 6.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 7.8,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
C3D6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.072
0.060
277.63
1.70

0.072
0.060
276.60
1.63

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.090
0.075
280.95
1.25

0.090
0.075
280.48
1.28

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.090
0.075
279.73
1.35

0.110
0.092
283.30
1.23

0.162
0.137
286.50
1.27

0.293
0.253
284.01
1.26

0.162
0.137
286.85
1.26

0.140
0.115
284.14
1.29

0.220
0.185
283.23
1.29

0.240
0.203
283.02
1.32

0.140
0.115
284.00
1.43

0.220
0.185
283.23
1.29

0.240
0.203
282.93
1.37

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
C3D6O

Solvent (A):

0.101
328.09
2.33

0.149
0.125
286.75
1.25

0.293
0.253
284.72
1.31

1992SZY

666-52-4

spinodal points

wB
B =
T/K
(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.130
0.109
286.07
1.27

cloud points

wB
B =
T/K
(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1

Type of data:

0.110
0.092
284.58
1.30

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 10.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 11.5,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
C3D6O

Solvent (A):

Type of data:

0.090
0.075
281.52
1.40

spinodal points

wB
B =
T/K
(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1

Type of data:

666-52-4

cloud points

wB
B =
T/K
(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1
Type of data:

1992SZY

1995LUS

666-52-4

cloud points
0.101
332.09
1.65

0.101
334.55
1.05

0.101
336.41
0.81

0.101
337.92
0.56

0.101
339.34
0.45

0.101
380.82
1.34

0.101
379.15
0.92

0.114
331.96
2.25
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.114
334.66
1.72

0.114
337.41
1.43

0.114
340.13
1.04

0.114
342.71
0.92

0.114
378.77
1.22

0.114
380.57
1.39

0.114
371.78
0.93

0.114
374.31
1.01

0.123
332.14
2.67

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.123
333.44
2.35

0.123
337.59
1.64

0.123
341.36
1.27

0.123
344.53
1.11

0.123
346.66
0.86

0.123
350.05
0.85

0.123
352.68
0.90

0.123
358.35
1.31

0.123
364.62
1.78

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.123
368.55
2.46

0.131
334.51
2.20

0.131
339.31
1.59

0.131
343.41
1.18

0.131
345.83
1.13

0.131
351.16
0.84

0.131
356.50
0.82

0.131
358.36
0.91

0.131
363.62
1.06

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.131
366.71
1.08

0.131
369.29
1.28

0.131
372.79
1.68

0.147
332.28
2.48

0.147
336.35
1.81

0.147
340.25
1.25

0.147
344.21
1.01

0.147
345.44
0.84

0.147
348.79
0.72

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.147
351.74
0.51

0.147
352.11
0.49

0.147
354.97
0.45

0.147
358.01
0.45

0.147
363.66
0.53

0.147
367.13
0.71

0.147
371.58
0.92

0.163
336.06
1.77

0.163
338.37
1.45

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.163
341.10
1.09

0.163
345.26
0.74

0.163
347.69
0.59

0.163
352.92
0.39

0.163
358.34
0.37

0.163
362.11
0.41

0.163
366.28
0.51

0.163
368.08
0.59

0.194
337.28
1.54

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.194
341.73
1.05

0.194
340.81
1.12

0.194
344.61
0.75

0.194
344.60
0.76

0.194
342.87
0.88

0.194
339.09
1.31

0.194
333.17
2.24

0.204
330.56
2.77

0.204
333.13
2.24

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.204
333.13
2.23

0.204
338.53
1.38

0.204
341.31
1.11

0.204
346.48
0.66

0.204
349.67
0.49

0.204
355.46
0.32

0.204
358.33
0.33

0.204
362.83
0.40

0.204
365.49
0.49

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.204
369.33
0.68

0.204
372.62
0.88

0.204
379.32
1.39

0.229
329.85
2.49

0.229
332.52
2.01

0.229
335.22
1.54

0.229
340.82
0.83

0.229
343.52
0.58

0.229
346.05
0.39

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.229
348.33
0.26

0.229
370.51
0.55

0.229
372.95
0.69

0.229
376.66
0.97

0.229
379.86
1.23

0.229
384.97
1.72

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.101
328.09
1.25

0.101
332.09
0.73

0.101
334.55
0.25

0.101
336.41
0.45

0.101
337.92
0.52

0.101
339.34
0.81

0.101
380.82
0.34

0.101
379.15
0.01

0.114
331.96
1.55

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.114
334.66
0.85

0.114
337.41
0.64

0.114
340.13
0.06

0.114
342.71
0.13

0.114
378.77
0.58

0.114
380.57
0.70

0.114
371.78
0.24

0.114
374.31
0.29

0.123
332.14
0.79

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.123
333.44
0.54

0.123
337.59
0.29

0.123
341.36
0.04

0.123
344.53
0.005

0.123
346.66
0.18

0.123
350.05
0.11

0.123
352.68
0.04

0.123
358.35
0.35

0.123
364.62
0.74

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.123
368.55
1.06

0.131
334.51
1.65

0.131
339.31
1.11

0.131
343.41
0.68

0.131
345.83
0.48

0.131
351.16
0.24

0.131
356.50
0.006

0.131
358.36
0.03

0.131
363.62
0.04
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.131
366.71
0.17

0.131
369.29
0.47

0.131
372.79
0.36

0.147
332.28
2.08

0.147
336.35
1.07

0.147
340.25
0.64

0.147
344.21
0.16

0.147
345.44
0.51

0.147
348.79
0.47

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.147
351.74
0.31

0.147
352.11
0.13

0.147
354.97
0.17

0.147
358.01
0.29

0.147
363.66
0.37

0.147
367.13
0.55

0.147
371.58
0.13

0.163
336.06
1.44

0.163
338.37
1.18

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.163
341.10
0.74

0.163
345.26
0.47

0.163
347.69
0.41

0.163
352.92
0.19

0.163
358.34
0.15

0.163
362.11
0.21

0.163
366.28
0.40

0.163
368.08
0.46

0.194
337.28
1.44

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.194
341.73
0.95

0.194
340.81
1.04

0.194
344.61
0.67

0.194
344.60
0.68

0.194
342.87
0.80

0.194
339.09
1.23

0.194
333.17
2.15

0.204
330.56
2.63

0.204
333.13
2.13

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.204
333.13
2.14

0.204
338.53
1.32

0.204
341.31
0.95

0.204
346.48
0.53

0.204
349.67
0.36

0.204
355.46
0.20

0.204
358.33
0.19

0.204
362.83
0.28

0.204
365.49
0.39

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.204
369.33
0.56

0.204
372.62
0.75

0.204
379.32
1.28

0.229
329.85
1.51

0.229
332.52
1.12

0.229
335.22
0.81

0.229
340.82
0.04

0.229
348.33
0.32

0.229
370.51
0.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.229
372.95
0.02

0.229
376.66
0.26

0.229
379.86
0.42

0.229
384.97
0.69

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.200

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene-d8
1995LUS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 10.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 10.5,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
666-52-4
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
C3D6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

cloud points

0.219
266.69
2.61

0.219
267.22
2.03

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.120
330.21
4.04

0.219
268.78
0.47

polystyrene-d8
1995LUS
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 25.4, Mw/kg.mol = 26.9,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
666-52-4
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
C3D6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.219
268.05
1.22

cloud points
0.120
336.97
3.22

0.120
343.05
2.79

0.120
350.07
2.57

0.120
357.01
2.61

0.120
363.63
2.62

0.120
370.11
3.18

0.140
330.34
4.45

0.140
337.04
3.59
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.140
343.20
3.12

0.140
350.05
2.87

0.140
356.97
2.66

0.140
363.50
3.07

0.140
369.96
3.40

0.150
330.76
4.52

0.150
337.14
3.70

0.150
343.16
3.22

0.150
350.01
2.96

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
357.04
2.96

0.150
363.44
3.13

0.150
370.06
3.46

0.160
336.24
3.86

0.160
336.23
3.83

0.160
342.24
3.33

0.160
348.99
3.04

0.160
355.63
3.00

0.160
363.30
3.18

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.160
369.95
3.51

0.170
337.45
3.67

0.170
343.67
3.30

0.170
350.09
3.05

0.170
356.66
3.05

0.170
363.67
3.23

0.170
370.10
3.57

0.185
329.96
4.04

0.185
336.98
3.23

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.185
343.41
2.84

0.185
350.03
2.67

0.185
356.99
2.75

0.185
363.52
3.02

0.185
369.66
3.36

0.193
330.21
3.95

0.193
337.13
3.16

0.193
343.25
2.80

0.193
349.95
2.62

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.193
357.07
2.71

0.193
363.73
2.93

0.193
370.00
3.32

0.205
357.26
2.65

0.205
363.67
2.89

0.205
370.07
3.27

0.205
329.97
3.86

0.205
336.99
3.11

0.205
343.12
2.73

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.205
349.98
2.57

0.212
330.01
3.85

0.212
336.89
3.08

0.212
342.35
2.70

0.212
349.87
2.50

0.212
357.01
2.60

0.212
363.25
2.82

0.212
369.96
3.22

0.217
330.04
3.33

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.217
337.00
2.83

0.217
343.13
2.57

0.217
350.01
2.47

0.217
357.16
2.55

0.217
363.54
2.79

0.217
370.02
3.18

0.225
329.98
3.59

0.225
336.89
2.85

0.225
342.98
2.51

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.225
350.08
2.38

0.225
357.37
2.47

0.225
363.48
2.73

0.225
370.03
3.13

0.239
331.21
3.12

0.239
341.82
2.33

0.239
345.75
2.22

0.239
350.19
2.21

0.239
357.17
2.31

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.239
363.37
2.56

0.239
369.78
2.97

0.259
337.02
1.86

0.259
340.82
1.69

0.259
347.67
1.54

0.259
352.05
1.58

0.259
358.22
1.79

0.259
363.07
2.05

0.259
368.57
2.41

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.140
330.34
4.17

0.140
337.04
3.26

0.140
343.20
2.69

0.140
363.50
2.79

0.140
369.96
3.11

0.150
330.76
4.29

0.150
337.14
3.50

0.150
343.16
3.01

0.150
350.01
2.66

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
357.04
2.82

0.150
363.44
2.99

0.150
370.06
3.29

0.160
336.24
3.55

0.160
336.23
3.64

0.160
342.24
3.22

0.160
348.99
2.90

0.160
355.63
2.67

0.160
363.30
3.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.160
369.95
3.39

0.170
337.45
3.43

0.170
343.67
3.04

0.170
350.09
2.64

0.170
356.66
2.63

0.170
363.67
3.07

0.170
370.10
3.37

0.185
329.96
3.83

0.185
336.98
3.04

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.185
343.41
2.65

0.185
350.03
2.52

0.185
356.99
2.56

0.185
363.52
2.76

0.185
369.66
3.18

0.193
330.21
3.81

0.193
337.13
3.06

0.193
343.25
2.66

0.193
349.95
2.52

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.193
357.07
2.59

0.193
363.73
2.85

0.193
370.00
3.21

0.205
357.26
2.51

0.205
363.67
2.78

0.205
370.07
3.17

0.205
329.97
3.75

0.205
336.99
2.98

0.205
343.12
2.61
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.205
349.98
2.43

0.212
330.01
3.66

0.212
336.89
2.91

0.212
342.35
2.56

0.212
349.87
2.40

0.212
357.01
2.43

0.212
363.25
2.70

0.212
369.96
3.06

0.217
330.04
3.15

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.217
337.00
2.60

0.217
350.01
2.23

0.217
357.16
2.39

0.217
363.54
2.59

0.217
370.02
3.07

0.225
329.98
3.23

0.225
342.98
2.17

0.225
350.08
2.01

0.225
357.37
2.18

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.225
363.48
2.55

0.225
370.03
2.88

0.239
331.21
2.68

0.239
341.82
1.89

0.239
357.17
1.88

0.239
363.37
2.12

0.239
369.78
2.60

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.193

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.47

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

Solvent (A):

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(UCST behavior)
(LCST behavior)

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 160, Mw/Mn < 1.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methyl acetate
C3H6O2
wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = 0.041
wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.44

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

T/K = 294.15
T/K = 400.55

1972ZE2

1972ZE2

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cloud points

T/K = 281.45
T/K = 409.95

Type of data:

(LCST behavior)

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 97.2, Mw/Mn < 1.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methyl acetate
C3H6O2
wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = 0.018
wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.45

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Solvent (A):

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cloud points

T/K = 275.15
T/K = 415.15

Type of data:

1972ZE2

cloud points

T/K = 423.35

Type of data:

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 51, Mw/Mn < 1.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methyl acetate
C3H6O2

(UCST behavior)
(LCST behavior)

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 498, Mw/Mn < 1.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methyl acetate
C3H6O2

cloud points
wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = 0.056
wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.46

(UCST behavior)
(LCST behavior)

1972ZE2

79-20-9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = 0.060


wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.47

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

Solvent (A):

1972ZE2

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(UCST behavior)
(LCST behavior)

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 1800, Mw/Mn < 1.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methyl acetate
C3H6O2

1972ZE2

79-20-9

cloud points
wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = 0.082
wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.48

T/K = 303.15
T/K = 391.75

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

(UCST behavior)
(LCST behavior)

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 10.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 11.5,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

1991SZY

108-87-2

cloud points (UCST behavior)

wB
T/K
(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

(UCST behavior)
(LCST behavior)

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 860, Mw/Mn < 1.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methyl acetate
C3H6O2

wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = 0.073


wB = 0.023 0.024 (dT/dP)P=1/K.bar1 = +0.47

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

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cloud points

T/K = 299.25
T/K = 396.15

Type of data:

1972ZE2

cloud points

T/K = 296.45
T/K = 397.85

Type of data:

polystyrene
Mw/kg.mol1 = 670, Mw/Mn < 1.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methyl acetate
C3H6O2

0.092
293
0.22

0.140
294
0.26

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 9.63, Mw/kg.mol1 = 10.2,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

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continued
Type of data:

cloud points (UCST behavior)

wB

0.1972

was kept constant

T/K
P/MPa

285.72
0.10

285.58
1.18

285.29
3.43

285.00
6.28

284.58
11.28

284.38
14.51

284.06
19.91

283.92
24.61

283.80
28.83

T/K
P/MPa

283.73
34.32

283.70
40.31

283.73
45.11

283.83
50.50

283.93
55.31

284.03
59.53

284.16
63.84

284.30
67.86

284.48
72.37

T/K
P/MPa

284.65
76.59

284.83
80.41

285.03
84.93

critical double point: Tdcrit/K = 283.71

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 15.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 16.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

Pdcrit/MPa = 38.3

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cloud points (UCST behavior)

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0786
295.69
0.10

0.0786
295.37
1.86

0.0786
295.05
3.82

0.0786
294.75
5.79

0.0786
294.47
7.55

0.0786
294.17
9.81

0.0786
293.91
11.96

0.0786
293.63
14.32

0.0786
293.24
18.93

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0786
293.03
21.97

0.0786
292.82
25.20

0.0786
292.65
28.93

0.0786
292.51
33.05

0.0786
292.38
38.15

0.0786
292.32
43.44

0.0786
292.30
49.13

0.0786
292.33
53.64

0.0786
292.39
58.15

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0786
292.45
63.06

0.0786
292.55
67.67

0.0786
292.73
72.86

0.0786
292.88
77.47

0.0998
296.05
0.10

0.0998
294.96
6.67

0.0998
294.55
9.32

0.0998
294.28
11.57

0.0998
294.08
13.53

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0998
293.82
15.98

0.0998
293.54
18.93

0.0998
293.30
22.56

0.0998
293.11
27.36

0.0998
292.81
32.75

0.0998
292.67
37.27

0.0998
292.60
42.66

0.0998
292.53
48.05

0.0998
292.55
52.86

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0998
292.63
57.86

0.0998
292.68
62.27

0.0998
292.81
67.27

0.0998
292.95
72.77

0.0998
293.13
77.57

0.0998
293.35
83.55

0.0998
293.51
87.28

0.1287
296.32
0.10

0.1287
295.17
6.86

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1287
294.90
8.83

0.1287
294.58
10.98

0.1287
294.47
12.75

0.1287
294.10
15.30

0.1287
293.89
17.85

0.1287
293.59
21.57

0.1287
293.42
24.61

0.1287
293.20
28.24

0.1287
293.03
32.36

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1287
292.92
36.48

0.1287
292.83
41.48

0.1287
292.78
46.78

0.1287
292.78
51.68

0.1287
292.81
56.29

0.1287
292.89
60.90

0.1287
292.96
65.51

0.1287
293.10
70.41

0.1287
293.24
74.73

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1287
293.34
78.26

0.1721
296.21
0.10

0.1721
295.91
1.86

0.1721
295.44
4.22

0.1721
295.12
6.47

0.1721
294.85
8.53

0.1721
294.47
11.57

0.1721
294.12
14.12

0.1721
293.88
16.87
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1721
293.67
19.42

0.1721
293.43
22.36

0.1721
293.23
25.99

0.1721
293.05
29.62

0.1721
292.89
33.44

0.1721
292.78
37.76

0.1721
292.70
42.46

0.1721
292.68
47.27

0.1721
292.68
51.78

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1721
292.72
56.19

0.1721
292.78
60.61

0.1721
292.85
64.82

0.1721
292.95
68.84

0.1721
293.07
72.96

0.1721
293.21
77.28

0.2044
296.27
0.10

0.2044
295.92
1.77

0.2044
295.48
4.31

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2044
295.25
5.88

0.2044
294.96
7.85

0.2044
294.70
9.81

0.2044
294.40
12.26

0.2044
294.13
14.51

0.2044
293.90
16.77

0.2044
293.68
19.61

0.2044
293.44
22.85

0.2044
293.16
27.16

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2044
293.02
31.19

0.2044
292.85
35.79

0.2044
292.77
40.70

0.2044
292.70
46.29

0.2044
292.70
51.78

0.2044
292.75
56.88

0.2044
292.81
61.78

0.2044
292.92
66.69

0.2044
293.05
71.78

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2044
293.20
76.49

0.2044
293.35
81.20

0.2044
293.51
86.00

0.2461
295.79
0.10

0.2461
294.57
7.06

0.2461
294.23
9.12

0.2461
294.00
11.38

0.2461
293.73
13.73

0.2461
293.47
15.98

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2461
293.22
18.83

0.2461
292.95
22.85

0.2461
292.68
27.07

0.2461
292.52
31.97

0.2461
292.35
36.19

0.2461
292.24
41.78

0.2461
292.16
48.44

0.2461
292.20
49.03

0.2461
292.20
53.84

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2461
292.25
58.55

0.2461
292.35
63.74

0.2461
292.45
68.65

0.2461
292.57
73.55

0.2461
292.74
78.16

0.2461
292.87
82.08

0.2461
293.03
85.51

0.2952
294.79
0.10

0.2952
293.70
6.57

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2952
293.42
8.53

0.2952
293.20
10.59

0.2952
292.93
12.75

0.2952
292.70
15.20

0.2952
292.44
18.24

0.2952
292.23
21.28

0.2952
291.95
25.60

0.2952
291.73
30.60

0.2952
291.55
35.50

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2952
291.45
40.40

0.2952
291.40
45.50

0.2952
291.40
50.41

0.2952
291.45
54.92

0.2952
291.53
61.78

0.2952
291.65
66.78

0.2952
291.78
71.69

0.2952
291.92
75.90

0.2952
292.13
81.49

critical double point: Tdcrit/K = 291.43

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 33, Mw/kg.mol1 = 34.9,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

Pdcrit/MPa = 48.6

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cloud points (UCST behavior)

wB

0.1292

was kept constant

T/K
P/MPa

308.87
0.10

308.48
1.27

308.10
2.65

307.80
3.82

307.44
5.20

307.08
6.67

306.73
8.24

306.33
9.90

305.86
12.36

T/K
P/MPa

305.51
14.42

305.23
16.38

304.77
19.61

304.53
21.97

304.22
24.42

303.90
27.65

303.58
31.77

303.25
36.68

302.97
43.44

T/K
P/MPa

302.76
51.39

302.71
58.94

302.71
65.51

302.81
72.37

302.91
78.36

303.05
84.53

303.25
90.61

critical double point: Tdcrit/K = 302.86

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Pdcrit/MPa = 61.6

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 22.0
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

1993WEL
108-87-2

spinodal points (UCST behavior)

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.055
298.20
5.42

0.055
297.99
9.64

0.055
297.39
43.97

0.055
297.11
62.05

0.055
296.64
90.96

0.055
296.24
120.48

0.055
295.75
160.84

0.055
295.41
195.78

0.055
294.93
253.61

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.055
294.61
315.66

0.055
294.34
402.41

0.055
294.29
481.32

0.055
294.32
551.81

0.055
294.51
682.53

0.094
300.25
18.07

0.094
299.75
39.76

0.094
299.45
56.63

0.094
299.05
80.12

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.094
298.68
100.60

0.094
298.35
124.70

0.094
298.02
146.38

0.094
297.53
152.41

0.094
297.08
239.15

0.094
296.86
283.13

0.094
296.68
304.22

0.094
296.13
509.04

0.094
296.17
653.61

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.200
301.09
24.10

0.200
300.76
28.31

0.200
300.47
42.17

0.200
300.09
62.05

0.200
300.13
63.25

0.200
299.42
100.00

0.200
298.93
134.94

0.200
298.41
184.34

0.200
298.39
189.16

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.200
297.74
256.63

0.200
297.34
333.73

0.200
297.09
424.70

0.200
296.89
533.73

0.200
297.04
680.12

critical point: wB, crit = 0.200 and Tcrit/K = 300.85 at P/bar = 1.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 16.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 17.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

1994VA1

108-87-2

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
296.751 296.044 295.337 294.739 294.433 294.200 293.892 293.953 294.203
48.54
90.14
144.85
210.13 249.33 309.56
385.50 638.82
743.95

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.15
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
294.490 296.418 295.687 295.080 294.603 294.257 293.944 293.603 293.653
828.10 53.06
98.49
151.24 201.30 249.66
306.13 428.80
645.79

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.27
0.27
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
293.944 294.323 296.448 295.705 294.949 294.449 293.935 293.690 293.492
758.94 857.25 37.87
76.82
134.13 185.03
252.98 311.90
377.40

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.30
0.30
0.30
0.09374 0.12389 0.15492 0.18487 0.21412 0.23366
293.444 293.694 294.041 295.053 295.673 295.885 295.925 295.954 295.915
620.16 726.60 822.60 100
100
100
100
100
100

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.24524 0.27350 0.30267 0.09374 0.12389 0.15492 0.18487 0.21412 0.23366


295.822 295.623 295.406 294.014 294.675 294.853 294.871 294.882 294.857
100
100
100
200
200
200
200
200
200
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continued
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.24524 0.15492 0.18487 0.21412 0.23366 0.24524 0.15492 0.18487 0.21412


294.727 294.853 294.871 294.882 294.857 294.727 294.853 294.871 294.882
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.23366 0.24524 0.18487 0.21412 0.23366 0.24524 0.27350 0.30267 0.09111


294.857 294.727 293.915 293.928 293.912 293.804 293.631 293.425 293.105
200
200
400
400
400
400
400
400
500

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.12100 0.14958 0.17954 0.20815 0.23883 0.26815 0.29882 0.09374 0.12389


293.615 293.800 293.844 293.846 293.717 293.556 293.417 293.409 293.890
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
700
700

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.15492 0.18487 0.21412 0.23366 0.24524 0.27350 0.30267 0.09374 0.12389


294.039 294.045 294.059 294.031 293.991 293.792 293.578 293.726 294.200
700
700
700
700
700
700
700
800
800

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.15492 0.18487 0.21412 0.23366 0.24524 0.27350 0.30267 0.09208 0.12272


294.353 294.344 294.362 294.330 294.223 294.117 293.944 293.744 294.234
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.18131 0.23075 0.24135 0.27272 0.30123 0.14889 0.20957


294.393 294.366 294.249 294.137 293.969 294.389 294.402
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.120
0.120
0.120
0.120
0.121
0.121
0.121
0.121
0.121
293.950 292.858 293.510 293.950 295.762 293.850 293.750 293.850 293.950
173.70 500.00 800.00
896.52 1.00
190.05
854.92 876.42
895.35

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.148
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
294.025 297.026 296.753 296.046 294.742 294.192 293.950 293.910 293.750
800.00 1.00
15.73
50.77
155.01 229.50
278.00 283.15
317.31

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.151
0.151
293.465 293.750 293.935 293.950 294.198 294.487 295.352 293.850 293.850
500.00 710.59 767.42
779.15 855.49 896.34
989.29 305.54
737.38

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.151
0.178
0.180
0.180
0.180
0.181
0.181
0.181
0.181
293.950 297.536 293.950 293.758 293.950 293.950 293.850 293.850 293.950
777.24 1.00
361.10
500.00 656.00 365.40
423.39 594.39
657.92

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.181
0.198
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.230
294.307 293.750 297.656 293.950 293.850 293.856 293.850 293.950 293.950
800.00 198.38 1.00
382.00 496.32 500.00
545.18 645.00
378.36

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.230
0.230
0.230
0.240
0.240
0.240
0.240
0.240
0.240
293.850 293.850 293.950 293.950 293.950 293.850 293.750 293.717 293.750
438.57 603.26 656.78
339.77 343.30 384.87
448.77 500.00
595.03

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.240
0.240
0.240
0.268
0.268
0.268
0.269
0.269
0.269
293.850 293.950 293.950 293.750 293.362 293.750 293.950 293.950 293.850
664.64 702.90 705.41
294.68 500.00 763.80
258.52 260.73
789.57

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.269
0.270
0.270
0.270
0.270
0.270
0.270
0.270
0.270
293.950 296.398 295.693 295.070 294.605 294.276 293.953 293.850 293.658
823.87 35.94
81.43
130.13 177.20 222.59
255.95 286.81
733.15
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continued
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.270
0.270
0.270
0.270
0.271
0.300
0.300
0.300
0.300
293.874 293.950 293.923 294.325 296.981 296.200 295.707 294.939 294.403
800.00 820.69 830.18
904.40 1.00
1.00
32.20
86.88
129.89

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.300
0.300
0.300
0.300
0.300
0.300
0.300
0.300
0.300
293.952 293.950 293.850 293.707 293.750 293.498 292.920 293.442 293.459
169.00 181.00 194.26
202.98 203.43 264.54
500.00 800.00
807.83

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.300
0.300
0.300
0.300
293.750 293.746 293.850 293.950
880.57 893.29 903.48
925.00

Type of data:

cloud points (hour glass shaped)

T/K = 293.75
wB
P/bar

0.09346 0.12511 0.12575 0.09717 0.30657 0.27626 0.24389 0.27265 0.30324


242.30 390.04 628.77
807.35 750.55 691.49
458.09 366.24
307.93

Type of data:

cloud points (hour glass shaped)

T/K = 293.75
wB
P/bar

0.09047 0.12062 0.12013 0.08932 0.29871 0.26886 0.23907 0.26842 0.29852


797.75 617.66 379.31
237.63 298.77 358.60
448.76 678.21
739.72

Type of data:

cloud points (hour glass shaped)

T/K = 293.85
wB
P/bar

0.09098 0.12146 0.15103 0.18096 0.18206 0.15130 0.12167 0.09115 0.29925


829.50 672.32 608.93
530.56 501.39 433.99
346.08 225.87
280.15

wB
P/bar

0.26965 0.23964 0.23028 0.21022 0.20997 0.23038 0.23969 0.26923 0.29875


333.30 384.09 437.78
497.12 544.41 604.05
664.62 723.37
774.25

Type of data:

cloud points (LCP and UCP branch)

T/K = 293.95
wB
P/bar

0.09764 0.12742 0.15562 0.18612 0.21626 0.23594 0.24565 0.27551 0.30541


867.74 722.59 667.50
646.92 650.97 664.81
712.02 761.05
803.69

wB
P/bar

0.09764 0.12742 0.15562 0.18612 0.21626 0.23594 0.24565 0.27551 0.30541


215.73 322.72 373.59
391.89 395.86 386.19
346.92 310.12
265.02

Type of data:

cloud points (LCP and UCP branch)

T/K = 293.95
wB
P/bar

0.09048 0.12000 0.15048 0.18044 0.20992 0.22902 0.23962 0.26936 0.29906


851.13 717.32 658.03
639.52 635.14 655.21
703.69 754.97
821.17

wB
P/bar

0.09048 0.12000 0.15048 0.18044 0.20992 0.22902 0.23962 0.26936 0.29906


207.21 314.20 365.48
383.05 383.37 376.80
339.77 304.79
258.84

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continued
Type of data:

cloud points (LCP and UCP branch)

T/K = 293.95
wB
P/bar

0.09071 0.12052 0.15092 0.18080 0.21015 0.24062 0.27109 0.29993


852.80 719.97 658.02
642.46 637.21 704.12
758.15 822.49

wB
P/bar

0.09071 0.12052 0.15092 0.18080 0.21015 0.24062 0.27109


208.48 316.63 366.78
386.02 384.63 342.01
304.55

Type of data:

cloud points (LCP and UCP branch)

T/K = 294.15
wB
P/bar

0.09764 0.12742 0.15562 0.18612 0.21626 0.23594 0.24565 0.27551 0.30541


907.31 784.78 745.01
734.67 733.53 739.27
775.31 812.97
852.68

wB
P/bar

0.09764 0.12742 0.15562 0.18612 0.21626 0.23594 0.24565 0.27551 0.30541


189.20 279.93 314.50
324.57 326.57 317.03
293.78 270.23
232.38

Type of data:

cloud points (LCP and UCP branch)

T/K = 294.35
wB
P/bar

0.09764 0.12742 0.15562 0.18612 0.21626 0.23594 0.24565 0.27551 0.30541


955.28 842.03 805.16
802.03 797.84 804.64
831.39 859.88
891.35

wB
P/bar

0.09764 0.12742 0.15562 0.18612 0.21626 0.23594 0.24565 0.27551 0.30541


161.74 246.23 274.68
280.64 282.68 276.23
257.06 235.71
204.83

Type of data:

cloud points (UCP behavior)

T/K = 295.15
wB
P/bar

0.09764 0.12742 0.15562 0.18612 0.21626 0.23594 0.24565 0.27551 0.30541


92.17
151.23 168.52
172.56 176.52 168.00
160.15 141.73
122.22

Type of data:

cloud points (UCP behavior)

T/K = 296.55
wB
P/bar

0.09764 0.12742 0.15562 0.18612 0.21626 0.23594 0.24565 0.27551 0.30541


11.69
44.21
59.46
62.41
66.45
62.94
57.16
40.75
32.56

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 143, Mw/kg.mol1 = 405,
BASF AG, Ludwigshafen, Germany
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0067
331.18
17.71

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cloud points (UCST behavior, measured by PPICS)


0.0067
330.54
19.64

0.0067
330.06
20.60

0.0067
329.47
23.92

0.0067
329.02
30.00

0.0067
328.57
37.97

0.0067
328.04
47.02

0.0067
327.23
60.22

0.0067
326.43
74.35
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continued
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0067
325.95
84.72

0.0067
325.50
92.67

0.0067
325.04
108.28

0.0067
324.51
122.42

0.0067
323.82
143.15

0.0067
323.12
160.12

0.0067
322.63
174.25

0.0067
322.29
187.45

0.0067
321.79
211.95

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0067
321.47
225.15

0.0067
321.04
243.05

0.0067
320.61
270.39

0.0067
320.33
297.72

0.0067
319.54
331.65

0.0067
319.01
362.75

0.0067
318.41
393.85

0.0067
318.05
417.41

0.0067
317.24
462.65

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.018
331.16
12.55

0.018
330.65
13.26

0.018
330.05
19.64

0.018
329.58
29.31

0.018
329.25
36.41

0.018
328.78
44.64

0.018
328.10
55.16

0.018
327.56
66.85

0.018
326.81
82.16

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.018
326.02
101.19

0.018
324.96
127.38

0.018
324.09
157.74

0.018
323.36
181.35

0.018
322.98
196.63

0.018
322.23
217.61

0.018
321.65
247.92

0.018
321.15
269.92

0.018
320.48
294.99

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.018
320.00
325.99

0.018
319.12
356.25

0.018
318.54
386.56

0.018
317.64
426.54

0.018
317.11
456.84

0.025
331.38
11.57

0.025
330.80
18.18

0.025
330.13
29.14

0.025
329.50
40.89

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.025
329.02
45.25

0.025
328.49
52.50

0.025
327.67
73.34

0.025
326.99
80.95

0.025
326.37
99.21

0.025
325.88
115.74

0.025
325.40
123.63

0.025
324.94
145.09

0.025
324.17
169.36

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.025
323.41
182.49

0.025
322.93
196.35

0.025
322.39
223.73

0.025
321.68
253.42

0.025
321.01
279.26

0.025
320.40
300.20

0.025
320.13
312.85

0.025
319.70
337.30

0.025
319.48
346.84

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.025
319.13
364.87

0.025
318.62
393.05

0.025
318.16
414.95

0.025
317.74
442.06

0.025
317.09
490.77

0.025
316.18
592.86

0.0458
331.22
27.39

0.0458
330.73
34.03

0.0458
330.33
38.51

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0458
329.71
51.45

0.0458
329.35
61.25

0.0458
328.60
71.41

0.0458
328.51
73.00

0.0458
327.92
87.75

0.0458
327.41
102.49

0.0458
326.85
117.62

0.0458
326.17
137.17

0.0458
325.63
152.61

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0458
325.23
160.12

0.0458
324.84
170.49

0.0482
332.61
9.84

0.0482
332.11
14.09

0.0482
331.63
19.33

0.0482
331.26
27.87

0.0482
330.98
30.81

0.0482
330.23
44.51

0.0482
329.49
57.70

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0482
328.66
73.68

0.0482
328.30
84.18

0.0482
327.77
91.10

0.0482
327.44
112.05

0.0482
326.98
126.19

0.0482
326.50
139.38

0.0482
325.87
153.52

0.0482
324.89
174.26

0.0482
324.44
194.05

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0482
324.26
201.59

0.0482
323.40
218.55

0.0482
322.92
235.52

0.0482
322.45
256.06

0.0482
322.18
273.62

0.0482
321.59
299.65

0.0482
320.96
329.25

0.0482
320.52
354.85

0.0482
320.22
376.00

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0482
320.15
373.11

0.0482
319.94
388.53

0.0482
319.41
410.81

0.0482
318.92
435.32

0.0482
318.51
459.50

0.0482
317.96
500.35

0.0482
317.53
558.78

0.0482
317.11
613.44

0.0482
316.94
658.68

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0482
316.84
692.61

0.0482
316.79
719.94

0.0482
316.68
754.81

0.0682
331.79
19.69

0.0682
331.34
19.69

0.0682
330.90
29.12

0.0682
329.89
49.85

0.0682
329.11
57.39

0.0682
328.22
78.12
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continued
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0682
327.73
84.72

0.0682
327.41
91.32

0.0682
326.45
126.19

0.0682
325.90
143.15

0.0682
325.30
163.89

0.0682
324.79
177.08

0.0682
324.12
197.82

0.0682
323.57
209.13

0.0682
323.25
218.55

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0682
322.50
243.05

0.0682
321.92
273.21

0.0682
321.43
293.95

0.0682
321.06
318.45

0.0682
320.52
352.38

0.0682
319.85
376.88

0.0682
319.35
409.40

0.0682
318.93
439.80

0.0682
318.40
478.50

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0682
318.12
517.31

0.0682
317.82
551.88

Type of data:

spinodal points (UCST behavior, measured by PPICS)

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0067
331.18
2.93

0.0067
330.54
4.02

0.0067
330.06
2.60

0.0067
329.47
5.92

0.0067
329.02
12.00

0.0067
328.57
19.97

0.0067
328.04
29.02

0.0067
327.23
42.22

0.0067
326.43
56.35

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0067
325.95
66.72

0.0067
325.50
74.67

0.0067
325.04
90.28

0.0067
324.51
104.42

0.0067
323.82
125.15

0.0067
323.12
142.12

0.0067
322.63
156.26

0.0067
322.29
169.45

0.0067
321.79
193.95

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0067
321.47
209.18

0.0067
321.04
225.06

0.0067
320.61
252.39

0.0067
320.33
277.93

0.0067
319.54
313.65

0.0067
319.01
342.31

0.0067
318.41
375.85

0.0067
318.05
399.41

0.0067
317.24
444.65

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.018
331.16
2.38

0.018
330.65
5.13

0.018
330.05
11.66

0.018
329.58
18.20

0.018
329.25
26.93

0.018
328.78
32.94

0.018
328.10
44.94

0.018
327.56
58.03

0.018
326.81
70.04

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.018
326.02
91.32

0.018
324.96
115.33

0.018
324.09
150.25

0.018
323.36
169.89

0.018
322.98
184.08

0.018
322.23
204.81

0.018
321.65
237.31

0.018
321.15
252.28

0.018
320.48
276.29

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.018
320.00
306.84

0.018
319.12
327.38

0.018
318.54
361.96

0.018
317.64
408.50

0.018
317.11
441.62

0.025
331.38
4.86

0.025
330.80
10.42

0.025
330.13
20.83

0.025
329.50
32.64

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.025
329.02
38.19

0.025
328.49
42.36

0.025
327.67
65.28

0.025
326.99
72.92

0.025
326.37
93.05

0.025
325.88
107.64

0.025
325.40
113.89

0.025
324.94
138.19

0.025
324.17
158.33

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.025
323.41
165.11

0.025
322.93
188.69

0.025
322.39
214.13

0.025
321.68
229.58

0.025
321.01
271.75

0.025
320.40
288.89

0.025
320.13
302.00

0.025
319.70
325.00

0.025
319.48
333.33

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.025
319.13
352.08

0.025
318.62
382.64

0.025
318.16
403.47

0.025
317.74
431.81

0.025
317.09
477.78

0.025
316.18
578.47

0.0458
331.22
21.99

0.0458
330.73
26.95

0.0458
330.33
32.92

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0458
329.71
46.25

0.0458
329.35
55.72

0.0458
328.60
66.36

0.0458
328.51
68.09

0.0458
327.92
82.72

0.0458
327.41
97.20

0.0458
326.85
112.07

0.0458
326.17
130.72

0.0458
325.63
146.59

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0458
325.23
153.54

0.0458
324.84
164.65

0.0482
332.61
8.61

0.0482
332.11
9.13

0.0482
331.63
13.09

0.0482
331.26
23.02

0.0482
330.98
25.00

0.0482
330.23
43.19

0.0482
329.49
56.00
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continued
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0482
328.66
72.14

0.0482
328.30
83.06

0.0482
327.77
89.37

0.0482
327.44
107.34

0.0482
326.98
120.24

0.0482
326.50
134.13

0.0482
325.87
149.01

0.0482
324.89
167.86

0.0482
324.44
184.72

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0482
324.26
193.65

0.0482
323.40
212.5

0.0482
322.92
228.37

0.0482
322.45
252.82

0.0482
322.18
271.57

0.0482
321.59
297.84

0.0482
320.96
325.89

0.0482
320.52
350.68

0.0482
320.22
371.23

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0482
320.15
365.28

0.0482
319.94
385.73

0.0482
319.41
400.99

0.0482
318.92
427.78

0.0482
318.51
457.89

0.0482
317.96
493.25

0.0482
317.53
551.79

0.0482
317.11
605.36

0.0482
316.94
646.63

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0482
316.84
682.74

0.0482
316.79
711.51

0.0482
316.68
746.23

0.0682
331.79
15.77

0.0682
331.34
17.06

0.0682
330.90
24.80

0.0682
329.89
46.73

0.0682
329.11
54.46

0.0682
328.22
74.45

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0682
327.73
82.19

0.0682
327.41
86.06

0.0682
326.45
123.46

0.0682
325.90
138.29

0.0682
325.30
159.35

0.0682
324.79
174.40

0.0682
324.12
193.75

0.0682
323.57
204.07

0.0682
323.25
213.74

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0682
322.50
239.53

0.0682
321.92
268.55

0.0682
321.43
291.12

0.0682
321.06
313.69

0.0682
320.52
349.16

0.0682
319.85
374.30

0.0682
319.35
405.26

0.0682
318.93
436.85

0.0682
318.40
472.97

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0682
318.12
514.24

0.0682
317.82
549.06

Type of data:

cloud points (UCST behavior)

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.011
330.17
7.0

0.011
329.93
12.0

0.011
329.88
13.2

0.011
329.57
19.2

0.011
329.38
23.0

0.011
329.30
24.2

0.011
329.00
30.6

0.011
328.84
33.6

0.011
328.77
35.3

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.011
328.49
40.8

0.011
328.37
43.5

0.011
328.26
45.8

0.011
327.96
51.6

0.011
327.80
55.3

0.011
327.67
57.7

0.011
327.39
64.2

0.011
327.32
65.6

0.011
327.03
71.3

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.011
326.71
78.8

0.011
326.67
79.8

0.011
326.62
81.0

0.011
326.47
84.0

0.011
326.38
86.0

0.011
326.17
90.8

0.011
326.15
91.3

0.011
326.09
92.5

0.011
325.97
95.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.011
325.63
103.3

0.060
331.66
23.0

0.060
331.47
26.0

0.060
331.28
28.4

0.060
331.09
31.8

0.060
330.91
34.4

0.060
330.71
37.6

0.060
330.50
41.1

0.060
330.30
44.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.060
330.09
48.3

0.060
329.96
50.5

0.060
329.72
55.0

0.060
329.51
58.7

0.060
329.30
62.7

0.060
329.13
66.2

0.060
328.94
70.1

0.060
328.78
73.3

0.060
328.52
78.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.060
328.29
83.7

0.060
328.11
87.5

0.060
327.90
92.4

0.060
327.74
96.0

0.060
327.52
101.0

0.060
327.31
106.5

0.060
327.12
111.0

0.120
329.96
11.6

0.120
329.76
14.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.120
329.55
17.7

0.120
329.35
21.0

0.120
329.14
24.3

0.120
328.94
28.0

0.120
328.75
31.0

0.120
328.56
34.3

0.120
328.35
38.3

0.120
328.16
42.3

0.120
327.97
45.8
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wB
T/K
P/bar

0.120
327.75
51.0

0.120
327.57
54.7

0.120
327.38
58.8

0.120
327.19
63.2

0.120
326.98
68.0

0.120
326.79
72.5

0.120
326.57
78.0

0.120
326.39
82.3

0.120
326.16
88.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.120
325.98
93.6

0.120
325.78
99.0

0.187
327.54
10.1

0.187
327.33
13.2

0.187
327.12
17.0

0.187
326.92
19.7

0.187
326.73
23.3

0.187
326.55
27.0

0.187
326.35
31.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.187
326.15
35.1

0.187
325.97
39.5

0.187
325.75
44.5

0.187
325.55
49.6

0.187
325.34
54.8

0.187
325.14
60.2

0.187
324.94
66.0

0.187
324.78
71.0

0.187
324.58
77.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.187
324.35
84.0

0.187
324.13
91.0

0.187
323.91
99.0

0.065
517.04
39.8

0.065
519.50
42.9

Type of data:

cloud points (LCST behavior)

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.065
499.45
18.0

0.065
502.12
21.2

0.065
504.64
24.5

0.065
507.12
27.5

0.065
509.61
30.6

0.065
512.10
33.6

0.065
514.59
37.05

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.187
503.80
13.2

0.187
506.47
16.1

0.187
508.41
18.4

0.187
511.16
21.7

0.187
513.88
24.7

0.187
516.08
27.6

0.187
518.85
30.8

Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

coexistence data (liquid-liquid-vapor three phase equilibrium)

0.0113
500.92
12.78

0.0516
495.35
11.47

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.0655
493.90
10.77

0.0989
492.92
9.82

0.1207
496.35
10.68

0.1520
498.78
10.84

0.18699
502.30
11.29

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 29.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 31.6,
Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.0600
493.67
10.81

1998KOA

108-87-2

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0323
299.38
1.05

0.0323
298.99
3.05

0.0323
298.58
5.05

0.0323
298.25
7.05

0.0323
297.92
9.05

0.0323
297.60
11.05

0.0323
297.14
13.05

0.0494
301.30
1.05

0.0494
301.01
2.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0494
300.78
3.05

0.0494
300.60
4.05

0.0494
300.41
5.05

0.0494
300.22
6.05

0.0494
300.03
7.05

0.0494
299.85
8.05

0.0494
299.68
9.05

0.0494
299.50
10.05

0.0494
299.19
12.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0494
298.95
14.05

0.0726
302.53
1.05

0.0726
302.29
2.05

0.0726
302.04
3.05

0.0726
301.82
4.05

0.0726
301.61
5.05

0.0726
301.41
6.05

0.0726
301.25
7.05

0.0726
301.05
8.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0726
300.88
9.05

0.0726
300.73
10.05

0.0726
300.42
12.05

0.0726
300.13
14.05

0.0882
303.46
1.05

0.0882
303.39
2.05

0.0882
302.93
3.05

0.0882
302.72
4.05

0.0882
302.47
5.05
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0882
302.37
6.05

0.0882
302.10
7.05

0.0882
301.90
8.05

0.0882
301.79
9.05

0.0882
301.52
10.05

0.0882
301.24
12.05

0.0882
300.90
14.05

0.1097
304.05
1.05

0.1097
303.48
3.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1097
303.06
5.05

0.1097
302.69
7.05

0.1097
302.25
9.05

0.1097
301.88
11.05

0.1097
301.52
13.05

0.1281
304.44
1.05

0.1281
303.88
3.05

0.1281
303.45
5.05

0.1281
302.97
7.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1281
302.56
9.05

0.1281
302.24
11.05

0.1281
301.93
13.05

0.1281
301.68
14.05

0.1519
305.03
1.05

0.1519
304.44
3.05

0.1519
304.00
5.05

0.1519
303.53
7.05

0.1519
303.11
9.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1519
302.62
11.05

0.1519
302.35
13.05

0.1519
302.17
14.05

0.1821
305.45
1.05

0.1821
304.41
5.05

0.1821
304.00
7.05

0.1821
303.53
9.05

0.2060
305.42
1.05

0.2060
304.95
3.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2060
304.53
5.05

0.2060
303.89
7.05

0.2060
303.52
9.05

0.2060
303.15
11.05

0.2060
302.80
13.05

0.2251
305.43
1.05

0.2251
304.96
3.05

0.2251
304.35
5.05

0.2251
303.91
7.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2251
303.45
9.05

0.2251
303.08
11.05

0.2251
302.75
13.05

0.2634
305.03
1.05

0.2634
304.44
3.05

0.2634
303.90
5.05

0.2634
303.51
7.05

0.2634
303.02
9.05

0.2634
302.70
11.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2634
302.32
13.05

Comments:

Cloud points for mixtures of this system + carbon dioxide are given in Chapter 4.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 64, Mw/kg.mol1 = 250,
Novacor Technology and Research Corporation
methylcyclohexane
C7H14

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1998KOA

108-87-2

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0211
329.81
3.95

0.0211
329.35
4.90

0.0211
328.50
6.55

0.0211
327.87
7.95

0.0211
327.24
9.25

0.0211
326.63
10.85

0.0330
330.76
2.40

0.0330
330.37
3.15

0.0330
329.87
4.00

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0330
329.01
5.65

0.0330
328.09
7.60

0.0330
327.43
9.05

0.0330
326.35
11.80

0.0511
330.91
1.45

0.0511
330.35
2.40

0.0511
329.46
3.95

0.0511
328.62
5.60

0.0511
327.71
7.60

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0511
326.91
9.50

0.0511
326.23
11.30

0.0511
325.75
12.60

0.0648
330.11
2.00

0.0648
330.09
2.00

0.0648
329.04
3.90

0.0648
328.98
4.00

0.0648
327.83
6.30

0.0648
326.85
8.60

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0648
326.37
9.75

0.0648
325.83
11.15

0.0648
325.26
12.85

0.0971
329.34
1.60

0.0971
328.59
3.05

0.0971
327.81
4.55

0.0971
327.05
6.10

0.0971
326.30
7.70

0.0971
325.47
9.80

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0971
324.86
11.55

0.1360
328.36
1.50

0.1360
328.29
1.60

0.1360
327.68
3.00

0.1360
327.33
3.50

0.1360
326.63
4.85

0.1360
325.86
6.55

0.1360
325.15
8.25

0.1360
324.47
10.10

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 3.91, Mw/kg.mol1 = 4.14,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclopentane
C6H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.181
259.62
1.30

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclopentane
C6H12

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.165
291.43
1.49

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.165
291.53
1.27

0.165
291.68
0.79

0.165
291.78
0.45

1995LUS

96-37-7

cloud points

0.153
299.99
2.59

0.153
300.12
2.24

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.153
300.33
1.64

0.153
300.57
1.02

0.153
300.75
0.51

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 23.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 25.0,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclopentane
C6H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

96-37-7

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.45, Mw/kg.mol1 = 22.1,
Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
methylcyclopentane
C6H12

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

1995LUS

cloud points

0.165
291.30
2.00

Type of data:

96-37-7

cloud points

0.181
259.49
3.70

Type of data:

1995LUS

1995LUS

96-37-7

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.142
302.58
2.20

0.142
302.93
1.36

0.142
303.20
0.67

0.142
303.38
0.23

0.148
302.60
2.31

0.148
302.88
1.59

0.148
303.18
0.84

0.148
303.46
0.19

0.157
302.60
2.32

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.157
302.87
1.67

0.157
303.24
0.77

0.157
303.44
0.32

0.164
302.53
2.90

0.164
302.76
2.25

0.164
302.98
1.67

0.164
303.19
1.15

0.164
303.43
0.55

0.165
302.64
2.33
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.165
302.93
1.60

0.165
303.25
0.90

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.188
303.16
0.84

0.188
303.41
0.26

0.165
303.47
0.38

0.177
302.68
2.27

0.177
302.98
1.51

0.177
303.28
0.83

0.177
303.51
0.28

0.188
302.60
2.13

0.188
302.90
1.45

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.170

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 100.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 106.3,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclopentane
C6H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.155
325.42
2.15

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.155
326.38
1.16

0.155
327.01
0.55

cloud points

0.179
302.48
2.52

0.179
302.90
1.51

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.179
303.11
0.95

0.179
303.20
0.70

0.179
303.39
0.23

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.74, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
nitroethane
C2H5NO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.155
325.96
1.63

polystyrene-d8
1995LUS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 26.9,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
96-37-7
methylcyclopentane
C6H12

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

96-37-7

cloud points

0.155
325.19
2.45

Type of data:

1995LUS

2000DE1

79-24-3

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3145
277.16
4.96

0.3145
277.27
3.71

0.3145
277.37
2.46

0.3145
277.45
1.54

0.3145
277.55
0.36

0.2867
277.47
6.04

0.2867
277.58
4.72

0.2867
277.67
3.71

0.2867
277.77
2.41

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2867
277.85
1.47

0.2867
277.93
0.51

0.2634
278.08
5.56

0.2634
278.18
4.36

0.2634
278.17
4.45

0.2634
278.29
3.16

0.2634
278.38
2.04

0.2634
278.53
0.33

0.2348
278.59
5.33

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2348
278.69
4.14

0.2348
278.79
3.00

0.2348
278.88
1.76

0.2348
279.01
0.27

0.2242
278.96
5.11

0.2242
279.05
4.05

0.2242
279.16
2.66

0.2242
279.25
1.61

0.2242
279.37
0.26
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2048
279.05
4.79

0.2048
279.16
3.49

0.2048
279.26
2.26

0.2048
279.32
1.56

0.2048
279.42
0.40

0.1799
279.16
5.22

0.1799
279.23
4.35

0.1799
279.36
2.83

0.1799
279.43
2.00

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1562
279.32
5.45

0.1562
279.41
4.28

0.1562
279.49
3.31

0.1562
279.63
1.59

0.1340
279.30
5.42

0.1340
279.40
4.28

0.1340
279.49
3.22

0.1340
279.61
1.89

0.1340
279.75
0.15

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1179
279.19
5.72

0.1179
279.30
4.40

0.1179
279.40
3.20

0.1801
279.19
4.59

0.1801
279.30
3.21

0.1801
279.40
2.09

0.1801
279.45
1.52

0.1801
279.54
0.37

0.1611
279.19
5.24

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1611
279.30
3.89

0.1611
279.39
2.72

0.1611
279.49
1.56

0.1611
279.60
0.30

0.1385
279.49
5.76

0.1385
279.60
4.65

0.1385
279.70
3.52

0.1385
279.80
2.26

0.1385
279.96
0.38

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1215
279.49
5.72

0.1215
279.39
5.56

0.1215
279.50
4.39

0.0999
279.39
5.37

0.0999
279.49
4.21

0.0999
279.60
2.94

0.0999
279.70
1.65

0.0999
279.80
0.37

0.0833
279.30
4.99

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0833
279.40
3.84

0.0833
279.49
2.75

0.0833
279.61
1.38

0.0833
279.66
0.67

0.0714
277.27
5.30

0.0714
277.37
4.17

0.0714
277.46
2.96

0.0714
277.57
1.56

0.0625
276.28
4.75

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0625
276.38
3.53

0.0625
276.47
2.54

0.0625
276.58
1.07

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3145
277.16
4.85

0.3145
277.27
3.59

0.3145
277.37
2.36

0.3145
277.45
1.45

0.3145
277.55
0.29

0.2867
277.47
5.88

0.2867
277.58
4.59

0.2867
277.67
3.56

0.2867
277.77
2.29

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2867
277.85
1.35

0.2867
277.93
0.36

0.2634
278.08
5.42

0.2634
278.18
4.25

0.2634
278.17
4.32

0.2634
278.29
3.05

0.2634
278.38
1.93

0.2634
278.53
0.23

0.2348
278.59
5.14

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2348
278.69
3.98

0.2348
278.79
2.81

0.2348
278.88
1.58

0.2348
279.01
0.14

0.2242
278.96
4.78

0.2242
279.05
3.68

0.2242
279.16
2.33

0.2242
279.25
1.28

0.2242
279.37
0.01

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2048
279.05
4.44

0.2048
279.16
3.12

0.2048
279.26
1.95

0.2048
279.32
1.25

0.2048
279.42
0.10

0.1799
279.16
5.04

0.1799
279.23
4.12

0.1799
279.36
2.61

0.1799
279.43
1.78

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1562
279.32
5.18

0.1562
279.41
4.05

0.1562
279.49
3.14

0.1562
279.63
1.39

0.1340
279.30
5.19

0.1340
279.40
4.05

0.1340
279.49
3.00

0.1340
279.61
1.62

0.1340
279.75
0.08

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1179
279.19
5.52

0.1179
279.30
4.11

0.1179
279.40
2.97

0.1801
279.19
4.32

0.1801
279.30
2.87

0.1801
279.40
1.81

0.1801
279.45
1.26

0.1801
279.54
0.15

0.1611
279.19
5.06

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1611
279.30
3.70

0.1611
279.39
2.58

0.1611
279.49
1.38

0.1611
279.60
0.11

0.1385
279.49
5.54

0.1385
279.60
4.45

0.1385
279.70
3.28

0.1385
279.80
2.09

0.1385
279.96
0.24
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1215
279.49
5.63

0.1215
279.39
5.28

0.1215
279.50
4.16

0.0999
279.39
4.95

0.0999
279.49
3.82

0.0999
279.60
2.51

0.0999
279.70
1.34

0.0999
279.80
0.02

0.0833
279.30
4.47

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0833
279.40
3.25

0.0833
279.49
2.27

0.0833
279.61
0.99

0.0833
279.66
0.19

0.0714
277.27
4.92

0.0714
277.37
3.81

0.0714
277.46
2.66

0.0714
277.57
1.27

0.0625
276.28
4.51

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0625
276.38
3.22

0.0625
276.47

0.0625
276.58
0.80

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 29.0, Mw/kg.mol1 = 30.74,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
nitroethane
C2H5NO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2000DE1

79-24-3

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3649
289.05
4.49

0.3649
289.10
4.02

0.3649
289.15
3.67

0.3649
289.26
2.84

0.3649
289.42
1.66

0.1977
296.25
5.29

0.1977
296.44
3.70

0.1977
296.55
3.17

0.1977
296.65
2.57

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1977
296.79
1.57

0.1977
296.88
1.03

0.1977
296.95
0.66

0.1977
296.98
0.48

0.1654
296.65
4.90

0.1654
296.74
4.35

0.1654
296.84
3.64

0.1654
297.04
2.39

0.1654
297.24
1.22

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1654
297.35
0.49

0.1503
296.65
5.64

0.1503
296.74
5.05

0.1503
296.84
4.44

0.1503
297.05
3.08

0.1503
297.24
1.90

0.1503
297.35
1.26

0.1503
297.45
0.63

0.1503
297.49
0.34

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1503
297.54
0.13

0.1503
297.54
0.05

0.1393
296.61
4.83

0.1393
296.66
4.49

0.1393
296.77
3.80

0.1393
296.98
2.41

0.1393
297.05
1.94

0.1393
297.15
1.36

0.1393
297.25
0.76

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1393
297.30
0.46

0.1393
297.35
0.12

0.1388
296.65
4.93

0.1388
296.75
4.32

0.1388
296.95
3.09

0.1388
297.05
2.45

0.1388
297.15
1.82

0.1388
297.24
1.22

0.1388
297.35
0.56

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1388
297.40
0.30

0.1388
297.43
0.10

0.1126
296.48
5.25

0.1126
296.58
4.62

0.1126
296.65
4.17

0.1126
296.86
2.72

0.1126
296.96
2.18

0.1126
297.05
1.59

0.1126
297.10
1.28

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1126
297.17
0.79

0.1126
297.25
0.39

0.1126
297.27
0.23

0.0977
296.33
4.79

0.0977
296.44
4.16

0.0977
296.55
3.46

0.0977
296.74
2.21

0.0977
296.89
1.26

0.0977
297.00
0.57

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0977
297.06
0.14

0.0944
296.24
5.17

0.0944
296.36
4.39

0.0944
296.46
3.75

0.0944
296.67
2.43

0.0944
296.73
1.98

0.0944
296.86
1.22

0.0944
296.92
0.84

0.0944
296.99
0.43

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0944
297.02
0.23

0.0861
296.06
5.33

0.0861
296.17
4.62

0.0861
296.25
3.98

0.0861
296.45
2.74

0.0861
296.64
1.56

0.0861
296.79
0.53

0.0861
296.81
0.44

0.0861
296.87
0.04
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0727
295.57
4.85

0.0727
295.65
4.28

0.0727
295.75
3.67

0.0727
295.95
2.33

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0622
295.26
2.34

0.0622
295.43
1.18

0.0622
295.49
0.73

0.0622
295.60
0.03

Type of data:

0.0727
296.16
0.95

0.0727
296.25
0.36

0.0622
294.89
4.89

0.0622
294.95
4.47

0.0622
295.08
3.60

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3649
289.05
4.27

0.3649
289.10
3.72

0.3649
289.15
3.48

0.3649
289.26
2.63

0.3649
289.42
1.46

0.1977
296.25
5.02

0.1977
296.44
3.49

0.1977
296.55
3.03

0.1977
296.65
2.32

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1977
296.79
1.41

0.1977
296.88
0.86

0.1977
296.95
0.50

0.1977
296.98
0.29

0.1654
296.65
4.65

0.1654
296.74
3.98

0.1654
296.84
3.34

0.1654
297.04
2.05

0.1654
297.24
0.87

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1654
297.35
0.20

0.1503
296.65
5.35

0.1503
296.74
4.75

0.1503
296.84
4.16

0.1503
297.05
2.75

0.1503
297.24
1.57

0.1503
297.35
1.04

0.1503
297.45
0.33

0.1503
297.49
0.10

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1503
297.54
0.18

0.1503
297.54
0.19

0.1393
296.61
4.49

0.1393
296.66
4.24

0.1393
296.77
3.54

0.1393
296.98
2.15

0.1393
297.05
1.70

0.1393
297.15
1.14

0.1393
297.25
0.57

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1393
297.30
0.24

0.1393
297.35
0.08

0.1388
296.65
4.72

0.1388
296.75
4.12

0.1388
296.95
2.74

0.1388
297.05
2.11

0.1388
297.15
1.54

0.1388
297.24
1.01

0.1388
297.35
0.20

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1388
297.40
0.07

0.1388
297.43
0.20

0.1126
296.48
4.98

0.1126
296.58
4.27

0.1126
296.65
3.92

0.1126
296.86
2.52

0.1126
296.96
1.93

0.1126
297.05
1.28

0.1126
297.10
1.06

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1126
297.17
0.52

0.1126
297.25
0.05

0.1126
297.27
0.03

0.0977
296.33

0.0977
296.44
3.99

0.0977
296.55
3.28

0.0977
296.74
2.06

0.0977
296.89
1.07

0.0977
297.00
0.40

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0977
297.06

0.0944
296.24
0.06

0.0944
296.36
4.25

0.0944
296.46
3.52

0.0944
296.67
2.34

0.0944
296.73
1.89

0.0944
296.86
1.06

0.0944
296.92
0.60

0.0944
296.99

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0944
297.02
0.07

0.0861
296.06
5.29

0.0861
296.17
4.52

0.0861
296.25
3.86

0.0861
296.45
2.64

0.0861
296.64
1.49

0.0861
296.79
0.40

0.0861
296.81
0.35

0.0861
296.87
0.11

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0727
295.57
4.69

0.0727
295.65
4.19

0.0727
295.75
3.53

0.0727
295.95
2.17

0.0727
296.16
0.83

0.0727
296.25
0.23

0.0622
294.89
4.79

0.0622
294.95
4.30

0.0622
295.08
3.45

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0622
295.26
2.19

0.0622
295.43
1.03

0.0622
295.49

0.0622
295.60
0.07

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 86.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 90.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
nitroethane
C2H5NO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2000DE1

79-24-3

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2265
309.43
4.96

0.2265
309.43
4.96

0.2265
309.74
3.89

0.2265
309.73
3.90

0.2265
310.14
2.42

0.2265
310.45
1.35

0.2265
310.68
0.44

0.1911
312.43
5.27

0.1911
312.83
3.80

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1911
313.14
2.74

0.1911
313.44
1.63

0.1911
313.84
0.22

0.1651
314.13
5.18

0.1651
314.45
4.04

0.1651
314.75
2.90

0.1651
315.16
1.42

0.1651
315.39
0.56

0.1454
315.44
3.68

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1454
315.75
2.64

0.1454
316.05
1.53

0.1454
316.39
0.31

0.1390
314.84
4.68

0.1390
315.15
3.54

0.1390
315.44
2.47

0.1390
315.65
1.69

0.1390
316.00
0.44

0.1245
315.15
4.66

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1245
315.44
3.67

0.1245
315.74
2.54

0.1245
316.05
1.39

0.1245
316.30
0.54

0.1059
315.44
4.63

0.1059
315.34
5.03

0.1059
315.74
3.57

0.1059
316.05
2.42

0.1059
316.64
0.28

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0922
315.44
4.98

0.0922
315.75
3.86

0.0922
316.05
2.75

0.0922
316.34
1.62

0.0922
316.74
0.14

0.0633
315.34
5.22

0.0633
315.74
3.68

0.0633
316.05
2.56

0.0633
316.34
1.52

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0633
316.65
0.47

0.0519
315.04
5.21

0.0519
315.03
5.23

0.0519
315.44
3.78

0.0519
315.74
2.69

0.0519
316.05
1.55

0.0519
316.45
0.13

0.0440
314.84
4.33

0.0440
315.15
3.08

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0440
315.44
1.95

0.0440
315.55
1.47

0.0440
315.84
0.40

0.0337
313.63
4.98

0.0337
314.04
3.51

0.0337
314.34
2.41

0.0337
314.54
1.71

0.0337
314.94
0.19

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2265
309.43
4.80

0.2265
309.43
4.81

0.2265
309.74
3.75

0.2265
309.73
3.74

0.2265
310.14
2.27

0.2265
310.45
1.21

0.2265
310.68
0.31

0.1911
312.43
5.09

0.1911
312.83
3.63

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1911
313.14
2.56

0.1911
313.44
1.47

0.1911
313.84
0.07

0.1651
314.13
5.06

0.1651
314.45
3.94

0.1651
314.75
2.79

0.1651
315.16
1.31

0.1651
315.39
0.48

0.1454
315.44
3.51

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1454
315.75
2.48

0.1454
316.05
1.36

0.1454
316.39
0.14

0.1390
314.84
4.54

0.1390
315.15
3.39

0.1390
315.44
2.32

0.1390
315.65
1.56

0.1390
316.00
0.35

0.1245
315.15
4.50

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1245
315.44
3.51

0.1245
315.74
2.34

0.1245
316.05
1.22

0.1245
316.30
0.43

0.1059
315.44
4.43

0.1059
315.34
4.78

0.1059
315.74
3.32

0.1059
316.05
2.22

0.1059
316.64
0.11

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0922
315.44
4.68

0.0922
315.75
3.59

0.0922
316.05
2.47

0.0922
316.34
1.36

0.0922
316.74
0.11

0.0633
315.34
5.06

0.0633
315.74
3.50

0.0633
316.05
2.39

0.0633
316.34
1.35
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0633
316.65
0.32

0.0519
315.04
5.05

0.0519
315.03
5.04

0.0519
315.44
3.63

0.0519
315.74
2.52

0.0519
316.05
1.40

0.0519
316.45
0.00

0.0440
314.84
4.14

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0440
315.44
1.72

0.0440
315.55
1.22

0.0440
315.84
0.12

0.0337
313.63
4.71

0.0337
314.04
3.22

0.0337
314.34
2.18

0.0337
314.54
1.49

0.0337
314.94
0.04

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 125.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 129.2,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
nitroethane
C2H5NO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.0440
315.15
2.80

2000DE1

79-24-3

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1322
321.54
5.44

0.1322
321.94
4.03

0.1322
322.34
2.67

0.1322
322.74
1.34

0.1322
323.03
0.27

0.1212
321.84
4.70

0.1212
322.23
3.45

0.1212
322.63
2.12

0.1212
322.94
1.15

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1212
323.11
0.53

0.1119
321.94
4.61

0.1119
322.34
3.26

0.1119
322.74
1.91

0.1119
322.84
1.59

0.1119
323.24
0.29

0.0929
321.84
4.27

0.0929
321.93
3.92

0.0929
322.03
3.62

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0929
322.22
3.06

0.0929
322.43
2.39

0.0929
322.63
1.76

0.0929
322.84
1.17

0.0929
323.03
0.58

0.0929
323.20
0.11

0.0812
321.63
5.52

0.0812
321.84
4.90

0.0812
322.03
4.30

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0812
322.44
3.10

0.0812
322.84
1.92

0.0812
323.03
1.38

0.0812
323.44
0.29

0.0645
321.72
5.61

0.0645
322.14
4.25

0.0645
322.53
3.02

0.0645
322.84
2.10

0.0645
323.13
1.23

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0645
323.44
0.37

0.0535
321.43
5.73

0.0535
321.94
4.06

0.0535
322.34
2.82

0.0535
322.54
2.21

0.0535
322.85
1.30

0.0535
323.14
0.41

0.0457
321.04
6.13

0.0457
321.44
4.77

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0457
321.63
4.21

0.0457
322.03
2.86

0.0457
322.43
1.65

0.0457
322.74
0.76

0.0457
322.93
0.16

0.0355
320.74
5.84

0.0355
321.13
4.58

0.0355
321.54
3.27

0.0355
321.94
1.98

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0355
322.13
1.35

0.0355
322.39
0.60

0.0307
319.64
5.37

0.0307
320.04
4.14

0.0307
320.44
2.89

0.0307
320.73
1.99

0.0307
320.94
1.24

0.0307
321.23
0.36

0.0250
318.35
4.55

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0250
318.74
3.43

0.0250
319.15
2.23

0.0250
319.44
1.26

0.0250
319.75
0.37

0.1322
323.03
0.13

0.1212
321.84
4.52

0.1212
322.23
3.24

0.1212
322.63
1.90

0.1212
322.94
0.93

Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1322
321.54
5.27

spinodal points
0.1322
321.94
3.89

0.1322
322.34
2.50

0.1322
322.74
1.20

continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1212
323.11
0.40

0.1119
321.94
4.34

0.1119
322.34
3.02

0.1119
322.74
1.67

0.1119
322.84
1.37

0.1119
323.24
0.13

0.0929
321.84
3.92

0.0929
321.93
3.63

0.0929
322.03
3.33

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0929
322.22
2.75

0.0929
322.43
2.07

0.0929
322.63
1.48

0.0929
322.84
0.88

0.0929
323.03
0.33

0.0929
323.20
0.15

0.0812
321.63
5.37

0.0812
321.84
4.70

0.0812
322.03
4.12

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0812
322.44
2.89

0.0812
322.84
1.69

0.0812
323.03
1.19

0.0812
323.44
0.11

0.0645
321.72
5.46

0.0645
322.14
3.93

0.0645
322.53
2.83

0.0645
322.84
1.84

0.0645
323.13
0.94

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0645
323.44
0.11

0.0535
321.43
5.68

0.0535
321.94
3.98

0.0535
322.34
2.73

0.0535
322.54
2.13

0.0535
322.85
1.22

0.0535
323.14
0.34

0.0457
321.04
6.09

0.0457
321.44
4.69

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0457
321.63
4.10

0.0457
322.03
2.76

0.0457
322.43
1.57

0.0457
322.74
0.68

0.0457
322.93
0.10

0.0355
320.74
5.68

0.0355
321.13
4.44

0.0355
321.54
3.12

0.0355
321.94
1.84

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0355
322.13
1.23

0.0355
322.39
0.49

0.0307
319.64
5.20

0.0307
320.04
3.96

0.0307
320.44
2.66

0.0307
320.73
1.80

0.0307
320.94
1.09

0.0307
321.23
0.22

0.0250
318.35
4.39

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0250
318.74
3.28

0.0250
319.15
2.04

0.0250
319.44
1.11

0.0250
319.75
0.20

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 86.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 90.1,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
nitroethane-d5
C2D5NO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2000DE1

57817-88-6

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2291
336.41
4.32

0.2291
336.41
4.25

0.2291
336.52
3.90

0.2291
336.61
3.60

0.2291
336.82
3.02

0.2291
337.11
2.21

0.2291
337.43
1.37

0.2291
337.74
0.58

0.1844
338.53
4.17

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1844
338.75
3.56

0.1844
338.94
2.96

0.1844
339.24
2.12

0.1844
339.84
0.53

0.1543
339.02
4.17

0.1543
339.25
3.54

0.1543
339.55
2.77

0.1543
339.85
2.03

0.1543
340.47
0.48

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1326
339.31
4.17

0.1326
339.62
3.33

0.1326
339.95
2.45

0.1326
340.25
1.63

0.1326
340.67
0.57

0.1205
339.35
4.57

0.1205
339.35
4.54

0.1205
339.66
3.70

0.1205
339.50
2.91

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1205
340.34
1.92

0.1205
340.93
0.49

0.0995
339.47
4.52

0.0995
339.86
3.50

0.0995
340.26
2.56

0.0995
340.65
1.58

0.0995
341.11
0.49

0.0848
339.16
4.87

0.0848
339.66
3.53

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0848
340.07
2.57

0.0848
340.44
1.62

0.0848
340.92
0.44

0.0738
339.05
4.81

0.0738
339.54
3.51

0.0738
340.06
2.26

0.0738
340.25
1.80

0.0738
340.85
0.37

0.0669
338.96
4.60
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0669
339.48
3.33

Type of data:

0.0669
339.87
2.33

0.0669
340.24
1.34

0.0669
340.63
0.47

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2291
336.41
4.25

0.2291
336.41
4.14

0.2291
336.52
3.79

0.2291
336.61
3.53

0.2291
336.82
2.92

0.2291
337.11
2.14

0.2291
337.43
1.25

0.2291
337.74
0.52

0.1844
338.53
4.06

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1844
338.75
3.40

0.1844
338.94
2.86

0.1844
339.24
2.03

0.1844
339.84
0.44

0.1543
339.02
3.99

0.1543
339.25
3.29

0.1543
339.55
2.60

0.1543
339.85
1.88

0.1543
340.47
0.27

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1326
339.31
3.90

0.1326
339.62
3.08

0.1326
339.95
2.24

0.1326
340.25
1.44

0.1326
340.67
0.44

0.1205
339.35
4.34

0.1205
339.35
4.35

0.1205
339.66
3.47

0.1205
339.50
2.71

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1205
340.34
1.73

0.1205
340.93
0.29

0.0995
339.47
4.24

0.0995
339.86
3.26

0.0995
340.26
2.30

0.0995
340.65
1.38

0.0995
341.11
0.23

0.0848
339.16
4.66

0.0848
339.66
3.29

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0848
340.07
2.33

0.0848
340.44
1.44

0.0848
340.92
0.21

0.0738
339.05
4.66

0.0738
339.54
3.28

0.0738
340.06
1.99

0.0738
340.25
1.63

0.0738
340.85
0.11

0.0669
338.96
4.45

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0669
339.48
3.05

0.0669
339.87
2.08

0.0669
340.24
1.11

0.0669
340.63
0.25

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene-d8
2000DE1
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 26.4, Mw/kg.mol = 27.2,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
79-24-3
nitroethane
C2H5NO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2362
268.58
5.26

0.2362
268.58
5.19

0.2362
268.68
4.07

0.2362
268.77
3.02

0.2362
268.88
1.78

0.2362
269.01
0.32

0.2121
268.68
5.11

0.2121
268.68
5.11

0.2121
268.78
3.99

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2121
268.89
2.75

0.2121
268.98
1.66

0.2121
269.11
0.34

0.1866
268.89
4.95

0.1866
268.88
4.94

0.1866
268.98
3.84

0.1866
269.07
2.75

0.1866
269.19
1.49

0.1866
269.28
0.48

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1644
269.07
4.44

0.1644
269.07
4.43

0.1644
269.19
3.25

0.1644
269.28
2.14

0.1644
269.35
1.40

0.1644
269.42
0.48

0.1453
269.07
4.52

0.1453
269.07
4.52

0.1453
269.18
3.21

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1453
269.28
2.09

0.1453
269.34
1.41

0.1453
269.42
0.54

0.1395
269.28
4.59

0.1395
269.28
4.55

0.1395
269.38
3.34

0.1395
269.49
1.98

0.1395
269.54
1.33

0.1395
269.62
0.39
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1202
269.18
4.73

0.1202
269.18
4.71

0.1202
269.29
3.52

0.1202
269.38
2.45

0.1202
269.49
1.28

0.1202
269.57
0.39

0.1021
268.98
4.46

0.1021
268.98
4.48

0.1021
269.07
3.32

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1021
269.17
2.33

0.1021
269.27
1.23

0.1021
269.34
0.35

0.0874
268.54
5.06

0.0874
268.54
5.07

0.0874
268.64
3.98

0.0874
268.74
2.77

0.0874
268.84
1.65

0.0874
268.93
0.60

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0764
268.13
4.88

0.0764
268.13
4.90

0.0764
268.25
3.58

0.0764
268.34
2.42

0.0764
268.43
1.41

0.0764
268.51
0.49

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2362
268.58
5.13

0.2362
268.58
5.06

0.2362
268.68
3.91

0.2362
268.77
2.90

0.2362
268.88
1.66

0.2362
269.01
0.26

0.2121
268.68
4.93

0.2121
268.68
4.99

0.2121
268.78
3.81

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2121
268.89
2.57

0.2121
268.98
1.49

0.2121
269.11
0.15

0.1866
268.89
4.62

0.1866
268.88
4.68

0.1866
268.98
3.52

0.1866
269.07
2.51

0.1866
269.19
1.23

0.1866
269.28
0.21

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1644
269.07
4.05

0.1644
269.07
4.03

0.1644
269.19
2.88

0.1644
269.28
1.86

0.1644
269.35
1.10

0.1644
269.42
0.11

0.1453
269.07
4.23

0.1453
269.07
4.23

0.1453
269.18
2.93

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1453
269.28
1.88

0.1453
269.34
1.22

0.1453
269.42
0.33

0.1395
269.28
4.28

0.1395
269.28
4.22

0.1395
269.38
3.03

0.1395
269.49
1.66

0.1395
269.54
1.01

0.1395
269.62
0.17

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1202
269.18
4.60

0.1202
269.18
4.58

0.1202
269.29
3.41

0.1202
269.38
2.36

0.1202
269.49
1.19

0.1202
269.57
0.29

0.1021
268.98
4.35

0.1021
268.98
4.39

0.1021
269.07
3.22

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1021
269.17
2.22

0.1021
269.27
1.09

0.1021
269.34
0.26

0.0874
268.54
4.94

0.0874
268.54
4.92

0.0874
268.64
3.84

0.0874
268.74
2.64

0.0874
268.84
1.48

0.0874
268.93
0.49

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0764
268.13
4.76

0.0764
268.13
4.78

0.0764
268.25
3.48

0.0764
268.34
2.29

0.0764
268.43
1.31

0.0764
268.51
0.39

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene-d8
2000DE1
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 83.5, Mw/kg.mol = 85.2,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
79-24-3
nitroethane
C2H5NO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2273
285.98
5.25

cloud points
0.2273
285.98
5.27

0.2273
286.19
4.08

0.2273
286.29
3.53

0.2273
286.38
3.02

0.2273
286.59
1.81

0.2273
286.65
1.50

0.2273
286.85
0.46

0.1992
286.49
4.65
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1992
286.49
4.65

0.1992
286.69
3.64

0.1992
286.90
2.49

0.1992
287.09
1.40

0.1992
287.29
0.46

0.1773
286.99
4.74

0.1773
286.99
4.74

0.1773
287.20
3.53

0.1773
287.40
2.43

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1773
287.61
1.35

0.1773
287.77
0.47

0.1522
287.30
4.80

0.1522
287.30
4.82

0.1522
287.49
3.72

0.1522
287.71
2.52

0.1522
287.92
1.33

0.1522
288.06
0.61

0.1315
287.49
4.77

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1315
287.49
4.80

0.1315
287.70
3.56

0.1315
287.91
2.37

0.1315
288.08
1.45

0.1315
288.27
0.41

0.1158
287.49
4.87

0.1158
287.50
4.86

0.1158
287.70
3.61

0.1158
287.92
2.38

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1158
288.08
1.51

0.1158
288.25
0.53

0.1124
288.06
0.67

0.1124
288.07
0.61

0.1124
288.09
0.51

0.1124
288.12
0.36

0.1124
288.14
0.25

0.0995
287.40
4.61

0.0995
287.40
4.62

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0995
287.61
3.42

0.0995
287.80
2.30

0.0995
287.96
1.37

0.0995
288.11
0.56

0.0840
287.30
4.65

0.0840
287.30
4.66

0.0840
287.49
3.49

0.0840
287.71
2.28

0.0840
287.85
1.46

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0840
288.06
0.27

0.0703
286.99
4.82

0.0703
287.00
4.82

0.0703
287.21
3.53

0.0703
287.40
2.42

0.0703
287.56
1.45

0.0703
287.75
0.38

0.0531
286.28
4.92

0.0531
286.28
4.92

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0531
286.50
3.64

0.0531
286.70
2.43

0.0531
286.85
1.54

0.0531
287.05
0.34

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2273
285.98
5.08

0.2273
285.98
5.09

0.2273
286.19
3.91

0.2273
286.29
3.23

0.2273
286.38
2.80

0.2273
286.59
1.67

0.2273
286.65
1.31

0.2273
286.85
0.28

0.1992
286.49
4.53

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1992
286.49
4.54

0.1992
286.69
3.49

0.1992
286.90
2.36

0.1992
287.09
1.30

0.1992
287.29
0.36

0.1773
286.99
4.65

0.1773
286.99
4.65

0.1773
287.20
3.40

0.1773
287.40
2.34

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1773
287.61
1.25

0.1773
287.77
0.40

0.1522
287.30
4.76

0.1522
287.30
4.76

0.1522
287.49
3.64

0.1522
287.71
2.41

0.1522
287.92
1.25

0.1522
288.06
0.54

0.1315
287.49
4.62

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1315
287.49
4.65

0.1315
287.70
3.37

0.1315
287.91
2.17

0.1315
288.08
1.30

0.1315
288.27
0.24

0.1158
287.49
4.61

0.1158
287.50
4.61

0.1158
287.70
3.34

0.1158
287.92
2.14

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1158
288.08
1.29

0.1158
288.25
0.32

0.1124
288.06
0.43

0.1124
288.07
0.33

0.1124
288.09
0.23

0.1124
288.12
0.08

0.1124
288.14
0.02

0.0995
287.40
4.40

0.0995
287.40
4.41

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0995
287.61
3.24

0.0995
287.80
2.08

0.0995
287.96
1.16

0.0995
288.11
0.39

0.0840
287.30
4.52

0.0840
287.30
4.58

0.0840
287.49
3.38

0.0840
287.71
2.14

0.0840
287.85
1.35

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0840
288.06
0.15

0.0703
286.99
4.72

0.0703
287.00
4.72

0.0703
287.21
3.42

0.0703
287.40
2.31

0.0703
287.56
1.37

0.0703
287.75
0.26

0.0531
286.28
4.80

0.0531
286.28
4.81
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0531
286.50
3.52

0.0531
286.70
2.28

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.0531
287.05
0.22

polystyrene-d8
2000DE1
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 83.5, Mw/kg.mol = 85.2,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
57817-88-6
nitroethane-d5
C2D5NO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.0531
286.85
1.41

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1964
308.08
6.28

0.1964
308.09
6.28

0.1964
308.18
5.85

0.1964
308.28
5.38

0.1964
308.48
4.69

0.1964
308.76
3.58

0.1964
309.06
2.45

0.1964
309.25
1.72

0.1964
309.65
0.24

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1741
309.65
4.85

0.1741
309.95
3.61

0.1741
310.26
2.60

0.1741
310.51
1.67

0.1741
310.83
0.47

0.1519
310.46
4.59

0.1519
310.78
3.33

0.1519
311.03
2.28

0.1519
311.23
1.57

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1519
311.51
0.47

0.1330
310.68
4.53

0.1330
310.86
3.78

0.1330
311.18
2.57

0.1330
311.37
1.70

0.1330
311.65
0.63

0.1237
310.87
4.37

0.1237
310.87
4.36

0.1237
311.18
3.19

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1237
311.37
2.30

0.1237
311.59
1.43

0.1237
311.81
0.61

0.1183
310.77
4.48

0.1183
310.99
3.56

0.1183
311.27
2.43

0.1183
311.49
1.61

0.1183
311.78
0.50

0.1069
310.90
4.72

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1069
311.18
3.53

0.1069
311.38
2.63

0.1069
311.59
1.81

0.1069
311.92
0.55

0.0927
310.77
4.60

0.0927
311.09
3.37

0.0927
311.27
2.59

0.0927
311.49
1.83

0.0927
311.83
0.47

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0807
310.57
5.12

0.0807
310.77
4.34

0.0807
311.08
3.05

0.0807
311.38
1.89

0.0807
311.73
0.50

0.0715
310.60
4.45

0.0715
310.78
3.60

0.0715
311.10
2.35

0.0715
311.30
1.56

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1964
308.08
6.10

0.1964
308.09
6.22

0.1964
308.18
5.63

0.1964
308.28
5.23

0.1964
308.48
4.45

0.1964
308.76
3.45

0.1964
309.06
2.24

0.1964
309.25
1.58

0.1964
309.65
0.05

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1741
309.65
4.65

0.1741
309.95
3.48

0.1741
310.26
2.44

0.1741
310.51
1.50

0.1741
310.83
0.27

0.1519
310.46
4.46

0.1519
310.78
3.20

0.1519
311.03
2.13

0.1519
311.23
1.44

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1519
311.51
0.37

0.1330
310.68
4.36

0.1330
310.86
3.59

0.1330
311.18
2.43

0.1330
311.37
1.49

0.1330
311.65
0.42

0.1237
310.87
4.10

0.1237
310.87
4.12

0.1237
311.18
2.90

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1237
311.37
2.01

0.1237
311.59
1.12

0.1237
311.81
0.35

0.1183
310.77
4.13

0.1183
310.99
3.26

0.1183
311.27
2.16

0.1183
311.49
1.36

0.1183
311.78
0.25

0.1069
310.90
4.50
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1069
311.18
3.24

0.1069
311.38
2.37

0.1069
311.59
1.54

0.1069
311.92
0.27

0.0927
310.77
4.37

0.0927
311.09
3.10

0.0927
311.27
2.38

0.0927
311.49
1.51

0.0927
311.83
0.22

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0807
310.57
4.93

0.0807
310.77
4.08

0.0807
311.08
2.82

0.0807
311.38
1.66

0.0807
311.73
0.26

0.0715
310.60
4.31

0.0715
310.78
3.47

0.0715
311.10
2.12

0.0715
311.30
1.33

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

Solvent (A):

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
2-propanone
C3H6O

1991SZY

67-64-1

cloud points (UCST behavior)

wB
T/K
(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

0.19
287
1.70

0.20
286
1.75

0.23
285
1.76

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
2-propanone
C3H6O

1991SZY

67-64-1

cloud points (LCST behavior)

wB = 0.20

(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1 = +6.53

T/K = 400

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

67-64-1

(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1 = 1.10

T/K = 270

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

1991SZY

cloud points (UCST behavior)

wB = 0.20

Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 6.57, Mw/kg.mol1 = 7.82,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
2-propanone
C3H6O

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 6.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 7.8,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
2-propanone
C3H6O

1992SZY

67-64-1

cloud points

wB
B =
T/K
(dT/dP)P=1/K.MPa1

0.077
0.059
248.40
1.10

0.090
0.069
249.75
0.95

0.112
0.087
252.60
0.76

0.145
0.113
254.20
0.70

0.170
0.133
254.53
0.73

0.200
0.158
254.46
0.78

0.325
0.265
251.65
0.74
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continued
Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
B =
T/K
(dT/dP)P=1/K.MPa1

0.077
0.059
247.40
0.90

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.090
0.068
245.15
0.74

0.090
0.068
244.87
0.78

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.146
0.112
247.92
0.74

0.164
0.126
248.18
0.75

0.218
0.171
247.52
0.75

0.292
0.234
246.09
0.72

0.146
0.112
247.77
0.79

0.164
0.126
247.86
0.73

0.218
0.171
247.52
0.75

0.292
0.234
246.00
0.80

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.34, Mw/kg.mol1 = 8.0,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.170
0.133
254.29
0.68

0.200
0.158
254.00

0.325
0.265
251.43
0.70

1992SZY

67-64-1

spinodal points

wB
B =
T/K
(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1

Type of data:

0.145
0.113
253.70

cloud points

wB
B =
T/K
(dT/dP)P=0/K.MPa1
Type of data:

0.112
0.087
251.75

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 10.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 11.5,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.090
0.069
249.50
0.76

1995LUS

67-64-1

cloud points

0.222
253.77
0.07

0.222
253.45
0.34

0.222
253.19
0.72

0.222
252.98
1.02

0.222
252.83
1.25

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.220

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 11.35, Mw/kg.mol1 = 11.7,
Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.210
273.75
1.42

cloud points
0.210
274.16
1.07

0.210
274.68
0.61

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0.210
274.91
0.41

1995LUS

67-64-1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1995LUS

67-64-1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.102
281.41
1.08

0.102
281.42
1.11

0.102
281.83
0.92

0.102
282.19
0.64

0.102
282.42
0.65

0.102
282.78
0.31

0.107
283.19
0.62

0.107
282.37
1.13

0.107
281.91
1.24

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.107
281.60
1.27

0.107
281.30
1.47

0.163
287.13
0.08

0.163
287.11
0.09

0.163
286.65
0.30

0.163
286.44
0.42

0.163
285.96
0.70

0.163
285.49
0.97

0.163
285.27
1.12

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.163
284.71
1.45

0.197
285.60
0.40

0.197
285.26
0.59

0.197
284.89
0.84

0.197
284.60
0.98

0.212
286.l2
0.05

0.212
285.42
0.44

0.212
285.26
0.56

0.212
284.50
0.99

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.212
284.11
1.21

0.212
283.63
1.55

0.229
285.77
0.07

0.229
285.35
0.31

0.229
285.17
0.41

0.229
284.79
0.64

0.229
284.52
0.82

0.229
284.14
1.04

0.229
283.80
1.28

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.264
285.10
0.07

0.264
285.04
0.09

0.264
284.82
0.20

0.264
284.60
0.33

0.264
284.39
0.46

0.264
284.07
0.66

0.264
283.64
0.90

0.264
283.32
1.10

0.264
283.23
1.16

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.102
281.41
0.84

0.102
281.42
0.94

0.102
281.83
0.73

0.102
282.19
0.47

0.102
282.42
0.39

0.102
282.78
0.05

0.107
283.19
0.27

0.107
282.37
0.80

0.107
281.91
0.97

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.107
281.60
1.06

0.107
281.30
1.24

0.163
286.65
0.09

0.163
286.44
0.07

0.163
285.96
0.25

0.163
285.49
0.62

0.163
285.27
0.69

0.163
284.71
1.06

0.197
285.60
0.30

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.197
285.26
0.51

0.197
284.89
0.72

0.197
284.60
0.88

0.212
285.42
0.34

0.212
285.26
0.43

0.212
284.50
0.88

0.212
284.11
1.12

0.212
283.63
1.41

0.229
285.35
0.21

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.229
285.17
0.32

0.229
284.79
0.53

0.229
284.52
0.70

0.229
284.14
0.92

0.229
283.80
1.12

0.264
284.82
0.11

0.264
284.60
0.04

0.264
284.39
0.17

0.264
284.07
0.35

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.264
283.64
0.65

0.264
283.32
0.81

0.264
283.23
0.85

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.220

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.45, Mw/kg.mol1 = 22.1,
Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1995LUS

67-64-1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.111
321.22
1.56

0.111
322.81
1.18

0.111
322.82
1.19

0.111
326.73
0.74

0.111
329.25
0.47

0.111
330.88
0.31

0.111
365.52
0.55

0.111
367.63
0.75

0.111
371.30
0.99

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.111
375.80
1.49

0.111
378.48
1.78

0.146
325.87
1.55

0.146
327.52
1.33

0.146
330.55
0.98

0.146
333.20
0.75

0.146
337.06
0.47

0.146
340.93
0.33

0.146
342.45
0.32

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.146
344.05
0.26

0.146
351.54
0.29

0.146
353.15
0.30

0.146
355.25
0.45

0.146
358.39
0.60

0.146
362.31
0.86

0.146
366.80
1.18

0.146
371.68
1.59

0.146
374.10
1.82

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.158
325.17
1.81

0.158
329.19
1.29

0.158
332.14
0.98

0.158
340.37
0.48

0.158
344.55
0.39

0.158
348.88
0.38

0.158
354.68
0.51

0.158
359.23
0.71

0.158
366.57
1.19

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.158
372.72
1.73

0.163
327.82
1.56

0.163
330.90
1.20

0.163
334.09
0.92

0.163
337.43
0.68

0.163
340.81
0.55

0.163
344.46
0.48

0.163
346.55
0.47

0.163
349.25
0.47

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.163
352.96
0.54

0.163
358.40
0.75

0.163
362.91
1.00

0.163
367.21
1.30

0.163
372.39
1.73

0.169
327.38
1.45

0.169
327.25
1.43

0.169
330.92
1.01

0.169
334.48
0.71

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.169
337.35
0.54

0.169
341.57
0.39

0.169
346.73
0.35

0.169
351.19
0.41

0.169
357.06
0.59

0.169
367.75
1.29

0.169
375.89
2.00

0.174
328.21
1.38

0.174
331.83
0.97

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.174
335.82
0.68

0.174
339.91
0.45

0.174
342.81
0.37

0.174
347.19
0.34

0.174
351.33
0.40

0.174
356.23
0.58

0.174
361.75
0.85

0.174
367.39
1.25

0.174
373.22
1.75

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.185
329.45
1.23

0.185
332.27
0.96

0.185
335.50
0.72

0.185
338.67
0.55

0.185
342.72
0.40

0.185
345.75
0.37

0.185
350.24
0.38

0.185
353.05
0.44

0.185
358.41
0.67

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.185
363.93
0.99

0.185
368.03
1.29

0.185
373.76
1.79

0.213
326.70
1.61

0.213
329.17
1.31

0.213
332.66
0.95

0.213
335.29
0.77

0.213
342.10
0.46

0.213
344.41
0.44

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.213
346.66
0.45

0.213
352.30
0.53

0.213
357.91
0.73

0.213
364.35
1.11

0.213
369.74
1.52

0.213
372.95
1.80

0.249
324.78
1.59

0.249
328.07
1.14

0.249
331.15
0.79

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.249
334.45
0.51

0.249
339.12
0.27

0.249
354.98
0.30

0.249
358.42
0.46

0.249
364.97
0.86

0.249
371.79
1.40

0.249
376.92
1.89

0.273
321.19
1.71

0.273
324.14
1.30

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.273
327.28
0.87

0.273
329.31
0.63

0.273
362.71
0.47

0.273
365.18
0.64

0.273
373.24
1.29

0.273
378.35
1.83

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.45, Mw/kg.mol1 = 22.1,
Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1995LUS

67-64-1

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.111
321.22
0.95

0.111
322.81
0.85

0.111
322.82
0.88

0.111
326.73
0.14

0.111
329.25
0.14

0.111
330.88
0.37

0.111
365.52
0.32

0.111
367.63
0.32

0.111
371.30
0.71

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.111
375.80
1.17

0.111
378.48
1.32

0.146
325.87
0.78

0.146
330.55
0.27

0.146
333.20
0.09

0.146
340.93
0.28

0.146
342.45
0.22

0.146
344.05
0.29

0.146
351.54
0.22

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.146
355.25
0.09

0.146
358.39
0.24

0.146
362.31
0.20

0.146
366.80
0.59

0.146
374.10
1.39

0.158
325.17
1.39

0.158
329.19
0.88

0.158
332.14
0.47

0.158
340.37
0.11

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.158
348.88
0.07

0.158
354.68
0.31

0.158
359.23
0.50

0.158
366.57
1.04

0.163
327.82
1.34

0.163
330.90
0.89

0.163
334.09
0.64

0.163
337.43
0.42

0.163
340.81
0.18

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.163
344.46
0.18

0.163
349.25
0.23

0.163
358.40
0.32

0.163
362.91
0.12

0.163
367.21
0.25

0.163
372.39
0.18

0.169
327.38
0.87

0.169
327.25
1.56

0.169
330.92
1.08

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.169
334.48
0.14

0.169
337.35
0.17

0.169
341.57
0.49

0.169
346.73
0.74

0.169
351.19
1.10

0.169
357.06
1.57

0.169
367.75
0.97

0.169
375.89
1.00

0.174
328.21
0.63

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.174
331.83
0.67

0.174
335.82
0.33

0.174
339.91
0.20

0.174
342.81
0.17

0.174
347.19
0.13

0.174
351.33
0.17

0.174
356.23
0.30

0.174
361.75
0.64

0.174
367.39
1.06

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.174
373.22
1.57

0.185
329.45
1.09

0.185
332.27
0.77

0.185
335.50
0.49

0.185
338.67
0.34

0.185
342.72
0.19

0.185
345.75
0.18

0.185
350.24
0.24

0.185
353.05
0.31

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.185
358.41
0.51

0.185
363.93
0.83

0.185
368.03
1.15

0.185
373.76
1.62

0.213
326.70
1.47

0.213
329.17
1.12

0.213
332.66
0.60

0.213
335.29
0.59

0.213
342.10
0.25

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.213
344.41
0.27

0.213
346.66
0.17

0.213
352.30
0.34

0.213
357.91
0.61

0.213
364.35
0.92

0.213
369.74
1.35

0.213
372.95
1.65

0.249
324.78
0.80

0.249
328.07
0.28

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.249
331.15
0.25

0.249
334.45
0.19

0.249
339.12
0.28

0.249
354.98
0.34

0.249
358.42
0.14

0.249
364.97
0.27

0.249
371.79
0.95

0.249
376.92
1.49

0.273
321.19
1.46

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.273
324.14
1.17

0.273
327.28
0.73

0.273
329.31
0.47

0.273
362.71
0.19

0.273
365.18
0.38

0.273
373.24
1.15

0.273
378.35
1.63

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.22

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene-d8
1995LUS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 10.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 10.5,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
67-64-1
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

cloud points

0.209
234.95
1.55

0.209
234.60
2.02

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.209
235.25
1.11

polystyrene-d8
1995LUS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 26.9,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
67-64-1
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.209
235.98
0.15

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.132
274.49
1.89

0.132
275.63
1.31

0.132
276.62
0.73

0.132
277.47
0.29

0.157
275.91
1.69

0.157
276.65
1.30

0.157
277.79
0.71

0.181
276.13
1.89

0.181
276.79
1.53

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.181
279.62
1.14

0.214
275.36
2.57

0.214
276.70
1.83

0.214
277.34
1.49

0.214
277.93
1.14

0.214
279.30
0.47

0.233
275.02
2.48

0.233
277.09
1.41

0.233
278.16
0.88

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.233
279.03
0.45

0.253
274.58
2.23

0.253
275.75
1.73

0.253
277.78
0.71

0.253
278.61
0.35

0.270
273.48
2.25

0.270
274.46
1.76

0.270
275.94
1.03

0.270
277.36
0.31

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.300
270.82
1.11

0.300
271.26
0.84

0.300
271.87
0.57

0.300
272.42
0.28

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 15.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 16.6,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2002RE2

67-64-1

cloud points (negative pressures were measured using a Berthelot tube technique)

wB = 0.180

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

257.4
767.0

258.1
634.3

258.2
600.0

258.9
525.0

262.9
425.0

265.0
370.0

273.0
255.0

280.0
158.6

283.0
125.5

T/K
P/bar

289.0
82.5

293.0
62.5

298.0
32.5

303.0
0.4

307.5
15.2

308.0
20.2

313.0
26.1

323.0
32.4

336.5
32.8

T/K
P/bar

351.5
26.1

368.0
10.2

380.0
4.4

403.5
43.0

417.0
61.5

430.5
97.0

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 23.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 24.7,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
2-propanone
C3H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2002RE2

67-64-1

cloud points (negative pressures were measured using a Berthelot tube technique)

wB = 0.018

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

251.0
700.00

251.5
590.00

253.0
536.50

253.0
630.00

256.3
455.00

258.0
403.00

263.0
296.80

265.0
260.00

273.0
156.00

T/K
P/bar

277.3
113.00

281.8
78.80

286.0
49.30

293.4
10.00

295.0
0.28

298.5
21.60

299.8
27.70

301.0
26.40

301.6
29.40

T/K
P/bar

301.9
30.30

303.2
35.10

304.0
41.00

308.0
42.00

368.0
26.70

375.0
15.60

381.0
12.40

383.0
6.20

390.3
5.70

T/K
P/bar

401.0
20.00

413.0
40.00

422.5
50.00

433.0
73.00

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 70.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 187,
Mitsui Toatsu Chemicals, Inc., Japan
propionitrile
C3H5N

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1994IMR

107-12-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.044
316.75
3.23

0.044
323.15
0.02

0.044
330.05
1.95

0.063
335.05
3.77

0.063
337.35
1.81

0.063
339.95
0.03

0.063
341.55
0.95

0.063
345.55
1.15

0.104
346.65
2.60

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.104
351.65
1.37

0.104
359.35
0.95

0.104
371.15
0.40

0.104
372.00
0.50

0.201
347.15
2.01

0.201
350.65
1.80

0.201
353.10
1.39

0.201
356.15
0.70

0.201
358.55
0.32

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.201
362.05
0.21

0.201
369.80
0.36

0.201
372.35
0.42

0.201
377.55
0.51

0.201
391.55
0.48

0.201
392.75
0.31

0.201
396.75
0.27

0.201
401.10
0.01

0.201
420.80
1.45

Comments:

The negative pressures were measured using a Berthelot tube technique.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.34, Mw/kg.mol1 = 8.0,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
propionitrile
C3H5N

1996LUS

107-12-0

cloud points

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600


267.151 267.623 267.948 268.421 268.936 268.397 268.856 269.421 269.981
3.518
2.869
2.366
1.511
0.917
0.508
3.682
2.903
2.045
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800


270.454 270.934 271.222 267.979 268.447 268.999 268.503 269.986 270.522
1.430
0.721
0.369
4.058
3.390
2.688
1.866
1.255
0.427

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.2100 0.2100 0.2100


268.939 269.449 269.938 270.553 271.086 271.395 268.077 268.470 268.923
4.139
3.412
2.658
1.979
1.267
0.906
3.025
2.602
4.196

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2100 0.2100 0.2100 0.2100 0.2100 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200


269.513 269.977 270.491 270.960 271.482 268.994 268.436 270.010 270.486
3.780
2.820
2.048
1.532
0.840
4.086
3.622
2.461
2.274

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2200 0.2200 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400


270.988 271.483 268.877 269.461 270.028 270.518 270.930 271.494 271.950
1.346
0.749
4.896
4.305
3.623
2.952
2.319
1.613
1.180

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2400 0.2500 0.2500 0.2500 0.2500 0.2500 0.2600 0.2600 0.2600


272.245 269.072 269.576 270.128 271.130 271.525 269.531 269.954 270.493
0.688
3.971
3.267
2.763
1.249
0.845
4.404
3.874
3.162

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2600 0.2600 0.2600 0.2600 0.2800 0.2800 0.2800 0.2800 0.2800


271.082 271.468 271.926 272.497 269.840 270.538 270.957 271.445 271.979
2.399
1.901
1.328
0.558
4.802
3.565
2.914
2.111
1.649

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2800 0.2800 0.2800 0.3000 0.3000 0.3000 0.3000 0.3000 0.3000


272.465 272.465 272.784 268.445 269.027 269.466 270.143 270.641 271.018
0.922
1.137
0.742
5.566
4.813
4.417
3.424
2.562
2.075

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3000 0.3000 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300


271.438 271.933 267.859 268.475 268.972 269.397 269.948 270.515 271.032
1.653
1.022
4.575
3.748
3.230
2.672
1.964
1.409
0.718

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3591 0.3591 0.3591 0.3591 0.3591 0.3591 0.3591


268.225 268.594 268.977 269.516 270.019 270.425 270.995
4.441
3.952
3.393
2.711
1.981
1.421
0.654

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600


267.151 267.623 267.948 268.421 268.936 268.397 268.856 269.421 269.981
3.256
4.479
2.004
1.337
0.595
0.197 3.076
2.304
1.666

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800


270.454 270.934 271.222 267.979 268.447 268.999 268.503 269.986 270.522
0.843
0.225
0.185
3.442
2.705
1.800
1.183
0.483
0.036

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.2100 0.2100 0.2100


268.939 269.449 269.938 270.553 271.086 271.395 268.077 268.470 268.923
3.880
3.007
2.365
1.585
0.820
0.498
2.204
2.070
3.689

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2100 0.2100 0.2100 0.2100 0.2100 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200


269.513 269.977 270.491 270.960 271.482 268.994 268.436 270.010 270.486
2.325
1.547
0.752
0.194
3.860
3.077
2.359
1.755

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2200 0.2200 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400


270.988 271.483 268.877 269.461 270.028 270.518 270.930 271.494 271.950
1.105
0.462
4.691
3.420
3.118
2.020
1.596
0.800
0.258
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2400 0.2500 0.2500 0.2500 0.2500 0.2500 0.2600 0.2600 0.2600


272.245 269.072 269.576 270.128 271.130 271.525 269.531 269.954 270.493
0.128
3.785
3.075
2.181
0.783
0.381
4.214
3.680
2.923

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2600 0.2600 0.2600 0.2600 0.2800 0.2800 0.2800 0.2800 0.2800


271.082 271.468 271.926 272.497 269.840 270.538 270.957 271.445 271.979
2.187
1.662
0.988
0.279
4.369
3.224
2.689
1.882
1.404

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2800 0.2800 0.2800 0.3000 0.3000 0.3000 0.3000 0.3000 0.3000


272.465 272.465 272.784 268.445 269.027 269.466 270.143 270.641 271.018
0.277
4.339
0.701
3.811
1.633
1.652
1.349

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3000 0.3000 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300 0.3300


271.438 271.933 267.859 268.475 268.972 269.397 269.948 270.515 271.032
0.964
0.223
3.622
2.053
2.356
1.947
1.144
0.153 0.756

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.3591 0.3591 0.3591 0.3591 0.3591 0.3591 0.3591


268.225 268.594 268.977 269.516 270.019 270.425 270.995
3.870
1.465
2.669
0.458 0.750 0.247 0.959

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
propionitrile
C3H5N

1996LUS

107-12-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1906 0.1906 0.1906 0.1906


307.292 307.952 308.506 308.947 309.475 308.495 308.969 309.496 309.974
2.554
2.133
1.900
1.487
1.256
1.778
1.459
1.194
0.921

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1906 0.2256 0.2256 0.2256 0.2256 0.2256


310.369 305.873 306.207 307.297 308.274 309.210
0.744
3.351
3.035
2.300
1.674
1.098

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1906 0.1906 0.1906 0.1906


307.292 307.952 308.506 308.947 309.475 308.495 308.969 309.496 309.974
2.252
1.841
1.600
1.304
1.066
1.140
0.796
0.447
0.080

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1906 0.2256 0.2256 0.2256 0.2256 0.2256


310.369 305.873 306.207 307.297 308.274 309.210
0.181
2.909
2.712
2.034
1.484
1.018

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
1996LUS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 15.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 16.7,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
propionitrile (75% deuterated at CH2)
C3H5N/C3H3D2N
107-12-0/24300-23-0

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000


323.698 323.695 330.240 330.239 337.046 337.039 337.037 445.521 445.513
5.540
5.539
2.922
2.964
0.549
0.445
0.514
1.015
0.882

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499


445.513 454.443 463.595 463.592 330.263 330.274 338.051 338.047 343.830
0.820
1.858
2.894
2.834
5.203
5.211
2.282
2.249
0.575

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.2000 0.2000


343.827 436.837 436.823 445.574 445.555 454.465 454.469 330.240 330.247
0.582
0.716
0.765
1.744
1.735
2.778
2.812
5.238
5.253

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000


336.994 336.992 343.826 343.832 436.736 436.730 445.503 445.498 454.431
2.686
2.664
0.659
0.665
0.791
0.803
1.903
1.897
3.008

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402


330.365 330.351 330.355 330.343 335.772 335.766 341.227 341.219 342.888
3.865
4.352
4.666
4.714
2.837
2.628
1.061
0.967
0.580

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533


330.270 337.948 340.070 340.049 436.726 436.737 445.534 445.527 454.467
4.519
1.847
1.170
1.186
0.712
0.706
1.819
1.820
3.012

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2533 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610


454.453 462.646 462.497 454.442 454.446 447.535 447.536 441.496 436.768
3.014
3.972
3.975
2.975
2.965
2.122
2.156
1.366
0.843

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610


436.755 325.361 325.333 330.352 330.346 335.723 335.723 341.393 341.386
0.815
5.693
5.476
3.577
3.607
2.207
2.140
0.443
0.421

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000


323.698 323.695 330.240 330.239 337.046 337.039 337.037 445.521 445.513
3.503
4.817
1.695
0.751
4.110 2.901 2.867 0.445
4.122

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1000 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499


445.513 454.443 463.595 463.592 330.263 330.274 338.051 338.047 343.830
0.104 1.328
2.332
2.469
3.994
4.045
0.607 0.744
2.058

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.1499 0.2000 0.2000


343.827 436.837 436.823 445.574 445.555 454.465 454.469 330.240 330.247
1.279 0.367 3.810 0.551
1.090 2.052
0.082
4.914
5.007

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000 0.2000


336.994 336.992 343.826 343.832 436.736 436.730 445.503 445.498 454.431
1.975
2.148
0.113
0.286
0.471
0.554
1.492
1.518
2.591

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402 0.2402


330.365 330.351 330.355 330.343 335.772 335.766 341.227 341.219 342.888
0.504 3.703
4.459
4.543
1.976
2.489
0.623
0.828
0.359
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533 0.2533


330.270 337.948 340.070 340.049 436.726 436.737 445.534 445.527 454.467
1.074
0.545
0.637
0.281
0.463
1.240
1.291
2.010

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2533 0.2533 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610


454.453 462.646 462.497 454.442 454.446 447.535 447.536 441.496 436.768
2.301
3.406
3.497
2.319
2.326
1.077
1.264
0.510
0.603

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610 0.2610


436.755 325.361 325.333 330.352 330.346 335.723 335.723 341.393 341.386
0.344
5.134
5.411
1.571
2.304
1.828
1.436
0.371 0.157

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.45, Mw/.g.mol1 = 22.1,
Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
propionitrile
C3H5N

1996LUS

107-12-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600


331.770 331.771 337.301 337.300 433.404 433.385 445.537 454.400 454.407
2.413
2.049
0.893
0.534
1.044
0.987
2.223
3.527
3.433

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900


336.255 336.243 344.053 344.053 351.039 351.037 421.594 421.573 421.571
4.261
4.383
2.451
2.075
0.676
0.617
0.920
0.955
1.070

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.1076


428.369 428.371 436.952 436.953 445.765 445.767 454.720 454.712 337.250
1.454
1.713
2.403
2.184
3.425
3.430
4.388
4.403
4.400

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076


337.250 344.098 344.100 351.095 351.082 351.083 355.350 355.351 420.023
4.353
3.033
2.973
1.946
1.736
1.377
1.009
0.861
1.086

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076


428.443 428.439 437.035 437.038 437.036 445.843 445.842 454.781 454.778
1.956
1.930
2.804
2.667
2.922
3.708
3.838
4.900
4.926

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1600 0.1600


337.180 337.179 337.173 344.101 344.102 351.080 351.072 337.157 337.142
4.889
4.804
4.633
2.668
2.905
1.375
1.362
5.387
5.140

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600


337.138 343.960 343.961 343.965 350.936 350.939 357.997 357.991 360.818
5.109
3.149
3.193
3.084
1.545
1.750
0.568
0.602
0.241

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600


360.815 410.364 410.302 419.885 419.884 428.336 428.344 436.922 436.920
0.182
0.616
0.488
1.144
1.179
1.940
1.909
2.878
2.854

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899


445.755 445.746 454.689 454.691 336.998 336.994 343.823 343.823 350.807
3.850
3.817
4.729
4.848
4.956
4.915
3.093
3.030
1.606
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899


350.806 355.097 355.095 357.836 357.831 360.710 410.135 410.099 419.836
1.601
0.951
0.929
0.576
0.569
0.241
0.352
0.357
1.134

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899


419.829 428.285 428.284 436.891 436.895 445.680 445.682 454.629 454.635
1.153
1.968
1.947
2.834
2.818
3.777
3.823
4.881
4.834

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199


336.988 336.992 343.807 343.804 350.815 350.801 355.202 355.197 359.272
4.741
5.059
3.274
3.130
1.745
1.659
1.055
1.128
0.476

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199


359.268 411.469 411.480 419.692 419.662 428.099 428.101 436.717 436.694
0.502
0.542
0.599
1.424
1.241
1.991
2.026
2.821
2.883

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


445.482 445.484 454.423 454.416 336.980 336.977 343.788 343.813 350.806
3.859
3.922
4.847
4.729
4.546
4.539
2.699
2.680
1.281

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


350.798 355.232 355.226 357.840 357.841 414.134 414.392 419.714 419.704
1.308
0.620
0.584
0.269
0.275
0.498
0.577
1.001
0.995

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2750


428.141 428.149 436.737 436.713 445.540 445.539 454.457 454.465 337.076
1.857
1.822
2.688
2.699
3.650
3.660
4.732
4.704
4.304

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750


337.069 343.873 343.877 345.600 345.581 350.878 350.880 353.764 353.758
4.294
2.477
2.460
2.033
2.042
0.978
0.985
0.489
0.470

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750


416.490 416.452 419.623 419.624 428.112 428.111 436.712 436.673 445.469
0.546
0.537
0.935
0.951
1.765
1.758
2.644
2.629
3.582

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2750 0.2750 0.2750


445.463 454.396 454.380
3.608
4.670
4.671

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600 0.0600


331.770 331.771 337.301 337.300 433.404 433.385 445.537 454.400 454.407
1.324
1.593
0.239 0.017
0.188
0.248 0.760
2.990
2.663

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900


336.255 336.243 344.053 344.053 351.039 351.037 421.594 421.573 421.571
3.706
3.699
1.450
1.632
0.355
0.286
0.460
0.499
0.524

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.0900 0.1076


428.369 428.371 436.952 436.953 445.765 445.767 454.720 454.712 337.250
1.173
1.100
2.068
2.140
3.093
3.098
4.210
4.175
3.679

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076


337.250 344.098 344.100 351.095 351.082 351.083 355.350 355.351 420.023
3.863
1.572
1.640
0.457 1.113
0.682
0.190 0.326 0.539
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076 0.1076


428.443 428.439 437.035 437.038 437.036 445.843 445.842 454.781 454.778
1.318
1.482
2.272
1.928
2.502
3.327
3.274
4.218
4.418

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1600 0.1600


337.180 337.179 337.173 344.101 344.102 351.080 351.072 337.157 337.142
4.137
3.640
3.614
2.078
1.532
0.308
1.042
4.759
4.415

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600


337.138 343.960 343.961 343.965 350.936 350.939 357.997 357.991 360.818
4.642
2.519
2.577
2.399
1.091
0.824
0.122 0.025
0.239

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600


360.815 410.364 410.302 419.885 419.884 428.336 428.344 436.922 436.920
0.170 0.070 0.011 0.705
0.612
1.774
1.799
2.561
2.595

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1600 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899


445.755 445.746 454.689 454.691 336.998 336.994 343.823 343.823 350.807
3.387
3.505
3.782
4.573
4.505
4.668
2.689
2.831
1.340

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899


350.806 355.097 355.095 357.836 357.831 360.710 410.135 410.099 419.836
1.426
0.626
0.764
0.392
0.391
0.054
0.183
0.163
0.910

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899 0.1899


419.829 428.285 428.284 436.891 436.895 445.680 445.682 454.629 454.635
0.908
1.547
1.682
2.431
2.618
3.591
3.473
4.641
4.622

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199


336.988 336.992 343.807 343.804 350.815 350.801 355.202 355.197 359.272
4.736
4.752
2.745
2.865
1.382
1.490
0.720
0.739
0.292

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199


359.268 411.469 411.480 419.692 419.662 428.099 428.101 436.717 436.694
0.244
0.263
0.325
1.001
0.950
1.757
1.702
2.693
2.642

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2199 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


445.482 445.484 454.423 454.416 336.980 336.977 343.788 343.813 350.806
3.630
3.691
4.658
4.708
4.413
4.348
2.568
2.492
1.122

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


350.798 355.232 355.226 357.840 357.841 414.134 414.392 419.714 419.704
1.126
0.437
0.504
0.165
0.157
0.428
0.421
0.871
0.895

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2750


428.141 428.149 436.737 436.713 445.540 445.539 454.457 454.465 337.076
1.665
1.628
2.553
2.581
3.579
3.574
4.589
4.615
3.066

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750


337.069 343.873 343.877 345.600 345.581 350.878 350.880 353.764 353.758
3.203
0.915
1.384
0.998
0.835
0.072 0.000
0.694 0.525

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750 0.2750


416.490 416.452 419.623 419.624 428.112 428.111 436.712 436.673 445.469
0.060 0.007 0.530
0.150 0.869
0.586
1.964
2.289
3.316

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2750 0.2750 0.2750


445.463 454.396 454.380
3.305
4.278
4.007

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.45, Mw/.g.mol1 = 22.1,
Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
propionitrile (48% deuterated at CH2)
C3H5N/C3H3D2N

1996LUS

107-12-0/24300-23-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800


357.740 357.741 364.997 364.993 372.356 372.360 379.893 379.888 387.404
3.687
3.572
2.253
2.670
1.582
1.547
1.306
1.058
0.913

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800


387.413 395.342 395.341 403.261 403.256 411.385 411.387 419.576 419.550
0.956
0.836
0.911
0.999
0.952
1.301
1.613
1.865
1.820

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101


427.986 427.979 436.500 436.496 445.337 445.331 357.758 357.760 365.093
2.442
2.653
3.267
3.221
4.257
4.172
5.301
5.141
3.882

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101


365.090 372.385 372.383 380.021 380.015 387.561 387.560 395.380 395.383
3.782
3.423
3.031
2.269
2.364
2.172
2.038
1.815
1.939

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101


403.309 403.290 411.400 411.397 411.393 419.617 419.610 428.072 428.067
1.885
1.872
2.510
2.338
1.591
2.763
2.728
3.441
3.520

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1200 0.1200 0.1200 0.1200 0.1200


436.644 436.648 445.454 445.456 357.802 357.800 365.036 365.032 365.033
4.157
4.086
5.234
5.289
5.495
5.274
3.549
4.109
4.973

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1200 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447


365.042 365.034 365.039 372.386 372.391 379.919 379.920 387.571 387.572
3.935
4.785
4.768
3.573
3.491
2.842
2.670
2.583
2.472

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447


395.378 395.380 403.301 403.303 411.419 411.421 419.613 419.608 428.062
2.513
2.350
2.543
2.624
2.724
2.161
3.116
3.078
3.534

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500


428.064 436.687 436.684 445.457 445.458 357.796 357.794 365.057 365.038
3.658
4.475
4.358
5.160
5.159
5.693
5.807
4.340
4.329

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500


372.399 372.390 379.932 379.930 387.551 387.550 395.365 395.370 403.281
3.342
3.359
2.656
2.674
2.305
2.300
2.155
2.142
2.245

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500


403.280 411.410 411.409 411.404 419.630 419.629 419.628 428.095 428.092
2.244
2.580
2.620
2.579
2.986
3.015
2.948
3.544
3.595

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


436.673 436.675 445.478 445.474 445.471 357.783 357.786 365.044 365.038
4.254
4.296
5.091
5.016
5.116
5.770
5.510
4.360
4.312
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


372.394 372.391 379.930 379.930 387.575 387.575 395.401 395.393 403.293
3.393
3.047
2.754
2.796
2.232
2.282
2.201
2.085
2.141

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


403.286 411.442 411.435 419.663 419.656 428.114 428.114 436.551 436.557
2.221
2.485
2.518
2.957
2.944
3.608
3.586
4.288
4.332

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101


445.492 445.484 445.491 357.790 357.791 365.030 365.043 372.407 372.406
5.110
5.100
4.893
5.199
5.179
3.898
3.859
2.902
2.888

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101


379.933 379.930 387.540 387.541 395.392 395.390 403.305 403.303 411.427
2.254
2.255
1.911
1.888
1.778
1.785
1.901
1.927
2.198

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101


411.427 419.658 419.655 428.105 428.104 436.673 436.670 445.498 445.493
2.181
2.655
2.661
3.255
3.302
3.993
3.986
4.817
4.810

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400


357.803 357.802 365.054 365.051 372.419 372.416 379.949 379.942 387.470
4.785
4.774
3.474
3.465
2.527
2.534
1.931
1.927
1.596

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400


387.467 395.430 395.425 403.326 403.322 411.443 411.441 419.684 419.684
1.594
1.518
1.512
1.648
1.614
1.964
1.965
2.443
2.452

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726


428.131 428.133 436.696 436.693 445.529 445.535 350.782 350.783 357.901
3.037
3.072
3.802
3.794
4.751
4.792
4.841
4.879
3.343

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726


357.895 365.668 365.646 372.512 372.510 380.038 380.031 387.713 387.690
3.325
2.139
2.089
1.362
1.334
0.790
0.782
0.578
0.573

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726


395.511 395.508 403.446 403.441 411.723 411.703 419.644 419.644 428.302
0.628
0.633
0.885
0.886
1.308
1.348
1.848
1.845
2.526

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.3073 0.3073


428.297 436.690 436.684 445.492 445.485 343.805 343.803
2.521
3.343
3.292
4.234
4.123
4.981
4.984

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800


357.740 357.741 364.997 364.993 372.356 372.360 379.893 379.888 387.404
3.059
3.354
2.133
2.043
1.293
1.309
0.578
0.753
0.455

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800


387.413 395.342 395.341 403.261 403.256 411.385 411.387 419.576 419.550
0.189
0.356
0.186
0.577
0.531
0.955
0.738
1.317
1.545

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.0800 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101


427.986 427.979 436.500 436.496 445.337 445.331 357.758 357.760 365.093
2.101
2.077
2.737
2.560
3.746
3.747
5.139
5.020
3.691
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101


365.090 372.385 372.383 380.021 380.015 387.561 387.560 395.380 395.383
3.655
1.673
2.769
2.026
2.069
1.726
1.731
1.588
1.239

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101


403.309 403.290 411.400 411.397 411.393 419.617 419.610 428.072 428.067
1.712
1.635
1.798
1.234
1.884
2.330
2.416
2.889
3.106

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1101 0.1200 0.1200 0.1200 0.1200 0.1200


436.644 436.648 445.454 445.456 357.802 357.800 365.036 365.032 365.033
3.797
3.845
4.696
4.198
4.609
3.342
2.014
3.902
3.828

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1200 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447


365.042 365.034 365.039 372.386 372.391 379.919 379.920 387.571 387.572
3.821
4.308
4.311
3.100
3.137
2.475
2.527
1.972
1.993

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447


395.378 395.380 403.301 403.303 411.419 411.421 419.613 419.608 428.062
1.672
2.079
1.973
2.048
2.111
2.373
2.871
2.741
3.362

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1447 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500


428.064 436.687 436.684 445.457 445.458 357.796 357.794 365.057 365.038
3.306
4.181
4.019
4.835
4.897
5.602
5.475
4.142
4.169

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500


372.399 372.390 379.932 379.930 387.551 387.550 395.365 395.370 403.281
3.032
3.047
2.429
2.346
2.074
2.046
1.878
1.903
2.037

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500


403.280 411.410 411.409 411.404 419.630 419.629 419.628 428.095 428.092
2.029
2.382
2.204
2.222
2.631
2.776
2.731
3.294
3.276

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1500 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


436.673 436.675 445.478 445.474 445.471 357.783 357.786 365.044 365.038
3.941
4.052
4.841
4.778
4.805
5.475
5.422
3.998
4.008

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


372.394 372.391 379.930 379.930 387.575 387.575 395.401 395.393 403.293
2.751
3.046
2.062
2.424
1.949
1.965
1.835
1.846
1.958

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


403.286 411.442 411.435 419.663 419.656 428.114 428.114 436.551 436.557
1.954
2.203
2.192
2.633
2.672
3.354
3.313
3.990
3.961

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101


445.492 445.484 445.491 357.790 357.791 365.030 365.043 372.407 372.406
4.820
4.843
4.500
4.938
4.997
3.597
3.652
2.6250 2.761

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101


379.933 379.930 387.540 387.541 395.392 395.390 403.305 403.303 411.427
2.109
2.070
1.697
1.757
1.657
1.679
1.744
1.723
2.124

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101 0.2101


411.427 419.658 419.655 428.105 428.104 436.673 436.670 445.498 445.493
2.527
2.508
3.119
3.081
3.837
3.835
4.709
4.713
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400


357.803 357.802 365.054 365.051 372.419 372.416 379.949 379.942 387.470
3.863
3.711
2.925
2.885
1.850
1.669
0.808
0.968
0.323

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400


387.467 395.430 395.425 403.326 403.322 411.443 411.441 419.684 419.684
0.097
0.144 0.373
0.579
0.119 1.225
0.985
0.497
1.566

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2400 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726


428.131 428.133 436.696 436.693 445.529 445.535 350.782 350.783 357.901
2.303
1.513
2.048
2.533
4.146
2.331
3.881
3.195
1.081

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726


357.895 365.668 365.646 372.512 372.510 380.038 380.031 387.713 387.690
0.787
0.551
1.166
0.653 0.137 0.217 0.354 0.448 0.045

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726


395.511 395.508 403.446 403.441 411.723 411.703 419.644 419.644 428.302
0.195
0.269
0.290
0.174
0.087 0.232 1.166
1.211
1.924

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.2726 0.3073 0.3073


428.297 436.690 436.684 445.492 445.485 343.805 343.803
1.284
1.494
2.093
3.297
3.256
4.370
4.278

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.45, Mw/.g.mol1 = 22.1,
Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
propionitrile (63.55% deuterated at CH2)
C3H5N/C3H3D2N

1996LUS

107-12-0/24300-23-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800


372.424 372.414 379.970 379.948 387.582 387.588 395.407 395.408 403.104
5.410
5.410
4.542
4.553
3.998
3.977
3.686
3.706
3.612

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098


403.112 411.471 411.469 419.685 372.404 372.415 372.415 372.415 380.378
3.620
3.759
3.766
4.106
4.879
5.401
5.385
4.957
3.992

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098


380.344 387.507 387.501 395.424 395.416 403.327 403.325 403.325 411.445
4.004
3.510
3.566
3.340
3.324
3.379
3.625
3.322
3.554

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098


411.443 419.645 419.644 428.072 428.080 436.643 436.646 445.447 445.446
3.458
4.211
4.290
4.736
4.737
5.381
5.424
6.063
6.116

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2098 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401


419.650 365.080 365.078 372.387 372.388 380.020 380.015 387.610 387.607
4.423
5.712
5.711
4.510
4.509
3.644
3.659
3.121
3.115

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401


395.885 395.866 403.342 403.343 411.695 411.666 419.709 419.700 428.139
2.872
2.866
2.847
2.856
3.052
3.019
3.505
3.520
4.026
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700


428.143 436.720 436.724 445.520 445.520 445.522 365.092 365.087 372.436
4.054
4.717
4.709
5.515
5.536
5.485
5.552
5.597
4.408

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700


372.430 379.984 379.988 387.570 387.570 395.407 395.407 403.304 403.303
4.348
3.512
3.514
2.952
2.958
2.683
2.716
2.674
2.684

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700


411.453 411.449 419.630 419.630 428.111 428.110 436.743 436.723 445.577
2.944
2.927
3.330
3.310
3.859
3.835
4.525
4.521
5.350

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2700 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964


445.528 360.685 360.684 365.226 365.183 372.427 372.428 372.431 379.999
5.325
6.047
6.067
5.150
5.140
3.691
3.775
3.817
3.008

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964


379.998 387.592 387.596 395.420 395.425 403.292 403.283 411.438 411.424
3.024
2.549
2.550
2.339
2.342
2.398
2.362
2.595
2.602

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964


419.485 419.472 428.097 428.098 436.487 436.485 445.468 445.437 454.411
2.981
2.989
3.532
3.559
4.396
4.356
5.259
5.169
6.119

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800


372.424 372.414 379.970 379.948 387.582 387.588 395.407 395.408 403.104
5.105
5.268
4.203
4.395
3.741
3.800
3.423
3.403
3.432

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.1800 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098


403.112 411.471 411.469 419.685 372.404 372.415 372.415 372.415 380.378
3.372
3.563
3.583
3.902
4.693
4.715
4.710
4.714
3.808

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098


380.344 387.507 387.501 395.424 395.416 403.327 403.325 403.325 411.445
3.853
3.352
3.389
3.084
3.098
3.051
3.118
3.123
3.294

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098 0.2098


411.443 419.645 419.644 428.072 428.080 436.643 436.646 445.447 445.446
3.288
4.051
3.994
4.505
4.528
5.202
5.174
5.951
5.929

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2098 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401


419.650 365.080 365.078 372.387 372.388 380.020 380.015 387.610 387.607
4.154
5.586
5.549
4.291
4.420
3.412
3.489
2.865
2.948

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401


395.885 395.866 403.342 403.343 411.695 411.666 419.709 419.700 428.139
2.647
2.706
2.657
2.661
2.829
2.911
3.321
3.339
3.906

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2401 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700


428.143 436.720 436.724 445.520 445.520 445.522 365.092 365.087 372.436
4.575
4.400
5.371
5.315
5.0290 4.561
4.941
3.007

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700


372.430 379.984 379.988 387.570 387.570 395.407 395.407 403.304 403.303
3.786
2.944
2.421
2.422
2.423
1.903
2.539
2.157
2.252
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700 0.2700


411.453 411.449 419.630 419.630 428.111 428.110 436.743 436.723 445.577
2.297
2.506
2.724
2.891
3.340
3.333
3.844
3.803
4.487

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2700 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964


445.528 360.685 360.684 365.226 365.183 372.427 372.428 372.431 379.999
4.661
5.559
5.001
3.842
2.937
2.299
1.875
2.998
1.921

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964


379.998 387.592 387.596 395.420 395.425 403.292 403.283 411.438 411.424
2.240
1.297
1.125
1.557
1.221
1.005
1.628
1.920
1.609

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964 0.2964


419.485 419.472 428.097 428.098 436.487 436.485 445.468 445.437 454.411
2.187
1.591
2.971
3.021
3.491
3.662
3.286
3.225
5.652

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.45, Mw/.g.mol1 = 22.1,
Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
propionitrile (75% deuterated at CH2)
C3H5N/C3H3D2N

1996LUS

107-12-0/24300-23-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399


373.109 373.104 373.105 380.614 380.623 388.293 388.293 388.293 388.293
5.777
5.735
5.555
4.700
5.179
3.590
4.146
3.389
4.268

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399


396.073 396.076 403.969 403.971 412.105 412.145 420.378 420.372 428.821
3.794
3.648
3.725
3.651
3.845
3.741
4.223
3.960
4.385

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700


428.847 437.480 437.450 446.484 373.092 373.092 373.095 380.624 380.623
4.616
5.349
5.181
5.891
5.711
5.715
5.698
4.744
4.733

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700


388.244 388.245 396.093 396.085 404.061 404.031 413.878 420.348 420.350
4.092
4.100
3.743
3.746
3.629
3.633
3.803
4.084
4.094

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202


428.803 428.802 437.412 437.415 446.239 446.209 372.913 372.917 372.915
4.490
4.497
5.099
5.102
5.860
5.855
5.851
5.919
5.835

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202


380.578 380.575 388.239 388.241 396.057 396.063 403.989 403.989 403.989
4.838
4.871
4.105
4.367
3.885
3.905
3.762
3.820
3.775

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202


403.989 412.142 412.127 420.351 420.337 428.830 428.830 437.450 428.830
3.720
3.826
3.670
4.119
4.095
4.655
4.655
5.143
4.573

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2202 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299


437.431 372.488 372.492 379.987 387.629 387.629 395.570 395.567 403.590
5.101
6.065
6.082
5.157
4.407
4.262
3.907
3.919
3.799
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299


403.606 411.920 411.938 420.160 420.145 428.615 428.604 437.210 437.189
3.729
3.894
3.895
4.171
4.124
4.632
4.699
5.213
5.132

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588


380.009 380.009 387.600 387.593 395.371 395.384 403.281 403.320 411.465
4.883
4.868
4.189
4.218
3.789
3.826
3,694
3.742
3.823

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588


411.469 419.692 419.679 428.165 428.154 436.707 436.691
3.814
4.079
4.082
4.542
4.561
5.134
5.139

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399


373.109 373.104 373.105 380.614 380.623 388.293 388.293 388.293 388.293
5.344
5.154
5.306
4.279
4.337
3.590
3.611
3.389
3.325

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399


396.073 396.076 403.969 403.971 412.105 412.145 420.378 420.372 428.821
3.272
3.400
3.187
2.980
3.476
3.424
3.715
3.812
4.241

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1399 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700


428.847 437.480 437.450 446.484 373.092 373.092 373.095 380.624 380.623
4.378
4.730
4.764
5.561
5.560
5.553
5.592
4.4960 4.509

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700


388.244 388.245 396.093 396.085 404.061 404.031 413.878 420.348 420.350
3.875
3.916
3.481
3.528
3.400
3.369
3.564
3.896
3.858

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.1700 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202


428.803 428.802 437.412 437.415 446.239 446.209 372.913 372.917 372.915
4.264
4.319
4.903
4.924
5.653
5.683
5.515
5.652
5.729

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202


380.578 380.575 388.239 388.241 396.057 396.063 403.989 403.989 403.989
4.725
4.729
4.108
4.013
3.629
3.717
3.606
3.585
3.628

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202 0.2202


403.989 412.142 412.127 420.351 420.337 428.830 428.830 437.450 428.830
3.631
3.738
3.743
3.991
4.015
4.492
4.492
5.059
4.456

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2202 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299


437.431 372.488 372.492 379.987 387.629 387.629 395.570 395.567 403.590
5.072
5.976
5.999
4.778
4.247
4.192
3.806
3.818
3.678

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299 0.2299


403.606 411.920 411.938 420.160 420.145 428.615 428.604 437.210 437.189
3.689
3.790
3.782
4.066
4.052
4.531
4.545
5.129
5.096

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588


380.009 380.009 387.600 387.593 395.371 395.384 403.281 403.320 411.465
4.625
4.677
4.025
3.884
3.715
3.673
3.529
3.546
3.721

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588 0.2588


411.469 419.692 419.679 428.165 428.154 436.707 436.691
3.737
4.019
4.052
4.441
4.436
5.045
5.035

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 23.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 25.0,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
propionitrile
C3H5N

1996LUS

107-12-0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687


436.982 436.984 428.529 420.105 420.101 413.475 403.751 403.747 397.076
4.593
4.560
3.946
3.229
3.170
2.763
2.275
2.269
2.077

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687


397.085 387.998 387.989 380.095 380.110 380.107 372.753 372.723 366.403
2.044
1.997
2.001
2.174
1.401
2.176
2.601
2.607
3.198

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


366.009 358.121 358.116 365.993 365.996 373.340 373.345 380.978 380.974
3.237
4.333
4.405
4.905
4.924
4.151
3.995
3.521
3.434

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


388.677 388.669 396.524 396.529 396.529 396.529 404.434 404.432 412.646
3.140
2.902
3.080
3.046
2.955
3.013
3.299
3.212
3.456

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1999 0.1999


412.646 420.921 420.904 429.373 429.330 437.974 437.977 437.501 437.500
3.388
3.956
3.871
4.423
4.230
5.206
5.240
5.261
5.333

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999


437.510 428.865 428.857 420.705 420.674 412.373 412.350 404.353 404.339
5.477
4.726
4.522
4.183
3.909
3.583
3.589
3.244
3.286

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999


396.419 396.415 388.628 381.025 381.030 381.030 373.334 373.328 366.011
3.130
3.049
3.073
3.366
4.238
3.367
3.971
3.999
4.599

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.1999 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200


366.011 366.016 365.570 365.567 373.014 373.018 380.604 380.601 388.270
4.717
4.790
4.655
4.630
3.779
3.736
3.156
3.165
2.861

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200


388.259 396.102 396.100 403.934 403.933 412.096 412.100 420.560 420.572
2.864
2.800
2.813
2.913
2.932
3.235
3.221
3.710
3.699

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2308 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459


428.894 428.892 437.472 437.482 437.064 437.175 437.181 428.700 428.636
4.297
4.293
5.005
5.023
4.683
4.651
4.676
3.932
4.050

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459


420.286 420.277 420.214 412.202 412.045 404.140 404.135 396.033 396.035
3.452
3.474
3.473
3.035
3.002
2.523
2.446
2.314
2.341

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459


388.125 388.129 380.387 380.385 372.911 372.914 365.658 365.666 358.452
2.433
2.422
2.748
2.762
3.258
3.228
4.060
4.232
5.406
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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2459 0.2459 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798


358.449 358.453 437.980 429.468 429.462 429.464 420.935 420.934 412.739
5.451
5.388
3.211
2.832
2.759
2.532
1.932
1.881
1.004

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971


412.710 344.822 344.826 438.267 438.256 429.743 429.731 429.728 421.267
0.969
0.644
0.714
3.767
3.849
3.112
2.980
2.976
2.213

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971


421.249 413.028 413.027 413.024 404.747 404.741 396.954 358.883 358.883
2.192
1.618
1.600
1.670
0.963
0.979
0.637
0.757
0.778

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971


351.969 351.969 344.974 344.967 406.035 412.749 420.973 429.415 437.999
1.693
1.698
2.988
3.066
0.707
1.360
2.665
2.767
3.618

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687


436.982 436.984 428.529 420.105 420.101 413.475 403.751 403.747 397.076
4.075
3.939
2.479
2.155
2.935
2.118
1.765
1.771
1.411

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1687


397.085 387.998 387.989 380.095 380.110 380.107 372.753 372.723 366.403
1.748
1.569
1.615
1.886
0.373 1.739
2.217
2.135
2.904

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1687 0.1687 0.1687 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


366.009 358.121 358.116 365.993 365.996 373.340 373.345 380.978 380.974
2.979
4.216
3.897
4.729
4.760
3.769
3.905
3.245
3.280

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799


388.677 388.669 396.524 396.529 396.529 396.529 404.434 404.432 412.646
2.964
3.015
2.815
2.894
2.909
2.895
2.912
2.979
3.200

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1799 0.1999 0.1999


412.646 420.921 420.904 429.373 429.330 437.974 437.977 437.501 437.500
3.252
3.794
3.811
4.423
4.376
5.097
5.093
5.180
5.091

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999


437.510 428.865 428.857 420.705 420.674 412.373 412.350 404.353 404.339
5.194
4.351
4.393
3.708
3.861
3.311
3.328
3.006
3.058

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999


396.419 396.415 388.628 381.025 381.030 381.030 373.334 373.328 366.011
2.841
2.943
2.976
3.294
3.341
3.312
3.866
3.846
4.753

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.1999 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200


366.011 366.016 365.570 365.567 373.014 373.018 380.604 380.601 388.270
4.740
4.719
3.941
3.904
2.780
3.340
2.656
2.842
2.443

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200


388.259 396.102 396.100 403.934 403.933 412.096 412.100 420.560 420.572
2.393
2.186
2.313
2.514
2.572
2.862
2.852
3.355
3.361

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2200 0.2308 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459


428.894 428.892 437.472 437.482 437.064 437.175 437.181 428.700 428.636
3.848
3.773
4.513
4.497
4.644
3.676
3.596
1.903
3.113
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459


420.286 420.277 420.214 412.202 412.045 404.140 404.135 396.033 396.035
1.939
2.197
1.978
0.418
0.075
1.632 2.350 3.799 2.979

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459 0.2459


388.125 388.129 380.387 380.385 372.911 372.914 365.658 365.666 358.452
2.024 1.773 2.851 2.208 1.389 1.877 2.593 1.551 1.046

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2459 0.2459 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2798


358.449 358.453 437.980 429.468 429.462 429.464 420.935 420.934 412.739
1.537 1.562 3.092
2.003
1.453
2.316
0.451
1.073
4.083

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2798 0.2798 0.2798 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971


412.710 344.822 344.826 438.267 438.256 429.743 429.731 429.728 421.267
1.355 0.010 0.119 3.627
3.711
2.884
2.865
2.864
2.152

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971


421.249 413.028 413.027 413.024 404.747 404.741 396.954 358.883 358.883
2.117
2.544 0.959
0.725
0.169 0.153 1.035 0.111
0.306

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971 0.2971


351.969 351.969 344.974 344.967 406.035 412.749 420.973 429.415 437.999
1.036
1.225
2.440
1.469
0.756 0.352
1.426
2.522
3.348

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polystyrene-d8
1996LUS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 26.7,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
107-12-0
propionitrile
C3H5N

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100


298.411 298.417 300.909 300.912 304.551 304.550 304.548 433.682 433.647
3.855
3.881
2.595
2.622
0.970
0.884
0.945
0.722
0.716

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100


436.659 436.648 445.435 445.434 445.430 454.325 454.326 463.495 463.490
1.141
1.135
2.199
2.282
2.249
3.555
3.552
4.830
4.842

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1100 0.1100 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401


463.484 463.487 298.413 298.407 301.744 301.746 305.074 307.000 306.987
4.757
4.673
4.434
4.431
2.763
2.740
1.272
0.495
0.501

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401


431.523 431.515 436.657 436.664 445.455 445.436 454.385 454.377 463.517
0.613
0.607
1.309
1.286
2.487
2.478
3.733
3.706
4.969

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1401 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699


463.506 299.564 299.418 301.930 301.903 305.638 305.560 308.075 308.082
4.999
4.609
4.914
3.627
3.589
2.294
1.825
0.860
1.037

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699


431.307 431.300 436.635 436.638 445.431 445.424 454.336 455.293 455.293
0.720
0.825
1.418
1.550
2.791
2.760
3.906
3.987
3.981
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1699 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999


463.488 298.698 298.691 301.242 301.215 304.599 304.609 306.836 306.866
5.198
4.400
4.386
3.097
3.104
1.548
1.572
0.674
0.689

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999


433.304 433.303 436.649 436.646 445.412 445.426 454.364 454.359 463.517
0.943
0.991
1.460
1.469
2.663
2.653
3.876
3.881
5.222

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301


463.520 294.662 294.663 294.674 298.524 298.527 298.522 301.023 301.014
5.207
4.966
5.030
5.011
2.894
3.026
3.087
1.854
1.889

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301


303.396 303.411 303.408 304.645 304.647 431.698 431.701 436.840 436.841
1.239
1.075
1.465
1.047
1.147
0.657
0.672
1.360
1.377

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581


445.825 445.819 454.766 454.759 463.931 463.929 294.668 294.670 298.405
2.626
2.600
3.842
3.846
5.346
5.407
5.183
5.193
3.291

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581


298.404 300.847 300.853 304.522 304.533 431.546 431.558 435.041 435.039
3.258
2.104
2.169
0.578
0.574
0.559
0.575
1.056
1.060

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581


439.829 439.790 445.466 445.456 454.364 454.367 463.608 463.610
1.704
1.708
2.503
2.497
3.694
3.753
5.042
4.984

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100


298.411 298.417 300.909 300.912 304.551 304.550 304.548 433.682 433.647
2.884
3.316
1.645
1.592
0.103 0.147
0.198
0.098 0.246

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.1100


436.659 436.648 445.435 445.434 445.430 454.325 454.326 463.495 463.490
0.314
0.246
1.254
1.282
1.141
3.019
2.795
4.043
4.017

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1100 0.1100 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401


463.484 463.487 298.413 298.407 301.744 301.746 305.074 307.000 306.987
3.137
2.334
4.206
4.195
2.407
2.546
0.998
0.261
0.272

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401 0.1401


431.523 431.515 436.657 436.664 445.455 445.436 454.385 454.377 463.517
0.279
0.378
0.958
1.061
2.323
2.260
3.533
3.514
4.666

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1401 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699


463.506 299.564 299.418 301.930 301.903 305.638 305.560 308.075 308.082
4.721
4.579
4.687
3.327
3.347
1.566
1.664
0.659
0.715

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699 0.1699


431.307 431.300 436.635 436.638 445.431 445.424 454.336 455.293 455.293
0.613
0.554
1.343
1.215
2.469
2.448
3.678
3.623
3.631

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1699 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999


463.488 298.698 298.691 301.242 301.215 304.599 304.609 306.836 306.866
5.014
3.980
4.111
2.791
2.801
1.200
1.382
0.458
0.432
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wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999 0.1999


433.304 433.303 436.649 436.646 445.412 445.426 454.364 454.359 463.517
0.848
0.839
1.303
1.335
2.513
2.503
3.794
3.799
5.014

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1999 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301


463.520 294.662 294.663 294.674 298.524 298.527 298.522 301.023 301.014
5.036
1.051
3.672
2.596 1.244 1.298
1.044
9.850 3.048

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301


303.396 303.411 303.408 304.645 304.647 431.698 431.701 436.840 436.841
2.994 6.011 0.470
2.238 1.003 0.473
0.496
1.216
1.199

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2301 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581


445.825 445.819 454.766 454.759 463.931 463.929 294.668 294.670 298.405
2.389
2.389
3.595
3.623
4.663
4.910
1.464 1.175
3.335

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581


298.404 300.847 300.853 304.522 304.533 431.546 431.558 435.041 435.039
1.763 1.739 1.038 3.486 2.691 0.404
0.320
0.755
0.811

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581 0.2581


439.829 439.790 445.466 445.456 454.364 454.367 463.608 463.610
1.500
1.411
2.260
2.286
3.225
3.308
4.716
4.714

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(vinyl acetate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 52.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 124.8,
Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
cyclopentane
C5H10

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.06
519.35
302.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

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0.06
445.65
270.6

0.06
524.95
278.0

0.06
531.45
254.0

0.06
536.25
246.0

0.06
541.15
243.0

poly(vinyl acetate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 52.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 124.8,
Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
cyclopentene
C5H8

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

287-92-3

cloud points (LCST behavior)

0.06
516.55
316.0

Type of data:

1999BEY

cloud points (LCST behavior)


0.06
451.75
168.2

0.06
460.45
115.9

0.06
469.55
97.2

0.06
478.45
84.2

0.06
490.85
98.3

1999BEY

142-29-0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(vinyl chloride)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 64.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 75,
fractionated in the laboratory
1,2-dimethylbenzene C8H10

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
0.08

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

323.45
1

320.55
250

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

316.45
500

309.15
1000

1985GE1

103-73-1

cloud points

wB

0.10

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

295.65
1

292.85
250

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

290.15
500

288.45
750

287.05
1000

poly(vinyl chloride)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 64.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 75,
fractionated in the laboratory
phenetole
C8H10O

Solvent (A):

cloud points

wB

0.08

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

317.65
1

313.35
250

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312.45
750

poly(vinyl chloride)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 31.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 37,
fractionated in the laboratory
phenetole
C8H10O

Solvent (A):

Type of data:

95-47-6

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

1985GE1

311.05
500

309.85
750

309.05
1000

1985GE1

103-73-1

3.2. Table of binary systems where data were published only


in graphical form as phase diagrams or related figures

____________________________________________________________________________________

Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/1-butene copolymer
n-heptane
1996LOO
____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
n-heptane
1996LOO
____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer
n-hexane
1994LOS
____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/4-methyl-1-pentene copolymer
n-heptane
1996LOO
____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/1-octene copolymer
cyclohexane
1996LOO
n-heptane
1996LOO
n-hexane
1996LOO
2-methylpentane
1996LOO
____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/propylene copolymer
n-heptane
1996LOO
____________________________________________________________________________________
Ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer
cyclopentane
1999BEY
cyclopentane
2000BEY
cyclopentene
1999BEY
cyclopentene
2000BEY
____________________________________________________________________________________
Hydroxypropylcellulose
water
2001KUN
____________________________________________________________________________________
N-Isopropylacrylamide/acrylic acid copolymer
water
1993OTA
water
2000YAM
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
N-Isopropylacrylamide/1-deoxy-1-methacrylamide-D-glucitol copolymer
water
2001GOM
____________________________________________________________________________________
N-Isopropylacrylamide/4-pentenoic acid copolymer
water
1999KUN
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(butyl methacrylate)
ethanol
1986SAN
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(decyl methacrylate)
cyclopentane
1983MA2
n-heptane
1983MA2
n-hexane
1983MA2
n-pentane
1983MA2
toluene
1983MA2
2,2,4-trimethylpentane
1983MA1
2,2,4-trimethylpentane
1983MA2
2,2,4-trimethylpentane
1997WOL
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Poly(dimethylsiloxane)
n-butane
1972ZE1
ethane
1972ZE1
propane
1972ZE1
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyethylene
n-butane
1963EHR
n-butane
1975HOR
n-butane
1994KI2
cyclopentane
1999BEY
cyclopentane
2000BEY
cyclopentene
1999BEY
cyclopentene
2000BEY
dichlorodifluoroethene
1975HOR
dichlorodifluoromethane
1975HOR
fluorotrichloromethane
1975HOR
n-heptane
1973HAM
n-heptane
1975HOR
n-heptane
1980KLE
n-heptane
1996LOO
n-hexane
1973HAM
n-hexane
1975HOR
n-hexane
1980KLE
n-hexane
1989HAE
n-hexane
1990KEN
n-hexane
1996LOO
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyethylene (continued)
2-methylpropane
1975HOR
n-octane
1973HAM
n-octane
1975HOR
n-octane
1980KLE
n-octane
1996LOO
n-pentane
1963EHR
n-pentane
1973HAM
n-pentane
1975HOR
n-pentane
1992KIR
n-pentane
1993KI2
n-pentane
1994KI2
n-pentane
1998ZHU
n-pentane
2003ZH2
perfluoro-2-butene
1975HOR
1,1,2-trichlorotrifluoroethane
1975HOR
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Poly(ethylene glycol)
water
1976SA1
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(ethylene oxide)
water
1992COO
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyisobutylene
n-butane
1972ZE1
n-hexane
1972ZE1
2-methylbutane
1965ALL
2-methylbutane
1972ZE1
n-pentane
2002JOU
n-pentane
1972ZE1
n-pentane
1997WOL
propane
1972ZE1
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)
deuterium oxide
2004SHI
water
1993OTA
water
1997KUN
water
1999KUN
water
2004SHI
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(methacrylic acid)
water
1974TAN
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polypeptide
water
2003YAM
____________________________________________________________________________________

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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Polypropylene
n-pentane
1998KI2
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(propylene glycol)
water
1974TAN
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(propylene oxide)
propane
1972ZE2
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polystyrene
acetaldehyde
1997REB
tert-butyl acetate
1976SA2
cyclohexane
1962HAM
cyclohexane
1975SAE
cyclohexane
1980HOS
cyclohexane
1981WOL
cyclohexane
1997WOL
cyclohexane
1999HOO
cyclohexane
2000KOI
cyclopentane
1978ISH
cyclopentane
1981WOL
cyclopentane
1997WOL
trans-decalin
1977WO1
trans-decalin
1977WO2
trans-decalin
2003JI1
trans-decalin
2004JIA
n-decane
2001IMR
n-decane
2002IMR
diethyl ether
1976SA2
diethyl ether
1997WOL
diethyl malonate
1981WOL
diethyl oxalate
1986SAE
1,4-dimethylcyclohexane
1999IM1
1,4-dimethylcyclohexane
2002IMR
n-dodecane
2001IMR
n-dodecane
2002IMR
dodecyl acetate
2000IMR
ethyl formate
1997IMR
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
1991SZY
n-hexane
1997XIO
methyl acetate
1965MYR
methyl acetate
1972ZE2
methyl acetate
1997IMR
methylcyclohexane
1988KI1
methylcyclohexane
1991KIE
methylcyclohexane
1993HOS
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Polystyrene (continued)
methylcyclohexane
1993WEL
methylcyclohexane
1996DOB
methylcyclohexane
1996IMR
methylcyclohexane
1997END
methylcyclohexane
1998SZY
methylcyclohexane
1999HOO
methylcyclohexane
2000XIO
methylcyclopentane
1991SZY
nitroethane
2000DE2
n-octane
2001IMR
n-octane
2002IMR
n-pentane
1988KI1
n-pentane
1988KI2
n-pentane
1988KI3
n-pentane
1988KI4
n-pentane
1991KIE
n-pentane
1994KI1
n-pentane
2001LI4
1-phenyldecane
1981WOL
1-phenyldecane
1997WOL
2-propanone
1972ZE2
2-propanone
1991SZY
2-propanone
1993REB
2-propanone
1999IM1
propionitrile
1998IMR
n-tetradecane
2001IMR
n-tetradecane
2002IMR
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polytetrafluoroethylene
perfluorocarbon ether
1995TUM
perfluorodecalin
1995TUM
n-tetradecafluorohexane
1995TUM
1,1,2-trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane
1995TUM
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(vinyl acetate)
cyclopentane
1999BEY
cyclopentane
2000BEY
cyclopentene
1999BEY
cyclopentene
2000BEY
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(N-vinylisobutyramide)
water
1997KUN
water
1999KUN
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Polymer (B)

Solvent (A)

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
N-Vinylacetylamide/vinyl acetate copolymer
water
2003SET
____________________________________________________________________________________
N-Vinylformamide/vinyl acetate copolymer
water
2003SET
____________________________________________________________________________________
N-Vinylisobutyramide/N-vinylamine copolymer
water
2000KUN
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3.3. Cloud-point and/or coexistence curves of quasiternary and/or


quasiquaternary solutions

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 43, Mw/kg.mol1 = 105, Mz/kg.mol1 = 190,
HDPE, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
n-hexane
C6H14
1-octene
C8H16

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

2001TOR

110-54-3
111-66-0

cloud points

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
441.7
0.92
VLE

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
451.9
1.10
VLE

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
462.3
1.33
VLLE

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
472.6
1.55
VLLE

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
462.4
2.47
LLE

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
472.6
3.44
LLE

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
483.0
5.22
LLE

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
493.1
6.45
LLE

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
503.3
7.61
LLE

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
513.5
8.71
LLE

0.7385
0.1794
0.0821
523.2
9.71
LLE

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
452.6
0.93
VLE

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
462.4
1.10
VLE

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
472.6
1.32
VLLE

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
483.0
1.58
VLLE

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
472.6
2.07
LLE

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
483.
3.44
LLE

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
493.4
4.72
LLE

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
503.5
5.99
LLE

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
513.3
7.09
LLE

0.5932
0.1441
0.2627
523.9
8.22
LLE

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
472.5
1.00
VLE

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
482.7
1.22
VLE

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
493.1
1.46
VLE

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
503.1
1.69
VLLE

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
503.1
2.52
LLE

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
513.4
3.67
LLE

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
523.3
4.72
LLE

0.3210
0.1971
0.4819
534.0
5.83
LLE

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
482.6
1.02
VLE

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
493.1
1.25
VLE

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
503.2
1.40
VLLE

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
513.4
1.66
VLLE

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
503.2
1.73
LLE

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
513.2
2.85
LLE

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
523.1
3.84
LLE

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/MPa

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
534.4
4.99
LLE

0.2156
0.1324
0.6520
545.0
5.98
LLE

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Polymer (B):

poly(ethylene oxide)-b-poly(dimethylsiloxane)
2003JI2
diblock copolymer
Mw/kg.mol1 = 1.8, 77 mol% ethylene oxide, EO27-b-DMS8
108-88-3
toluene
C7H8
poly(ethylene oxide)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 35, Fluka AG, Buchs, Switzerland

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Polymer (C):
Characterization:
Type of data:

spinodal points

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.695
0.169
0.172
309.2
588

0.695
0.169
0.172
308.2
441

0.695
0.169
0.172
307.2
342

0.695
0.169
0.172
306.2
112

0.695
0.169
0.172
305.2
23

0.438
0.386
0.176
318.2
617

0.438
0.386
0.176
317.2
483

0.438
0.386
0.176
316.2
364

0.438
0.386
0.176
315.2
159

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.438
0.386
0.176
314.2
21

0.255
0.558
0.187
328.2
160

0.255
0.558
0.187
327.2
223

0.255
0.558
0.187
326.2
265

0.255
0.558
0.187
325.2
321

0.255
0.558
0.187
324.2
383

0.209
0.626
0.165
333.2
85

0.209
0.626
0.165
332.2
114

0.209
0.626
0.165
331.2
163

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.209
0.626
0.165
330.2
212

0.209
0.626
0.165
329.2
258

0.209
0.626
0.165
328.2
322

0.209
0.626
0.165
327.2
369

0.209
0.626
0.165
326.2
408

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polypropylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 48.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 245, 92% isotactic,
Polibrasil Resinas S.A., Brazil
n-butane
C4H10
toluene
C7H8

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:
0.8905
0.0996
0.0099
423.15
108.4

0.8905
0.0996
0.0099
413.15
92.3

0.8905
0.0996
0.0099
403.15
75.3

0.8905
0.0996
0.0099
393.15
56.4

0.8905
0.0996
0.0099
383.15
36.9

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.8508
0.0983
0.0509
383.15
30.8

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
423.15
87.2

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
413.15
68.8

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
403.15
51.5

0.8012
0.0992
0.0996
393.15
33.2

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106-97-8
108-88-3

cloud points

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

Comments:

2000OLI

0.8508
0.0983
0.0509
423.15
99.0

Vapor-liquid equilibrium data are given in Chapter 2.

0.8508
0.0983
0.0509
413.15
84.1

0.8508
0.0983
0.0509
403.15
66.9

0.8508
0.0983
0.0509
393.15
49.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polypropylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 48.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 245, 92% isotactic,
Polibrasil Resinas S.A., Brazil
1-butene
C4H8
toluene
C7H8

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

2000OLI

106-98-9
108-88-3

cloud points

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.8910
0.0986
0.0104
423.15
127.5

0.8910
0.0986
0.0104
413.15
111.0

0.8910
0.0986
0.0104
403.15
95.4

0.8910
0.0986
0.0104
393.15
75.2

0.8910
0.0986
0.0104
383.15
56.6

0.8910
0.0986
0.0104
373.15
35.6

0.8910
0.0986
0.0104
368.15
26.3

0.8512
0.0974
0.0514
423.15
117.7

0.8512
0.0974
0.0514
413.15
97.2

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.8512
0.0974
0.0514
403.15
78.8

0.8512
0.0974
0.0514
393.15
60.6

0.8512
0.0974
0.0514
383.15
41.6

0.8512
0.0974
0.0514
373.15
21.0

0.8022
0.0993
0.0985
423.15
102.8

0.8022
0.0993
0.0985
413.15
82.6

0.8022
0.0993
0.0985
403.15
66.4

0.8022
0.0993
0.0985
393.15
46.2

0.8022
0.0993
0.0985
383.15
26.5

Comments:

Vapor-liquid equilibrium data are given in Chapter 2.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
2000BEH
Mn/kg.mol1 = 93, Mw/kg.mol1 = 101.4, Mz/kg.mol1 = 111.9,
BASF AG, Germany
cyclohexane
C6H12
110-82-7
polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13, Mw/kg.mol1 = 89, Mz/kg.mol1 = 600,
LDPE, Stamylan, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands

Solvent (A):
Polymer (C):
Characterization:
Type of data:
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
401.29
154.1

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
436.37
21.4

Type of data:
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
495.51
29.8

cloud points (UCST behavior)


0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
403.75
98.3

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
403.96
64.3

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
405.45
40.5

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
404.75
15.4

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
435.05
241.7

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
433.85
155.5

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
433.31
100.1

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
434.92
52.2

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
516.02
53.7

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
520.97
59.4

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
527.38
67.1

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
465.74
11.1

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
470.30
13.7

cloud points (LCST behavior)


0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
501.21
37.3

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
506.00
41.5

0.9131
0.0797
0.0072
510.65
47.2

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continued
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
475.97
15.5

Type of data:
wA

0.9302

T/K
P/bar

445.15
228.1

T/K
P/bar

476.70
55.6

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
480.61
19.3

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
486.19
24.2

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
491.25
30.1

0.9156
0.0718
0.0126
496.44
35.5

506.12
46.0

cloud points (1:1 polymer blend)


wB

0.0349

449.85
136.6

454.98
91.1

460.09
71.2

485.80
56.8

496.17
61.9

506.27
69.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wC

0.0349

were kept constant

465.17
61.0

469.07
60.6

470.30
54.1

471.86
56.8

516.76
78.7

527.38
88.8

polystyrene
2002FRI
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 1.8, Mw/kg.mol = 1.93,
synthesized in the laboratory
95-50-1
1,2-dichlorobenzene
C6H4Cl2
polybutadiene (deuterated)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 2.1, 46% 1,4- (unspecified)
and 54% 1,2-content, synthesized in the laboratory

Solvent (A):
Polymer (C):
Characterization:
Type of data:

binodal points

Comments:

The concentration of the polymer mixture is kept constant close to the critical
concentration of the polymer blend, i.e., C/B = 0.477/0.523.

A
P/MPa
T/K

0.00
0.1
358.65

0.00
50
361.97

0.00
100
365.05

0.00
150
368.21

0.00
200
372.12

0.05
0.1
344.94

0.05
50
348.59

A
P/MPa
T/K

0.05
200
358.05

0.20
0.1
292.47

0.20
50
294.49

0.20
100
298.10

0.20
150
299.45

0.20
180
302.84

0.20
200
301.60

Type of data:

473.65
56.3

0.05
100
351.75

0.05
150
354.90

spinodal points

A
P/MPa
T/K

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.1
50
100
150
200
0.1
50
100
150
355.750 359.483 362.259 365.682 369.246 343.625 346.447 349.770 353.040

A
P/MPa
T/K

0.05
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
200
0.1
50
100
150
180
200
356.253 291.126 293.477 295.811 298.476 301.210 301.226

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
2002FRI
Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 1.82,
synthesized in the laboratory
95-50-1
1,2-dichlorobenzene
C6H4Cl2
polybutadiene (deuterated)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 2.3, 40% 1,4-cis-, 53% 1,4-trans-,
and 7% 1,2-content, synthesized in the laboratory

Solvent (A):
Polymer (C):
Characterization:
Type of data:

binodal points

Comments:

The concentration of the polymer mixture is kept constant close to the critical
concentration of the polymer blend, i.e., C/B = 0.43/0.57.

A
P/MPa
T/K

0.00
0.1
338.31

Type of data:

0.00
50
342.15

0.00
100
343.10

0.00
150
349.72

spinodal points

A
P/MPa
T/K

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.1
50
100
150
0.1
50
100
150
200
336.534 340.520 344.352 349.116 331.779 335.483 339.267 342.280 345.696

A
P/MPa
T/K

0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.1
50
100
150
200
295.388 298.722 301.750 304.939 308.190

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 23.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 25,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclopentane
C6H12
dodecadeuteromethylcyclopentane
C6D12

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

cloud points

Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C6D12/C6H12 = 0.943 is kept constant.

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.140
308.58
2.88

0.140
308.83
2.38

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.140
309.21
1.62

0.140
309.51
1.05

Type of data:

cloud points

Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C6D12/C6H12 = 0.943 is kept constant.

wB
T/K
P/MPa

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0.134
336.23
2.13

0.134
336.75
1.74

0.134
337.35
1.36

0.134
338.45
0.64

96-37-7
144120-51-4

0.140
309.76
0.59

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 100.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 106.3,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
methylcyclopentane
C6H12
dodecadeuteromethylcyclopentane
C6D12

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):

1995LUS

1995LUS

96-37-7
144120-51-4

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene-d8
1995LUS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 26.9,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA
96-37-7
methylcyclopentane
C6H12
dodecadeuteromethylcyclopentane
C6D12
144120-51-4

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

cloud points

Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C6D12/C6H12 = 0.943 is kept constant.

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.137
307.74
2.25

0.137
308.04
1.64

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.137
308.32
1.09

0.137
308.67
0.42

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 8.0,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
2-propanone
C3H6O
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
C3D6O

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

cloud points

Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.546 is kept constant.

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.219
271.41
0.24

0.219
271.42
0.25

0.219
271.27
0.42

0.219
271.26
0.42

0.219
270.95
0.75

1995LUS

67-64-1
666-52-4

0.219
270.67
1.07

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.210


Comments:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.670 is kept constant.

0.211
275.75
0.06

0.211
275.78
0.06

0.211
275.72
0.07

0.211
275.55
0.18

0.211
275.35
0.38

0.211
275.10
0.63

0.211
274.90
0.84

0.211
274.76
1.02

0.211
274.54
1.27

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.208

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
2-propanone
C3H6O
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
C3D6O

Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.483 is kept constant.

Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.205
302.77
1.89

0.205
303.49
1.63

0.205
304.93
1.27

0.205
306.86
0.63

1995LUS

67-64-1
666-52-4

0.205
307.34
0.37
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continued
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

spinodal points

0.205
302.77
1.85

0.205
303.49
1.58

0.205
304.93
1.23

0.205
306.86
0.59

0.205
307.34
0.32

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.200


Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.719 is kept constant.

Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.207
313.76
1.99

Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.207
318.51
0.58

0.207
319.15
0.42

0.207
316.83
1.00

0.207
315.61
1.39

0.207
314.73
1.66

0.207
316.83
0.97

0.207
315.61
1.34

0.207
314.73
1.62

spinodal points

0.207
313.76
1.95

0.207
318.51
0.55

0.207
319.15
0.38

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.200


Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.952 is kept constant.

Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.206
330.82
2.11

0.206
330.82
2.09

0.206
331.84
1.86

0.206
332.91
1.67

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.206
373.09
0.59

0.206
375.93
0.77

0.206
378.69
0.99

0.206
384.87
1.57

Type of data:

0.206
333.91
1.53

0.206
335.96
1.15

0.206
338.37
0.90

0.206
340.36
0.61

0.206
343.28
0.34

0.206
333.91
1.35

0.206
335.96
1.05

0.206
338.37
0.71

0.206
340.36
0.51

0.206
343.28
0.23

spinodal points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.206
330.82
1.91

0.206
330.82
1.91

0.206
331.84
1.73

0.206
332.91
1.55

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.206
373.09
0.45

0.206
375.93
0.69

0.206
378.69
0.92

0.206
384.87
1.49

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.200

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.75, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.5,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
2-propanone
C3H6O
1,1,1,3,3,3-hexadeutero-2-propanone
C3D6O

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67-64-1
666-52-4
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continued

Polymer (D):
Characterization:

polystyrene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.45, Mw/kg.mol1 = 22.1,
Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA

Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.501 is kept constant.


The mole fraction ratio of polymer(D)/polymer(B) = 0.500 is kept constant.

Type of data:

cloud points

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.210
335.83
2.55

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.210
378.34
2.58

Type of data:
wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.210
335.83
2.46

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.210
378.34
2.53

0.210
340.15
2.10

0.210
343.69
1.81

0.210
347.37
1.62

0.210
351.31
1.51

0.210
353.49
1.47

0.210
358.40
1.52

0.210
362.30
1.63

0.210
368.51
1.90

0.210
347.37
1.56

0.210
351.31
1.45

0.210
353.49
1.39

0.210
358.40
1.49

0.210
362.30
1.56

0.210
368.51
1.85

spinodal points
0.210
340.15
2.01

0.210
343.69
1.76

critical concentration: wB+D, crit = 0.210


Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.501 is kept constant.


The mole fraction ratio of polymer(D)/polymer(B) = 0.501 is kept constant.

Type of data:

cloud points

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.103
325.99
2.35

0.103
329.97
1.76

0.103
335.66
1.05

0.103
341.31
0.73

0.103
347.11
0.54

0.103
356.39
0.59

0.103
364.63
0.79

0.103
373.45
1.35

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.265
324.00
2.39

0.265
328.57
1.53

0.265
334.53
0.71

0.265
338.01
0.38

0.265
366.05
0.43

0.265
373.78
1.00

0.265
379.64
1.52

0.265
384.82
2.03

Type of data:

0.103
381.86
2.20

spinodal points

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.103
325.99
1.33

0.103
329.97
1.00

0.103
335.66
0.46

0.103
341.31
0.01

0.103
347.11
0.35

0.103
356.39
0.27

0.103
364.63
0.50

0.103
373.45

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.265
324.00
2.22

0.265
328.57
1.33

0.265
334.53
0.62

0.265
338.01
0.13

0.265
366.05
0.22

0.265
373.78
0.84

0.265
379.64
1.42

0.265
384.82
1.77

0.103
381.86
1.63

critical concentration: wB+D, crit = 0.210

continued

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continued
Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.501 is kept constant.


The mole fraction ratio of polymer(D)/polymer(B) = 0.502 is kept constant.

Type of data:

cloud points

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.126
331.06
2.11

0.126
335.10
1.65

0.126
339.51
1.29

0.126
343.35
1.05

0.126
350.12
0.67

0.126
354.21
0.81

0.126
356.36
0.92

0.126
364.60
1.15

0.126
372.36
1.63

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.126
380.49
2.36

0.145
331.95
2.51

0.145
335.12
2.07

0.145
337.71
1.75

0.145
341.63
1.43

0.145
345.55
1.22

0.145
351.27
1.07

0.145
356.14
1.13

0.145
365.16
1.37

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.145
372.07
1.80

0.145
379.54
2.40

0.167
331.56
2.58

0.167
335.91
1.96

0.167
341.02
1.48

0.167
345.32
1.22

0.167
350.63
1.08

0.167
353.45
1.07

0.167
356.39
1.13

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.167
365.41
1.39

0.167
372.96
1.66

0.167
360.01
2.43

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.126
331.06
1.81

0.126
335.10
1.34

0.126
339.51
0.67

0.126
343.35
0.45

0.126
350.12
0.36

0.126
364.60
0.52

0.126
372.36
1.26

0.126
380.49
1.66

0.167
331.56
2.21

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.167
335.91
1.72

0.167
341.02
1.36

0.167
345.32
1.13

0.167
350.63
0.96

0.167
353.45
0.96

0.167
356.39
1.00

0.167
365.41
1.32

0.167
372.96
1.75

0.167
360.01
2.32

critical concentration: wB+D, crit = 0.210


Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.500 is kept constant.


The mole fraction ratio of polymer(D)/polymer(B) = 0.503 is kept constant.

Type of data:

cloud points

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.245
332.25
2.53

Type of data:
wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.245
332.25
2.45

0.245
336.80
1.93

0.245
343.55
1.34

0.245
349.28
1.09

0.245
358.29
1.06

0.245
363.91
1.22

0.245
372.41
1.69

0.245
379.29
2.25

0.245
349.28
0.99

0.245
358.29
0.97

0.245
363.91
1.07

0.245
372.41
1.62

0.245
379.29
2.00

spinodal points
0.245
336.80
1.82

0.245
343.55
1.27

critical concentration: wB+D, crit = 0.210


Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of C3D6O/C3H6O = 0.501 is kept constant.


The mole fraction ratio of polymer(D)/polymer(B) = 0.505 is kept constant.

Type of data:

cloud points

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.186
334.35
2.27

0.186
337.99
1.85

0.186
341.51
1.55

0.186
346.27
1.27

0.186
351.43
1.14

0.186
354.56
1.12

0.186
358.37
1.16

0.186
365.30
1.41

0.186
372.69
1.83
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continued
wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.186
379.72
2.40

0.236
331.15
3.17

0.236
335.67
2.48

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.236
365.87
1.63

0.236
371.73
1.97

0.236
376.61
2.32

Type of data:

0.236
338.49
2.16

0.236
342.30
1.82

0.236
347.37
1.53

0.236
351.79
1.40

0.236
354.86
1.36

0.236
358.45
1.39

spinodal points

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.186
334.35
2.09

0.186
337.99
1.72

0.186
341.51
1.45

0.186
346.27
1.19

0.186
351.43
1.05

0.186
354.56
1.05

0.186
358.37
1.11

0.186
365.30
1.35

0.186
372.69
1.79

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.186
379.72
2.33

0.236
331.15
3.02

0.236
335.67
2.34

0.236
338.49
2.03

0.236
342.30
1.71

0.236
347.37
1.43

0.236
351.79
1.29

0.236
354.86
1.27

0.236
358.45
1.30

wB+D
T/K
P/MPa

0.236
365.87
1.57

0.236
371.73
1.89

0.236
376.61
2.27

critical concentration: wB+D, crit = 0.210

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Polymer (C):
Characterization:

polystyrene
1996LUS
Mn/kg.mol1 = 23.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 25.0,
Pressure Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA
107-12-0
propionitrile
C3H5N
polystyrene-d8
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 26.7,
completely deuterated, Polymer Laboratories, Amherst, MA

Comments:

The mole fraction ratio of polymer(C)/polymer(B) = 0.50 is kept constant.

Type of data:

cloud points

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300


330.309 330.309 330.305 330.305 337.064 337.052 343.871 343.869 351.509
5.017
5.009
4.991
4.996
3.032
3.036
1.604
1.583
0.396

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300


351.391 411.479 411.466 411.477 419.828 419.828 419.828 419.828 419.814
0.402
0.563
0.620
0.699
1.439
1.452
1.476
1.445
1.432

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300


419.814 428.203 428.197 428.197 436.813 436.813 436.817 436.817 436.817
1.436
2.269
2.160
2.165
3.198
3.201
3.195
3.224
3.202

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300


436.817 436.817 445.655 445.650 445.650 445.650 454.681 454.681 454.681
3.191
3.198
4.182
4.202
4.204
4.202
5.246
5.252
5.261
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wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599


454.658 454.658 454.658 330.291 330.290 337.001 336.998 343.823 343.821
5.273
5.271
5.270
4.938
4.934
3.105
3.018
1.638
1.547

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599


350.797 350.796 411.521 411.522 419.731 419.733 428.235 428.234 436.879
0.509
0.483
0.684
0.689
1.479
1.520
2.356
2.305
3.254

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1900


436.875 436.875 436.875 445.699 445.699 445.698 454.664 454.674 330.206
3.138
3.158
3.274
4.353
4.267
4.253
5.276
5.376
5.257

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900


330.206 337.173 337.133 343.716 343.716 351.032 351.030 411.488 411.485
5.453
3.364
3.257
1.992
1.923
0.864
0.764
0.904
1.073

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900


420.694 420.679 428.290 428.292 436.890 436.888 445.686 445.684 454.553
1.878
1.809
2.509
2.585
3.459
3.464
4.439
4.503
5.515

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1900 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198


454.575 333.385 333.385 333.415 333.397 340.168 340.181 347.027 345.281
5.559
4.889
4.836
4.657
4.684
3.069
2.770
1.419
1.366

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198


350.852 350.851 411.434 411.433 411.432 419.661 419.655 428.097 428.086
0.375
0.302
0.691
0.879
0.659
1.359
1.458
2.227
2.069

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


436.660 436.655 445.476 445.468 454.374 454.380 334.038 333.672 333.672
3.172
3.277
4.378
4.166
5.327
5.342
4.333
4.341
4.337

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


340.277 340.222 346.716 346.689 352.653 352.728 416.714 423.091 423.027
2.553
2.529
1.185
1.177
0.197
0.177
0.685
1.251
1.251

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


431.439 431.438 440.118 440.116 449.061 449.009 457.927 458.073
2.096
2.108
2.996
3.006
4.015
4.080
5.175
5.118

Type of data:

spinodal points

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300


330.309 330.309 330.305 330.305 337.064 337.052 343.871 343.869 351.509
4.421
4.447
4.381
4.311
2.206
2.349
0.810
0.937
0.456

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300


351.391 411.479 411.466 411.477 419.828 419.828 419.828 419.828 419.814
0.319 0.041 0.062
0.178
0.783
0.831
0.398
0.942
0.974

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300


419.814 428.203 428.197 428.197 436.813 436.813 436.817 436.817 436.817
0.918
1.773
1.676
1.565
2.829
2.776
2.804
2.698
2.698

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1300


436.817 436.817 445.655 445.650 445.650 445.650 454.681 454.681 454.681
2.879
2.755
3.876
3.854
3.821
3.862
4.946
4.7900 4.641
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continued
wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1300 0.1300 0.1300 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599


454.658 454.658 454.658 330.291 330.290 337.001 336.998 343.823 343.821
4.655
4.709
4.714
4.761
4.805
2.576
2.859
1.232
1.427

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599


350.797 350.796 411.521 411.522 419.731 419.733 428.235 428.234 436.879
0.233
0.287
0.580
0.549
1.327
1.221
1.899
1.947
3.036

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1599 0.1900


436.875 436.875 436.875 445.699 445.699 445.698 454.664 454.674 330.206
3.138
3.138
2.898
3.778
3.9990 4.010
5.199
5.071
4.926

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900


330.206 337.173 337.133 343.716 343.716 351.032 351.030 411.488 411.485
4.951
2.582
2.930
1.236
1.452
0.178
0.358
0.4800 0.329

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900 0.1900


420.694 420.679 428.290 428.292 436.890 436.888 445.686 445.684 454.553
1.438
1.275
2.104
2.1230 3.081
3.001
4.0440 4.0080 4.964

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.1900 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198


454.575 333.385 333.385 333.415 333.397 340.168 340.181 347.027 345.281
4.971
4.608
4.606
4.545
4.474
2.092
2.664
1.095
1.222

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198


350.852 350.851 411.434 411.433 411.432 419.661 419.655 428.097 428.086
0.084
0.096
0.412
0.126
0.356
1.266
1.169
2.041
2.106

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2198 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


436.660 436.655 445.476 445.468 454.374 454.380 334.038 333.672 333.672
2.933
2.913
3.887
3.986
5.073
5.005
3.740
3.883
3.950

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


340.277 340.222 346.716 346.689 352.653 352.728 416.714 423.091 423.027
0.180 1.919
0.279
0.462
0.407 0.254 0.262
0.938
1.007

wB+C
T/K
P/MPa

0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499 0.2499


431.439 431.438 440.118 440.116 449.061 449.009 457.927 458.073
1.719
1.550
2.780
2.629
3.910
3.334
4.484
4.760

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

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0.8145
0.0795
0.1060
283.85
1

poly(vinyl chloride)
1985GE2
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 16.7, Mw/kg.mol = 20, fractionated in the laboratory
109-99-9
tetrahydrofuran
C4H8O
water
H 2O
7732-18-5

cloud points (LCST behavior)


0.8145
0.0795
0.1060
286.85
500

0.8145
0.0795
0.1060
290.25
1000

0.8094
0.0790
0.1116
295.85
1

0.8094
0.0790
0.1116
299.05
500

0.8094
0.0790
0.1116
303.45
1000

0.8065
0.0787
0.1148
303.55
1

0.8065
0.0787
0.1148
306.75
500

0.8065
0.0787
0.1148
311.55
1000

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:
wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

poly(vinyl chloride)
1985GE2
Mn/kg.mol1 = 31.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 37, fractionated in the laboratory
109-99-9
tetrahydrofuran
C4H8O
water
H 2O
7732-18-5

cloud points (LCST behavior)

0.8194
0.0800
0.1006
282.85
1

0.8194
0.0800
0.1006
286.95
500

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Solvent (C):
Type of data:

0.8194
0.0800
0.1006
291.35
1000

0.8151
0.0796
0.1053
293.25
1

0.8151
0.0796
0.1053
298.25
500

0.8151
0.0796
0.1053
302.55
1000

0.8097
0.0789
0.1114
307.15
1

0.8097
0.0789
0.1114
310.25
500

0.8097
0.0789
0.1114
315.65
1000

poly(vinyl chloride)
1985GE2
Mn/kg.mol1 = 58.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 70, fractionated in the laboratory
109-99-9
tetrahydrofuran
C4H8O
water
H 2O
7732-18-5

cloud points (LCST behavior)

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.8546
0.0200
0.1254
279.65
1

0.8546
0.0200
0.1254
283.95
500

0.8546
0.0200
0.1254
292.65
1000

0.8498
0.0200
0.1302
293.65
1

0.8498
0.0200
0.1302
302.05
500

0.8498
0.0200
0.1302
309.65
1000

0.8547
0.0199
0.1254
309.65
1

0.8547
0.0199
0.1254
319.15
500

0.8547
0.0199
0.1254
327.15
1000

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.8439
0.0407
0.1154
284.05
1

0.8439
0.0407
0.1154
289.25
500

0.8439
0.0407
0.1154
296.05
1000

0.8389
0.0405
0.1206
299.25
1

0.8389
0.0405
0.1206
305.25
500

0.8389
0.0405
0.1206
311.55
1000

0.8334
0.0403
0.1263
310.95
1

0.8334
0.0403
0.1263
319.75
500

0.8334
0.0403
0.1263
326.15
1000

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.8338
0.0613
0.1049
285.25
1

0.8338
0.0613
0.1049
287.85
500

0.8338
0.0613
0.1049
293.15
1000

0.8292
0.0609
0.1099
296.75
1

0.8292
0.0609
0.1099
301.65
500

0.8292
0.0609
0.1099
306.05
1000

0.8245
0.0607
0.1148
308.75
1

0.8245
0.0607
0.1148
314.35
500

0.8245
0.0607
0.1148
320.45
1000

wA
wB
wC
T/K
P/bar

0.8244
0.0952
0.0952
275.45
1

0.8244
0.0952
0.0952
277.55
500

0.8244
0.0952
0.0952
280.35
1000

0.8200
0.0999
0.0999
287.95
1

0.8200
0.0999
0.0999
290.15
500

0.8200
0.0999
0.0999
294.45
1000

0.8150
0.1056
0.1056
299.85
1

0.8150
0.1056
0.1056
304.65
500

0.8150
0.1056
0.1056
308.45
1000

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3.4. Table of ternary or quaternary systems where data were


published only in graphical form as phase diagrams or
related figures

____________________________________________________________________________________

Polymer (B)

Second/third/fourth component

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Hydroxypropylcellulose
water and potassium chloride
2001KUN
water and potassium iodide
2001KUN
water and potassium isocyanate
2001KUN
water and potassium sulfate
2001KUN
____________________________________________________________________________________
Penta(ethylene glycol) monoheptyl ether
n-dodecane and water
1992SAS
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polybutadiene
1,2-dichlorobenzene and polystyrene
2002FRI
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(dimethylsiloxane)
n-pentane and polyethylene
2002KIR
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polyethylene
n-hexane and nitrogen
1990KEN
n-hexane and n-octane
1989HAE
n-pentane and poly(dimethylsiloxane)
2002KIR
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)
water and magnesium chloride
1998SUW
water and potassium chloride
1998SUW
water and potassium iodide
1998SUW
water and potassium iodide
1999KUN
water and potassium sulfate
1998SUW
water and sodium isocyanate
1998SUW
water and sodium isocyanate
1999KUN
____________________________________________________________________________________
Polypeptide
potassium chloride and water
2003YAM
potassium iodide and water
2003YAM
potassium sulfate and water
2003YAM
sodium chloride and water
2003YAM
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Polymer (B)

Second/third/fourth component

Ref.

____________________________________________________________________________________
Polystyrene
acetone and diethyl ether
1976WOL
cyclohexane and water
1991DEE
1,2-dichlorobenzene and polybutadiene
2002FRI
n-heptane and methylcyclohexane
1999IM2
____________________________________________________________________________________
Poly(N-vinylisobutyramide)
water and magnesium chloride
1998SUW
water and potassium chloride
1998SUW
water and potassium chloride
1999KUN
water and potassium iodide
1998SUW
water and potassium iodide
1999KUN
water and potassium isocyanate
1998SUW
water and potassium sulfate
1998SUW
water and sodium iodide
1998SUW
water and sodium isocyanate
1998SUW
water and sodium isocyanate
1999KUN
water and sodium sulfate
1999KUN
____________________________________________________________________________________
N-Vinylformamide/vinyl acetate copolymer
water and potassium chloride
2003SET
water and potassium iodide
2003SET
water and potassium sulfate
2003SET
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3.5. Lower critical (LCST) and/or upper critical (UCST) solution


temperatures at elevated pressures

Note: LCST values are measured in many cases at the vapor pressure of the solvent, i.e., a high
pressure that is often near the critical pressure of the pure solvent. Nevertheless, this table presents only
LCST data for polymer solutions where a pressure dependence was explicitly investigated.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Polymer

Mn
kg/mol

Mw
kg/mol

Solvent

P/
MPa

UCST/ LCST/
K
K

Ref.

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Polystyrene
583
670
tert-butyl acetate
0.1
270.8 393.7 1976SA2
583
670
tert-butyl acetate
1
269.7 400.2 1976SA2
583
670
tert-butyl acetate
2
268.6 407.1 1976SA2
583
670
tert-butyl acetate
3
267.5 413.7 1976SA2
583
670
tert-butyl acetate
4
266.4 420.2 1976SA2
583
670
tert-butyl acetate
5
265.5
1976SA2
1320
1450
tert-butyl acetate
0.1
276.7 387.1 1976SA2
1320
1450
tert-butyl acetate
1
275.3 393.8 1976SA2
1320
1450
tert-butyl acetate
2
273.8 400.6 1976SA2
1320
1450
tert-butyl acetate
3
272.4 407.3 1976SA2
1320
1450
tert-butyl acetate
4
271.1 414.0 1976SA2
1320
1450
tert-butyl acetate
5
270.0
1976SA2
2455
2700
tert-butyl acetate
0.1
280.7 382.5 1976SA2
2455
2700
tert-butyl acetate
1
278.8 388.8 1976SA2
2455
2700
tert-butyl acetate
2
277.2
1976SA2
2455
2700
tert-butyl acetate
3
275.8
1976SA2
2455
2700
tert-butyl acetate
4
274.4
1976SA2
2455
2700
tert-butyl acetate
5
273.3
1976SA2
3140
3450
tert-butyl acetate
0.1
281.8 381.2 1976SA2
3140
3450
tert-butyl acetate
1
280.0 388.1 1976SA2
3140
3450
tert-butyl acetate
2
278.3 394.9 1976SA2
3140
3450
tert-butyl acetate
3
276.8 401.7 1976SA2
3140
3450
tert-butyl acetate
4
275.4 408.4 1976SA2
3140
3450
tert-butyl acetate
5
274.2
1976SA2
infinite
tert-butyl acetate
0.1
296.1 359.3 1976SA2
infinite
tert-butyl acetate
1
293.1 366.3 1976SA2
infinite
tert-butyl acetate
2
290.7 372.3 1976SA2
infinite
tert-butyl acetate
3
288.5 380.4 1976SA2
infinite
tert-butyl acetate
4
286.8 387.0 1976SA2
infinite
tert-butyl acetate
5
285.5
1976SA2
34.9
37.0
cyclohexane
0.1
285.41
1975SAE
34.9
37.0
cyclohexane
1
285.43
1975SAE
34.9
37.0
cyclohexane
2
285.46
1975SAE
34.9
37.0
cyclohexane
3
285.49
1975SAE
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K

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34.9
37.0
cyclohexane
4
285.53
1975SAE
34.9
37.0
cyclohexane
5
285.56
1975SAE
104
110
cyclohexane
0.1
294.38
1975SAE
104
110
cyclohexane
1
295.36
1975SAE
104
110
cyclohexane
2
294.35
1975SAE
104
110
cyclohexane
3
294.36
1975SAE
104
110
cyclohexane
4
294.35
1975SAE
104
110
cyclohexane
5
294.35
1975SAE
545.5
600
cyclohexane
0.1
301.34
1981WOL
545.5
600
cyclohexane
3.7
301.11
1981WOL
545.5
600
cyclohexane
8.8
300.95
1981WOL
545.5
600
cyclohexane
15.2
300.96
1981WOL
545.5
600
cyclohexane
18.7
301.12
1981WOL
545.5
600
cyclohexane
26.0
301.43
1981WOL
545.5
600
cyclohexane
30.0
301.68
1981WOL
583
670
cyclohexane
0.1
300.97
1975SAE
583
670
cyclohexane
1
300.91
1975SAE
583
670
cyclohexane
2
300.86
1975SAE
583
670
cyclohexane
3
300.81
1975SAE
583
670
cyclohexane
4
300.79
1975SAE
583
670
cyclohexane
5
300.75
1975SAE
1320
1450
cyclohexane
0.1
303.27
1975SAE
1320
1450
cyclohexane
1
303.21
1975SAE
1320
1450
cyclohexane
2
303.15
1975SAE
1320
1450
cyclohexane
3
303.10
1975SAE
1320
1450
cyclohexane
4
303.04
1975SAE
1320
1450
cyclohexane
5
302.98
1975SAE
infinite
cyclohexane
0.1
306.51
2003SIP
infinite
cyclohexane
2
306.36
2003SIP
infinite
cyclohexane
4
306.22
2003SIP
infinite
cyclohexane
6
306.12
2003SIP
infinite
cyclohexane
10
306.07
2003SIP
infinite
cyclohexane
15
306.01
2003SIP
infinite
cyclohexane
20
306.08
2003SIP
infinite
cyclohexane
30
306.63
2003SIP
infinite
cyclohexane
40
307.65
2003SIP
infinite
cyclohexane
50
309.39
2003SIP
583
670
cyclopentane
1
286.0
1978ISH
583
670
cyclopentane
10
283.0
1978ISH
583
670
cyclopentane
20
280.6
1978ISH
583
670
cyclopentane
40
277.8
1978ISH
583
670
cyclopentane
60
276.3
1978ISH
583
670
cyclopentane
70
276.0
1978ISH
1540
2000
cyclopentane
1
291.0
1978ISH
1540
2000
cyclopentane
10
287.3
1978ISH
1540
2000
cyclopentane
20
284.9
1978ISH
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kg/mol

Mw
kg/mol

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MPa

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K
K

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Polystyrene (continued)
1540
2000
cyclopentane
40
282.0
1978ISH
1540
2000
cyclopentane
60
280.3
1978ISH
1540
2000
cyclopentane
70
280.1
1978ISH
19.2
20.4
diethyl ether
0.1
228.4 314.5 1976SA2
19.2
20.4
diethyl ether
1
226.2 320.8 1976SA2
19.2
20.4
diethyl ether
2
224.0 327.1 1976SA2
19.2
20.4
diethyl ether
3
222.2 333.2 1976SA2
19.2
20.4
diethyl ether
4
220.6 339.4 1976SA2
19.2
20.4
diethyl ether
5
219.2
1976SA2
11.3
11.6
ethyl formate
1
273.3 443.8 1997IMR
11.3
11.6
ethyl formate
2
273.0 449.4 1997IMR
11.3
11.6
ethyl formate
3
272.6 454.7 1997IMR
11.3
11.6
ethyl formate
4
272.2 460.7 1997IMR
11.3
11.6
ethyl formate
5
271.9 465.6 1997IMR
11.3
11.6
ethyl formate
6
271.5 471.0 1997IMR
11.3
11.6
ethyl formate
7
271.2 476.4 1997IMR
11.3
11.6
ethyl formate
8
270.8 481.8 1997IMR
21.4
22.0
ethyl formate
1
295.4 425.3 1997IMR
21.4
22.0
ethyl formate
2
294.8 430.2 1997IMR
21.4
22.0
ethyl formate
3
294.2 435.2 1997IMR
21.4
22.0
ethyl formate
4
293.5 440.1 1997IMR
21.4
22.0
ethyl formate
5
292.9 445.0 1997IMR
21.4
22.0
ethyl formate
6
292.3 450.0 1997IMR
21.4
22.0
ethyl formate
7
291.6 454.9 1997IMR
21.4
22.0
ethyl formate
8
291.0 459.8 1997IMR
64.1
66.0
ethyl formate
1
342.4 384.4 1997IMR
64.1
66.0
ethyl formate
2
338.8 392.4 1997IMR
64.1
66.0
ethyl formate
3
335.8 399.9 1997IMR
64.1
66.0
ethyl formate
4
333.4 407.2 1997IMR
64.1
66.0
ethyl formate
5
331.2 413.8 1997IMR
64.1
66.0
ethyl formate
6
329.3 419.7 1997IMR
64.1
66.0
ethyl formate
7
327.6 425.0 1997IMR
64.1
66.0
ethyl formate
8
326.0 429.6 1997IMR
377
400
ethyl formate
6
379.6 380.8 1997IMR
377
400
ethyl formate
7
365.7 395.3 1997IMR
377
400
ethyl formate
8
361.2 400.1 1997IMR
8.5
9.0
methylcyclohexane
4.1
329.420
1994VA1
8.5
9.0
methylcyclohexane
10.04 324.695
1994VA1
8.5
9.0
methylcyclohexane
16.27 321.734
1994VA1
8.5
9.0
methylcyclohexane
23.28 319.850
1994VA1
8.5
9.0
methylcyclohexane
43.32 320.132
1994VA1
8.5
9.0
methylcyclohexane
49.92 321.043
1994VA1
8.5
9.0
methylcyclohexane
59.99 324.167
1994VA1
8.5
9.0
methylcyclohexane
72.22 329.115
1994VA1
8.5
9.0
methylcyclohexane
90.76 338.472
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
5.19 296.767
1994VA1
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Mw
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K
K

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16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
5.33 296.781
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
8.65 296.057
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
8.71 296.055
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
13.94 295.406
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
14.15 295.440
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
15.96 295.206
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
16.33 294.272
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
17.79 294.999
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
18.31 294.997
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
21.25 294.689
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
21.57 294.727
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
30.67 294.141
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
30.97 294.160
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
38.65 293.890
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
38.97 293.905
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
62.69 293.904
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
62.96 293.840
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
73.56 294.156
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
73.91 294.226
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
84.23 294.474
1994VA1
16.5
17.5
methylcyclohexane
84.66 294.505
1994VA1
25.9
28.5
methylcyclohexane
5.65 303.870
1994VA1
25.9
28.5
methylcyclohexane
9.92 302.971
1994VA1
25.9
28.5
methylcyclohexane
14.28 302.283
1994VA1
25.9
28.5
methylcyclohexane
18.24 301.699
1994VA1
25.9
28.5
methylcyclohexane
22.89 301.293
1994VA1
25.9
28.5
methylcyclohexane
34.46 300.417
1994VA1
25.9
28.5
methylcyclohexane
48.00 299.863
1994VA1
25.9
28.5
methylcyclohexane
72.87 300.082
1994VA1
25.9
28.5
methylcyclohexane
85.40 300.543
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
7.04 311.383
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
9.72 310.795
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
15.47 309.725
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
23.40 308.698
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
31.02 307.844
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
42.10 307.002
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
51.19 306.645
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
65.60 306.515
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
73.89 306.576
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
84.55 306.715
1994VA1
47.2
50.0
methylcyclohexane
90.27 306.874
1994VA1
7.1
7.5
2-propanone
0.5
253.3
442 1996LUS
7.3
8.0
2-propanone
0.5
260
437 1996LUS
11.4
11.7
2-propanone
0.5
274.8
421 1996LUS
12.7
13.5
2-propanone
0.5
285.3
400 1996LUS
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1972ZE2

1973HAM
1974TAN
1975HOR

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1976SA1
1976SA2
1976WOL
1977WO1

1977WO2

1978ISH

1980HOS

1980KLE

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4. HIGH-PRESSURE FLUID PHASE EQUILIBRIUM (HPPE) DATA


OF POLYMER SOLUTIONS
4.1. Cloud-point and/or coexistence curves of quasibinary solutions
Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


1992WIN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 37.5, Mw/kg.mol = 183, 3.0 wt% acrylic acid
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.019
413.15
196.8

0.019
433.15
178.4

0.019
453.15
163.1

0.019
473.15
152.2

0.019
493.15
141.7

0.082
413.15
186.7

0.082
433.15
166.6

0.082
453.15
153.1

0.082
473.15
143.3

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.082
493.15
135.4

0.128
413.15
181.2

0.128
433.15
162.8

0.128
453.15
150.1

0.128
473.15
140.3

0.128
493.15
132.2

0.186
413.15
172.1

0.186
433.15
154.3

0.186
453.15
142.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.186
473.15
134.0

0.186
493.15
128.5

0.231
413.15
165.6

0.231
433.15
148.9

0.231
453.15
137.7

0.231
473.15
129.8

0.231
493.15
124.2

0.295
413.15
153.1

0.295
433.15
139.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.295
453.15
130.2

0.295
473.15
123.1

0.295
493.15
118.0

0.318
413.15
150.4

0.318
433.15
136.6

0.318
453.15
127.9

0.318
473.15
121.3

0.318
493.15
115.8

0.338
413.15
146.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.338
433.15
134.1

0.338
453.15
125.3

0.338
473.15
118.9

0.338
493.15
113.4

0.428
413.15
127.5

0.428
433.15
119.4

0.428
453.15
113.4

0.428
473.15
108.7

0.428
493.15
105.1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.510
413.15
109.8

0.510
433.15
105.5

0.510
453.15
102.0

0.510
473.15
99.0

0.510
493.15
96.0

Type of data:

coexistence data

T/K = 403.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.155.
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Demixing
wA
pressure bottom phase top phase

Fractionation during demixing


bottom phase
top phase

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P/
MPa

Mn/
M w/
M z/
kg/mol kg/mol kg/mol

Mn/
kg/mol

M w/
kg/mol

M z/
kg/mol

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116.0
0.508
0.982
2.82
8.80
18.92
161.0
0.711
0.951
9.19
31.06
73.72
178.5
0.789
0.918
42.88
176.3
510.7
13.17
52.62
156.1
188.0
0.845 (cloud-point)
37.50
183.0
601.0 (feed sample)
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continued
T/K = 433.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.164.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Demixing
wA
pressure bottom phase top phase

Fractionation during demixing


bottom phase
top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

Mn/
M w/
M z/
kg/mol kg/mol kg/mol

Mn/
kg/mol

M w/
kg/mol

M z/
kg/mol

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94.0
0.438
0.993
1.5
6.75
13.9
113.0
0.536
0.982
2.5
8.3
17.6
129.0
0.633
0.966
8.2
29.1
69.6
147.7
0.766
0.939
41.5
173.7
472.8
11.6
47.0
146.2
157.5
0.836 (cloud-point)
37.5
183.0
601.0 (feed sample)
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Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 86, 3.5 mol% acrylic acid
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

433.15
2815

438.15
2645

443.15
2535

448.15
2425

453.15
2270

458.15
2135

T/K
P/bar

483.15
1725

493.15
1610

503.15
1520

513.15
1435

523.15
1370

533.15
1299

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

468.15
1950

473.15
1830

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 19.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 63.3, 3.8 mol% acrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

438.15
2880

443.15
2730

448.15
2615

453.15
2465

458.15
2355

463.15
2220

T/K
P/bar

483.15
1810

493.15
1685

503.15
1570

513.15
1470

523.15
1395

533.15
1325

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463.15
2040

468.15
2085

473.15
1995

478.15
1895

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 12.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 42.1, 5.5 mol% acrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

473.15
2820

478.15
2700

T/K
P/bar

533.15
1490

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

483.15
2540

493.15
2255

498.15
2110

503.15
1990

513.15
1785

523.15
1630

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 31, Mw/kg.mol1 = 82.3, 5.7 mol% acrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

483.15
2585

488.15
2435

T/K
P/bar

533.15
1520

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

488.15
2390

493.15
2295

498.15
2150

503.15
2040

508.15
1930

513.15
1820

518.15
1730

523.15
1660

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


1992WIN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 30, Mw/kg.mol = 150, 6.0 wt% acrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.038
433.15
203.4

0.038
453.15
176.8

0.038
473.15
157.3

0.038
493.15
142.0

0.057
433.15
195.7

0.057
453.15
170.5

0.057
473.15
152.3

0.057
493.15
138.9

0.076
433.15
191.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.076
453.15
167.2

0.076
473.15
148.9

0.076
493.15
134.0

0.116
433.15
189.5

0.116
453.15
164.2

0.116
473.15
146.2

0.116
493.15
132.5

0.150
433.15
183.9

0.150
453.15
161.1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
473.15
145.2

0.150
493.15
130.5

0.215
433.15
172.4

0.215
453.15
152.2

0.215
473.15
135.4

0.215
493.15
125.4

0.260
433.15
165.3

0.260
453.15
146.3

0.260
473.15
132.6

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.260
493.15
121.8

0.295
433.15
158.3

0.295
453.15
142.0

0.295
473.15
129.8

0.295
493.15
119.0

0.335
433.15
147.5

0.335
453.15
135.9

0.335
473.15
125.6

0.335
493.15
115.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.383
433.15
137.5

0.383
453.15
126.9

0.383
473.15
118.5

0.383
493.15
112.2

0.430
433.15
130.1

0.430
453.15
120.2

0.430
473.15
112.0

0.430
493.15
106.3

0.505
433.15
114.4
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.505
453.15
108.0

Type of data:

0.505
473.15
103.1

0.505
493.15
99.2

coexistence data

T/K = 433.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.1565.
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/

wA

MPa

bottom phase top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
124.9
0.5550
0.9870
138.1
0.6130
0.9735
158.6
0.7130
0.9540
172.0
0.7855
0.9300
182.0
0.8435 (cloud-point)
____________________________________________________________________________________

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


2002BEY
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 22.7, Mw/kg.mol = 258, 6.0 wt% acrylic acid
Exxon Co., Machelen, Belgium
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.05
522.65
1302

0.05
497.55
1394

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.05
472.75
1539

0.05
423.05
2153

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 9.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 31.9, 6.7 mol% acrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

488.15
2960

493.15
2760

T/K
P/bar

533.15
1610

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0.05
447.05
1779

498.15
2555

503.15
2370

508.15
2200

513.15
2050

518.15
1910

523.15
1800

529.15
1695

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


1992WIN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25, Mw/kg.mol1 = 126, 7.3 wt% acrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.043
453.15
192.4

0.043
473.15
165.6

0.043
493.15
143.9

0.102
443.15
196.2

0.102
453.15
181.4

0.102
473.15
157.7

0.102
493.15
140.2

0.160
443.15
186.0

0.160
453.15
171.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.160
473.15
150.8

0.160
493.15
135.3

0.203
443.15
178.2

0.203
453.15
165.3

0.203
473.15
146.3

0.203
493.15
132.5

0.272
443.15
166.0

0.272
453.15
156.4

0.272
473.15
140.6

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.272
493.15
126.8

0.330
443.15
155.5

0.330
453.15
147.0

0.330
473.15
134.0

0.330
493.15
122.5

0.410
443.15
141.0

0.410
453.15
134.3

0.410
473.15
123.6

0.410
493.15
114.9

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.500
443.15
121.4

0.500
453.15
117.0

0.500
473.15
110.8

0.500
493.15
104.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


2002BEY
Mn/kg.mol1 = 19.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 235, 7.5 wt% acrylic acid
Exxon Co., Machelen, Belgium
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.05
523.35
1340

0.05
497.85
1442

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
497.95
1469

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74-85-1

0.05
472.65
1692

0.05
447.65
2037

0.05
433.05
2367

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


2002BEY
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 23.4, Mw/kg.mol = 227, 9.0 wt% acrylic acid,
Exxon Co., Machelen, Belgium
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

0.05
522.65
1390

0.05
434.25
2196

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


8.0 wt% acrylic acid, Exxon Co., Machelen, Belgium
ethene
C2H4

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
447.85
1946

cloud points

0.05
523.05
1349

Type of data:

0.05
472.35
1637

cloud points
0.05
497.75
1521

0.05
471.85
1779

0.05
447.55
2209

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


2002BEY
Mn/kg.mol1 = 23.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 205, 11.0 wt% acrylic acid,
Exxon Co., Machelen, Belgium
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.05
524.05
1484

0.05
497.35
1686

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer


15.0 wt% acrylic acid, Exxon Co., Machelen, Belgium
ethene
C2H4

0.05
498.05
2066

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05
475.45
2647

cloud points

wB

0.00075 was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

428.65
90.1

428.15
88.8

420.95
80.5

415.95
72.3

T/K
P/bar

381.55
20.8

328.85
48.4

327.75
89.0

326.85
132.3

409.15
63.5

401.25
50.3

395.05
40.7

391.95
34.6

Comments:

The last three data points are temperature-induced phase transitions.

wB

0.011

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

428.45
131.6

428.35
131.4

418.85
119.3

411.25
107.3

402.65
96.4

396.75
85.8

391.55
78.8

T/K
P/bar

366.75
37.0

362.95
31.0

357.65
21.5

352.55
12.0

350.85
58.6

349.35
96.0

348.15
162.2

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74-85-1

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1999CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 6.43, Mw/kg.mol1 = 6.69, 8.6 mol% 1-butene,
completely hydrogenated polybutadiene, 8.6 mol% 1,2-units,
Polymer Source, Inc., Dorval, Quebec
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

Solvent (A):

Comments:

2002BEY

cloud points

0.05
522.05
1732

Type of data:

0.05
472.35
2104

381.95
63.0

The last three data points are temperature-induced phase transitions.

383.85
23.5

375.35
52.3

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1999CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.57, Mw/kg.mol1 = 7.87, 29.0 mol% 1-butene,
completely hydrogenated polybutadiene, 29 mol% 1,2-units,
Polymer Source, Inc., Dorval, Quebec
1-butene
C4H8
106-98-9

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.0011

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

429.45
93.1

426.75
87.4

419.55
79.8

415.55
73.6

409.95
66.0

T/K
P/bar

387.35
29.0

381.45
20.5

259.65
31.1

258.85
79.6

258.35
144.5

406.35
59.9

399.45
49.3

396.95
45.1

Comments:

The last three data points are temperature-induced phase transitions.

wB

0.0078

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

428.95
134.2

417.15
122.8

412.75
117.1

408.95
107.1

406.95
106.4

398.65
85.3

396.55
83.9

T/K
P/bar

378.75
44.7

377.05
39.4

372.15
30.1

367.45
23.6

364.95
15.1

277.75
22.2

276.85
192.4

Comments:

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1999CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 115, Mw/kg.mol1 = 120, 87.5 mol% 1-butene,
completely hydrogenated polybutadiene, 87.5 mol% 1,2-units,
Polymer Source, Inc., Dorval, Quebec
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

Solvent (A):

cloud points

wB

0.0012

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

431.85
98.4

430.25
96.6

424.25
86.7

419.35
82.3

T/K
P/bar

386.45
24.9

384.45
20.7

257.35
52.3

255.85
140.3

416.15
74.5

405.75
58.4

400.95
58.4

394.15
39.4

Comments:

The last two data points are temperature-induced phase transitions.

wB

0.0091

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

429.05
96.7

419.75
81.0

T/K
P/bar

386.15
27.2

383.15
20.6

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386.95
62.1

The last two data points are temperature-induced phase transitions.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

390.95
70.6

389.95
33.7

416.25
78.2

415.85
77.1

408.05
64.2

405.25
59.2

396.75
44.3

396.25
43.9

389.45
29.2

388.55
29.2

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1999CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 6.43, Mw/kg.mol1 = 6.69, 8.6 mol% 1-butene,
completely hydrogenated polybutadiene, 8.6 mol% 1,2-units,
Polymer Source, Inc., Dorval, Quebec
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.00015 was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

431.05
591.1

430.35
591.3

414.65
596.4

413.75
589.1

398.75
598.7

398.55
596.9

T/K
P/bar

352.45
653.1

352.45
652.5

337.65
683.5

324.15
761.4

317.15
998.9

310.35
1418

Comments:

367.75
620.0

367.55
621.3

The last two data points are temperature-induced phase transitions.

wB

0.00096 was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

425.55
742.8

424.55
745.8

414.45
751.8

411.75
753.4

T/K
P/bar

361.95
855.5

355.05
995.2

347.95
1280

346.65
1471

Comments:

404.15
763.1

401.05
765.2

391.75
776.8

383.75
790.2

372.35
812.5

The last three data points are temperature-induced phase transitions.

wB

0.0065

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

426.95
892.8

426.85
896.2

414.85
923.8

413.15
928.8

400.05
970.1

T/K
P/bar

377.05
1063

370.45
1163

369.75
1290

368.95
1370

368.25
1469

Comments:

397.05
977.6

389.25
1010

387.55
1018

379.65
1055

The last three data points are temperature-induced phase transitions.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1999CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.57, Mw/kg.mol1 = 7.87, 29.0 mol% 1-butene,
completely hydrogenated polybutadiene, 29 mol% 1,2-units,
Polymer Source, Inc., Dorval, Quebec
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

382.55
602.2

cloud points

wB

0.0013

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

432.35
732.5

419.45
737.8

407.15
739.1

403.95
752.0

388.85
772.0

387.85
770.7

372.45
800.0

372.15
797.0

357.55
833.4

T/K
P/bar

357.25
834.2

345.05
867.7

343.35
870.2

328.55
928.9

327.45
933.9

316.65
985.0

306.55
1043

295.75
1124

288.35
1265

wB

0.0079

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

425.75
846.8

412.05
860.4

398.55
884.1

384.25
919.3

383.15
922.2

368.65
965.2

367.15
965.4

353.05
1024

337.75
1092

T/K
P/bar

323.35
1097

322.65
1208

313.65
1285

307.25
1385

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1999CHE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 115, Mw/kg.mol1 = 120, 87.5 mol% 1-butene,
completely hydrogenated polybutadiene, 87.5 mol% 1,2-units,
Polymer Source, Inc., Dorval, Quebec
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.0012

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

424.25
594.1

409.25
595.2

389.35
596.4

372.25
582.4

353.25
577.8

352.45
578.8

333.45
576.2

318.25
583.8

305.05
586.8

T/K
P/bar

288.55
591.8

281.35
593.7

271.75
597.9

266.55
604.6

261.15
629.1

257.65
645.8

253.55
674.2

249.75
693.2

246.05
711.1

T/K
P/bar

235.85
768.1

230.25
821.4

225.15
862.2

wB

0.0091

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

429.45
702.9

407.95
705.0

388.05
709.7

365.85
708.3

350.15
708.7

334.95
712.0

320.05
718.5

300.95
745.6

299.35
754.1

T/K
P/bar

297.75
759.6

292.45
768.1

273.75
818.2

266.75
851.6

260.75
880.2

257.45
901.2

252.75
933.7

245.45
988.1

240.15
1034

T/K
P/bar

235.25
1089

231.65
1136

229.55
1168

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1998HAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 52.45, Mw/kg.mol = 104.9, 5.3 mol% 1-butene,
Tm/K = 385.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.05
374.55
592.2

0.05
398.45
580.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05
471.65
577.6

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.01
353.85
587.1

0.01
374.35
569.4

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
446.55
562.7

0.05
473.15
565.6

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0.05
446.95
576.6

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1998HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 38.35, Mw/kg.mol1 = 76.7, 7.5 mol% 1-butene,
Tm/K = 381.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.05
423.55
576.9

0.01
397.95
560.5

0.01
423.35
561.7

0.01
447.25
561.5

0.01
471.65
563.4

0.05
373.15
571.9

0.05
398.35
563.6

0.05
423.05
561.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1998HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 50, Mw/kg.mol1 = 94.9, 8.8 mol% 1-butene,
Tm/K = 371.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.01
348.35
580.1

0.01
363.55
565.8

0.01
373.95
556.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
423.45
556.4

0.05
447.15
558.4

0.05
472.05
561.9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.01
313.55
616.1

0.01
322.95
523.2

0.01
348.85
502.6

0.01
373.15
506.7

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
398.65
501.8

0.05
422.45
508.6

0.05
447.65
517.0

0.05
474.35
525.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.01
471.05
561.1

0.05
374.15
563.5

0.05
397.85
556.2

0.01
396.55
500.3

0.01
423.25
509.1

0.01
446.55
515.2

0.01
470.35
523.5

0.05
373.15
497.4

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1998HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 29, Mw/kg.mol1 = 58.1, 18.0 mol% 1-butene,
Tm/K = 335.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.01
324.25
448.3

0.01
334.55
443.7

0.01
348.15
442.1

0.01
373.55
448.4

0.01
398.85
460.4

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
372.55
453.2

0.05
395.95
462.7

0.05
422.95
475.7

0.05
447.45
487.7

0.05
469.65
496.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

0.01
446.35
558.0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

Type of data:

0.01
421.65
553.4

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1998HAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 41.6, Mw/kg.mol = 79, 15.9 mol% 1-butene,
Tm/K = 350.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.01
400.35
556.2

0.01
422.15
471.7

0.01
446.65
482.7

0.01
471.85
493.7

0.05
348.25
448.2

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1998HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 79.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 87.2, 23.3 mol% 1-butene,
Tm/K = 319.2, completely hydrogenated polybutadiene
74-98-6
propane
C3H8
continued

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continued
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.01
295.45
376.5

0.01
324.05
373.1

0.01
348.75
384.1

0.01
374.65
401.2

0.01
398.15
418.3

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
348.85
396.2

0.05
373.95
411.0

0.05
397.95
428.2

0.05
422.95
445.2

0.05
447.55
460.4

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05
295.15
391.0

0.05
324.15
385.4

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.01
296.55
82.4

0.01
323.15
147.3

0.01
349.05
200.3

0.01
373.95
244.4

0.01
397.25
279.7

0.01
423.55
313.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
348.25
282.6

0.05
372.65
317.6

0.05
398.75
355.5

0.05
422.95
387.8

0.05
447.65
412.9

0.05
473.05
431.3

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.01
445.25
338.0

0.01
472.15
362.2

0.05
333.85
289.7

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


1996MU1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 6.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 34.9, 15.0 wt% butyl acrylate,
sample from BASF AG, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.01
447.65
450.6

ethylene/1-butene copolymer
1998HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 79.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 87.8, 60.0 mol% 1-butene,
amorphous, completely hydrogenated polybutadiene
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.01
423.05
437.1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.025
522.85
117.7

0.025
498.05
121.5

0.025
473.05
126.3

0.025
448.55
132.3

0.025
423.85
139.6

0.050
524.05
116.9

0.050
498.35
120.8

0.050
473.85
125.5

0.050
449.15
131.3

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.050
423.75
138.8

0.100
522.85
121.2

0.100
498.05
124.1

0.100
473.15
127.5

0.100
448.95
132.1

0.100
424.15
139.4

0.150
524.15
120.8

0.150
498.25
122.5

0.150
473.55
125.1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
448.95
128.5

0.150
424.35
133.6

0.200
523.35
117.3

0.200
498.05
118.8

0.200
473.35
121.5

0.200
449.15
124.8

0.200
423.35
128.7

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


1996MU1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 38.7, 19.0 wt% butyl acrylate,
sample from BASF AG, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.034
523.05
116.8

0.034
498.55
120.6

0.034
472.65
125.4

0.034
448.15
131.6

0.034
423.15
138.4

0.050
523.95
118.4

0.050
497.85
121.3

0.050
473.05
125.3

0.050
449.25
130.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.050
423.95
139.0

0.100
523.55
121.7

0.100
498.85
123.6

0.100
473.45
128.2

0.100
449.05
131.6

0.100
424.25
139.4

0.150
524.85
120.3

0.150
498.15
122.1

0.150
472.65
128.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
448.95
130.6

0.150
424.25
134.7

0.199
523.25
120.7

0.199
498.55
123.0

0.199
473.35
126.1

0.199
448.95
129.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 16.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 294,
1.0 mol% butyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

383.15
1900

393.15
1803

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

403.15
1725

413.15
1670

423.15
1600

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 44.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 162,
5.1 mol% butyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1999DIE

1999DIE

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

388.15
1900

393.15
1881

393.15
1870

398.15
1822

398.15
1796

403.15
1750

408.15
1677

413.15
1673

418.15
1628

T/K
P/bar

423.15
1581

423.15
1565

433.15
1546

434.15
1545

438.15
1541

443.15
1498

443.15
1490

453.15
1490

463.15
1452

T/K
P/bar

472.15
1419

483.15
1392

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 41.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 296,
6.7 mol% butyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

363.15
1770

368.15
1750

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384.15
1595

403.15
1510

423.15
1438

1999DIE

74-85-1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 39.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 155,
8.7 mol% butyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1999DIE

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

333.15
1655

343.15
1582

343.15
1562

353.15
1503

353.15
1472

363.15
1460

363.15
1432

373.15
1415

373.15
1402

T/K
P/bar

383.15
1355

384.15
1380

393.15
1320

403.15
1320

403.15
1318

413.15
1289

423.15
1270

423.15
1259

432.15
1255

T/K
P/bar

443.15
1230

443.15
1242

453.15
1212

463.15
1189

473.15
1173

483.15
1160

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


17.2 mol% butyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

328.15
1400

331.15
1400

T/K
P/bar

421.15
1260

443.15
1130

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

336.15
1370

341.15
1340

347.15
1324

354.15
1300

364.15
1290

405.15
1190

1999DIE
74-85-1

cloud points

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

318.15
1355

323.15
1320

333.15
1295

343.15
1260

353.15
1230

363.15
1210

383.15
1175

T/K
P/bar

413.15
1130

423.15
1127

433.15
1125

443.15
1120

453.15
1092

463.15
1090

473.15
1080

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

383.15
1220

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


22.2 mol% butyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

wB

Solvent (A):

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

1999DIE

393.15
1158

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 29.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 110.5,
25.2 mol% butyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

403.15
1145

1999DIE

74-85-1

cloud points
continued

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continued
wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

343.15
1240

363.15
1173

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

403.15
1125

423.15
1092

443.15
1058

463.15
1040

473.15
1037

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/MPa

354.15
1144

374.15
1106

T/K
P/MPa

530.15
953

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

393.15
1071

412.15
1052

432.15
1033

452.15
1014

471.15
993

489.15
977

510.15
965

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


1996MU1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 39.8, 35.0 wt% butyl acrylate,
sample from BASF AG, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

403.15
1132

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


2004BEC
Mn/kg.mol1 = 49.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 159.5, 27.0 mol% butyl acrylate,
synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

383.15
1165

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.025
523.65
111.5

0.025
498.55
115.9

0.025
473.05
120.4

0.025
448.55
127.2

0.025
423.45
134.4

0.050
523.75
109.4

0.050
498.05
113.1

0.050
472.95
117.2

0.050
448.05
122.3

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.050
423.25
129.7

0.100
523.45
107.1

0.100
498.05
109.8

0.100
473.15
113.1

0.100
448.45
116.9

0.100
423.45
121.9

0.150
523.85
105.9

0.150
498.35
108.1

0.150
472.95
111.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
448.05
115.1

0.150
423.85
119.8

0.199
523.75
104.9

0.199
498.05
106.7

0.199
473.25
109.5

0.199
449.15
115.4

0.199
424.05
120.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


1996MU1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 11.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 37.2, 67.0 wt% butyl acrylate,
synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

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0.168
522.35
96.6

cloud points
0.168
498.15
98.4

0.168
473.65
100.1

0.168
448.35
102.3

0.168
424.65
104.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/butyl acrylate copolymer


1996MU1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 35.2, 75.0 wt% butyl acrylate,
synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

cloud points

0.069
524.05
89.4

0.069
499.05
90.3

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

373.15
1250

393.15
1200

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

413.15
1151

433.15
1114

453.15
1089

473.15
1062

488.15
1041

508.15
1021

528.15
1000

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

353.15
1082

373.15
1045

T/K
P/bar

528.15
901

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

393.15
1016

413.15
993

433.15
973

453.15
958

473.15
946

488.15
930

508.15
915

ethylene/butyl methacrylate copolymer


2004BEC
Mn/kg.mol1 = 24.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 44.4,
44.0 mol% butyl methacrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

383.15
885

393.15
878

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0.069
398.75
102.1

ethylene/butyl methacrylate copolymer


2004BEC
Mn/kg.mol1 = 24.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 41,
19.0 mol% butyl methacrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

Type of data:

0.069
423.75
99.8

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

0.069
448.65
96.5

ethylene/butyl methacrylate copolymer


2004BEC
Mn/kg.mol1 = 23.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 39.8,
12.0 mol% butyl methacrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.069
474.45
92.9

413.15
866

433.15
857

453.15
847

473.15
840

493.15
834

513.15
823

533.15
813

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/ethyl acrylate copolymer


4.0 mol% ethyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

384.05
1631

395.15
1568

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

414.85
1471

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

372.15
1510

393.15
1420

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

473.15
1288

492.15
1247

514.15
1207

413.15
1351

433.15
1295

452.15
1252

472.55
1212

492.15
1181

511.15
1147

ethylene/ethyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 78.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 156.6,
23 mol% ethyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

531.15
1175

2004BEC
74-85-1

531.35
1122

2004BEC

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

353.15
1280

364.15
1256

T/K
P/bar

513.55
1025

533.15
1000

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

373.75
1236

393.15
1190

413.15
1155

434.15
1123

454.15
1095

473.15
1072

ethylene/ethyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 64.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 117,
29 mol% ethyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

493.65
1047

2004BEC

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

363.15
1236

373.15
1206

T/K
P/bar

513.15
1000

533.15
982

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454.15
1336

cloud points

0.05

Type of data:

435.15
1394

ethylene/ethyl acrylate copolymer


6.0 mol% ethyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

wB

Type of data:

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

2004BEC

383.15
1183

393.15
1165

413.15
1131

433.15
1100

453.15
1072

473.15
1048

493.15
1022

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/2-ethylhexyl acrylate copolymer


1999DIE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 34.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 107.7,
9.3 mol% 2-ethylhexyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

363.15
1640

383.15
1590

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

363.15
1240

383.15
1220

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

403.15
1145

483.15
1290

423.15
1125

443.15
1085

463.15
1060

483.15
1010

cloud points

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

353.15
1070

363.15
1055

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

462.15
1310

ethylene/2-ethylhexyl acrylate copolymer


1999DIE
22.8 mol% 2-ethylhexyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

wB

Type of data:

443.15
1340

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

423.15
1390

ethylene/2-ethylhexyl acrylate copolymer


1999DIE
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 21.2, Mw/kg.mol = 49.8,
17.0 mol% 2-ethylhexyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

403.15
1440

383.15
1025

403.15
1005

423.15
995

443.15
995

463.15
965

483.15
945

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
2000CH3
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 52.6, Mw/kg.mol = 80, 10.6 wt% 1-hexene
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

0.148
393.25
168.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

0.148
413.15
154.5

0.148
433.25
146.0

0.148
453.15
138.9

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999KIN, 2001DOE
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 60, Mw/kg.mol = 129, 16.1 wt% 1-hexene
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4
continued

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continued
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

cloud points

0.150
393.15
156.0

0.150
413.15
144.3

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.150
433.15
137.3

0.150
453.15
129.1

0.150
473.15
123.1

0.150
493.15
118.6

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
2000CH3
Mn/kg.mol1 = 48.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 103, 35.0 wt% 1-hexene
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.050
393.15
136.3

0.050
403.15
132.6

0.050
413.15
129.6

0.050
423.15
127.0

0.050
433.15
124.9

0.050
443.15
122.9

0.050
453.15
121.0

0.100
393.15
134.8

0.100
403.15
131.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.100
413.15
128.3

0.100
423.15
125.8

0.100
433.15
123.7

0.100
443.15
121.8

0.100
453.15
120.8

0.150
393.15
129.4

0.150
403.15
126.1

0.150
413.15
123.6

0.150
423.15
121.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
433.15
119.8

0.150
443.15
118.7

0.150
453.15
119.4

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 46.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 102, 8.5 wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 1.2, = 0.912 g/cm3, Tm/K = 409.95
75-28-5
2-methylpropane
C4H10

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.110
362.15
353.4

0.110
362.25
353.4

0.110
376.75
352.8

0.110
377.55
352.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.110
407.55
357.9

0.110
410.45
358.5

0.110
423.05
362.8

0.110
423.25
364.3

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.110
393.35
354.8

0.110
399.45
356.0

0.110
405.15
356.5

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.112
355.65
317.9

0.112
358.35
318.7

0.112
368.55
318.0

0.112
368.55
318.2

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.112
407.55
331.5

0.112
410.25
331.3

0.112
421.75
338.0

0.112
424.65
338.5

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0.110
393.15
354.2

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 54.8, Mw/kg.mol = 109.5, 13.6 wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 1.2, = 0.900 g/cm3, Tm/K = 406.25
75-28-5
2-methylpropane
C4H10

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.110
379.35
353.0

0.112
377.85
319.8

0.112
378.65
319.7

0.112
392.05
324.8

0.112
395.25
324.6

0.112
405.45
330.4

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 45.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 90.8, 13.7 wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 2.2, = 0.900 g/cm3, Tm/K = 406.25
2-methylpropane
C4H10
75-28-5

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.111
362.65
312.5

0.111
362.65
313.1

0.111
373.15
314.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.111
408.75
328.7

0.111
423.25
335.3

0.111
423.45
336.2

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.110
358.25
305.1

0.110
358.75
305.7

0.110
368.15
306.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.110
408.85
323.6

0.110
423.45
331.2

0.110
423.85
331.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.111
392.55
321.1

0.111
393.35
322.9

0.111
407.95
327.6

0.110
368.95
307.0

0.110
377.45
309.4

0.110
380.25
311.0

0.110
393.25
316.7

0.110
394.15
316.4

0.110
406.45
322.3

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 31.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 68.8, 14.6wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 7.5, = 0.900 g/cm3, Tm/K = 405.55
75-28-5
2-methylpropane
C4H10

Solvent (A):

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.112
357.45
301.3

0.112
360.35
301.8

0.112
366.35
302.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.112
409.15
320.9

0.112
422.95
327.5

0.112
423.25
327.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

0.111
383.25
315.8

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

Type of data:

0.111
383.15
315.8

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 42.8, Mw/kg.mol = 85.5, 14.2 wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 3.5, = 0.900 g/cm3, Tm/K = 405.95
75-28-5
2-methylpropane
C4H10

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.111
373.25
313.3

0.112
368.25
302.5

0.112
376.65
306.6

0.112
378.45
306.5

0.112
393.15
312.9

0.112
394.05
313.4

0.112
406.15
320.0

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 47.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 94.9, 21.6wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 2.2, = 0.885 g/cm3, Tm/K = 400.25
75-28-5
2-methylpropane
C4H10
continued

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continued
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.109
358.55
273.0

0.109
359.75
273.4

0.109
362.75
273.8

0.109
367.95
275.9

0.109
368.95
276.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.109
395.35
292.1

0.109
407.15
298.9

0.109
409.15
300.7

0.109
423.55
309.9

0.109
423.55
310.2

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
423.55
586.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05
398.75
565.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05
427.55
563.9

0.05
447.55
565.3

0.05
471.75
567.4

cloud points

0.05
353.05
471.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

0.05
471.95
584.7

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1998HAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 24.1, Mw/kg.mol = 72.3, 13.0 mol% 1-hexene,
Tm/K = 349.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
448.35
584.2

cloud points

0.05
373.65
575.2

Type of data:

0.109
393.85
290.4

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1998HAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 53, Mw/kg.mol = 101, 4.6 mol% 1-hexene,
Tm/K = 391.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
propane
C3H8
74-98-6

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.109
391.95
289.8

cloud points

0.05
400.75
591.2

Type of data:

0.109
377.65
281.4

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1998HAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 42.4, Mw/kg.mol = 93.2, 2.6 mol% 1-hexene,
Tm/K = 401.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
propane
C3H8
74-98-6

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.109
377.55
280.8

0.05
378.45
472.9

0.05
401.75
479.3

0.05
426.35
489.3

0.05
448.95
495.9

0.05
474.95
505.5

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 46.5, Mw/kg.mol = 102, 8.5 wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 1.2, = 0.912 g/cm3, Tm/K = 409.95
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propane
C3H8
continued

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continued
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.111
367.15
520.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.111
423.45
525.0

cloud points
0.111
367.95
521.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.109
357.15
481.8

0.109
358.75
483.0

0.109
367.35
484.3

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.109
412.15
496.7

0.109
422.45
500.1

0.109
422.75
500.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.109
356.55
460.9

0.109
359.35
461.5

0.109
366.65
461.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.109
408.15
474.9

0.109
423.15
481.0

0.109
424.15
481.3

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.111
408.65
522.1

0.111
422.75
525.3

0.109
367.55
484.3

0.109
379.95
486.2

0.109
381.65
486.2

0.109
390.55
489.1

0.109
394.05
490.8

0.109
408.65
495.3

0.109
368.35
462.1

0.109
376.25
463.8

0.109
377.85
464.3

0.109
393.15
468.8

0.109
395.55
468.9

0.109
406.15
473.9

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 42.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 85.5, 14.2 wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 3.5, = 0.900 g/cm3, Tm/K = 405.95
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):

0.109
353.25
459.0

0.111
407.95
521.8

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.111
393.35
521.2

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 45.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 90.8, 13.7 wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 2.2, = 0.900 g/cm3, Tm/K = 406.25
propane
C3H8
74-98-6

Solvent (A):

Type of data:

0.111
390.75
520.4

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

Type of data:

0.111
378.05
520.4

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 54.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 109.5, 13.6 wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 1.2, = 0.900 g/cm3, Tm/K = 406.25
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.111
377.55
520.0

cloud points
0.109
355.65
459.2

0.109
364.05
459.9

0.109
365.15
461.3

0.109
375.15
463.2

0.109
377.75
464.1

0.109
390.15
468.3

0.109
393.55
469.9

0.109
408.45
474.4
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continued
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.109
408.55
474.2

0.109
422.75
478.2

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
1999PAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 47.5, Mw/kg.mol = 94.9, 21.6 wt% 1-hexene,
MI = 2.2, = 0.885 g/cm3, Tm/K = 400.25
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.109
423.15
478.4

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.110
355.95
425.1

0.110
358.65
426.4

0.110
367.45
429.5

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.110
409.35
453.8

0.110
422.85
459.9

0.110
423.65
461.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.110
376.95
435.0

0.110
378.35
435.1

0.110
392.85
444.4

0.110
395.65
444.9

0.110
406.25
451.2

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
2000CH3
Mn/kg.mol1 = 52.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 80, 10.6 wt% 1-hexene
propane
C3H8
74-98-6

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.010
363.15
50.3

0.010
373.25
50.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.148
413.15
50.4

0.148
453.15
51.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.110
368.55
430.5

0.010
413.15
49.9

0.010
453.15
50.7

0.051
363.15
51.0

0.051
373.15
50.4

0.051
413.15
50.4

0.051
453.15
50.4

0.148
373.25
50.6

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
2000CH2
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 51.3, Mw/kg.mol = 126, 20.6 wt% 1-hexene
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

cloud points

T/K = 453.15
wB
P/bar

0.018
446.0

0.031
454.0

0.055
456.0

wB
P/bar

0.108
471.0

0.114
466.0

0.148
459.0

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0.066
459.0

0.075
468.0

0.079
475.0

0.089
478.0

0.098
470.0

0.100
474.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
2000CH3
Mn/kg.mol1 = 48.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 103, 35.0 wt% 1-hexene
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

cloud points

0.150
313.15
37.3

0.150
343.15
38.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.009
313.25
39.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.152
453.15
43.7

0.150
373.05
39.7

0.150
413.15
42.3

cloud points
0.009
353.25
36.8

0.009
368.25
37.6

0.009
373.15
37.9

0.009
413.15
40.6

0.152
353.25
37.8

0.152
373.15
39.2

0.152
413.15
41.5

cloud points

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

383.15
2730

393.15
2390

403.15
2190

418.15
1940

433.15
1760

T/K
P/bar

493.15
1375

503.15
1345

513.15
1320

523.15
1285

533.15
1260

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

453.15
1595

464.15
1520

473.15
1475

ethylene/methacrylic acid copolymer


2.2 mol% methacrylic acid, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

483.15
1425

2003BUB
74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

420.15
2450

426.15
2295

431.15
2190

438.15
2060

443.15
1975

T/K
P/bar

493.15
1490

503.15
1435

512.15
1395

522.15
1360

533.15
1315

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0.009
453.15
42.9

ethylene/methacrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 83.2, 1.0 mol% methacrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

wB

Type of data:

0.150
453.15
44.6

ethylene/1-hexene copolymer
2000CH3
Mn/kg.mol1 = 112, Mw/kg.mol1 = 139, 35.0 wt% 1-hexene
propane
C3H8
74-98-6

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.150
363.05
39.1

453.15
1840

463.15
1730

473.15
1645

482.15
1570

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/methacrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 17.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 51.5, 3.4 mol% methacrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

443.15
2355

453.15
2160

T/K
P/bar

533.15
1340

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

463.15
1950

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

451.15
2450

453.15
2350

468.15
2250

T/K
P/bar

513.15
1580

523.15
1510

533.15
1435

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

503.15
1495

513.15
1440

523.15
1385

473.15
2140

478.15
2040

483.15
1935

488.15
1860

493.15
1800

503.15
1690

ethylene/methacrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 15.1, Mw/kg.mol = 43.9, 5.8 mol% methacrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

473.15
2390

483.15
2120

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

493.15
1940

503.15
1780

513.15
1660

523.15
1575

533.15
1440

ethylene/methacrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 11.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 32.2, 7.0 mol% methacrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

494.15
2320

498.15
2190

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493.15
1585

cloud points

0.03

Type of data:

483.15
1690

ethylene/methacrylic acid copolymer


2003BUB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 61.2, 4.8 mol% methacrylic acid
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

wB

Type of data:

473.15
1805

501.15
2055

512.15
1805

523.15
1625

533.15
1480

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/methacrylic acid copolymer


9.0 mol% methacrylic acid, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

508.15
2650

513.15
2440

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

518.15
2250

523.15
2125

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

383.15
1530

393.15
1420

T/K
P/bar

473.15
1182

483.15
1165

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

403.15
1369

413.15
1331

423.15
1300

433.15
1269

443.15
1248

453.15
1222

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 58.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 128.5,
6.0 mol% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

463.15
1200

2004BEC

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

373.15
1642

383.15
1583

393.15
1533

403.15
1492

T/K
P/bar

463.15
1300

473.15
1282

483.15
1262

493.15
1244

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

413.15
1448

423.15
1412

433.15
1381

443.15
1354

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 52.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 165,
8.0 mol% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

453.15
1324

1999DIE

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

373.15
1780

383.15
1700

T/K
P/bar

463.15
1390

483.15
1350

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533.15
1860

cloud points

0.03

Type of data:

528.15
1990

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


2003BUB
5.5 mol% mol% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

wB

Type of data:

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

2003BUB

393.15
1590

403.15
1540

413.15
1510

423.15
1485

433.15
1450

443.15
1440

453.15
1395

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 55, Mw/kg.mol1 = 110,
13 mol% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

493.15
1185

483.15
1215

T/K
P/bar

403.15
1388

393.15
1408

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

473.15
1223

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

393.15
1823

403.15
1780

T/K
P/bar

482.15
1360

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

443.15
1276

433.15
1288

423.15
1310

413.15
1703

423.15
1612

433.15
1565

443.15
1510

453.15
1455

463.15
1429

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 59, Mw/kg.mol1 = 158,
32.9 mol% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

413.15
1351

1999DIE

74-85-1

473.15
1378

1999DIE

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

391.15
2040

395.15
1980

T/K
P/bar

473.15
1410

483.15
1382

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

453.15
1260

cloud points

wB

Solvent (A):

463.15
1239

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 55, Mw/kg.mol1 = 150,
17.9 mol% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

Type of data:

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

2004BEC

403.15
1849

413.15
1768

423.15
1685

433.15
1605

443.15
1545

453.15
1490

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 56.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 112.5,
44 mol% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

463.15
1450

2004BEC

74-85-1

cloud points
continued

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continued
wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

393.15
2115

403.15
2010

T/K
P/bar

483.15
1545

493.15
1508

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

423.15
1854

433.15
1790

443.15
1728

453.15
1679

463.15
1631

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 17, Mw/kg.mol1 = 75.4,
25 wt% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

413.15
1923

473.15
1585

1996MU1

74-85-1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.010
522.65
113.7

0.010
498.15
119.8

0.010
473.85
123.6

0.010
448.55
128.8

0.010
424.05
133.0

0.050
523.95
115.9

0.050
498.85
119.4

0.050
472.75
123.2

0.050
449.15
127.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.050
423.95
134.2

0.050
404.15
140.0

0.100
525.05
117.3

0.100
498.35
117.4

0.100
474.35
120.2

0.100
448.65
124.6

0.100
424.95
129.2

0.113
523.15
117.2

0.113
498.35
119.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.113
473.55
122.7

0.113
448.85
125.5

0.113
423.45
131.2

0.149
522.85
116.7

0.149
498.55
118.8

0.149
473.25
121.2

0.149
448.45
125.0

0.149
423.05
130.2

0.207
523.95
109.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.207
497.85
112.2

0.207
473.05
115.5

0.207
448.85
119.5

0.207
424.15
124.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 33, Mw/kg.mol1 = 109,
58 wt% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1996MU1

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cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.010
523.75
125.8

0.010
498.35
133.7

0.010
473.75
140.6

0.010
448.05
149.7

0.010
423.55
161.3

0.050
522.95
124.9

0.050
498.65
130.8

0.050
473.95
138.2

0.050
449.05
148.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.050
423.95
163.1

0.050
404.05
178.8

0.101
524.65
123.0

0.101
499.15
128.4

0.101
473.25
135.6

0.101
448.45
145.0

0.101
424.05
162.0

0.150
524.05
122.7

0.150
498.95
127.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
473.45
132.3

0.150
448.95
140.6

0.150
423.55
150.6

0.200
523.75
117.3

0.200
498.45
122.1

0.200
473.85
128.2

0.200
448.45
136.2

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/methyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 42, Mw/kg.mol1 = 110,
68 wt% methyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1996MU1

74-85-1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.011
523.85
136.5

0.011
498.95
145.5

0.011
473.55
157.8

0.011
448.45
165.2

0.011
423.75
206.4

0.050
523.25
136.1

0.050
498.35
145.2

0.050
473.15
157.7

0.050
448.85
174.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.050
423.85
201.3

0.050
403.65
234.3

0.101
523.65
133.6

0.101
498.25
142.0

0.101
473.25
153.0

0.101
448.25
167.4

0.101
423.15
189.3

0.150
523.35
133.9

0.150
498.15
141.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
473.05
151.8

0.150
448.95
164.9

0.150
424.35
184.1

0.192
523.45
132.0

0.192
497.95
139.9

0.192
472.65
150.0

0.192
448.85
163.2

0.192
423.45
181.9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/methyl methacrylate copolymer


2003BUB
5.8 mol% mol% methyl methacrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB

0.03

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

383.15
1433

393.15
1366

T/K
P/bar

483.15
1140

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

383.15
1465

393.15
1435

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

423.15
1266

433.15
1241

443.15
1215

453.15
1195

473.15
1156

cloud points

wB

Solvent (A):

413.15
1290

ethylene/methyl methacrylate copolymer


2004BEC
Mn/kg.mol1 = 41.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 67.1,
17 mol% methyl methacrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

403.15
1320

413.15
1354

433.15
1292

453.15
1237

473.15
1208

ethylene/methyl methacrylate copolymer


2004BEC
Mn/kg.mol1 = 10.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 20,
19 mol% methyl methacrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points
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continued
wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

353.15
1430

373.15
1309

T/K
P/bar

528.15
1039

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

393.15
1500

413.15
1419

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

433.15
1341

473.15
1108

488.15
1086

508.15
1057

453.15
1286

473.15
1238

488.15
1202

508.15
1152

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

393.15
1673

403.15
1585

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

413.15
1533

423.15
1478

443.15
1378

463.15
1306

473.15
1271

483.15
1242

493.15
1210

ethylene/methyl methacrylate copolymer


2004BEC
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 31.9, Mw/kg.mol = 62.3,
50 mol% methyl methacrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

393.15
1855

413.15
1716

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

453.15
1137

ethylene/methyl methacrylate copolymer


2004BEC
Mn/kg.mol1 = 28.6, Mw/kg.mol1 = 52.6,
42 mol% methyl methacrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

Type of data:

433.15
1176

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

413.15
1206

ethylene/methyl methacrylate copolymer


2004BEC
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 50, Mw/kg.mol = 83.5,
35 mol% methyl methacrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

393.15
1252

453.15
1507

473.15
1436

488.15
1366

508.15
1328

ethylene/1-octene copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 51.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 83,
13.9 wt% 1-octene, 4 hexyl branches/100 ethyl units
ethene
C2H4

2000CH4

74-85-1
continued

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continued
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.099
453.15
1362

0.099
438.15
1410

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.105
433.15
1350

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.099
388.15
1644

0.099
385.15
1668

2000CH4

74-85-1

0.105
413.15
1408

0.105
393.15
1504

2000CH4

74-85-1

cloud points

0.099
453.15
1097

0.099
443.15
1116

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.099
433.15
1135

0.099
423.15
1156

0.099
413.15
1182

0.099
403.15
1210

0.099
393.15
1246

0.099
383.15
1286

ethylene/1-octene copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 83.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 120,
38.7 wt% 1-octene, 13.6 hexyl branches/100 ethyl units
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.099
393.15
1614

ethylene/1-octene copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 11.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 26,
36.5 wt% 1-octene, 12.6 hexyl branches/100 ethyl units
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.099
403.15
1556

cloud points

0.105
453.15
1303

Type of data:

0.099
413.15
1510

ethylene/1-octene copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 54.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 115,
25.8 wt% 1-octene, 8 hexyl branches/100 ethyl units
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.099
423.15
1477

0.099
373.15
1332

2000CH4

74-85-1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.047
453.15
1221

0.047
443.15
1231

0.047
433.15
1249

0.047
423.15
1270

0.047
413.15
1297

0.047
403.15
1330

0.047
393.15
1363

0.099
453.15
1199

0.099
443.15
1217

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.099
433.15
1264

0.099
423.15
1254

0.099
413.15
1281

0.099
403.15
1311

0.099
393.15
1345

0.124
453.15
1168

0.124
443.15
1182

0.124
433.15
1194

0.124
423.15
1215

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.124
413.15
1241

0.124
403.15
1268

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/1-octene copolymer
1998HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 40.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 93.6, 7.6 mol% 1-octene,
Tm/K = 377.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.05
374.25
531.2

0.05
399.25
515.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.050
413.15
52.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.049
413.15
47.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.050
373.15
53.2

0.050
368.15
53.5

74-98-6

0.050
363.15
53.7

2000CH1

74-98-6

0.049
373.15
46.3

ethylene/1-octene copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 83.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 120,
38.7 wt% 1-octene, 13.6 hexyl branches/100 ethyl units
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):

2000CH1

74-98-6

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.010
453.15
38.6

0.010
413.15
36.0

0.010
373.15
33.2

0.010
343.15
34.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.049
333.15
33.6

0.100
453.15
40.4

0.100
413.15
37.9

0.100
373.15
35.5

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2000CH1

cloud points

0.049
453.15
48.5

Type of data:

0.050
393.15
52.8

ethylene/1-octene copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 54.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 115,
25.8 wt% 1-octene, 8 hexyl branches/100 ethyl units
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05
471.55
529.5

cloud points

0.050
453.15
53.4

Type of data:

0.05
446.75
524.0

ethylene/1-octene copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 51.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 83,
13.9 wt% 1-octene, 4 hexyl branches/100 ethyl units
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.05
422.65
520.4

0.010
333.15
37.8

0.049
453.15
40.8

0.049
413.15
38.4

0.049
373.15
35.6

0.049
343.15
33.7

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/propyl acrylate copolymer


7.0 mol% propyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

366.45
1527

376.15
1476

386.65
1433

T/K
P/bar

491.15
1173

511.15
1141

531.15
1115

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

353.15
1380

363.15
1330

T/K
P/bar

509.15
1056

532.15
1035

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

423.15
1310

442.15
1262

452.15
1244

373.65
1297

397.85
1234

415.45
1192

434.15
1150

452.15
1127

473.15
1098

ethylene/propyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 54.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 112,
19 mol% propyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

472.15
1204

2004BEC

74-85-1

492.15
1074

2004BEC

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

367.15
1250

373.15
1226

T/K
P/bar

529.85
1018

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

413.15
1338

cloud points

wB

Solvent (A):

393.15
1408

ethylene/propyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 83, Mw/kg.mol1 = 147,
14 mol% propyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

Type of data:

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

2004BEC

393.15
1183

412.15
1153

431.15
1124

451.15
1097

468.15
1077

491.55
1055

ethylene/propyl acrylate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 58.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 127,
26 mol% propyl acrylate, synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

512.15
1031

2004BEC

74-85-1

cloud points
continued

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continued
wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

354.15
1208

374.15
1182

T/K
P/bar

530.15
978

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.151

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

355.05
11.5

373.15
16.4

T/K
P/bar

473.15
90.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

398.15
27.1

471.15
1038

491.15
1017

512.15
995

421.65
39.8

424.05
42.5

426.35
44.8

428.15
46.5

432.95
51.7

444.45
63.4

cloud points

wB

0.157

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

376.15
21.3

378.85
27.2

382.65
35.5

397.95
66.7

423.15
110.0

447.95
146.0

473.15
172.5

A lower critical endpoint is found at 373.15 K.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 26.0, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

451.15
1062

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 5.46, Mw/kg.mol1 = 5.9, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

Solvent (A):

Comments:

433.15
1083

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

413.15
1112

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 0.78, Mw/kg.mol = 0.79, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

392.15
1147

cloud points

wB

0.160

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

346.35
12.3

348.35
15.2

350.35
20.5

355.15
29.0

361.35
40.2

361.85
38.2

367.45
50.3

373.15
61.2

398.15
108.0
continued

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continued
T/K
P/bar

416.35
137.3

Comments:

423.15
149.0

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 87.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 96.4, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
106-98-9
1-butene
C4H8

Solvent (A):

cloud points

wB

0.152

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

334.45
8.4

336.05
13.1

T/K
P/bar

473.15
240.5

Comments:

339.55
19.5

343.75
28.4

355.15
54.0

373.15
90.8

398.15
137.3

423.75
177.3

448.15
210.1

A lower critical endpoint is found at 333.15 K.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 51, Mw/kg.mol1 = 120, Mz/kg.mol1 = 210,
42 mol% propene, 21 methyl groups/100 C-atoms
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

473.35
213.4

A lower critical endpoint is found at 345.15 K.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

448.35
183.0

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74-85-1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0357
312.54
2181

0.0357
317.69
2077

0.0357
322.51
1985

0.0357
327.48
1897

0.0357
332.66
1816

0.0357
337.28
1756

0.0357
342.13
1702

0.0498
312.62
2163

0.0498
317.58
2057

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0498
322.53
1961

0.0498
327.10
1885

0.0498
332.09
1809

0.0498
337.40
1741

0.0498
342.30
1684

0.0756
312.76
2115

0.0756
317.91
2006

0.0756
322.27
1926

0.0756
327.47
1843

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0756
332.22
1776

0.0756
337.10
1715

0.0756
341.96
1661

0.0989
312.54
2083

0.0989
317.71
1977

0.0989
322.64
1890

0.0989
327.50
1811

0.0989
332.21
1749

0.0989
337.36
1687

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0989
342.25
1634

0.1230
312.38
2061

0.1230
317.41
1960

0.1230
322.40
1874

0.1230
327.20
1797

0.1230
332.31
1730

0.1230
337.13
1673

0.1230
342.06
1619

0.1491
312.62
2011

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1491
317.54
1917

0.1491
322.33
1837

0.1491
327.28
1765

0.1491
332.16
1703

0.1491
337.03
1647

0.1491
341.77
1597

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 8.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 24, Mz/kg.mol1 = 47,
42 mol% propene, 22 methyl groups/100 C-atoms
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2000VRI

74-85-1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0468
312.82
1827

0.0468
317.56
1748

0.0468
323.16
1666

0.0468
327.72
1610

0.0468
332.74
1555

0.0468
337.29
1512

0.0468
342.55
1465

0.1168
312.66
1759

0.1168
317.71
1682

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1668
322.51
1617

0.1168
327.38
1559

0.1168
332.26
1505

0.1168
337.28
1457

0.1168
42.01
1413

0.1503
312.75
1715

0.1503
317.60
1646

0.1503
322.28
1586

0.1503
327.76
1524

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1503
332.25
1480

0.1503
337.59
1432

0.1503
342.52
1395

0.1983
312.66
1615

0.1983
317.59
1553

0.1983
322.98
1492

0.1983
327.48
1447

0.1983
332.79
1399

0.1983
337.26
1364

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1983
342.69
1325

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1993GRE, 1994GR4
Mn/kg.mol1 = 0.78, Mw/kg.mol1 = 0.79, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.156
293.15
571.5

0.156
323.15
555.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

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0.156
308.15
1080.1

0.152
423.15
600.9

0.152
475.15
689.6

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1993GRE, 1994GR4
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 5.46, Mw/kg.mol = 5.90, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.156
363.15
550.0

cloud points
0.156
323.15
1018.6

0.156
325.65
1001.1

0.158
348.15
941.9

0.158
373.15
897.9

0.157
398.15
899.9

0.158
448.15
899.1

0.158
468.15
892.8

0.158
473.15
900.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1993GRE, 1994GR4
Mn/kg.mol1 = 87.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 96.4, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.038
353.15
1722.5

0.038
373.15
1569.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.038
423.15
1235.5

0.038
473.15
1132.7

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1997HAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 2.17, Mw/kg.mol = 2.60, 50 mol% propene,
Tg/K = 209.2, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
complete hydrogenation (98%) of polyisoprene
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.038
398.15
1389.0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.001
323.15
381.2

0.001
372.95
396.7

0.001
423.15
410.5

0.0067
294.55
490.4

0.0067
323.35
484.3

0.0067
373.05
483.1

0.0067
423.05
491.0

0.0095
295.05
539.4

0.0095
323.35
523.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0095
373.15
517.1

0.0095
423.15
522.8

0.026
298.45
623.3

0.026
323.35
600.1

0.026
373.05
576.5

0.026
423.05
570.4

0.034
323.35
622.7

0.034
372.95
596.2

0.034
423.55
588.9

Type of data:

coexistence data

T/K = 423.15
______________________________________________________

P/
bar

wB
feed phase gel phase sol phase

______________________________________________________

505

0.034

unknown

0.016

______________________________________________________

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1, 1992CH2
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 25.2, Mw/kg.mol = 26.0, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
592-41-6
1-hexene
C6H12

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.160

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

427.15
7.2
(VLE

447.95
12.7
VLE

Comments:

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467.85
17.2
VLE

473.15
23.5
LLE

477.95
29.4
LLE

478.65
31.6
LLE

A lower critical endpoint is found at 472.15 K.

473.15
19.3
VLLE

477.95
20.0
VLLE

478.55
20.4
VLLE)

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 87.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 96.4, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
1-hexene
C6H12
592-41-6

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.150

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

416.95
8.3
(VLE

453.15
14.0
VLE

Comments:

0.05
397.65
559.3

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05
400.35
550.3

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

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0.05
351.55
471.2

0.05
472.15
560.9

0.05
424.35
551.2

0.05
446.95
554.0

0.05
472.15
557.8

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1998HAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 27.3, Mw/kg.mol = 62.8, 28.3 mol% propene,
Tm/K = 303.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
445.15
558.9

cloud points

0.05
376.25
565.4

Type of data:

0.05
420.15
559.6

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1998HAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 34.5, Mw/kg.mol = 72.5, 10.3 mol% propene,
Tm/K = 362.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

463.95
17.3
VLLE)

cloud points

0.05
372.65
568.7

Type of data:

474.45
43.3
LLE

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1998HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 32.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 71, 8.7 mol% propene,
Tm/K = 386.2, synthesized with metallocene catalyst
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

454.95
28.5
LLE

A lower critical endpoint is found at 457.15 K.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

459.35
18.3
LLE

cloud points
0.05
375.95
474.4

0.05
400.55
482.9

0.05
426.05
493.7

0.05
446.55
502.3

0.05
470.45
511.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1997HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.17, Mw/kg.mol1 = 2.60, 50 mol% propene,
Tg/K = 209.2, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
complete hydrogenation (98%) of polyisoprene
propene
C3H6
115-07-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.009
324.15
43.7

0.009
373.55
139.4

0.009
375.15
142.5

0.009
422.95
198.6

0.043
323.65
53.7

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.132
372.95
175.6

0.132
423.45
261.8

0.343
323.05
32.4

0.343
373.25
137.2

0.343
423.35
210.2

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1997HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 53.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 96.0, 50 mol% propene,
Tg/K = 220.2, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
complete hydrogenation of polyisoprene
115-07-1
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):

cloud points

0.048
323.45
218.1

0.048
372.95
288.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

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0.008
323.35
341.2

0.048
422.85
348.5

0.099
323.25
216.9

0.099
373.15
286.9

0.099
423.05
348.9

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1997HAN
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 177, Mw/kg.mol = 195, 50 mol% propene,
Tg/K = 225.2, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
complete hydrogenation (94%) of polyisoprene
115-07-1
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.132
323.15
70.4

0.045
423.15
413.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.043
423.25
224.2

cloud points

0.045
373.15
363.0

Type of data:

0.043
375.95
156.3

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1997HAN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 87.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 96.0, 50 mol% propene,
Tg/K = 220.2, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
complete hydrogenation of polyisoprene
115-07-1
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.043
373.35
152.0

cloud points
0.008
372.85
387.9

0.008
423.25
437.0

0.050
322.95
346.9

0.050
372.95
393.0

0.050
423.45
441.9

0.100
323.35
229.8

0.100
423.35
438.6

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 0.78, Mw/kg.mol1 = 0.79, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
propene
C3H6
115-07-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.172

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

319.45
19.0
(VLE

343.35
30.2
VLE

350.55
34.4
VLE

352.15
37.7
LLE

T/K
P/bar

473.35
180.0
(LLE

352.15
35.9
VLLE

353.75
36.9
VLLE

355.05
38.3
VLLE)

Comments:

0.155

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

272.65
5.5

298.15
64.0

447.95
170.0
LLE)

325.15
126.0

356.15
190.5

373.15
224.4

398.95
267.0

423.35
296.0

447.95
325.0

472.75
344.0

A lower critical endpoint is found at 272.6 K.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1993GRE, 1994GR4, 1994GR5
Mn/kg.mol1 = 5.46, Mw/kg.mol1 = 5.90, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
115-07-1
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.018
373.15
179.5

0.073
373.75
202.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.216
423.15
293.0

0.329
423.15
267.1

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423.15
144.0
LLE

cloud points

wB

Type of data:

397.95
113.0
LLE

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 5.46, Mw/kg.mol = 5.90, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
115-07-1
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):

Comments:

373.35
73.0
LLE

A lower critical endpoint is found at 351.1 K.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

355.05
43.0
LLE

0.150
373.15
212.5

0.216
373.35
209.8

0.281
373.45
200.2

0.392
373.15
189.1

0.018
423.15
248.6

0.073
423.15
273.7

0.150
423.15
295.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 25.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 26.0, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
propene
C3H6
115-07-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB

0.151

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

323.55
273.0

355.55
312.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

398.05
361.2

423.55
388.0

448.15
412.0

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1992CH1
Mn/kg.mol1 = 87.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 96.4, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
115-07-1
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

373.55
332.0

cloud points

wB

0.158

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

264.15
354.0

265.85
347.0

271.15
337.0

274.15
331.0

277.95
325.5

280.35
322.5

285.25
316.7

287.05
315.0

293.55
311.0

T/K
P/bar

303.05
310.6

317.15
319.5

322.55
322.3

331.15
330.0

354.65
352.0

373.05
371.0

397.75
396.4

423.35
423.0

447.95
442.3

T/K
P/bar

473.55
461.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene copolymer
1993GRE, 1994GR4, 1994GR5
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 87.7, Mw/kg.mol = 96.4, 50 mol% propene,
alternating ethylene/propylene units from complete
hydrogenation of polyisoprene
115-07-1
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

0.008
373.15
393.1

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.231
423.15
393.0

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cloud points
0.045
373.15
363.0

0.088
373.15
371.3

0.158
373.15
371.2

0.231
373.15
343.0

0.008
423.15
402.1

0.045
423.15
413.8

0.088
423.15
423.0

0.158
423.15
423.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/propylene/isoprene terpolymer
1996ALB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.65, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.6, 28.2 mol% propene,
43.6 mol% isoprene, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
partial hydrogenation of polyisoprene
dimethyl ether
C2H6O
115-10-6

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB = 0.0536

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

383.25
133.0

424.75
216.6

Comments:

ethylene/propylene/isoprene terpolymer
1996ALB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.69, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.7, 36.7 mol% propene,
26.6 mol% isoprene, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
partial hydrogenation of polyisoprene
115-10-6
dimethyl ether
C2H6O

Solvent (A):

cloud points

wB = 0.0524

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

411.95
186.1

423.45
208.9

Comments:

410.65
184.4

348.65
53.5

328.15
11.9

cloud points

wB = 0.0722

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

414.15
824.2

423.65
818.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

362.35
85.5

ethylene/propylene/isoprene terpolymer
1996ALB
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 7.69, Mw/kg.mol = 13.7, 36.7 mol% propene,
26.6 mol% isoprene, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
partial hydrogenation of polyisoprene
74-84-0
ethane
C2H6

Solvent (A):

Solvent (A):

384.35
132.9

A lower critical endpoint is found at 328.15 K.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

329.95
12.2

A lower critical endpoint is found at 329.95 K.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

Type of data:

347.55
46.2

393.75
869.4

392.85
874.3

383.05
918.7

382.25
923.0

373.75
964.9

364.85
1005.4

362.25
1038.7

ethylene/propylene/isoprene terpolymer
1996ALB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.69, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.7, 36.7 mol% propene,
26.6 mol% isoprene, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
partial hydrogenation of polyisoprene
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

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continued

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continued
wB = 0.0843

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

423.15
1250.5

423.75
1249.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

422.75
377.8

422.05
378.3

T/K
P/bar

327.25
472.3

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

390.05
370.2

389.85
370.2

388.75
366.6

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

390.45
320.7

424.25
357.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

363.65
301.1

339.05
304.5

335.85
305.0

cloud points

T/K = 433.15

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347.75
423.0

333.65
453.0

310.95
337.5

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1982RAE
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 20.4, Mw/kg.mol = 145, 7.5 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

0.05
140.3

363.95
398.0

cloud points

wB = 0.0478

wB
P/MPa

388.45
369.5

ethylene/propylene/isoprene terpolymer
1996ALB
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 7.69, Mw/kg.mol = 13.7, 36.7 mol% propene,
26.6 mol% isoprene, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
partial hydrogenation of polyisoprene
115-07-1
propene
C3H6

Solvent (A):

Type of data:

394.35
1352.9

cloud points

wB = 0.0528

Type of data:

409.15
1293.2

ethylene/propylene/isoprene terpolymer
1996ALB
Mn/kg.mol1 = 7.69, Mw/kg.mol1 = 13.7, 36.7 mol% propene,
26.6 mol% isoprene, alternating ethylene/propylene units from
partial hydrogenation of polyisoprene
74-98-6
propane
C3H8

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

421.65
1256.2

0.10
139.3

0.15
137.3

0.20
131.2

0.30
121.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
Mn/kg.mol1 = 20.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 145, 7.5 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05
393.15
155.0

0.10
393.15
154.5

0.15
393.15
149.5

0.20
393.15
144.9

0.30
393.15
133.2

0.05
413.15
146.4

0.10
413.15
144.9

0.15
413.15
141.9

0.20
413.15
136.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.30
413.15
126.1

0.05
433.15
140.7

0.10
433.15
139.3

0.15
433.15
137.9

0.20
433.15
131.2

0.30
433.15
121.0

0.05
453.15
135.3

0.10
453.15
134.8

0.15
453.15
133.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.20
453.15
127.2

0.30
453.15
116.0

0.05
473.15
130.7

0.10
473.15
129.7

0.15
473.15
126.7

0.20
473.15
122.6

0.30
473.15
113.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991NIE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 29.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 162, 10.9 wt% vinyl acetate,
Exxon Chemical Company
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

coexistence data

T/K = 403.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.151.
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wA
bottom phase top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
88.6
0.449
0.991
108.8
0.567
0.983
125.5
0.674
0.968
136.2
0.768
0.949
141.0
0.849 (cloud point)
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Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991NIE
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 29.3, Mw/kg.mol = 162, 10.9 wt% vinyl acetate,
Exxon Chemical Company
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

coexistence data

T/K = 433.15
continued

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continued
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.155.
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wA
bottom phase top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
94.8
0.501
0.992
104.9
0.568
0.985
115.2
0.652
0.975
128.2
0.782
0.952
131.0
0.845 (cloud point)
____________________________________________________________________________________

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1982RAE
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 19.7, Mw/kg.mol = 120, 12.7 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

T/K = 433.15
wB
P/MPa

0.05
132.4

0.10
128.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.20
121.6

0.30
114.7

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 19.7, Mw/kg.mol = 120, 12.7 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.15
125.0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05
393.15
146.6

0.075
393.15
145.1

0.10
393.15
143.3

0.15
393.15
138.9

0.20
393.15
133.9

0.30
393.15
125.5

0.05
413.15
137.8

0.075
413.15
137.3

0.10
413.15
134.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.15
413.15
130.4

0.20
413.15
127.0

0.30
413.15
119.6

0.05
433.15
132.4

0.075
433.15
130.4

0.10
433.15
128.5

0.15
433.15
125.0

0.20
433.15
121.6

0.30
433.15
114.7

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05
453.15
127.5

0.075
453.15
125.5

0.10
453.15
124.0

0.15
453.15
120.6

0.20
453.15
117.7

0.30
453.15
109.8

0.05
473.15
122.6

0.075
473.15
121.1

0.10
473.15
119.6

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.15
473.15
116.7

0.20
473.15
113.8

0.30
473.15
105.5

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991NIE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 33.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 138, 17.5 wt% vinyl acetate,
Exxon Chemical Company
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.030
373.65
158.6

0.030
403.15
143.5

0.030
433.15
133.0

0.081
363.15
156.2

0.081
393.15
141.4

0.081
423.15
131.8

0.081
453.15
124.5

0.211
388.15
136.5

0.211
403.15
130.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.211
433.15
122.8

0.211
448.15
119.6

0.344
398.65
125.5

0.344
403.15
117.5

0.344
433.15
111.4

0.344
453.15
108.2

0.462
373.15
104.2

0.462
433.15
95.0

0.462
463.15
93.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.585
393.15
78.2

0.585
433.15
77.2

0.585
453.15
76.8

Type of data:

coexistence data

T/K = 403.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.145.
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Demixing
pressure

wA
bottom phase top phase

Fractionation during demixing


bottom phase
top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

Mn/
kg/mol

M w/
kg/mol

Mn/
kg/mol

M w/
M z/
kg/mol kg/mol

____________________________________________________________________________________
48.7
0.276
0.9992
100.1
0.543
0.989
7.8
15.3
30.6
118.7
0.680
0.980
11.7
23.8
42.4
134.1
0.855 (cloud point)
33.4
137.7 (feed sample)
____________________________________________________________________________________
T/K = 433.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.133.
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wA
bottom phase top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
43.1
0.280
47.8
0.999
75.5
0.410
77.5
0.995
89.7
0.497
0.993
103.5
0.584
0.984
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continued

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continued
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wA
bottom phase top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
107.9
0.623
0.985
113.8
0.679
0.972
121.0
0.757
0.948
123.8
0.792
0.940
126.1
0.867 (cloud point)
____________________________________________________________________________________
T/K = 463.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.138.
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wA
bottom phase top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
48.1
0.252
0.9994
97.4
0.542
0.9905
108.7
0.650
0.9792
122.4
0.862 (cloud point)
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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991NIE
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 33.6, Mw/kg.mol = 231, 26.0 wt% vinyl acetate,
Exxon Chemical Company
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.040
373.15
146.6

0.040
403.15
139.8

0.040
463.15
125.5

0.067
393.15
139.7

0.067
433.15
129.0

0.101
393.15
138.5

0.101
433.15
128.0

0.101
453.15
123.8

0.157
373.15
143.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.157
393.15
136.5

0.157
433.15
126.2

0.157
453.15
122.5

0.262
393.15
130.2

0.262
413.15
125.4

0.262
433.15
121.2

0.262
453.15
117.0

0.360
403.15
115.5

0.360
418.15
113.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.360
453.15
108.2

0.408
393.15
110.6

0.408
413.15
107.5

0.408
433.15
105.2

0.408
453.15
102.8

0.480
373.15
99.2

0.480
393.15
96.5

0.480
433.15
94.0

0.480
449.15
93.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1982RAE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 60.8, 27.3 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4
continued

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continued
Type of data:

cloud points

T/K = 433.15
wB
P/MPa

0.05
121.0

0.10
120.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.20
115.5

0.30
109.0

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 60.8, 27.3 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.15
118.0

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05
393.15
128.5

0.10
393.15
127.5

0.15
393.15
125.5

0.20
393.15
123.0

0.30
393.15
116.5

0.05
413.15
125.5

0.10
413.15
124.0

0.15
413.15
122.0

0.20
413.15
119.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.30
413.15
112.0

0.05
433.15
121.0

0.10
433.15
120.0

0.15
433.15
118.0

0.20
433.15
115.5

0.30
433.15
109.0

0.05
453.15
118.5

0.10
453.15
117.0

0.15
453.15
115.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.20
453.15
112.0

0.30
453.15
105.0

0.05
473.15
115.5

0.10
473.15
113.5

0.15
473.15
111.5

0.20
473.15
109.0

0.30
473.15
102.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991NIE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 35, Mw/.g.mol1 = 126.5, 27.5 wt% vinyl acetate,
Exxon Chemical Company
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

coexistence data

T/K = 433.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.138.
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wA
bottom phase top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
70.8
0.998
80.0
0.996
80.8
0.450
92.8
0.551
0.987
104.0
0.981
104.2
0.600
113.8
0.693
114.2
0.964
119.0
0.745
0.945
120.5
0.936
123.8
0.792
124.7
0.850 (cloud point)
____________________________________________________________________________________

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1999KIN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 61.9, Mw/kg.mol1 = 167, 27.5 wt% vinyl acetate
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.030
393.15
121.6

0.060
393.15
128.7

0.100
393.15
128.3

0.150
393.15
125.9

0.200
393.15
121.4

0.230
393.15
118.0

0.240
393.15
116.9

0.250
393.15
115.7

0.270
393.15
113.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.300
393.15
111.4

0.350
393.15
110.4

0.030
413.15
117.5

0.060
413.15
124.0

0.100
413.15
123.6

0.150
413.15
121.5

0.200
413.15
117.4

0.230
413.15
114.5

0.240
413.15
113.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.250
413.15
112.3

0.270
413.15
110.2

0.300
413.15
108.0

0.350
413.15
107.0

0.030
433.15
113.7

0.060
433.15
119.5

0.100
433.15
119.2

0.150
433.15
117.4

0.200
433.15
113.6

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.230
433.15
110.7

0.240
433.15
109.8

0.250
433.15
109.2

0.270
433.15
107.3

0.300
433.15
105.4

0.350
433.15
104.4

0.030
453.15
110.5

0.060
453.15
116.3

0.100
453.15
116.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.150
453.15
113.9

0.200
453.15
110.5

0.230
453.15
108.1

0.240
453.15
107.1

0.250
453.15
106.4

0.270
453.15
104.7

0.300
453.15
102.9

0.350
453.15
101.9

0.030
473.15
108.1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.060
473.15
113.0

0.100
473.15
112.9

0.150
473.15
111.2

0.200
473.15
108.0

0.230
473.15
105.9

0.240
473.15
104.9

0.250
473.15
104.2

0.270
473.15
102.1

0.300
473.15
100.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.350
473.15
99.8

0.030
493.15
105.7

0.060
493.15
110.4

0.100
493.15
110.3

0.150
493.15
108.5

0.200
493.15
105.7

0.230
493.15
103.7

0.240
493.15
102.8

0.250
493.15
101.9

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.270
493.15
100.0

0.300
493.15
98.8

0.350
493.15
97.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1983RAE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 27.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 60.3, 31.4 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.014
393.15
122.6

0.04
393.15
124.0

0.07
393.15
123.1

0.10
393.15
121.6

0.20
393.15
118.7

0.25
393.15
115.2

0.30
393.15
114.2

0.05
433.15
117.9

0.10
433.15
115.1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.20
433.15
112.0

0.30
433.15
108.3

0.014
473.15
111.3

0.04
473.15
113.3

0.07
473.15
110.3

0.10
473.15
107.4

0.20
473.15
106.4

0.25
473.15
103.9

0.30
473.15
102.5

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991FIN
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 5.7, 29.0 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

coexistence data

T/K = 443.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.250.
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wA
bottom phase top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
48.06
0.2719
52.08
0.9710
55.12
0.3199
67.77
0.4045
0.9364
80.71
0.5468
0.8985
81.49
0.5211
0.8930
90.12
0.7401
0.7584
____________________________________________________________________________________

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 27.5, Mw/kg.mol = 60.3, 31.4 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.014
393.15
122.6

0.04
393.15
124.0

0.07
393.15
123.1

0.10
393.15
121.6

0.15
393.15
122.1

0.20
393.15
119.7

0.25
393.15
115.2

0.30
393.15
114.2

0.014
413.15
119.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.04
413.15
121.6

0.07
413.15
118.7

0.10
413.15
118.1

0.15
413.15
118.7

0.20
413.15
115.2

0.25
413.15
112.8

0.30
413.15
110.3

0.014
433.15
116.2

0.04
433.15
118.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.07
433.15
115.7

0.10
433.15
114.5

0.15
433.15
114.5

0.20
433.15
110.8

0.25
433.15
110.3

0.30
433.15
108.4

0.014
453.15
114.2

0.04
453.15
115.2

0.07
453.15
112.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.10
453.15
111.8

0.15
453.15
111.8

0.20
453.15
108.8

0.25
453.15
108.8

0.30
453.15
106.4

0.014
473.15
111.3

0.04
473.15
113.3

0.07
473.15
110.3

0.10
473.15
107.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.15
473.15
108.4

0.20
473.15
106.4

0.25
473.15
105.9

0.30
473.15
102.5

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1982RAE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 16.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 48.5, 31.8 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

T/K = 433.15
wB
P/MPa

0.05
119.7

0.10
119.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.20
115.5

0.30
111.5

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 16.2, Mw/kg.mol = 48.5, 31.8 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.15
117.5

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05
393.15
126.8

0.10
393.15
126.0

0.15
393.15
125.8

0.20
393.15
124.5

0.30
393.15
119.5

0.05
413.15
123.0

0.10
413.15
122.2

0.15
413.15
121.0

0.20
413.15
120.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.30
413.15
115.5

0.05
433.15
119.7

0.10
433.15
119.5

0.15
433.15
117.5

0.20
433.15
115.5

0.30
433.15
111.5

0.05
453.15
116.0

0.10
453.15
115.7

0.15
453.15
114.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.20
453.15
112.0

0.30
453.15
108.0

0.05
473.15
113.5

0.10
473.15
112.5

0.15
473.15
111.0

0.20
473.15
109.2

0.30
473.15
105.5

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 21.8, Mw/kg.mol = 46.4, 32.1 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.12
393.15
121.1

0.16
393.15
120.6

0.20
393.15
118.7

0.25
393.15
116.2

0.30
393.15
112.3

0.0075
413.15
114.2

0.12
413.15
117.2

0.16
413.15
117.2

0.20
413.15
114.7

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.25
413.15
113.7

0.30
413.15
108.8

0.0075
433.15
111.3

0.04
433.15
114.2

0.08
433.15
113.7

0.12
433.15
114.7

0.16
433.15
113.7

0.20
433.15
111.8

0.25
433.15
110.3

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.30
433.15
106.9

0.0075
453.15
110.9

0.04
453.15
112.3

0.08
453.15
110.8

0.12
453.15
111.8

0.16
453.15
110.8

0.20
453.15
109.8

0.25
453.15
107.4

0.30
453.15
103.9

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0075
473.15
108.4

0.04
473.15
109.8

0.08
473.15
108.4

0.12
473.15
108.8

0.16
473.15
107.9

0.20
473.15
105.9

0.25
473.15
104.9

0.30
473.15
102.0

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1983RAE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 15.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 40.8, 32.3 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.009
393.15
118.7

0.04
393.15
120.1

0.08
393.15
118.2

0.12
393.15
117.4

0.20
393.15
114.9

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.08
473.15
107.9

0.12
473.15
106.9

0.20
473.15
105.9

0.25
473.15
102.7

0.30
473.15
99.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.30
393.15
105.9

0.009
473.15
107.9

0.04
473.15
109.8

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
Mn/kg.mol1 = 15.5, Mw/kg.mol1 = 40.8, 32.3 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.25
393.15
111.8

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.009
393.15
118.7

0.04
393.15
120.1

0.08
393.15
118.2

0.12
393.15
117.4

0.20
393.15
114.9

0.25
393.15
111.8

0.304
393.15
105.9

0.009
413.15
116.2

0.04
413.15
118.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.08
413.15
115.2

0.12
413.15
114.9

0.20
413.15
112.3

0.25
413.15
108.4

0.304
413.15
104.5

0.009
433.15
112.3

0.04
433.15
115.2

0.08
433.15
112.8

0.12
433.15
112.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.20
433.15
110.3

0.25
433.15
106.4

0.304
433.15
103.2

0.009
453.15
110.8

0.04
453.15
112.8

0.08
453.15
110.3

0.12
453.15
108.9

0.20
453.15
107.9

0.25
453.15
104.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.304
453.15
100.2

0.009
473.15
107.9

0.04
473.15
109.8

0.08
473.15
107.9

0.12
473.15
106.9

0.20
473.15
105.9

0.25
473.15
102.7

0.30
473.15
99.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1991NIE
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 13.0, Mw/kg.mol = 22.1, 32.5 wt% vinyl acetate,
Exxon Chemical Company
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.068
383.15
118.2

0.068
393.15
115.8

0.068
433.15
108.5

0.068
453.15
105.7

0.157
383.15
116.5

0.157
433.15
107.0

0.178
373.15
116.0

0.178
403.15
110.0

0.178
453.15
103.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.300
393.15
107.5

0.300
403.15
106.0

0.300
433.15
102.3

0.393
353.15
107.4

0.393
373.15
103.5

0.393
403.15
99.2

0.393
433.15
96.4

0.393
453.15
95.0

0.439
373.15
98.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.439
433.15
92.2

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1983RAE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 5.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 8.2, 33.0 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.014
393.15
92.7

0.04
393.15
98.6

0.08
393.15
100.0

0.12
393.15
99.0

0.20
393.15
98.6

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.08
473.15
93.2

0.12
473.15
91.2

0.20
473.15
90.7

0.25
473.15
88.7

0.32
473.15
86.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.32
393.15
94.3

0.014
473.15
86.8

0.04
473.15
93.6

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 5.4, Mw/kg.mol = 8.2, 33.0 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.25
393.15
96.6

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.014
393.15
92.7

0.04
393.15
98.6

0.08
393.15
100.0

0.12
393.15
99.0

0.16
393.15
98.6

0.20
393.15
99.0

0.25
393.15
96.6

0.32
393.15
94.2

0.014
413.15
90.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.04
413.15
97.1

0.08
413.15
98.1

0.12
413.15
96.8

0.16
413.15
97.1

0.20
413.15
96.9

0.25
413.15
95.1

0.32
413.15
93.2

0.014
433.15
88.7

0.04
433.15
96.1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.08
433.15
96.1

0.12
433.15
94.6

0.16
433.15
95.1

0.20
433.15
94.3

0.25
433.15
92.7

0.32
433.15
90.2

0.014
453.15
87.8

0.04
453.15
95.1

0.08
453.15
94.6

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.12
453.15
92.7

0.16
453.15
93.2

0.20
453.15
92.7

0.25
453.15
90.4

0.32
453.15
88.7

0.014
473.15
86.8

0.04
473.15
93.6

0.08
473.15
93.2

0.12
473.15
91.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.16
473.15
91.2

0.20
473.15
90.7

0.25
473.15
88.7

0.32
473.15
80.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1983RAE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 15.0, Mw/kg.mol1 = 28.3, 33.2 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

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0.05
433.15
111.2

cloud points
0.10
433.15
111.0

0.20
433.15
108.4

0.30
433.15
104.4

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
Mn/kg.mol1 = 15.0, Mw/kg.mol1 = 28.3, 33.2 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.007
393.15
114.2

0.03
393.15
116.2

0.08
393.15
118.2

0.12
393.15
116.7

0.16
393.15
116.7

0.20
393.15
115.2

0.25
393.15
113.3

0.30
393.15
110.8

0.007
413.15
110.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.03
413.15
113.3

0.08
413.15
114.9

0.12
413.15
112.8

0.16
413.15
112.8

0.20
413.15
112.3

0.25
413.15
109.8

0.30
413.15
106.7

0.007
433.15
108.4

0.03
433.15
110.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.08
433.15
111.8

0.12
433.15
109.3

0.16
433.15
108.8

0.20
433.15
108.4

0.25
433.15
107.4

0.30
433.15
104.1

0.007
453.15
105.9

0.03
453.15
108.4

0.08
453.15
108.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.12
453.15
106.9

0.16
453.15
106.9

0.20
453.15
105.9

0.25
453.15
103.9

0.30
453.15
100.8

0.007
473.15
104.4

0.03
473.15
105.9

0.08
473.15
106.4

0.12
473.15
104.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.16
473.15
104.4

0.20
473.15
103.0

0.25
473.15
101.0

0.30
473.15
98.6

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1984WAG
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 9.6, Mw/kg.mol = 16.9, 33.4 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0105
393.15
114.2

0.04
393.15
114.7

0.08
393.15
110.8

0.12
393.15
110.3

0.16
393.15
110.3

0.20
393.15
107.8

0.25
393.15
107.8

0.30
393.15
106.4

0.0105
413.15
111.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.04
413.15
111.8

0.08
413.15
108.4

0.12
413.15
107.4

0.16
413.15
105.9

0.20
413.15
103.9

0.25
413.15
104.2

0.30
413.15
103.5

0.0105
433.15
108.4

0.04
433.15
108.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.08
433.15
105.4

0.12
433.15
104.4

0.16
433.15
102.5

0.20
433.15
102.0

0.25
433.15
102.0

0.30
433.15
100.5

0.0105
453.15
106.9

0.04
453.15
106.4

0.08
453.15
103.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.12
453.15
101.5

0.16
453.15
100.5

0.20
453.15
100.1

0.25
453.15
100.1

0.30
453.15
98.5

0.0105
473.15
104.4

0.04
473.15
104.4

0.08
473.15
101.0

0.12
473.15
99.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.16
473.15
98.5

0.20
473.15
98.0

0.25
473.15
97.6

0.30
473.15
96.6

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


1983RAE, 1984WAG
Mn/kg.mol1 = 19.8, Mw/kg.mol1 = 44.0, 42.7 wt% vinyl acetate,
Leuna-Werke, Germany
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05
393.15
121.3

0.10
393.15
118.6

0.15
393.15
116.5

0.20
393.15
114.1

0.30
393.15
112.4

0.05
413.15
117.2

0.10
413.15
115.5

0.15
413.15
112.7

0.20
413.15
110.3

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.30
413.15
109.6

0.05
433.15
114.5

0.10
433.15
112.0

0.15
433.15
109.8

0.20
433.15
107.5

0.30
433.15
106.2

0.05
453.15
111.3

0.10
453.15
108.9

0.15
453.15
106.9

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.20
453.15
105.5

0.30
453.15
103.4

0.05
473.15
108.6

0.10
473.15
106.8

0.15
473.15
103.4

0.20
473.15
102.7

0.30
473.15
101.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer


Mn/kg.mol1 = 35, 58.0 wt% vinyl acetate,
Exxon Chemical Company
ethene
C2H4

1991NIE

74-85-1

coexistence data

T/K = 463.15
Total feed concentration of the copolymer in the homogeneous system: wB = 0.157.
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wA
bottom phase top phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
93.5
0.376
133.0
0.980
139.5
0.560
151.6
0.602
156.2
0.972
160.2
0.630
164.5
0.964
170.0
0.942
171.5
0.718
174.5
0.920
175.7
0.843 (cloud point)
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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

DL-lactide/glycolide copolymer
2001CON
Mn/kg.mol1 = 61.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 95, 15 mol% glycolide,
Tg/K = 320.55, Alkermes, Inc., Cincinnati, OH
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.05
312.15
1822

0.05
317.95
1815

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
315.75
1901

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

copolymer
2001CON
1
Mn/kg.mol = 77.7, Mw/kg.mol = 130, 25 mol% glycolide,
Tg/K = 320.05, Alkermes, Inc., Cincinnati, OH
carbon dioxide
CO2
124-38-9

0.05
320.25
2373

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0.05
335.35
2322

0.05
352.85
2249

DL-lactide/glycolide

0.05
352.95
2198

copolymer
2001CON
1
Mn/kg.mol = 57.9, Mw/kg.mol = 83, 35 mol% glycolide,
Tg/K = 317.65, Alkermes, Inc., Cincinnati, OH
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2
1

Solvent (A):

0.05
314.65
2999

0.05
358.65
1843

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
345.75
1860

cloud points

0.05
312.05
2394

Type of data:

0.05
329.45
1881

DL-lactide/glycolide

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.05
364.85
1770

cloud points

0.05
309.85
1918

Type of data:

0.05
347.55
1784

DL-lactide/glycolide copolymer
2001CON
Mn/kg.mol1 = 86.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 149, 15 mol% glycolide,
Tg/K = 323.85, Alkermes, Inc., Cincinnati, OH
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.05
333.95
1801

cloud points
0.05
328.75
2946

0.05
343.95
2877

0.05
359.85
2791

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

DL-lactide/glycolide copolymer
2001CON
Mn/kg.mol1 = 80.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 141, 35 mol% glycolide,
Tg/K = 321.35, Alkermes, Inc., Cincinnati, OH
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

cloud points

0.05
316.55
3108

0.05
333.55
3022

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0370
343.05
7.70

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

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0.0370
372.85
16.95

0.0370
383.15
19.67

copolymer
M /kg.mol = 5.0, 20 wt% glycolide,
Polysciences, Inc., Warrington, PA
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2

0.0399
334.55
7.10

2000LE1

75-45-6

0.0399
344.05
10.65

0.0399
352.95
13.60

0.0399
362.95
16.85

0.0399
374.05
20.15

0.0399
382.55
22.60

DL-lactide/glycolide

copolymer
M /kg.mol = 10, 30 wt% glycolide,
Polysciences, Inc., Warrington, PA
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2

2000LE1

Solvent (A):

0.0314
314.65
3.80

0.0370
362.85
14.05

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0370
352.75
11.06

cloud points

0.0399
325.05
3.45

Type of data:

75-45-6

DL-lactide/glycolide

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

2000LE1

cloud points

0.0370
331.85
3.73

Type of data:

0.05
369.85
2822

DL-lactide/glycolide copolymer
M /kg.mol1 = 5.0, 10 wt% glycolide,
Polysciences, Inc., Warrington, PA
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.05
353.05
2922

75-45-6

cloud points
0.0314
324.85
8.35

0.0314
334.75
12.50

0.0314
344.55
16.50

0.0314
352.45
19.45

0.0314
362.85
23.25

0.0314
372.75
26.62

0.0314
382.55
29.65

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

DL-lactide/glycolide copolymer
M /kg.mol1 = 14.5, 45 wt% glycolide,
Resomer RG502, Boehringer Ingelheim Chemicals
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0324
335.25
17.35

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.05
315.85
25.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

copolymer
2001CON
1
Mn/kg.mol = 50.8, Mw/kg.mol = 69.6, 50 mol% glycolide,
Tg/K = 320.35, Alkermes, Inc., Cincinnati, OH
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2
75-45-6
1

0.05
325.65
174.1

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

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0.0314
303.65
8.55

0.05
340.05
241.0

DL-lactide/glycolide

copolymer
M /kg.mol = 5.0, 10 wt% glycolide,
Polysciences, Inc., Warrington, PA
dimethyl ether
C2H6O

2001KUK

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05
337.95
118.9

cloud points

0.05
311.75
105.1

Type of data:

0.05
324.95
63.8

DL-lactide/glycolide

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0324
373.15
31.45

cloud points

0.05
309.35
14.5

Type of data:

0.0324
353.15
24.75

DL-lactide/glycolide copolymer
2001CON
Mn/kg.mol1 = 77.7, Mw/kg.mol1 = 130, 25 mol% glycolide,
Tg/K = 320.05, Alkermes, Inc., Cincinnati, OH
75-45-6
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/bar

75-45-6

cloud points

0.0324
313.65
7.55

Type of data:

2000LE1

115-10-6

cloud points
0.0314
314.35
11.37

0.0314
323.55
13.50

0.0314
333.15
15.62

0.0314
343.25
17.65

0.0314
352.75
19.50

0.0314
363.05
21.44

0.0314
373.25
23.29

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

DL-lactide/glycolide copolymer
M /kg.mol1 = 5.0, 20 wt% glycolide,
Polysciences, Inc., Warrington, PA
dimethyl ether
C2H6O

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0293
312.85
23.55

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.0275
314.15
48.45

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

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0.0293
363.45
31.25

0.0293
373.05
32.65

2001KUK

115-10-6

0.0275
333.65
47.35

0.0275
343.25
46.65

0.0275
353.25
46.05

0.0275
362.95
45.15

copolymer
M /kg.mol = 14.5, 45 wt% glycolide,
Resomer RG502, Boehringer Ingelheim Chemicals
dimethyl ether
C2H6O

0.0309
333.85
58.85

0.0309
343.35
56.65

0.0309
353.05
55.25

0.0309
363.35
53.75

DL-lactide/glycolide

0.0275
373.45
44.25

2001KUK

115-10-6

0.0309
373.35
52.35

copolymer
2001CON
1
Mn/kg.mol = 77.7, Mw/kg.mol = 130, 25 mol% glycolide,
Tg/K = 320.05, Alkermes, Inc., Cincinnati, OH
75-46-7
trifluoromethane
CHF3
1

Solvent (A):

0.05
301.75
1341

0.0275
323.75
47.95

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0293
353.45
29.75

cloud points

0.0309
324.85
61.35

Type of data:

0.0293
343.15
28.00

DL-lactide/glycolide

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0293
333.75
26.50

cloud points

0.0275
305.15
49.05

Type of data:

0.0293
323.75
25.10

DL-lactide/glycolide copolymer
M /kg.mol1 = 10, 30 wt% glycolide,
Polysciences, Inc., Warrington, PA
dimethyl ether
C2H6O

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

115-10-6

cloud points

0.0293
303.35
21.65

Type of data:

2001KUK

cloud points
0.05
310.55
1360

0.05
310.65
1394

0.05
339.45
1436

0.05
354.25
1474

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polybutadiene, hydrogenated
Mn/kg.mol1 = 48 (osmometry) or 43 (GPC),
Mw/kg.mol1 = 52 (light scattering) or 49 (GPC),
Mw/kg.mol1 = 54 (GPC), BD(CH3/100 C) = 2.05,
PBD 50000, DSM, Geleen, The Netherlands
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

2003TRU

74-85-1

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0050
399.45
160.2

0.0050
403.35
157.7

0.0050
407.65
155.0

0.0050
412.15
152.4

0.0050
416.95
149.7

0.0050
421.55
147.2

0.0050
427.35
144.4

0.0050
432.15
142.1

0.0050
437.45
139.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0075
401.45
161.7

0.0075
406.45
158.3

0.0075
411.95
154.9

0.0075
417.75
151.6

0.0075
423.35
148.6

0.0075
428.25
146.1

0.0075
434.35
143.2

0.0075
439.35
141.1

0.0100
400.05
164.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0100
403.95
161.8

0.0100
408.65
158.6

0.0100
412.85
155.9

0.0100
417.65
153.1

0.0100
423.65
150.0

0.0100
428.55
147.4

0.0100
433.75
144.9

0.0100
438.45
142.9

0.0125
401.05
165.1

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0125
406.95
161.0

0.0125
411.45
158.2

0.0125
417.25
154.6

0.0125
422.95
151.5

0.0125
428.45
148.6

0.0125
433.85
146.1

0.0125
438.85
143.7

0.0150
400.35
166.7

0.0150
403.75
164.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0150
408.25
161.1

0.0150
413.25
157.8

0.0150
417.85
155.1

0.0150
423.15
152.3

0.0150
427.95
149.7

0.0150
432.95
147.2

0.0150
438.65
144.8

0.0199
399.95
168.5

0.0199
403.55
165.9

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0199
408.35
162.6

0.0199
413.65
159.2

0.0199
419.25
156.0

0.0199
424.15
153.2

0.0199
428.35
151.1

0.0199
433.35
148.6

0.0199
437.25
146.9

0.0249
399.95
169.5

0.0249
403.45
166.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0249
408.15
163.5

0.0249
413.15
160.3

0.0249
418.65
157.0

0.0249
423.75
154.2

0.0249
428.95
151.4

0.0249
433.45
149.2

0.0249
437.85
147.2

0.0301
398.95
170.7

0.0301
403.95
167.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0301
408.55
163.8

0.0301
413.95
160.4

0.0301
419.05
157.3

0.0301
423.75
154.6

0.0301
430.25
151.2

0.0301
435.65
148.5

0.0350
400.05
170.6

0.0350
404.15
167.5

0.0350
408.45
164.5

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0350
413.25
161.4

0.0350
418.15
158.3

0.0350
423.45
155.3

0.0350
429.05
152.3

0.0350
434.05
150.0

0.0350
437.65
148.1

0.0402
399.15
171.8

0.0402
403.15
168.6

0.0402
407.15
165.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0402
412.95
162.1

0.0402
418.95
158.3

0.0402
424.25
155.3

0.0402
429.55
152.5

0.0402
434.75
150.0

0.0402
439.15
148.0

0.0450
401.45
170.0

0.0450
403.25
168.6

0.0450
408.15
165.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0450
413.65
161.7

0.0450
418.55
158.6

0.0450
423.95
155.5

0.0450
428.55
153.1

0.0450
434.05
150.4

0.0450
438.25
148.3

0.0500
398.95
172.2

0.0500
401.85
169.6

0.0500
406.85
166.3

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0500
411.65
162.9

0.0500
417.15
159.7

0.0500
422.45
156.6

0.0500
427.85
153.6

0.0500
432.55
151.3

0.0500
438.25
148.5

0.0549
399.65
171.7

0.0549
403.25
169.0

0.0549
407.25
166.1
continued

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continued
wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0549
412.55
162.6

0.0549
417.65
159.4

0.0549
422.75
156.5

0.0549
427.35
153.9

0.0549
432.55
151.3

0.0549
437.35
149.0

0.0600
398.85
172.5

0.0600
402.25
169.7

0.0600
407.85
165.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0600
412.25
162.8

0.0600
416.75
160.1

0.0600
422.85
156.4

0.0600
427.45
153.9

0.0600
432.35
151.5

0.0600
437.95
148.8

0.0646
400.55
171.1

0.0646
403.95
168.5

0.0646
408.25
165.6

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0646
413.25
162.4

0.0646
417.85
159.5

0.0646
422.15
157.1

0.0646
427.45
154.1

0.0646
431.55
152.2

0.0646
437.45
149.2

0.0701
400.55
171.2

0.0701
405.15
167.8

0.0701
408.45
165.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0701
416.05
160.6

0.0701
419.65
158.3

0.0701
425.15
155.4

0.0701
429.65
153.0

0.0701
432.75
151.5

0.0701
438.15
148.8

0.0751
399.95
171.5

0.0751
402.65
169.4

0.0751
408.05
165.6

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0751
412.15
162.8

0.0751
417.15
159.8

0.0751
422.45
156.7

0.0751
427.15
154.1

0.0751
432.55
151.4

0.0751
437.45
149.1

0.0795
399.35
172.0

0.0795
403.75
168.7

0.0795
407.45
166.0

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0795
411.85
163.0

0.0795
416.15
160.3

0.0795
420.45
157.7

0.0795
426.95
154.2

0.0795
430.95
152.2

0.0795
434.85
150.3

0.0795
438.35
148.6

0.0852
400.25
170.9

0.0852
402.95
168.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0852
408.05
165.2

0.0852
412.15
162.6

0.0852
418.15
158.8

0.0852
421.95
156.6

0.0852
426.75
153.9

0.0852
432.35
151.1

0.0852
438.25
148.3

0.0897
400.65
170.4

0.0897
404.35
167.8

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0897
410.65
163.3

0.0897
416.85
159.5

0.0897
423.25
155.9

0.0897
429.25
152.6

0.0897
435.65
149.5

0.0995
401.05
169.9

0.0995
406.25
166.2

0.0995
412.45
162.1

0.0995
417.75
158.9

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.0995
427.75
153.3

0.0995
432.75
150.8

0.1098
400.65
170.2

0.1098
407.35
165.2

0.1098
415.35
160.1

0.1098
423.65
155.3

0.1098
431.15
151.4

0.1098
436.95
148.5

0.1197
400.65
169.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1197
405.05
166.2

0.1197
410.45
162.6

0.1197
416.65
158.8

0.1197
422.45
155.5

0.1197
427.65
152.7

0.1197
434.15
149.5

0.1197
439.05
147.2

0.1303
400.35
169.2

0.1303
405.95
165.2

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1303
411.25
161.8

0.1303
417.05
158.1

0.1303
422.65
155.0

0.1303
427.55
152.4

0.1303
433.25
149.6

0.1303
438.75
147.2

0.1396
400.05
168.8

0.1396
405.95
164.8

0.1396
411.35
161.3

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1396
417.65
157.5

0.1396
423.35
154.4

0.1396
428.35
151.8

0.1396
435.85
148.2

0.1492
401.05
167.9

0.1492
405.95
164.5

0.1492
410.55
161.5

0.1492
416.85
157.6

0.1492
422.65
154.4

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1492
427.45
152.0

0.1492
432.55
149.6

0.1492
438.65
146.7

0.1589
400.95
167.5

0.1589
406.35
163.7

0.1589
411.75
160.2

0.1589
416.65
157.4

0.1589
422.75
154.0

0.1589
428.85
150.9

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1589
433.75
148.6

0.1589
438.75
146.4

0.1697
400.45
167.1

0.1697
405.15
163.5

0.1697
408.85
161.3

0.1697
416.05
157.0

0.1697
421.55
153.9

0.1697
426.85
151.2

0.1697
431.85
148.7

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.1697
437.55
146.2

0.1805
400.55
165.9

0.1805
405.55
162.4

0.1805
410.65
159.2

0.1805
416.35
155.8

0.1805
421.55
153.0

0.1805
426.75
150.4

0.1805
432.35
147.7

0.1805
437.35
145.5

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(1-butene)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 270, Mw/kg.mol1 = 1280
1-butene
C4H8

1999KOA
106-98-9

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0031
406.13
101.6

0.0031
406.17
101.8

0.0031
410.97
110.0

0.0031
416.12
118.6

0.0031
420.84
126.7

0.0031
426.09
135.2

0.0031
431.54
144.0

0.0031
436.27
151.4

0.0031
440.16
156.9

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0031
445.86
164.5

0.0054
406.60
103.6

0.0054
411.50
113.0

0.0054
416.51
120.3

0.0054
421.41
128.4

0.0054
426.28
136.2

0.0054
431.11
143.9

0.0054
436.01
151.4

0.0054
440.91
158.3

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0054
445.84
165.4

0.0067
405.84
102.0

0.0067
410.63
110.8

0.0067
415.81
118.8

0.0067
420.38
127.1

0.0067
425.37
135.2

0.0067
430.81
143.3

0.0067
435.67
151.4

0.0067
439.42
154.7

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0067
445.33
165.4

0.0067
445.22
165.1

0.0108
406.22
103.1

0.0108
410.98
111.9

0.0108
415.89
120.2

0.0108
420.99
128.1

0.0108
425.76
136.0

0.0108
430.71
143.1

0.0108
435.54
150.7

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0108
440.76
158.4

0.0108
445.64
165.4

0.0140
405.82
103.0

0.0140
410.94
111.9

0.0140
416.23
120.5

0.0140
421.34
128.7

0.0140
426.30
136.9

0.0140
431.17
144.6

0.0140
436.07
151.9

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0140
440.90
159.0

0.0140
445.84
166.1

0.0236
406.46
103.0

0.0236
411.48
111.6

0.0236
416.40
119.8

0.0236
421.29
128.3

0.0236
426.16
136.2

0.0236
431.08
144.1

0.0236
436.12
151.4

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0236
436.14
151.7

0.0236
441.11
159.1

0.0236
446.22
166.4

0.0337
406.53
102.2

0.0337
411.52
110.8

0.0337
416.45
119.2

0.0337
421.28
127.6

0.0337
426.12
135.2

0.0337
430.97
143.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0337
435.95
150.9

0.0337
440.77
158.1

0.0337
445.19
164.7

0.0434
406.39
101.6

0.0434
411.35
110.6

0.0434
416.35
118.7

0.0434
421.26
126.9

0.0434
426.21
135.0

0.0434
431.04
142.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0434
436.02
150.1

0.0434
440.80
157.7

0.0434
445.71
164.3

0.0549
406.56
100.6

0.0549
411.35
108.9

0.0549
416.42
117.9

0.0549
421.30
126.3

0.0549
426.30
134.2

0.0549
431.22
142.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0549
436.39
149.8

0.0549
441.37
157.3

0.0549
446.44
164.1

0.0628
406.63
101.1

0.0628
410.69
107.9

0.0628
411.51
109.5

0.0628
420.59
124.9

0.0628
421.30
126.4

0.0628
426.16
133.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0628
430.36
140.5

0.0628
430.99
141.1

0.0628
436.29
149.7

0.0628
441.24
156.8

0.0628
446.88
165.1

0.0690
411.48
108.8

0.0690
416.46
116.9

0.0690
421.34
125.4

0.0690
426.20
133.1

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0690
431.24
141.1

0.0690
431.22
140.8

0.0690
435.91
148.4

0.0690
441.20
156.1

0.0690
446.28
163.6

0.0770
406.84
100.1

0.0770
411.71
108.9

0.0770
416.75
117.1

0.0770
421.57
125.4

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0770
426.70
134.3

0.0770
431.72
141.6

0.0770
435.57
147.8

0.0770
445.58
161.2

0.0828
406.61
98.2

0.0828
416.41
116.5

0.0828
417.35
118.1

0.0828
412.43
109.6

0.0828
421.32
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wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0828
426.33
132.7

0.0828
431.25
140.1

0.0828
436.04
147.9

0.0828
440.82
154.9

0.0828
445.85
161.8

0.0862
407.25
99.6

0.0862
412.31
108.9

0.0862
416.76
116.6

0.0862
421.68
124.7

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0862
426.70
132.5

0.0862
431.71
140.6

0.0862
436.57
148.0

0.0862
441.50
155.3

0.0955
406.29
98.7

0.0955
411.15
106.8

0.0955
416.16
115.1

0.0955
421.10
123.9

0.0955
426.05
132.0

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0955
430.98
139.5

0.0955
435.98
147.4

0.0955
440.63
153.9

0.0955
445.47
161.2

0.0960
406.47
98.9

0.0960
411.27
107.1

0.0960
416.14
115.4

0.0960
420.94
123.5

0.0960
425.74
131.1

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.0960
430.64
138.7

0.0960
435.49
146.2

0.0960
440.39
153.8

0.0960
445.54
160.9

0.1079
406.42
98.0

0.1079
411.32
105.9

0.1079
416.18
114.1

0.1079
420.95
122.3

0.1079
425.92
130.1

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1079
430.81
137.7

0.1079
435.74
145.4

0.1079
440.76
153.2

0.1079
445.92
160.2

0.1200
406.13
95.7

0.1200
411.07
104.8

0.1200
416.18
112.8

0.1200
421.14
121.7

0.1200
425.96
129.6

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1200
430.71
136.7

0.1200
435.56
144.2

0.1200
440.52
151.9

0.1200
445.65
159.2

0.1282
406.30
95.7

0.1282
411.21
104.8

0.1282
416.25
112.8

0.1282
421.18
121.0

0.1282
426.13
129.1

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1282
431.05
136.9

0.1282
436.04
144.6

0.1282
441.22
151.9

0.1282
446.36
159.8

0.1360
406.38
95.2

0.1360
411.32
103.7

0.1360
416.49
112.8

0.1360
417.17
113.8

0.1360
421.44
120.8

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1360
426.37
128.9

0.1360
431.22
136.4

0.1360
436.23
144.2

0.1360
442.30
153.2

0.1360
446.81
159.8

0.1518
405.90
93.3

0.1518
410.64
101.6

0.1518
420.79
118.6

0.1518
425.73
126.7

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1518
430.50
134.4

0.1518
435.37
141.9

0.1518
440.21
149.0

0.1518
445.37
156.6

0.1665
405.98
91.9

0.1665
410.69
100.4

0.1665
415.79
108.9

0.1665
420.84
117.3

0.1665
425.85
125.7

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.1665
430.86
133.8

0.1665
435.82
141.1

0.1665
440.79
148.3

0.1665
445.47
155.6

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

poly(butyl acrylate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 5.6, Air Products
carbon dioxide
CO2

1998ONE
124-38-9

cloud points

0.00113 0.00113 0.00113 0.00113 0.00113


298.15 308.15 318.15 328.15 338.15
21.99
24.13
27.10
29.58
31.92

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

poly(butyl methacrylate)
Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
carbon dioxide
CO2

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continued
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar
/(g/cm3)

cloud points

0.05
426.35
2021.9
1.085

0.05
446.85
1716.8
1.020

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB

0.05
507.45
1419.3
0.895

1998ONE
124-38-9

cloud points

0.0050

T/K

298.15

P/MPa

12.27

poly(butylene oxide)-b-poly(ethylene oxide)


1998ONE
diblock copolymer
Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.62 ( = 0.96 + 0.66), 44.4 mol% ethylene oxide,
SAM 185, hydroxyl terminated
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.05
485.85
1484.1
0.932

poly(butylene glycol)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 0.8, Air Products
carbon dioxide
CO2

Polymer (B):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.05
465.85
1572.3
0.973

cloud points

0.00005 0.00005 0.00050 0.001


296.15 308.15 296.15 308.15
11.86
14.00
12.55
27.58

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(butyl methacrylate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 38.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 65.5,
synthesized in the laboratory
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

373.15
1380

393.15
1320

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

2004BEC

413.15
1215

433.15
1161

453.15
1147

473.15
1111

poly(-caprolactone)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 9.3, Mw/kg.mol1 = 14.6,
Tg/K = 213, Union Carbide Corp.
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2

Type of data:

cloud points

Comments:

50 < (T/K 273.15) < 150.

488.15
1077

508.15
1031

1993HA4

75-45-6

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continued
P/MPa = 20.871 + 0.43397 (T/K 273.15) 6.7838 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 19.636 + 0.42290 (T/K 273.15) 4.4064 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 18.914 + 0.43503 (T/K 273.15) 5.7375 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 20.629 + 0.47439 (T/K 273.15) 7.6059 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 20.806 + 0.47302 (T/K 273.15) 7.3343 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 20.118 + 0.46526 (T/K 273.15) 7.1455 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 20.174 + 0.46303 (T/K 273.15) 6.9886 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 20.729 + 0.46978 (T/K 273.15) 7.2765 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 23.208 + 0.49300 (T/K 273.15) 8.4772 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 22.928 + 0.44778 (T/K 273.15) 6.0281 104 (T/K 273.15)2

wB = 0.00029
wB = 0.00288
wB = 0.00973
wB = 0.0206
wB = 0.0310
wB = 0.0406
wB = 0.0497
wB = 0.0725
wB = 0.1489
wB = 0.1887

poly(-caprolactone)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 26.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 40.5,
Tg/K = 213, Union Carbide Corp.
chlorodifluoromethane
CHClF2

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

cloud points

Comments:

50 < (T/K 273.15) < 150.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

wB

poly(1,1-dihydroperfluorooctyl acrylate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 100
carbon dioxide
CO2

T/K

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

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0.05
313.2
30.7

318.15

P/bar

124-38-9

177.9

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 31.3, Mn/kg.mol1 = 93.7,
Scientific Polymer Products, Inc., Ontario, NY
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):

wB
T/K
P/MPa

1996HAR

cloud points

0.010

Type of data:

75-45-6

P/MPa = 20.927 + 0.48674 (T/K 273.15) 7.8029 104 (T/K 273.15)2


P/MPa = 19.729 + 0.47761 (T/K 273.15) 7.1376 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 20.096 + 0.49072 (T/K 273.15) 7.5342 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 18.227 + 0.45775 (T/K 273.15) 6.1003 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 19.114 + 0.47121 (T/K 273.15) 6.5685 104 (T/K 273.15)2
P/MPa = 19.939 + 0.47596 (T/K 273.15) 6.4877 104 (T/K 273.15)2

wB = 0.00031
wB = 0.00308
wB = 0.0100
wB = 0.0307
wB = 0.0505
wB = 0.0724

Type of data:

1993HA4

cloud points
0.05
307.7
33.0

0.05
306.0
35.0

0.05
303.7
38.4

0.05
348.2
34.8

0.05
341.2
33.4

0.05
340.8
32.2

1999LIJ

124-38-9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13, low polydispersity
carbon dioxide
CO2

1998ONE
124-38-9

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.00227 0.00505 0.01060 0.02420 0.00227 0.07160


283.15 283.15 283.15 283.15 293.15 293.15
7.58
9.58
13.24
18.62
10.20
21.65

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.00227 0.00505 0.01060 0.01870 0.02420 0.03830 0.07160 0.09470 0.17300


298.15 298.15 298.15 298.15 298.15 298.15 298.15 298.15 298.15
11.72
13.10
14.96
15.72
16.41
19.03
20.34
21.03
20.89

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.00227 0.00505 0.01060 0.01870 0.02420 0.03830 0.07160 0.09470 0.17300


308.15 308.15 308.15 308.15 308.15 308.15 308.15 308.15 308.15
14.75
16.13
17.31
17.65
25.23
20.41
21.30
21.51
21.51

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.00227 0.00505 0.01060 0.01870 0.02420 0.03830 0.07160 0.09470 0.17300


323.15 323.15 323.15 323.15 323.15 323.15 323.15 323.15 323.15
18.41
20.34
21.44
21.86
22.13
23.72
24.34
24.68
24.48

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.00227 0.00505 0.01060 0.01870 0.02420 0.03830 0.07160 0.09470 0.17300


338.15 338.15 338.15 338.15 338.15 338.15 338.15 338.15 338.15
22.55
24.27
25.51
25.65
25.99
27.44
30.34
28.06
28.06

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

1998ONE
124-38-9

cloud points

0.0040
298.15
24.13

0.0040
308.15
21.51

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)
end-capped with C3H6NH2, prepared in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

0.0040
318.15
22.75

0.0040
328.15
24.61

0.0040
338.15
25.68

poly(dimethylsiloxane) monomethacrylate
1998ONE
Mn/kg.mol1 = 10, Aldrich Chem. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, WI
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

cloud points

T/K = 298.15
wB
P/MPa

0.00230 0.00507 0.01050 0.01490 0.02290


10.76
11.31
13.17
13.86
14.41

T/K = 303.15
wB
P/MPa

0.00230 0.00507 0.01050 0.01490 0.02290


12.00
12.62
14.82
15.03
15.72

T/K = 313.15
wB
P/MPa

0.00230 0.00507 0.01050 0.01490 0.02290


15.31
16.13
17.44
17.79
18.48
continued

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continued
T/K = 323.15
wB
P/MPa

0.00230 0.00507 0.01050 0.01490 0.02290


18.27
18.89
20.48
27.37
21.44

T/K = 333.15
wB
P/MPa

0.00230 0.00507 0.01050 0.01490 0.02290


20.82
21.99
23.10
23.17
23.86

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

1998ONE

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cloud points

0.00110 0.00110 0.00110 0.00110 0.00110


298.15 303.15 313.15 323.15 333.15
22.96
24.89
28.61
31.44
35.03

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

poly(dimethylsiloxane)-g-poly(ethylene oxide)
graft copolymer
unknown composition and molar mass,
DABCO DC5357, Dow Corning
carbon dioxide
CO2

poly(dimethylsiloxane)-g-poly(ethylene oxide)
1998ONE
graft copolymer
unknown composition and molar mass, fractionated in the laboratory
from DABCO DC5357, Dow Corning
carbon dioxide
CO2
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cloud points

0.00110 0.00110 0.00110 0.00110 0.00110


298.15 303.15 313.15 323.15 333.15
7.79
9.72
12.55
15.72
18.13

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)-g-poly(ethylene oxide)
1998ONE
graft copolymer
unknown composition and molar mass, made in the laboratory
from DABCO DC5384, Dow Corning
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carbon dioxide
CO2

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.00575 0.00789 0.00575 0.00789 0.01120 0.00575 0.00789 0.01120 0.00575


298.15 298.15 308.15 308.15 308.15 318.15 318.15 318.15 328.15
13.93
21.03
14.48
15.65
16.89
15.79
17.58
19.24
18.96

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.00789 0.01120 0.00575 0.00789 0.01120


328.15 328.15 338.15 338.15 338.15
20.96
23.86
20.82
23.37
25.37

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

poly(dimethylsiloxane)-g-poly(ethylene oxide)
1998ONE
graft copolymer (trifluoroacetate end-capped)
unknown composition and molar mass, made in the laboratory
from DABCO DC5357, Dow Corning
carbon dioxide
CO2
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cloud points

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.00150 0.00430 0.00575 0.00789 0.00150 0.00430 0.00575 0.00789 0.01120


298.15 298.15 298.15 298.15 303.15 303.15 308.15 308.15 308.15
13.51
17.03
13.93
21.03
16.20
19.72
14.48
15.65
16.89

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.00150 0.00430 0.00575 0.00789 0.01120 0.00150 0.00430 0.00575 0.00789


313.15 313.15 318.15 318.15 318.15 323.15 323.15 328.15 328.15
19.86
24.89
15.79
17.58
19.24
23.37
29.37
18.96
20.96

wB
T/K
P/MPa

0.01120 0.00150 0.00430 0.00575 0.00789 0.01120


328.15 333.15 333.15 338.15 338.15 338.15
23.86
27.79
34.89
20.82
23.37
25.37

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

1998ONE

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cloud points

0.00381 0.00381 0.00381


298.15 308.15 333.15
15.17
19.86
29.99

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

poly(dimethylsiloxane)-g-poly(ethylene oxide)
graft copolymer (PDMS13-g-EO10)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.7, synthesized by Unilever Research,
Edgewater, NJ
carbon dioxide
CO2

poly(dimethylsiloxane)-g-poly(ethylene oxide)
graft copolymer (PDMS20-g-EO10-g-EO10)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 2.8, synthesized by Unilever Research,
Edgewater, NJ
carbon dioxide
CO2

1998ONE

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cloud points

0.00148 0.00148 0.00148


298.15 313.15 333.15
16.69
21.86
29.37

Polymer (B):

Characterization:
Solvent (A):

poly(dimethylsiloxane)-g-poly(ethylene oxide)-gpoly(propylene oxide) graft copolymer


[PDMS22-g-(PEO/PPO = 75/25)]
Mn/kg.mol1 = 6.0, Abil B-8851 Surfactant, Goldschmidt
carbon dioxide
CO2

1998ONE

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continued
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

cloud points

0.00119 0.00119 0.00119 0.00119


298.15 313.15 323.15 333.15
28.75
32.61
33.03
34.13

Polymer (B):

poly(dimethylsiloxane)-g-poly(ethylene oxide)-gpoly(propylene oxide) graft copolymer


[PDMS73-g-(PEO/PPO = 75/25)]
Mn/kg.mol1 = 13, Abil B-88184 Surfactant, Goldschmidt
carbon dioxide
CO2

Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/MPa

124-38-9

cloud points

0.00165 0.00165 0.00165 0.00165 0.00563 0.00563


298.15 313.15 323.15 333.15 313.15 333.15
28.61
32.82
35.30
37.23
37.23
40.95

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(di-1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorodecyl diitaconate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 150 (this is an estimated value only),
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar
/(g/cm3)

1998ONE

2003LID

124-38-9

cloud points

0.0096
424.45
398
0.635

0.0096
396.05
359
0.676

0.0096
372.15
321
0.710

0.0096
358.05
299
0.736

0.0096
342.75
260
0.770

0.0096
328.45
238
0.816

0.0096
316.05
218
0.859

0.0096
295.05
118
0.870

0.0150
395.35
364

wB
0.0150
T/K
375.55
P/bar
336
/(g/cm3)

0.0150
356.15
326

0.0150
345.75
309

0.0150
334.85
291

0.0150
328.45
276

0.0150
319.25
258

0.0150
306.15
221

0.0670
419.45
396
0.711

0.0670
389.65
355
0.752

wB
T/K
P/bar
/(g/cm3)

0.0670
334.65
237
0.838

0.0670
314.85
180
0.872

0.0670
296.95
126
0.907

0.1100
385.65
349
0.749

0.1100
352.85
281
0.798

0.1100
337.15
239
0.826

0.1100
325.25
209
0.847

0.1100
310.65
163
0.877

0.0670
355.55
287
0.802

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(di-1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorododecyl diitaconate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 150 (this is an estimated value only),
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB
T/K
P/bar

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0.0095
386.35
293.1

cloud points
0.0095
349.95
225.5

0.0095
324.85
161.7

0.0095
297.25
81.4

0.0206
377.45
282.4

0.0206
345.75
221.7

0.0206
312.45
130.2

0.0206
297.85
88.3

2003LID

124-38-9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(di-1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorohexyl diitaconate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 150 (this is an estimated value only),
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB

was kept constant

T/K
409.35
P/bar
388
/(g/cm3) 0.675

381.95
343
0.709

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

342.55
252
0.773

333.45
228
0.783

324.05
215
0.806

318.75
182
0.818

306.05
137
0.820

294.65
95
0.838

2003LID

124-38-9

cloud points

0.010

was kept constant

T/K
421.25
P/bar
402
/(g/cm3) 0.644

404.15
379
0.669

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

373.35
327
0.713

358.45
313
0.757

342.15
256
0.761

315.65
177
0.810

306.25
146
0.827

294.85
106
0.847

poly(di-1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorodecyl monoitaconate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 150 (this is an estimated value only),
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

358.85
294
0.744

poly(di-1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorooctyl diitaconate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 150 (this is an estimated value only),
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):

wB

124-38-9

cloud points

0.010

Type of data:

2003LID

2003LID

124-38-9

cloud points

wB
T/K
P/bar
/(g/cm3)

0.0100
387.35
335
0.733

0.0100
369.55
318
0.809

0.0100
350.25
298
0.855

0.0100
337.45
275
0.883

0.0100
322.95
244
0.941

0.0100
301.15
183
0.963

0.0100
293.25
142
1.001

0.0305
398.65
351
0.702

0.0305
365.15
306
0.817

wB
T/K
P/bar
/(g/cm3)

0.0305
346.45
283
0.870

0.0305
337.55
267
0.887

0.0305
323.45
237
0.930

0.0305
306.55
210
0.950

0.0305
296.15
170
0.978

0.0550
374.25
326
0.744

0.0550
349.25
284
0.835

0.0550
343.35
274
0.844

0.0550
325.45
243
0.882

wB
T/K
P/bar
/(g/cm3)

0.0550
314.95
217
0.935

0.0550
296.15
171
0.972

0.0992
379.75
344
0.752

0.0992
356.75
297
0.822

0.0992
340.85
258
0.897

0.0992
331.55
246
0.909

0.0992
322.55
227
0.919

0.0992
309.95
186
0.928

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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

poly(di-1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorododecyl monoitaconate) 2003LID


Mw/kg.mol1 = 150 (this is an estimated value only),
synthesized in the laboratory
124-38-9
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:
wB

cloud points

0.0129

was kept constant

T/K
402.05
P/bar
401
/(g/cm3) 0.804

369.65
361
0.884

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB

382.45
487
0.927

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

300.15
287
1.147

2003LID

124-38-9

366.15
498
0.982

352.45
518
1.030

335.75
539
1.114

2003LID

124-38-9

cloud points

0.0103

was kept constant

T/K
388.55
P/bar
355
/(g/cm3) 0.766

370.55
356
0.854

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

359.65
359
0.907

347.55
364
0.971

336.05
345
1.009

321.75
318
1.057

306.05
252
1.120

293.45
265
1.154

poly(ethyl acrylate)
Mn/kg.mol1 = 85.4, Mw/kg.mol1 = 154,
Polysciences, Inc., Warrington, PA
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):

2004BEC

74-85-1

cloud points

wB

0.05

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

354.15
1613

364.15
1541

T/K
P/bar

513.55
1038

533.15
1010

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319.55
306
1.069

poly(di-1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorooctyl monoitaconate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 150 (this is an estimated value only),
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):

Type of data:

326.05
320
1.047

was kept constant

T/K
400.95
P/bar
450
/(g/cm3) 0.850

wB

342.35
335
0.983

cloud points

0.0098

Type of data:

348.65
345
0.961

poly(di-1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorohexyl monoitaconate)
Mw/kg.mol1 = 150 (this is an estimated value only),
synthesized in the laboratory
carbon dioxide
CO2

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

359.25
357
0.923

373.15
1485

393.15
1376

414.35
1288

434.65
1217

453.85
1162

473.45
1117

492.35
1077

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.94, Mw/kg.mol1 = 5.37,
LDPE-wax, = 0.9238 g/cm3, Leuna-Werke, Germany
1-butene
C4H8

1992WOH

106-98-9

coexistence data

T/K = 493.15
Total feed concentrations of the homogeneous system before demixing: wA = 0.75 and wB = 0.25.
____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wA
liquid phase

gas phase

____________________________________________________________________________________
9.030
0.2985
9.180
0.9936
9.220
0.3299
9.313
0.3234
9.317
0.9893
9.410
0.9866
9.601
0.9834
9.838
0.3441
10.027
0.9875
12.062
0.9819
12.250
0.4023
12.440
0.4093
0.9730
12.720
0.4161
0.9730
12.960
0.9663
13.010
0.4246
13.860
0.9651
14.620
0.4739
14.711
0.9528
15.280
0.9365
15.520
0.4942
15.685
0.9396
15.940
0.9310
16.317
0.5054
16.685
0.5196
17.074
0.9146
18.305
0.8966
18.876
0.5837
18.929
0.6014
19.717
0.8440
20.400
0.7361
22.263
0.7497
23.400
0.7369
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Comments:

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Vapor-liquid equilibrium data for this system are given in Chapter 2.

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

polyethylene
1993HA3
Mn/kg.mol1 = 37, Mw/kg.mol1 = 49, 36% crystallinity, Tm/K = 371
74-84-0
ethane
C2H6

cloud points

wB

0.055

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

371.15
1070.0

385.15
1060.0

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

394.45
1054.9

cloud points

0.055

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

388.95
1187.0

389.45
1185.9

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

398.45
1158.3

424.55
1096.2

cloud points

0.055

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

382.05
1148.0

388.45
1137.6

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):

393.75
1123.8

403.65
1099.7

413.15
1079.0

423.35
1061.8

polyethylene
1993HA3
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 41, Mw/kg.mol = 53, 49% crystallinity, Tm/K = 381
74-84-0
ethane
C2H6

cloud points

wB

0.055

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

380.95
1138.0

386.95
1130.7

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

408.25
1134.2

polyethylene
1993HA3
Mn/kg.mol1 = 39, Mw/kg.mol1 = 50, 40% crystallinity, Tm/K = 396
74-84-0
ethane
C2H6

wB

Type of data:

424.75
996.3

polyethylene
1993HA3
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 37, Mw/kg.mol = 46, 57% crystallinity, Tm/K = 396
ethane
C2H6
74-84-0

wB

Type of data:

402.85
1034.2

398.55
1099.7

410.05
1072.1

424.15
1044.5

polyethylene
1993HA3
Mn/kg.mol1 = 21, Mw/kg.mol1 = 106, 42% crystallinity, Tm/K = 396
74-84-0
ethane
C2H6

cloud points
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continued
wB

0.055

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

389.15
1281.0

391.55
1280.7

Polymer (B):
Characterization:
Solvent (A):
Type of data:

393.15
1273.8

403.35
1239.3

412.85
1206.6

413.05
1199.7

423.75
1158.3

425.75
1170.4

polyethylene
1993HA3
Mn/kg.mol1 = 76, Mw/kg.mol1 = 108, 46% crystallinity, Tm/K = 394
ethane
C2H6
74-84-0

cloud points

wB

0.055

was kept constant

T/K
P/bar

390.15
1244.0

392.15
1242.8

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

393.85
1235.9

403.65
1206.6

413.05
1179.0

425.05
1144.5

polyethylene
1996HEU
1
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 0.638, Mw/kg.mol = 0.768, Mz/kg.mol = 0.911,
Exxon Polywax 655
ethene
C2H4
74-85-1

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

402.65
1246.2

cloud points

T/K = 413.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0504
42.8

0.0434
43.8

0.0380
44.4

xB
P/MPa

0.0160
46.8

0.0096
45.8

0.0070
45.1

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0265,

0.0309
45.2

0.0283
45.4

0.0265
45.5

0.0245
45.9

0.0230
46.2

0.0205
46.6

0.0230
46.5

0.0205
46.9

0.0230
46.8

0.0205
47.2

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 45.5

T/K = 433.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0504
43.0

0.0434
44.0

0.0380
44.6

xB
P/MPa

0.0160
47.0

0.0096
46.1

0.0070
45.4

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0265,

0.0309
45.4

0.0283
45.6

0.0265
45.8

0.0245
46.2

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 45.8

T/K = 453.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0504
43.1

0.0434
44.1

0.0380
44.8

xB
P/MPa

0.0160
47.3

0.0096
46.4

0.0070
45.6

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0265,

0.0309
45.6

0.0283
45.8

0.0265
46.0

0.0245
46.4

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 46.0

T/K = 473.15
continued

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continued
xB
P/MPa

0.0504
43.3

0.0434
44.3

0.0380
45.0

xB
P/MPa

0.0160
47.6

0.0096
46.7

0.0070
45.9

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0265,

0.0309
45.8

0.0283
46.0

0.0265
46.2

0.0245
46.6

0.0230
47.0

0.0205
47.4

0.0230
47.3

0.0205
47.7

0.0230
47.6

0.0205
48.0

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 46.2

T/K = 493.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0504
43.5

0.0434
44.5

0.0380
45.2

xB
P/MPa

0.0160
47.8

0.0096
46.9

0.0070
46.2

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0265,

0.0309
46.0

0.0283
46.2

0.0265
46.4

0.0245
46.9

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 46.4

T/K = 513.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0504
43.6

0.0434
44.8

0.0380
45.4

xB
P/MPa

0.0160
48.1

0.0096
47.3

0.0070
46.5

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0265,

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

0.0283
46.4

0.0265
46.6

0.0245
47.1

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 46.6

polyethylene
1996HEU
Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.122, Mw/kg.mol1 = 1.311, Mz/kg.mol1 = 1.538,
Exxon Polywax 1000
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.0309
46.2

cloud points

T/K = 413.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0320
54.1

0.0290
55.4

0.0270
56.1

0.0250
56.8

0.0230
57.4

0.0210
58.1

xB
P/MPa

0.0120
59.8

0.0110
60.3

0.0100
60.8

0.0080
61.5

0.0050
61.2

0.0030
59.2

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0120,

0.0180
58.8

0.0150
59.4

0.0132
59.7

0.0150
58.8

0.0132
59.1

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 59.8

T/K = 433.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0320
53.9

0.0290
55.1

0.0270
55.8

0.0250
56.4

0.0230
57.0

0.0210
57.6

xB
P/MPa

0.0120
59.2

0.0110
59.5

0.0100
59.9

0.0080
60.4

0.0050
60.1

0.0030
58.1

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0120,

0.0180
58.3

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 59.2

T/K = 453.15
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xB
P/MPa

0.0320
53.7

0.0290
54.8

0.0270
55.5

0.0250
56.0

0.0230
56.7

0.0210
57.3

xB
P/MPa

0.0120
58.6

0.0110
59.0

0.0100
59.4

0.0080
59.7

0.0050
59.2

0.0030
57.4

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0120,

0.0180
57.8

0.0150
58.2

0.0132
58.5

0.0150
57.7

0.0132
57.9

0.0150
56.9

0.0132
57.1

0.0150
56.2

0.0132
56.3

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 58.6

T/K = 473.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0320
53.5

0.0290
54.6

0.0270
55.2

0.0250
55.7

0.0230
56.2

0.0210
56.7

xB
P/MPa

0.0120
58.0

0.0110
58.3

0.0100
58.7

0.0080
59.1

0.0050
58.5

0.0030
56.4

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0120,

0.0180
57.3

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 58.0

T/K = 493.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0320
53.2

0.0290
54.2

0.0270
54.7

0.0250
55.2

0.0230
55.6

0.0210
56.0

xB
P/MPa

0.0120
57.2

0.0110
57.7

0.0100
58.1

0.0080
58.5

0.0050
57.6

0.0030
55.4

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0120,

0.0180
56.5

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 57.2

T/K = 513.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0320
52.9

0.0290
53.7

0.0270
54.2

0.0250
54.6

0.0230
55.0

0.0210
55.4

xB
P/MPa

0.0120
56.4

0.0110
57.0

0.0100
57.5

0.0080
58.0

0.0050
57.0

0.0030
54.7

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0120,

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 56.4

polyethylene
1996HEU
1
1
1
Mn/kg.mol = 1.160, Mw/kg.mol = 1.600, Mz/kg.mol = 3.154,
Exxon Polywax H101
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.0180
55.8

cloud points

T/K = 413.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0197
56.7

0.0165
60.6

0.0134
63.0

0.0125
63.6

0.0118
63.8

0.0111
64.0

xB
P/MPa

0.0080
67.6

0.0060
69.8

0.0049
70.6

0.0036
70.8

0.0030
70.3

0.0024
69.7

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0111,

0.0105
64.7

0.0099
65.4

0.0093
66.0

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 64.0

T/K = 433.15
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xB
P/MPa

0.0197
56.3

0.0165
60.1

0.0134
62.3

0.0125
62.8

0.0118
63.1

0.0111
63.2

xB
P/MPa

0.0080
66.5

0.0060
68.6

0.0049
69.5

0.0036
69.5

0.0030
69.0

0.0024
68.3

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0111,

0.0105
63.9

0.0099
64.4

0.0093
65.0

0.0099
63.5

0.0093
64.1

0.0099
62.7

0.0093
63.3

0.0099
61.9

0.0093
62.5

0.0099
60.9

0.0093
61.4

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 63.2

T/K = 453.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0197
55.9

0.0165
59.5

0.0134
61.7

0.0125
62.1

0.0118
62.3

0.0111
62.4

xB
P/MPa

0.0080
65.6

0.0060
67.4

0.0049
68.2

0.0036
68.4

0.0030
67.8

0.0024
67.1

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0111,

0.0105
62.9

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 64.1

T/K = 473.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0197
55.6

0.0165
59.1

0.0134
60.9

0.0125
61.3

0.0118
61.4

0.0111
61.5

xB
P/MPa

0.0080
64.6

0.0060
66.3

0.0049
66.9

0.0036
67.1

0.0030
66.6

0.0024
65.7

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0111,

0.0105
62.1

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 61.5

T/K = 493.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0197
55.2

0.0165
58.6

0.0134
60.3

0.0125
60.6

0.0118
60.7

0.0111
60.8

xB
P/MPa

0.0080
63.7

0.0060
65.3

0.0049
65.8

0.0036
65.8

0.0030
65.1

0.0024
64.1

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0111,

0.0105
61.3

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 60.8

T/K = 513.15
xB
P/MPa

0.0197
54.8

0.0165
57.9

0.0134
59.4

0.0125
59.6

0.0118
59.7

0.0111
59.9

xB
P/MPa

0.0080
62.7

0.0060
64.3

0.0049
64.7

0.0036
64.4

0.0030
63.8

0.0024
62.8

critical concentration: xB, crit = 0.0111,

Polymer (B):
Characterization:

wB
T/K
P/bar

0.132
383.15
57.5

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 59.9

polyethylene
1981SP2, 1983SPA, 1986SPA
Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.1, Mw/kg.mol1 = 4.0, Mz/kg.mol1 = 86,
LDPE-wax, = 0.865 g/cm3 at 295 K
74-85-1
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

0.0105
60.3

cloud points
0.295
383.15
60.9

0.140
433.15
59.2

0.270
433.15
61.1

0.250
473.15
65.4

0.139
473.15
64.0

0.646
473.15
50.9
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Type of data:

coexistence data

T/K = 383.15
Total feed concentrations of the homogeneous system before demixing: wA = 0.868 and wB = 0.132.
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Demixing
pressure

wB
gel phase sol phase

Fractionation during demixing


gel phase
sol phase

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

Mn/
M w/
kg/mol kg/mol

Mn/
kg/mol

M w/
kg/mol

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

57.5
56.9
53.9
53.0
43.2
42.2

0.140
0.120
0.604

1.41

1.22

4.04
1.59

0.88
0.85

1.13
1.06

5.84

0.077
0.032
0.700

1.13
1.06

4.77

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T/K = 433.15
Total feed concentrations of the homogeneous system before demixing: wA = 0.860 and wB = 0.140.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Demixing
pressure

wB
gel phase sol phase

Fractionation during demixing


gel phase
sol phase

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

Mn/
M w/
kg/mol kg/mol

Mn/
kg/mol

M w/
kg/mol

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

59.2
54.9
54.3
46.6
43.7

0.140
0.605

1.58
0.102
0.056

0.701

1.31

1.13

4.04

0.94
0.91

1.32
1.21

7.11

5.52

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T/K = 473.15
Total feed concentrations of the homogeneous system before demixing: wA = 0.861 and wB = 0.139.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Demixing
pressure

wB
gel phase sol phase

Fractionation during demixing


gel phase
sol phase

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

Mn/
M w/
kg/mol kg/mol

Mn/
kg/mol

M w/
kg/mol

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

64.0
62.3

0.139
0.124

1.13
1.06

4.04
1.83

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P/
MPa

Mn/
M w/
kg/mol kg/mol

Mn/
kg/mol

M w/
kg/mol

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

61.3
0.624
1.96
9.63
60.6
0.112
1.00
1.55
59.7
0.642
1.92
9.08
54.3
0.072
0.95
1.33
51.4
0.692
1.61
7.32
49.4
0.700
1.49
6.54
38.4
0.768
1.28
5.54
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T/K = 473.15
Total feed concentrations of the homogeneous system before demixing: wA = 0.354 and wB = 0.646.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Demixing
pressure

wB
gel phase sol phase

Fractionation during demixing


gel phase
sol phase

____________________________________________________________________________________

P/
MPa

Mn/
M w/
kg/mol kg/mol

Mn/
kg/mol

M w/
kg/mol

____________________________________________________________________________________
50.9
0.646
1.13
4.04
49.8
0.654
1.22
6.23
47.4
0.073
0.89
1.17
44.8
0.701
1.29
6.49
38.6
0.028
0.79
1.02
37.7
0.767
1.26
5.54
23.3
0.847
1.18
4.48
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Polymer (B):
Characterization:

polyethylene
Mn/kg.mol1 = 1.2, Mw/kg.mol1 = 4.4, Mz/kg.mol1 = 86,
LDPE-wax, = 0.865 g/cm3 at 295 K
ethene
C2H4

Solvent (A):
Type of data:

1981SP1

74-85-1

cloud points

T/K = 383.15
wB
P/MPa

0.132
57.5

0.247
60.4

0.316
60.7

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.370,

0.370
58.5

0.435
57.4

0.610
48.6

0.641
46.0

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 58.5

T/K = 433.15
wB
P/MPa

0.114
58.3

0.140
59.2

0.186
60.3

0.280
61.0

0.365
59.7

0.381
58.6

0.425
58.1

0.484
56.9

0.515
55.7
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wB
P/MPa

0.548
54.4

0.589
52.1

0.719
40.5

critical concentration: wB, crit = 0.381,

0.819
26.0

0.855
19.8

critical pressure: Pcrit/MPa = 58.6

T/K = 473.15
wB
P/MPa

0.139
64.0

Type of data:

0.268
65.4

0.392
63.2

0.430
61.0

0.455
59.1

0.646
50.9

coexistence data

T/K = 383.15
Total feed concentrations of the homogeneous system before demixing: wA = 0.868 and wB = 0.132.
______________________________________________________

P/
MPa

wB
gel phase

sol phase

______________________________________________________
57.5
0.555
0.132 (cloud and shadow points)
56.9
0.120
55.4
0.584
53.9
0.604
53.0
0.077
52.1
0.066
43.2
0.032
42.2
0.700
31.0
0.003
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