To Advance the Deep Carbon Observatory Toward its Decadal Goals in the Study of the Physics and Chemistry of Carbon at Extreme Conditions

Project: Research project

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Description

To Advance the Deep Carbon Observatory Toward its Decadal Goals in the Study of the Physics and Chemistry of Carbon at Extreme Conditions To Advance the Deep Carbon Observatory Toward its Decadal Goals in the Study of the Physics and Chemistry of Carbon at Extreme Conditions Statement of Work Shock/Boyer (ASU) Task 1: Develop new equations of state for aqueous nonelectrolytes (especially for organic solutes), and test functional forms against the available experimental partial molar heat capacity and volume data at high temperatures and pressures. Task 2: Identify the most useful functional form for a new equation of state that allows accurate representation of experimental data and reliable predictions. Task 3: Develop methods to predict equation of state parameters and therefore partial molar thermodynamic properties of aqueous nonelectrolytes with a specific focus on hydrocarbons and lipids.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date11/1/1312/31/15

Funding

  • Sloan (Alfred P.) Foundation: $44,800.00

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