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Table 13  1. Solubilities of different solids in water at atmospheric pressure  191 
  2. Effect of high pressures on the solubilities of certain salts in water at 25°C  193 
  3. Effect of pressure on the liquidus composition in the system dimethylaniline in monomethylaniline at 0°C  196 
  4. Effect of pressure on the eutectic temperature and composition in various systems  197 
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Figure 1.  Effect of pressure on the solubility of certain substances in water  190 
  2. Pressure-composition equilibrium diagram for the system sodium chloride-water at 25°C  191 
  3. Pressure-composition equilibrium diagram for the system potassium sulfate-water at 25°C  192 
  4. Pressure-composition equilibrium diagram for the system ammonium nitrate-water at 25°C  192 
  5. Pressure-temperature relations for the equilibrium: sodium chloride dihydrate-sodium chloride-saturated solution  194 
  6. Pressure-temperature relations for the equilibrium: sodium sulfate decahydrate-sodium sulfate-saturated solution  195 
  7. Effect of pressure on the solubility, at 30°C., of m-dinitrobenzene in ethylacetate, and of naphthalene in tetrachloroethane  196 
  8. Effect of pressure on the temperature-composition equilibrium curves in the binary system aniline-phenol  199 
  9. Effect of pressure on the temperature-composition equilibrium curves in the binary system m-cresol-o-cresol  200 
  10. Solidus and liquidus curves at different pressures in the system p-dichlorobenzene-p-dibromobenzene  201 
  11. Effect of pressure on the temperature-composition curves in the system aniline-cyclohexane  202 
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Table 13  1. Solubilities of different solids in water at atmospheric pressure  191 
  2. Effect of high pressures on the solubilities of certain salts in water at 25°C  193 
  3. Effect of pressure on the liquidus composition in the system dimethylaniline in monomethylaniline at 0°C  196 
  4. Effect of pressure on the eutectic temperature and composition in various systems  197 
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Figure 1.  Effect of pressure on the solubility of certain substances in water  190 
  2. Pressure-composition equilibrium diagram for the system sodium chloride-water at 25°C  191 
  3. Pressure-composition equilibrium diagram for the system potassium sulfate-water at 25°C  192 
  4. Pressure-composition equilibrium diagram for the system ammonium nitrate-water at 25°C  192 
  5. Pressure-temperature relations for the equilibrium: sodium chloride dihydrate-sodium chloride-saturated solution  194 
  6. Pressure-temperature relations for the equilibrium: sodium sulfate decahydrate-sodium sulfate-saturated solution  195 
  7. Effect of pressure on the solubility, at 30°C., of m-dinitrobenzene in ethylacetate, and of naphthalene in tetrachloroethane  196 
  8. Effect of pressure on the temperature-composition equilibrium curves in the binary system aniline-phenol  199 
  9. Effect of pressure on the temperature-composition equilibrium curves in the binary system m-cresol-o-cresol  200 
  10. Solidus and liquidus curves at different pressures in the system p-dichlorobenzene-p-dibromobenzene  201 
  11. Effect of pressure on the temperature-composition curves in the system aniline-cyclohexane  202 

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2. Adams, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 54, 2229 (1932).

3. Adams and Gibson, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 54, 4520 (1932).

4. Cohen and Sinnige, Z. physik. Chem. 67, . . .

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