Abstract

X-ray diffraction and related data on structure of dense gases and liquids are reviewed. It is concluded that the specific volume is one of the major controls of the properties of fluids, especially solubility of non-volatile compounds. It is also concluded that the liquid state of matter extends without limit above the critical temperature and that water within the earth along the normal geothermobars is in the liquid state.

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