By K. P. Lawley
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D. The system H,S-CH,-H,O is an example of a ternary system forming a continuous range of mixed hydrates of Structure I. For this system Noaker and Katz2, studied the H,S/CH, ratio of the gas in equilibrium with aqueous liquid and hydrate. From the variation of this ratio with total pressure at constant temperature it follows that complete miscibility must occur in the solid phase. Complete miscibility in Structure I1 was found by von Stackelberg and Meinhold47 for the systems C2H,C1-CH,CHC1,-H,O and C,H,Cl-CHCI,-H,O.
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