Solubility of organometallic complexes in supercritical carbon dioxide: A review
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The solubility and solubility trends of organometallic complexes in supercritical carbon dioxide are reviewed. The influence of intermolecular forces, physical properties and the metal chelates on solubility is explored. A number of thermodynamic models used to predict the solubility behavior of organometallic complexes in supercritical carbon dioxide, and the advantages and limitations to these thermodynamic models are also discussed. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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