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At any temperature where the iron is liquid, uranium is also liquid and 100% miscible with it. See Chen et al.[1], from which the diagram below is taken. As with many metal pairs, the liquid phase solubility dies not carry over to the solid state, where several intermetallic compounds form. Reference 1. Chen, Tianyi; Smith, Travis; Gigax, Jonathan; Chen, ...


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I did a bit of research but could not find any source on solubility of these substances in ethanol. ChemSpider has some indirect prediction of the solubility of CBGA and GBDA in the form of a logP value. In a two phase system of water and octanol, substances with higher logP have a higher fraction in the octanol phase. Ethanol has a logP of −0.18, while the ...


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Dissolving a substance in water means breaking hydrogen bonds. It requires energy. If enough new hydrogen bonds are made between solute molecules and water, this dissolution is energetically favorable. This happens when the solute is polar. If not enough new hydrogen bonds are made, the entropy effect is not sufficient to counterbalance the enthalpy effect : ...


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I worked as a production manager for a company that manufactured similar units. On these absorption units, the inside temperature is directly related to the ambient temperature. The warmer it’s outside, the warmer inside. Good ventilation over the condenser to get rid of heat does help and will make a difference. As long as you don’t disturb the natural ...


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