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In addition, the partitioning between vapor and solid phases can cause retardation of transport. This section describes the various mechanisms of vapor-phase partitioning between the liquid and gas phases. A separate chapter is devoted to solid–vapor partitioning. 1 Single-Component Liquid/Vapor Partitioning The partitioning of a single-component liquid into its vapor phase is dictated by the vapor pressure of the liquid, which is determined by the temperature of the 27 C. Ho and S. ), Gas Transport in Porous Media, 27–46.
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