A How to find the volume change of CO2 when compressed into liquid?

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Can anyone guide me with an approach to find the liquid volume of CO2 when a gas of 4.14x10[SUP]-6[/SUP] m[SUP]3[/SUP] at -20°C and 1 bar is compressed to liquid at 25bar, without change in temperature?
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Can anyone guide me with an approach to find the liquid volume of CO2 when a gas of 4.14x10-6 m3 at -20°C and 1 bar is compressed to liquid at 25bar, without change in temperature?
 

davenn

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Hi there
Welcome to PF :smile:

you have tagged your thread with an A, for post graduate level. Are you really there ?
If so, you must be well used to doing research .... what have you found so far online that
helps you with an answer ?

PS..... is this really homework ?
 

jbriggs444

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Starting from an undergrad level of competence, Google was able to point to a calculator that yields the relevant properties. For grad level, see Span and Wagner, 1996, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data., 25, 1509-1596
 

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