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Boiling points of aqueous ammonium nitrate solutions under pressure


, : Boiling points of aqueous ammonium nitrate solutions under pressure. Journal of Applied Chemistry of the USSR 56(8, Part 2): 1754-1757

Based on the empirical laws of Babo and Duhring, and on generalized experimental data, the boiling points of aqueous ammonium nitrate solutions with concentrations of 50.0-99.0 wt % were calculated for 1-7 atm pressures. An equation is proposed for calculating boiling points of 96-99.8 wt % ammonium nitrate solutions.

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