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Publikācija: Novel Applications of Sulfur Dioxide in Organic and Analytical Chemistry

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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Novel Applications of Sulfur Dioxide in Organic and Analytical Chemistry
Field of research 1. Natural sciences
Sub-field of research 1.4 Chemical sciences
Authors Māris Turks
Jevgeņija Lugiņina
Daniels Posevins
Agnese Stikute
Irina Novosjolova
Vilnis Peipiņš
Viktors Kumpiņš
Keywords sulfur dioxide
Abstract Sulfur dioxide, which is a gas at ambient conditions, reveals a rather long liquid range: it boils at -10 °C and freezes at -75.5 °C. Most importantly, SO2 condenses easily by compression due to its high critical temperature (157.35 °C, 7.88 MPa) and its phase diagram predicts only ~10 atm pressure at 60 °C in a closed reactor.Sulfur dioxide has a high dipole moment (1.61 D), therefore it readily can dissolve both organic and inorganic salts.
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Reference Turks, M., Lugiņina, J., Posevins, D., Stikute, A., Novosjolova, I., Peipiņš, V., Kumpiņš, V. Novel Applications of Sulfur Dioxide in Organic and Analytical Chemistry. In: 19th European Symposium of Organic Chemistry (ESOC 2015): Book of Abstracts, Portugal, Lisbon, 12-16 July, 2015. Lisbon: 2015, pp.273-273. ISBN 978-989-8124-11-1.
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