Changes in fluids at high pressure

Greg Trollope gart at atlanta.com
Sat Sep 21 11:33:52 EST 1996


Reposting article removed by rogue canceller.

On 9/20/96 4:32AM, in message <51tkrn$g1s$1 at mhadf.production.compuserve.com>, Richard Whittle 
<106271.2656 at CompuServe.COM> wrote:

    Does anyone know of a bulk industrial fluid process that depends for its success on the fluid being 
    maintained at high pressure for a limited time whgile some transformation takes place?
    
    Might be chemical, biochemical...? Any ideas?
    
    Richard Whittle 106271.2656


The decaffeinization of coffee uses high pressure CO2 as the extraction
solvent.  Is this what you had in mind?


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Greg Trollope


Then to the rolling Heav'n itself I cried,
Asking, "What Lamp had Destiny to guide
Her little Children stumbling in the Dark?"
And - "A blind understanding!" Heaven replied.

Omar Khayyam




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