Hi, I'm looking for a chemist with an extensive knowledge in inert gasses, particularly in CO2 and N2. I am creating a new product and looking for someone who could answer me a few questions. I will need consultations (paid) on a regular basses. Anyone has experience in this area of chemistry?
Yes. I have extensive experience with carbon dioxide applications and all of the other industrial gases. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further discussion on your needs and my capabilties.
Hi, thanks for your interest in ACS members who understand properties of gases.
You say inert gases, CO2 and N2, assume no reactions (tho CO2 can react, N2 less) and only physical properties, i.e., P-V-T relationship at conditions other than STP? I taught pysical chemistry and have worked on projects that involved gases from L-N2 (77 K) to 300+ deg C and various pressures. What information do you need? Please advise.