Supercritical water oxidation

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Supercritical water oxidation
Supercritical water oxidation

Supercritical water refers to a dense fluid whose temperature and pressure are higher than its critical point. When the temperature is higher than the critical temperature of water of 374.3 ° C and the pressure is greater than the critical pressure of water of 22.1 MPa, the properties of water change greatly. Hydrogen bonds in supercritical water are almost absent, and have a very low dielectric constant and good diffusion transfer properties.