Fluid Phase Equilibria, 1998, V142, N1-2, 15 January.

   * Steric and inductive effects in binary mixtures of alkanones with
     benzene or tetrachloromethane. Comparison with DISQUAC predictions
     Delitala, C., Marongiu, B. and Porcedda, S.                    page 1-14

   * An equation of state for dipolar two-center Lennard-Jones molecules
     and its application to refrigerants
     Kriebel, C., Mecke, M., Winkelmann, J., Vrabec, J. and Fischer, J.
                                                                    page 15-32
   * Group contribution equation of state based on the lattice fluid
     theory: Alkane-alkanol systems
     Mattedi, S., Tavares, F.W. and Castier, M.                     page 33-54

   * Application of perturbation theory to chain and polar fluids Pure
     alkanes, alkanols and water
     Kun, X., Li, Y. and Liu, W.                                    page 55-66

   * Study on the activity coefficients and the solubilities of amino acids
     in water by the perturbation theory
     Liu, J., Lu, J. and Li, Y.                                     page 67-82

   * Chain-of-rotators equation of state for polar and non-polar substances
     and mixtures
     Novenario, C.R., Caruthers, J.M. and Chao, K.                  page 83-100

   * Prediction of Henry's constants for supercritical fluids using a van
     der Waals equation of state
     Schultze, C. and Donohue, M.D.                                 page 101-114

   * Uncertainty of predicted process performance due to variations in
     thermodynamics model parameter estimation from different experimental
     data sets
     Vasquez, V.R. and Whiting, W.B.                                page 115-130

   * A generalized mixing rule for hard-sphere equations of state of
     Percus-Yevick type
     Khoshkbarchi, M.K. and Vera, J.H.                              page 131-147

   * Stability calculations of semicontinuous mixtures based on equations
     of state
     Browarzik, D., Kowalewski, M. and Kehlen, H.                   page 149-162

   * Exact limits of mixture properties and excess thermodynamic functions
     Hamad, E.Z.                                                    page 163-184

   * Excess molar volumes of ternary mixtures {cyclohexane + n-hexane +
     1-chlorohexane} and {cyclohexane + n-hexane + 1-hexanol} at the
     temperature of 298.15 K
     Menaut, C.P., Pico, J.M., Jimenez, E., Franjo, C., Segade, L. and
     Andrade, M.I.P.                                                page 185-191

   * Effect of the anion and the cation of an electrolyte on the activity
     coefficient of DL-alanine in aqueous solutions
     Soto-Campos, A.M., Khoshkbarchi, M.K. and Vera, J.H.           page 193-204

   * Excess molar enthalpies of 2-methylpropan-1-ol with aromatic
     hydrocarbons at 308.15 K in terms of an association model with a Flory
     contribution term
     Bhardwaj, U., Maken, S. and Singh, K.C.                        page 205-213

   * Distribution of binary mixtures of citric, acetic and oxalic acid
     between water and organic solutions of tri-n-octylamine Part II.
     Organic solvent methylisobutylketone
     Kirsch, T. and Maurer, G.                                      page 215-230

   * Interfacial tension and spreading coefficient under reservoir
     Amin, R. and Smith, T.N.                                       page 231-241

   * High pressure liquid-liquid equilibria at 8 MPa for
     water-2-butanol-C4-hydrocarbon (n-butane + trans-2-butene +
     cis-2-butene) system
     Gao, G. and Yu, Y.                                             page 243-251

   * Transport properties of carbon dioxide + ethane and methane + ethane
     mixtures in the extended critical region
     Kiselev, S.B. and Huber, M.L.                                  page 253-280

   * Tracer diffusion coefficients of solutes in supercritical solvents
     He, C., Yu, Y. and Su, W.                                      page 281-286

   * Subject Index                                                  page 287-288

   * Author Index                                                   page 289