Carbon dioxide is one of the many commonly used supercritical fluids. It is relatively simple to exceed its critical point (31 °C , 1057 psi). Applications that involve supercritical fluids include extractions, nano‐particle and nano‐ structured film formation, supercritical drying, carbon capture and storage, as
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|The supercritical fluid extraction system diagramed right incorporates a 1.2 liter vessel rated for use at 3000 psig (200 bar) at temperatures to 300 °C. The system includes an automated inlet valve and an air-piloted back pressure regulator which is used to facilitate a controlled pressure release at the end of the test. The vessel is heated with a 1500W flexible mantle heater|