# Zeno line

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Along the so-called **Zeno line** the compressibility factor is unity ^{[1]}:

## References

**Related reading**

- D. Ben-Amotz and D. R. Herschbach, "Correlation of the Zeno (Z=1) line for supercritical fluids with vapor-liquid rectilinear diameters", Israel Journal of Chemistry
**30**pp. 59-68 (1990) - Jiasai Xu and Dudley R. Herschbach "Correlation of Zeno line with acentric factor and other properties of normal fluids", Journal of Physical Chemistry
**96**pp. 2307-2312 (1992) - Michael C. Kutney, Matthew T. Reagan, Kenneth A. Smith, Jefferson W. Tester, and Dudley R. Herschbach "The Zeno (Z = 1) Behavior of Equations of State: An Interpretation across Scales from Macroscopic to Molecular", Journal of Physical Chemistry B
**104**pp. 9513-9525 (2000) - E. M. Apfelbaum, V. S. Vorob'ev, and G. A. Martynov "Triangle of Liquid−Gas States", Journal of Physical Chemistry B
**110**pp. 8474-8480 (2006) - E. M. Apfelbaum and V. S. Vorob′ev "A New Similarity Found from the Correspondence of the Critical and Zeno-Line Parameters", Journal of Physical Chemistry B
**112**pp. 13064–13069 (2008) - E. M. Apfelbaum and V. S. Vorob’ev "Correspondence between the Critical and the Zeno-Line Parameters for Classical and Quantum Liquids", Journal of Physical Chemistry B
**113**pp. 3521-3526 (2009) - E. M. Apfelbaum and V. S. Vorob'ev "The confirmation of the critical point-Zeno-line similarity set from the numerical modeling data for different interatomic potentials", Journal of Chemical Physics 130, 214111 (2009)