Phase equilibria in multicomponent systems by Gilbert Azoulay

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Published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in New York .

Written in English

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  • Phase rule and equilibrium,
  • Thermodynamics

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Book details

StatementL.S. Palatnik and A.I. Landau.
ContributionsLandau, Aleksandr Isaakovich
LC ClassificationsQD501 P2613
The Physical Object
Number of Pages454
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16688859M

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(Lev Samoĭlovich), Phase equilibria in multicomponent systems. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston []. Vapor–Liquid Equilibria in Binary and Multicomponent Systems. Multicomponent systems do not exhibit a single boiling point at a given pressure as a pure substance does.

Instead, at a constant pressure, a liquid mixture undergoes a change of phase to vapor over a range of temperatures lying between the bubble point and the dew point.

: Electrolytes, Equilibria in Solutions and Phase Equilibria: Calculation of Multicomponent Systems and Experimental Data on the Activities of Water, Vapor Pressures, and Osmotic Coefficients (): G. Aseyev: BooksCited by: 9. Phase Equilibria: Basic Principles, Applications, Experimental Techniques presents an analytical treatment in the study of the theories and principles of phase equilibria.

The book is organized to afford a deep and thorough understanding of such subjects as the method of species model systems; condensed phase-vapor phase equilibria and vapor Book Edition: 1.

A five-volume data compilation of solubilities for inorganic, metal-organic and organic compounds in binary, ternary and multicomponent systems. An extensive compilation of data published to on the enthalpy of phase change for pure compounds and mixtures.

TABLE b Some Useful Books on Fluid Phase Equilibria Data Sources (Continued) Book. It then introduces the reader to the UNIFAC method and how it works, the procedure used in establishing the parameters needed for the model, prediction of binary and multicomponent vapor-liquid equilibria for a large number of systems, the potential of UNIFAC for predicting liquid-liquid equilibria, and how UNIFAC can be used to solve practical.

Multicomponent systems are the mixtures (the solutions) which consist of several pure (individual) substances (components). The initial amount each of the substances in the ν-component system may be represented in terms of the component masses m i (1 ≤ i ≤ ν).

Another way, which is widely used in thermodynamics, is to represent the system composition in terms of the number .

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