Saturated Fluid - Thermodynamic Description of Vapor–liquid Equilibrium

Thermodynamic Description of Vapor–liquid Equilibrium

The field of thermodynamics describes when vapor–liquid equilibrium is possible, and its properties. Much of the analysis depends on whether the vapor and liquid consist of a single component, or if they are mixtures.

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Saturated Fluid - Thermodynamic Description of Vapor–liquid Equilibrium - Multicomponent Systems
... consist of more than one type of molecule, describing the equilibrium state is more complicated ... For all components i in the system, the equilibrium state between the two phases is described by the following equations and where P and T are the temperature and pressure for each ...

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