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By I. Cibulka, J.-C. Fontaine, K. Sosnkowska-Kehiaian, H. V. Kehiaian (auth.)

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Vapor-liquid equilibrium information, warmth of combining (excess enthalpies), and volumetric houses of structures are required for either the purposes in layout of business technological methods and the knowledge the constitution and the intermolecular interactions within the structures. at the foundation of classical thermodynamics the measured experimental facts mixed jointly let us the calculation of non-measurable thermodynamic houses major for the technological calculations. the current quantity is a compilation of experimental and derived estate info on subcritical binary homogeneous (single-phase) or heterogeneous (two-phase) liquid–liquid combinations. all of the elements are well-defined natural elements, that are natural nonelectrolytes and water. the current quantity is split into 3 subvolumes (A, B, C). 800 consultant information units that hide every kind of homes and chemical platforms are chosen for Subvolume A. whereas Subvolume B includes 1032 facts units for binary combos containing one or hydrocarbons, Subvolume C is offering 1014 facts units for non-hydrocarbon binary mixtures.

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IV/26C, p. 2-70 [EVLM1111] VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM IN MIXTURES AND SOLUTIONS Two-component system, single-phase liquid or two-phase liquid-liquid in equilibrium with vapor Pure component 1, liquid in equilibrium with vapor Pure component 2, liquid in equilibrium with vapor T/K Temperature x1/Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase P/Pa Pressure Direct measurement of P at variable x1 and constant T Example: LB3284, Vol. IV/13A1, p. 2-42 [EVLM1112] VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM IN MIXTURES AND SOLUTIONS Two-component system, single-phase liquid or two-phase liquid-liquid in equilibrium with vapor Pure component 1, liquid in equilibrium with vapor Pure component 2, liquid in equilibrium with vapor T/K Temperature x1/Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase P/Pa Pressure Direct measurement of P at variable T and constant x1 (smoothed T data) Example: LB5663_E, Vol.

On the graph, the dotted line joining the experimental points is not a calculated best-fit, but a ‘hand-drawn’ curve. In Vol. IV/26C 1014 representative data sets are printed. The data tables are grouped in two sections: • • Organic Systems Aqueous-Organic Systems In Vol. IV/26C 1009 data sets for binary systems of two ‘organic’ (C-containing) substances are printed, as well as 5 data sets for binary systems of water + an organic substance. The systems are listed in the Indexes of the book, and in Chapter 2 of the online version.

Measurements where composition covers diluted ranges only are omitted. These data supplement the data of Landolt-Börnstein volumes IV/10A [04GRO1], IV/13A1 [07WIC1], IV/13A2 [08WIC1], IV/23A [09CIB1], IV/26A [11CIB1], and IV/26B [12CIB]. The physical quantities involved are the pressure P, the temperature T, the mole fraction of component 1 (liquid phase) x1, the mole fraction of component 1 (vapor phase) y1, the molar excess enthalpy H E , the mass density ȡ, the molar excess volume V E, the isobaric expansivity ĮP, the speed of sound u, the isothermal compressibility țT, and the isentropic compressibility țS.

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