8- 198.44a.Antoine equation:Tb°=−−=°CCbg1211033690565100220 790261..log..Watson Correction:Δ±..Hv30765562 6 299 3562 6 3531336038−−FHGIKJ=C kJmolb.Antoine equation:Tb50 mm HgC=°118.; Tb150 mm HgC352.Clausius-Clapeyron:ln±±lnpHRTCHRppTTvv=−+ ⇒−ΔΔ2111Δ±.ln..Hv⋅−RS|T|UV|W|=0 008314150 5013084134 3kJmol KK 285.0 KkJ molc. ( , 26.1°C)C Hl66( , 80.1°C)C Hl66ΔH1±( , 26.1°C)C Hv( , 80.1°C)C HvΔH2±ΔHv±(80.1°C)Δ±...HCdTpl126 180 1750==zdikJ mol Δ±...dTpv280 126 1490−zΔ±...Hv7 50 30 765 4 90334°= +− =kJmol8.45a. Tout= 49.3oC. The only temperature at which a pure species can exist as both vapor and liquid at 1 atm is the normal boiling point, which from Table B.1 is 49.3oC for cyclopentane. b.Let and denote the molar flow rates of the feed, vapor product, and liquid product streams, respectively.
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