Elementary Principles 206 - 6.58 a. f (T ) = P - yi (i =...

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6- 40 6.58 a. fT P xp T T p T ii i N i A B TC i i i () , ** =− =⇒ = = + F H G I K J 1 01 0 where yi N P i (, , , ) * == 12 " b. Calculation of Bubble Points A B C Benzene 6.89272 1203.531 219.888 Ethylbenzene 6.95650 1423.543 213.091 Toluene 6.95805 1346.773 219.693 P(mmHg)= 760 x B x EB x T T bp ( o C) p B p EB p T f(T) 0.226 0.443 0.331 108.09 378.0 148.2 233.9 -0.086 0.443 0.226 0.331 96.47 543.1 51.6 165.2 0.11 0.226 0.226 0.548 104.48 344.0 67.3 348.6 0.07 When pure benzene C When pure ethylbenzene C When pure toluene C CH o o o 6 81 0 7 xT T T T Bb p b p EB bp bp Tb p b p = = = 18 0 1 11 3 6 2 1 0 6 6 8 bg di ,. TT T bp EB bp T bp B ,, , >> Mixture 1 contains more ethylbenzene (higher boiling point) and less benzene (lower bp)
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