The solution A B obeys Raoults law high concentrations whereas solute A obeys

The solution a b obeys raoults law high

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The solution (A & B) obeys Raoults law (high concentrations) whereas solute (A) obeys Henry’s law for dilute solutions Gas - Liquid Equilibrium (GLE)
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Henry’s Law x A = mole fraction in liquid, y A = mole fraction in vapour Non-Ideal & Low Concentration (Dilute Solutions)
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Henry’s Law
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Question: Find the Henry’s law constant for ethylene at 15 o C ?
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Henry’s law constant for ethylene (C 2 H 4 ) at 15 o C = 0.894 x 10 4 atm/mole frac. 288.2
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Solution
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Single Equilibrium Stage In gas-liquid system, the solute A is in the gas phase V , along with inert gas B, while inert solvent C (water) is in the liquid phase L . Gas B (inert) is assumed to be insoluble in solvent C (water) and the water C does not vaporize to gas phase, after equilibrium.
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Single Equilibrium Stage x B0 = 0.0, y C2 = 0.0 y C1 = 0.0, x B1 = 0.0
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Single Equilibrium Stage x B0 = 0.0, y C2 = 0.0 y C1 = 0.0, x B1 = 0.0 Material Balance on A: L 0 x A0 + V 2 y A2 = L 1 x A1 + V 1 y A1 Material Balance on B: L 0 x B0 + V 2 y B2 = L 1 x B1 + V 1 y B1 V 2 y B2 = V 1 y B1 V 2 (1 - y A2 ) = V 1 (1 - y A1 ) = V Material Balance on C: L 0 x C0 + V 2 y C2 = L 1 x C1 + V 1 y C1 L 0 x C0 = L 1 x C1 L 0 (1 – x A0 ) = L 1 (1 - x A1 ) = L
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Single Equilibrium Stage
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Solution
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Solution
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Single Equilibrium Stage
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Countercurrent Multiple-Contact Stages
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Countercurrent Multiple-Contact Stages
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