Consider the binary mixtures at 300K listed in the table. The first mixture forms a single gas phase, while B and C consist of a gas and a liquid phase in phase equilibrium. For each phase, comment on the appropriateness of each of the following assumptions, (a) ideal gas, (b) ideal mixture, (c) Henry’s Law, (d) describe the difference between ideal gas and ideal mixture assumptions and (e) when would you use Henry’s Law?
Table 1: Data for binary mixtures 300K
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The question belongs to Chemical Engineering and the question is about binary mixtures at 300K. Calculations for ideal gas, ideal mixture, Henry’s law, difference between ideal gas and ideal mixture and the use of Henry’s law have been given in the solution.
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