What is Equilibirum Vaporization Ratio ?
The Equilibrium vaporization ratio or K value is defined as the ratio of mole fraction of the component in the vapor phase to the mole fraction of the same component in the liquid phase. Generally, the K-value is a function of temperature, pressure and composition (xi and yi). It is even defined as the ratio of Fugacity coefficient in the liquid phase to vapor phase. For Ideal Liquid mixtures and Ideal gas, the k-value is the ratio of equilibrium vapor pressure to total pressure, i.e. the k-value is independent of composition. For dilute mixtures, even non-ideal, the k-value is a function of henry's constant.
How to Calculate Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio?
Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio calculator uses Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid Phase = Mole Fraction of MVC in Vapor Phase/Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC to calculate the Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid Phase, The Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio formula is defined as more volatile component mole fraction in liquid as a ratio of liquid mole fraction and equilibrium vaporization ratio. Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid Phase is denoted by x_{MVC} symbol.
How to calculate Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio, enter Mole Fraction of MVC in Vapor Phase (y_{MVC}) & Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC (K_{MVC}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.45 = 0.9/2.