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## Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Relative Volatility = Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC/Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC
α = KMVC/KLVC
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC- The equilibrium vaporization ratio of MVC or K factor is defined as the ratio of the mole fraction of a MVC in the vapor phase to the mole fraction of the same component in the liquid phase.
Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC- The equilibrium vaporization ratio of LVC or K factor is defined as the ratio of the mole fraction of a LVC in the vapor phase to the mole fraction of the same component in the liquid phase.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC: 2 --> No Conversion Required
Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC: 1.2 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
α = KMVC/KLVC --> 2/1.2
Evaluating ... ...
α = 1.66666666666667
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
1.66666666666667 --> No Conversion Required
1.66666666666667 <-- Relative Volatility
(Calculation completed in 00.000 seconds)

## < 9 Distillation Calculators

Relative Volatility using Mole Fraction
Relative Volatility = (Mole Fraction of Component in Vapor Phase/(1-Mole Fraction of Component in Vapor Phase))/(Mole Fraction of Component in Liquid Phase/(1-Mole Fraction of Component in Liquid Phase)) Go
Total Pressure using Mole Fraction and Saturated Pressure
Total Pressure = (Mole Fraction of MVC in Liq Phase*Partial Pressure of More Volatile Component)+((1-Mole Fraction of MVC in Liq Phase)*Partial Pressure of Less Volatile Component) Go
Relative Volatility using Vapour Pressure
Relative Volatility = Saturated Vapour Pressure of More Volatile Comp/Saturated Vapour Pressure of Less Volatile Comp Go
Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio
Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid Phase = Mole Fraction of MVC in Vapor Phase/Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC Go
Mole fraction of LVC in Liquid using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio
Mole Fraction of LVC in Liquid Phase = Mole Fraction of LVC in Vapor Phase/Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC Go
Mole Fraction of MVC in Vapor using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio
Mole Fraction of MVC in Vapor Phase = Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC*Mole Fraction of MVC in Liquid Phase Go
Mole fraction of LVC in Vapor using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio
Mole Fraction of LVC in Vapor Phase = Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC*Mole Fraction of LVC in Liquid Phase Go
Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio
Relative Volatility = Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC/Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC Go
Overall Efficiency of Distillation Column
Overall Efficiency of Distillation Column = (Ideal Number of Plates/Actual Number of Plates)*100 Go

### Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio Formula

Relative Volatility = Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC/Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC
α = KMVC/KLVC

## What is Mass Transfer?

Mass transfer is a transport of components under a chemical potential gradient. The component moves to the direction of reducing concentration gradient. The transport occurs from a region of higher concentration to lower concentration.

## How to Calculate Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio?

Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio calculator uses Relative Volatility = Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC/Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC to calculate the Relative Volatility, The Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio formula is defined as ratio of equilibrium vaporization ratios of the more volatile component to the less volatile component. Relative Volatility is denoted by α symbol.

How to calculate Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio, enter Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC (KMVC) & Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC (KLVC) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.666667 = 2/1.2.

### FAQ

What is Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio?
The Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio formula is defined as ratio of equilibrium vaporization ratios of the more volatile component to the less volatile component and is represented as α = KMVC/KLVC or Relative Volatility = Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC/Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC. The equilibrium vaporization ratio of MVC or K factor is defined as the ratio of the mole fraction of a MVC in the vapor phase to the mole fraction of the same component in the liquid phase & The equilibrium vaporization ratio of LVC or K factor is defined as the ratio of the mole fraction of a LVC in the vapor phase to the mole fraction of the same component in the liquid phase.
How to calculate Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio?
The Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio formula is defined as ratio of equilibrium vaporization ratios of the more volatile component to the less volatile component is calculated using Relative Volatility = Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC/Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC. To calculate Relative Volatility using Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio, you need Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC (KMVC) & Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC (KLVC). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC & Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Relative Volatility?
In this formula, Relative Volatility uses Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of MVC & Equilibrium Vaporization Ratio of LVC. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Relative Volatility = Saturated Vapour Pressure of More Volatile Comp/Saturated Vapour Pressure of Less Volatile Comp
• Relative Volatility = (Mole Fraction of Component in Vapor Phase/(1-Mole Fraction of Component in Vapor Phase))/(Mole Fraction of Component in Liquid Phase/(1-Mole Fraction of Component in Liquid Phase)) Let Others Know