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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Vapour phase mole fraction using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE
Mole fraction of component in vapour phase=(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient*Saturated pressure)/(Fugacity coefficient*Total pressure) GO
Relation between equilibrium constant and with respect to mole fraction constant
Equilibrium constant=(Equilibrium constant for mole fraction*(Total pressure^Change in number of moles))/(([R]*Absolute temperature)^Change in number of moles) GO
Equilibrium mole fraction constant when equilibrium constant is given
Equilibrium constant for mole fraction=(Equilibrium constant*(([R]*Absolute temperature)^Change in number of moles))/(Total pressure^Change in number of moles) GO
Relation between equilibrium constant with respect to partial pressure and mole fraction
Equilibrium constant for partial pressure =Equilibrium constant for mole fraction*(Total pressure^Change in number of moles) GO
Equilibrium mole fraction constant when equilibrium partial pressure constant is given
Equilibrium constant for mole fraction=Equilibrium constant for partial pressure /(Total pressure^Change in number of moles) GO
Vapour phase mole fraction using Raoult's Law in VLE
Mole fraction of component in vapour phase=(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Saturated pressure)/Total pressure GO
exact normal shock-wave maximum coefficient of pressure
The maximum pressure coefficient=(2/(Specific Heat Ratio*(Mach Number^2)))*((Total pressure/Pressure)-1) GO
Maximum Pressure coefficient
The maximum pressure coefficient=(Total pressure-Pressure)/(0.5*Density*(Freestream Velocity)^2) GO
Henry law constant when mole fraction and partial pressure of gas is given in Henry Law
Henry law constant=partial pressure/Mole fraction of component in liquid phase GO
Partial pressure using Henry Law
partial pressure=Henry law constant*Mole fraction of component in liquid phase GO
Molar humidity when partial pressure is given
Molar humidity=partial pressure/(Total pressure-partial pressure) GO

7 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Saturated pressure using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
Saturated pressure=(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Total pressure)/(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient) GO
Saturated pressure using Antoine equation
Saturated pressure=exp(Antoine equation constant, A-(Antoine equation constant, B/(Temperature+Antoine equation constant, C))) GO
Saturated pressure using Raoult's Law in VLE
Saturated pressure=(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Total pressure)/Mole fraction of component in liquid phase GO
Saturated pressure using Poynting factor and Fugacity of liq. phase species
Saturated pressure=Fugacity of liquid phase species/(Saturated fugacity coefficient of a species*Poynting factor) GO
Saturated pressure of a component using K-value expression for Gamma/ phi formulation
Saturated pressure=(K value*Fugacity coefficient*Pressure)/Activity coefficient GO
Saturated pressure of a component using K-value expression for Modified Raoult's law
Saturated pressure=(K value*Pressure)/Activity coefficient GO
Saturated pressure of a component using K-value expression for Raoult's law
Saturated pressure=K value*Pressure GO

Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE Formula

Saturated pressure=(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Fugacity coefficient*Total pressure)/(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient)
P<sup>sat</sup>=(y*ϕ*P)/(x*γ)
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Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law GO
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Explain vapour liquid equilibrium (VLE).

An activity coefficient is a factor used in thermodynamics to account for deviations from ideal behaviour in a mixture of chemical substances. In an ideal mixture, the microscopic interactions between each pair of chemical species are the same (or macroscopically equivalent, the enthalpy change of solution and volume variation in mixing is zero) and, as a result, properties of the mixtures can be expressed directly in terms of simple concentrations or partial pressures of the substances present e.g. Raoult's law. Deviations from ideality are accommodated by modifying the concentration by an activity coefficient. Analogously, expressions involving gases can be adjusted for non-ideality by scaling partial pressures by a fugacity coefficient.

How to Calculate Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE?

Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE calculator uses Saturated pressure=(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Fugacity coefficient*Total pressure)/(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient) to calculate the Saturated pressure, The Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE formula is defined as the ratio of the product of the vapour phase mole fraction, the fugacity coefficient and the total pressure to the product of the liquid phase mole fraction and the activity coefficient of mixture or solution. Saturated pressure and is denoted by Psat symbol.

How to calculate Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE, enter Mole fraction of component in vapour phase (y), Fugacity coefficient (ϕ), Total pressure (P), Mole fraction of component in liquid phase (x) and Activity coefficient (γ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.1 = (0.5*0.1*100)/(0.5*0.1).

FAQ

What is Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE?
The Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE formula is defined as the ratio of the product of the vapour phase mole fraction, the fugacity coefficient and the total pressure to the product of the liquid phase mole fraction and the activity coefficient of mixture or solution and is represented as Psat=(y*ϕ*P)/(x*γ) or Saturated pressure=(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Fugacity coefficient*Total pressure)/(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient). The mole fraction of component in vapour phase can be defined as the ratio of the number of moles a component to the total number of moles of components present in the vapour phase, Fugacity coefficient is the ratio of fugacity to the pressure of that component, Total pressure is the total force that the gas exerts on the walls of its container, The mole fraction of component in liquid phase can be defined as the ratio of the number of moles a component to the total number of moles of components present in the liquid phase and Activity coefficient is a factor used in thermodynamics to account for deviations from ideal behaviour in a mixture of chemical substances.
How to calculate Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE?
The Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE formula is defined as the ratio of the product of the vapour phase mole fraction, the fugacity coefficient and the total pressure to the product of the liquid phase mole fraction and the activity coefficient of mixture or solution is calculated using Saturated pressure=(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Fugacity coefficient*Total pressure)/(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient). To calculate Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE, you need Mole fraction of component in vapour phase (y), Fugacity coefficient (ϕ), Total pressure (P), Mole fraction of component in liquid phase (x) and Activity coefficient (γ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Mole fraction of component in vapour phase, Fugacity coefficient, Total pressure, Mole fraction of component in liquid phase and Activity coefficient 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 Saturated pressure?
In this formula, Saturated pressure uses Mole fraction of component in vapour phase, Fugacity coefficient, Total pressure, Mole fraction of component in liquid phase and Activity coefficient. We can use 7 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Saturated pressure=exp(Antoine equation constant, A-(Antoine equation constant, B/(Temperature+Antoine equation constant, C)))
  • Saturated pressure=(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Total pressure)/Mole fraction of component in liquid phase
  • Saturated pressure=(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Total pressure)/(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient)
  • Saturated pressure=(K value*Fugacity coefficient*Pressure)/Activity coefficient
  • Saturated pressure=K value*Pressure
  • Saturated pressure=(K value*Pressure)/Activity coefficient
  • Saturated pressure=Fugacity of liquid phase species/(Saturated fugacity coefficient of a species*Poynting factor)
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