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Excess Gibbs energy using NRTL equation
Excess Gibbs Free Energy=(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*[R]*Temperature)* ((((exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b21))/[R]*Temperature))*(NRTL equation coefficient (b21)/([R]*Temperature)))/(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b21))/[R]*Temperature)))+(((exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b12))/[R]*Temperature))*(NRTL equation coefficient (b12)/([R]*Temperature)))/(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b12))/[R]*Temperature)))) GO
Activity coefficient for component 2 using NRTL equation
Activity coefficient of component 2=exp((Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase^2)*(((NRTL equation coefficient (b12)/([R]*Temperature))*(exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b12))/([R]*Temperature))/(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b12))/([R]*Temperature))))^2)+((exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b21))/([R]*Temperature))*(NRTL equation coefficient (b21)/([R]*Temperature)))/((Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b21))/([R]*Temperature)))^2)))) GO
Activity coefficient for component 1 using NRTL equation
Activity coefficient of component 1=exp((Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase^2)*(((NRTL equation coefficient (b21)/([R]*Temperature))*(exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b21))/([R]*Temperature))/(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b21))/([R]*Temperature))))^2)+((exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b12))/([R]*Temperature))*NRTL equation coefficient (b12)/([R]*Temperature))/((Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*exp(-(NRTL equation coefficient (α)*NRTL equation coefficient (b12))/([R]*Temperature)))^2)))) GO
Activity coefficient for component 1 using Wilson equation
Activity coefficient of component 1=(-Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*ln(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Wilson equation coefficient (Λ12)))+Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*((Wilson equation coefficient (Λ12)/(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Wilson equation coefficient (Λ12)))-(Wilson equation coefficient (Λ21)/(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Wilson equation coefficient (Λ21)))) GO
Activity coefficient for component 2 using Wilson equation
Activity coefficient of component 2=(-Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*ln(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Wilson equation coefficient (Λ21)))-Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*((Wilson equation coefficient (Λ12)/(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Wilson equation coefficient (Λ12)))-(Wilson equation coefficient (Λ21)/(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Wilson equation coefficient (Λ21)))) GO
Excess Gibbs energy using Wilson equation
Excess Gibbs Free Energy=(-Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*ln(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Wilson equation coefficient (Λ12))-Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*ln(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase+Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Wilson equation coefficient (Λ21)))*[R]*Temperature GO
Total pressure for binary vapour system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law
Total pressure=1/((Mole fraction of component 1 in vapour phase/(Activity coefficient of component 1*Saturated pressure of component 1))+(Mole fraction of component 2 in vapour phase/(Activity coefficient of component 2*Saturated pressure of component 2))) GO
Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law
Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Activity coefficient of component 1*Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Activity coefficient of component 2*Saturated pressure of component 2) GO
Total pressure for binary vapour system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law
Total pressure=1/((Mole fraction of component 1 in vapour phase/Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in vapour phase/Saturated pressure of component 2)) GO
Saturated vapour fugacity coefficient of comp. 1 when sat. pressure and second virial coefficient
Saturated fugacity coefficient of component 1=exp((Second virial coefficient 11*Saturated pressure of component 1)/([R]*Temperature)) GO
Saturated vapour fugacity coefficient of comp. 2 when sat. pressure and second virial coefficient
Saturated fugacity coefficient of component 2=exp((Second virial coefficient 22*Saturated pressure of component 2)/([R]*Temperature)) GO

8 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Total pressure for binary vapour system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law
Total pressure=1/((Mole fraction of component 1 in vapour phase/(Activity coefficient of component 1*Saturated pressure of component 1))+(Mole fraction of component 2 in vapour phase/(Activity coefficient of component 2*Saturated pressure of component 2))) GO
Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law
Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Activity coefficient of component 1*Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Activity coefficient of component 2*Saturated pressure of component 2) GO
Total pressure for binary vapour system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law
Total pressure=1/((Mole fraction of component 1 in vapour phase/Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in vapour phase/Saturated pressure of component 2)) GO
Total pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE
Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient*Saturated pressure)/(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Fugacity coefficient) GO
Total pressure using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient*Saturated pressure)/Mole fraction of component in vapour phase GO
Total pressure when equilibrium constant with respect to pressure is given
Total pressure=(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure *(1-(Degree of Dissociation^2)))/(4*(Degree of Dissociation^2)) GO
Total pressure using Raoult's Law in VLE
Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Saturated pressure)/Mole fraction of component in vapour phase GO
Total pressure using Henry Law in VLE
Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Henry law constant)/Mole fraction of component in vapour phase GO

Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law Formula

Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Saturated pressure of component 2)
P=(x<sub>1</sub>*P<sub>1</sub><sup>sat</sup>)+(x<sub>2</sub>*P<sub>2</sub><sup>sat</sup>)
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Saturated pressure using Antoine equation GO
Temperature when saturated pressure is given in Antoine equation GO
Poynting factor GO
Vapour phase mole fraction using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE GO
Saturated temperature using Antoine equation GO
Pressure using saturated temperature in Antoine equation GO
Fugacity coefficient using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE GO
Total pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE GO
Activity coefficient using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE GO
Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE GO
Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law GO
Total pressure for binary vapour system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law GO
Total pressure for binary vapour system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law GO

Explain vapour liquid equilibrium (VLE).

The vapor–liquid equilibrium (VLE) describes the distribution of a chemical species between the vapor phase and a liquid phase. The concentration of vapor in contact with its liquid, especially at equilibrium, is often expressed in terms of vapor pressure, which will be a partial pressure (a part of the total gas pressure) if any other gas(es) are present with the vapor. The equilibrium vapor pressure of a liquid is in general strongly dependent on temperature. At vapor–liquid equilibrium, a liquid with individual components in certain concentrations will have an equilibrium vapor in which the concentrations or partial pressures of the vapor components have certain values depending on all of the liquid component concentrations and the temperature.

What are the limitations of Raoult's Law.

Raoult’s law is applicable only to very dilute solutions. The second limitation is that it's applicable to solutions containing non-volatile solute only. The third limitation is that it's not applicable to solutes that dissociate or associate in the particular solution.

How to Calculate Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law?

Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law calculator uses Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Saturated pressure of component 2) to calculate the Total pressure, The Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law formula is defined as the summation of the product of mole fraction of i th component and the saturated pressure of i th component, where i = 2 for the binary system. Total pressure and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law, enter Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase (x1), Saturated pressure of component 1 (P1sat), Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase (x2) and Saturated pressure of component 2 (P2sat) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law calculation can be explained with given input values -> 10000 = (0.5*10000)+(0.5*10000).

FAQ

What is Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law?
The Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law formula is defined as the summation of the product of mole fraction of i th component and the saturated pressure of i th component, where i = 2 for the binary system and is represented as P=(x1*P1sat)+(x2*P2sat) or Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Saturated pressure of component 2). The mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase can be defined as the ratio of the number of moles a component 1 to the total number of moles of components present in the liquid phase, Saturated pressure of component 1 is the pressure at which the given component 1 liquid and its vapour or a given solid and its vapour can co-exist in equilibrium, at a given temperature, The mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase can be defined as the ratio of the number of moles a component 2 to the total number of moles of components present in the liquid phase and Saturated pressure of component 2 is the pressure at which the given component 2 liquid and its vapour or a given solid and its vapour can co-exist in equilibrium, at a given temperature.
How to calculate Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law?
The Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law formula is defined as the summation of the product of mole fraction of i th component and the saturated pressure of i th component, where i = 2 for the binary system is calculated using Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Saturated pressure of component 2). To calculate Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law, you need Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase (x1), Saturated pressure of component 1 (P1sat), Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase (x2) and Saturated pressure of component 2 (P2sat). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase, Saturated pressure of component 1, Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase and Saturated pressure of component 2 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 Total pressure?
In this formula, Total pressure uses Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase, Saturated pressure of component 1, Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase and Saturated pressure of component 2. We can use 8 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • 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)/Mole fraction of component in vapour phase
  • Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Activity coefficient*Saturated pressure)/(Mole fraction of component in vapour phase*Fugacity coefficient)
  • Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component in liquid phase*Henry law constant)/Mole fraction of component in vapour phase
  • Total pressure=(Mole fraction of component 1 in liquid phase*Activity coefficient of component 1*Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in liquid phase*Activity coefficient of component 2*Saturated pressure of component 2)
  • Total pressure=1/((Mole fraction of component 1 in vapour phase/Saturated pressure of component 1)+(Mole fraction of component 2 in vapour phase/Saturated pressure of component 2))
  • Total pressure=1/((Mole fraction of component 1 in vapour phase/(Activity coefficient of component 1*Saturated pressure of component 1))+(Mole fraction of component 2 in vapour phase/(Activity coefficient of component 2*Saturated pressure of component 2)))
  • Total pressure=(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure *(1-(Degree of Dissociation^2)))/(4*(Degree of Dissociation^2))
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