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Solid-liquid Equilibria: Eutectic Point

In two component systems we will consider solid—liquid and liquid—liquid systems. The systems will be treated separately as they are distinct from one another in......

Sublimation in Triple Point

Sublimation in Triple Point The process in which a solid is directly converted into vapour without passing through the intermediate liquid state is called Sublimation.......

One Component Phase Systems: Phosphorus System

Phosphorus System Different allotropic forms of phosphorus are well-known but for the present purpose only two forms will be considered, viz., the white and the......

The triple Points of Phase Rule

The triple points: P is the point at which the curves AP, PQ and RP meet and the three phases rhombic, monoclinic and sulphur vapour......

One Component Phase Systems: Sulphur System

One Component Phase Systems: Sulphur System The phase diagram of sulphur is somewhat more complicated than that of water although both are one component systems. Sulphur......

One Component Phase Systems: Water System

Water System Water can exist in any of the phases – solid (ice), liquid or vapour. All three phases can be represented by the chemical......

Component (C) in Phase Equilibria

Component (C): The number of component is defined as – The minimum number of independently variable chemical entities required to describe all parts of a......

Phase (P) System Equilibria

A phase may be defined as: The homogeneous part of a heterogeneous system which is physically and chemically different front other parts of the same......

Deduction of the Phase Rule

Deduction of the Phase Rule The relation between the number of phases, number of components and the number of degrees of freedom, as given by......

Applications of Principles of Chemical Equilibrium: Synthesis of Ammonia

Applications of the Principles of Chemical Equilibrium to Reactions of Industrial Importance In industrial processes the primary objective is to maximize the yield of products......

Effect of Temperature on Equilibrium

Effect of temperature on equilibrium The effect of temperature on equilibrium depends on whether the reaction is exothermic or endothermic. A temperature change occurs when......

Effect of Adding an Inert Gas

Effect of adding an inert gas If an inert (non-reacting) gas is added to a system of gaseous equilibrium at constant volume (the total pressure......