Cubic Equations of State
Fluid-phase equilibria: vapor-liquid, gas-liquid, and liquid-liquid, represent a most important application of chemical engineering thermodynamics in the petroleum and chemical industries. Quantitative description and/or prediction of such equilibria is essential in the design of distillation, extraction, and gas absorption units.
KeywordsVapor Pressure Pure Compound Virial Coefficient Pure Fluid Compressibility Factor
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