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PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
PHASE DIAGRAM
Phase diagram
3 components Example of ternary phase diagram
Example of ternary phase diagram
tie-line
Plait Point, and it is
another example of a
critical point, where
the compositio...
Graphical representation of
a three-component system
at constant T & p
Typical Phase Diagram of Three-Component
Systems
A-B miscible
A-C miscible
B-C partially
miscible
A-C miscible
A-B & B-C
p...
the three
components are
very insoluble in
each other
P = 3
the two
components are
very insoluble in
each other
If the cur...
Effect of temperature on ternary phase diagram
Determination of the Tie Lines
their composition can be
determined by titrating the
acetic acid they contain
with standard...
The Common Ion Effect
P = 2
P = 1, L
P = 3
P = 2
L +
NH4Cl(s)
L + (NH4)2SO4(s)
L + NH4Cl(s) + (NH4)2SO4(s)
The presence of...
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Physical chemistry phase diagram 3 components

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Physical chemistry phase diagram 3 components

  1. 1. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY PHASE DIAGRAM
  2. 2. Phase diagram 3 components Example of ternary phase diagram
  3. 3. Example of ternary phase diagram tie-line Plait Point, and it is another example of a critical point, where the composition of the two phases is equal
  4. 4. Graphical representation of a three-component system at constant T & p
  5. 5. Typical Phase Diagram of Three-Component Systems A-B miscible A-C miscible B-C partially miscible A-C miscible A-B & B-C partially miscible A-B, A-C & B-C partially miscible
  6. 6. the three components are very insoluble in each other P = 3 the two components are very insoluble in each other If the curves do not join at the plait points, the diagram takes the form of
  7. 7. Effect of temperature on ternary phase diagram
  8. 8. Determination of the Tie Lines their composition can be determined by titrating the acetic acid they contain with standard base If the two layers s1′ and s1″ are separated with a separatory funnel From the weight of the layer titrated and the weight of the acetic acid it contains, the weight fraction of acetic acid can be calculated
  9. 9. The Common Ion Effect P = 2 P = 1, L P = 3 P = 2 L + NH4Cl(s) L + (NH4)2SO4(s) L + NH4Cl(s) + (NH4)2SO4(s) The presence of a common ion tends to decrease the solubility of a salt

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