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Batch Distillation Calculations

Batch Distillation
Do you know Relative Volatility of Components?
Relative Volatility
Normal Boiling Point of Volatilte Component, deg. C.
Antoine Coefficients for Light Component
A B C
Antoine Coefficients for Heavy Compoent
A B C
We will assume an ideal gas phase. Is the liquid phase ideal?
Initial Liquid in Kettle, moles
Initial Mole Fraction of More Volatile Component
Final Mole Fraction of More Volatile Component


 Activity Coefficients Known?
Activity Coeff., Volitile Component
Activity Coeff., 2nd Component
Van Laar (or Margules) Binary Constants Known?
Binary A1-2
Binary A2-1
 
 
 
 




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