On the Relationship Between the Temperature Coefficient and the Relative Volatility for the Process of Rectification
The relationship between the temperature coefficient and the value of relative volatility has been considered for the process of rectification. Various methods to calculate the temperature coefficient have been given. The obtained results can be used for finding the optimum sequence of separation of a multicomponent mixture.
Keywordsrectification temperature coefficient volatility separation multicomponent mixtures
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