Limitations imposed by conditions of stability on the dependence of activity coefficients on composition for binary solutions of non-electrolytes
Two extrema on activity coefficients-composition curves, occurring right and left of the abscissa X1=x2=0.5, indicate the imminence of separation of the solution into layers.
The sixth type of limiting behavior of the activity coefficients conflicts with the conditions for stability, and limitations are imposed on the fifth type.
KeywordsActivity Coefficient Binary Solution Sixth Type
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