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Mole Percent Nitrogen in Vapor  [c.60]

Figure 4-13. Vapor-liquid equilibria for the system water-nitrogen at 100 atm. Figure 4-13. Vapor-liquid equilibria for the system water-nitrogen at 100 atm.
Finally, Table 2 shows enthalpy calculations for the system nitrogen-water at 100 atm. in the range 313.5-584.7°K. [See also Figure (4-13).] The mole fraction of nitrogen in the liquid phase is small throughout, but that in the vapor phase varies from essentially unity at the low-temperature end to zero at the high-temperature end. In the liquid phase, the enthalpy is determined primarily by the temperature, but in the vapor phase it is determined by both temperature and composition.  [c.93]

Vapor and Liquid Enthalpies at Saturation for the Nitrogen(1)-Water(2) System at 100 Atmospheres  [c.94]


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