Wearout


We can now consider the most convenient form for writing the liquid-phase fugacity of component i. First we consider a condensable component and write  [c.21]

Standard-State Fugacity for a Noncondensable Component For a noncondensable component we write  [c.22]

As discussed in Chapter 2, for noncondensable components, the unsymmetric convention is used to normalize activity coefficients. For a noncondensable component i in a multicomponent mixture, we write the fugacity in the liquid phase  [c.55]

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