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|Title:||Predicting effect of dissolved solute on the vapour-liquid equilibria of organic solvent mixtures and aqueous organic acid solutions||Authors:||Tan, T.C.
|Issue Date:||Jan-1989||Citation:||Tan, T.C.,Ti, H.C. (1989-01). Predicting effect of dissolved solute on the vapour-liquid equilibria of organic solvent mixtures and aqueous organic acid solutions. Chemical Engineering Research and Design 67 (1) : 79-86. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Application of the Tan model for predicting the vapour-liquid equilibria of mixtures of solvents containing a dissolved solute was extended to organic solvents and aqueous acetic acid solutions saturated with polar and non-polar solutes. The predicted equilibria agreed well with the experimental data. The ratio of the solute-solvent interaction parameters was found to be an effective measure of the salting-in/out effect of the dissolved solute. This study confirms (a) the general applicability of the Tan model for predicting the vapour-liquid equilibria of mixed solvent systems containing a dissolved solute, (b) the validity of using the ratio of solute-solvent interaction parameters as a criterion for salting-in/out effect of the dissolved solute and (c) the relevance of the system of classification of solutes to both polar and non-polar solute-solvent systems regardless of the degree of saturation of the dissolved solute in the system.||Source Title:||Chemical Engineering Research and Design||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/91644||ISSN:||02638762|
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