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    Differential Distillation Benzene and Toluene Separation: Rayleigh's Equation

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    100 moles of Benzene (A) and Toluene mixture containing 50% (mole) of Benzene is subjected to a differential distillation at atmospheric pressure till the composition of benzene in the residue is 33%. Calculate the total moles of the mixture distilled. Average relative volatility may be assumed as 2.16

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    In this problem, the total moles of mixure distilled has been determined by using Rayleigh's Equation. The solution is detailed and well presented.

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