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    Steam Distillation: Boiling Point Calculation

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    Vapor pressures of chlorobenzene and water are given below:
    Pressure, mm Hg 100 50 30 26
    Temperature oC, Chlorobenzene 70.4 53.7 42.7 34.5
    Temperature oC, Water 51.7 38.5 29.9 22.5
    If steam is blown into the still containing a mixture of these two components and the total pressure is 130 mm Hg, estimate the temperature of boiling and the composition of the distillate. The two components are immiscible in the liquid :

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    Problem:
    Vapor pressures of chlorobenzene and water are given below:
    Pressure, mm Hg 100 50 30 26
    Temperature oC, Chlorobenzene 70.4 53.7 42.7 34.5
    Temperature oC, Water 51.7 38.5 29.9 22.5
    If steam is blown into the still containing a mixture of these two components and the total pressure is 130 mm Hg, estimate the temperature of ...

    Solution Summary

    In this problem, temperature of boiling and composition of a distillate by steam distillation have been determined using graphical method. The solution is detailed and well presented.

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