Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 9, 2008 - Science - 575 pages
Vapor–liquid equilibrium data form the basic information for chemical engineering calculations, in particular the design and operation of distillation plants in the chemical, pharmaceutical, polymer, petrochemical and related industries. The data are also important for understanding molecular interactions and developing theories of pure liquids and liquid mixtures because they are related to the structure and the energy of interaction of the molecules. The volumes in this series are compilations of vapor–liquid equilibrium data on subcritical binary homogeneous (single-phase) or heterogeneous (two-phase) liquid–liquid systems. All the components are well-defined pure substances, which are organic or inorganic nonelectrolytes, including low-melting ionic liquids and water. Only data obtained by direct experimental measurements are considered. Part 1 (07WIC1) has been published in 2007 with 3316 systems on a CD. Tables and graphs with numerical values are printed in the book for only 802 binary mixtures. The present Part 2 contains numerical data for 2297 additional systems, values for 860 binary systems are in the book. The ELBT.EXE program of Part 2 can be downloaded as electronic supplementary material (ESM) from the appendix in the HTML version of Chap. 3. It permits to search, retrieve, display and export the totality of 5613 numerical data sets of Part 1 and Part 2 in five formats: PDF (the same format as in the book), SELF, ELDATA, and the XML versions of SELF and ELDATA described in Chaps. 2.1, 3.5.2, and 3.5.3.
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