Multi-Condensable Species in Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium

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Raoult Law estates: the partial pressure exerted by a vapor is equal to the partial pressure of that substance times the mole composition in the liquid. It applies only for CONCENTRATED cases

Henry Law estates: the partial pressure of a gas (not vapor) is equal to the henry constant times the mole fraction in the liquid of that substance. Only for Dilute cases


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