Theoretical Calculation of Activity Coefficients of Liquid Mixtures

액체혼합물의 활동도계수의 이론적 계산

  • 문대원 (한국과학원 화학 및 화학공학과) ;
  • 전무식 (한국과학원 화학 및 화학공학과) ;
  • 이태규 (한국과학원 화학 및 화학공학과)
  • Published : 1977.12.30

Abstract

Significant structure theory was applied to some liquid mixture systems ranging from simple monatomic molecule systems to polyatomic molecule systems, and the activity coefficients ${\gamma}$ of the liquid mixture systems were calculated over whole mole fractions using the following thermodynamic relation $RTln_{{\gamma}i} = (\frac{{\partial A}^E}{{\partial N}_i})_{T,V,N_i} $ where $A^E$ represents the excess Helmholtz free energy, and $N_i$ is the number of molecules of component i. The activity coefficients of the solutions such as monatomic molecule systems (Ar-Kr, Kr-Xe) and diatomic molecule systems $(Ar-O_2,\;N_2-CO)$ and $CH_4-Kr$ systems whose components have similar shapes for intermolecular potential curves were calculated successfully only with the ${\delta}E_s$, correction parameter for energy $E_s$, for mixture systems. For other systems such as $Ar-N_2,\;O_2-N_2\;and\;CH_4-C_3H_8$ whose components have dissimilar intermolecular potential curve shapes an additional correction parameters ${\delta}$V and even one more parameter ${\delta}$n were necessary [see Eqs.(10)∼(12)].

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