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If the distillate be redistilled, the vapour approaches the composition of the minimum boiling point system, as can be seen from the figure. Hence fractional distillation will result in a distillate of composition Lm, although the final residue will approach A. , at a temperature // the vapour (and therefore the distillate) will have the composition F/. As the distillation continues the composition of the vapour changes to V2' and the liquid to L2'. Fractional distillation will, in this case, yield a solution of composition L^, and the residue will approach B.
The vapour pressure may be either greater or less than that calculated. , carbon disulphide and acetone at 35°), the total vapour pressure curve will be greater than that calculated and the curve passes through a maximum. , acetone and chloroform at 35°), Mot fractionofBthe total vapour pressure curve ~Mol. fraction of A will be less than that calculated Fig. /, 1. and the curve will pass through a minimum. It can be shown that when the vapour pressure is a maximum or a minimum, the composition of the vapour is the same as that of the liquid with which it is in equilibrium.
A and 80 per cent. B. By joining the first arrest points (represented by crosses) the liquidus curve is obtained, whilst the solidus curve is obtained by drawing a line through the second arrest points (denoted by circles; see Fig. /, 13, 2,b). In practice, it is only necessary to plot the arrest temperatures against the composition, but it is believed that Fig. /, 13, 2 brings out clearly the connexion between cooling curves and the equilibrium diagram for the system under discussion, and is therefore of considerable interest.