Chapter 7 Fugacities in Liquid Mixtures: Models and Theories of Solutions

When two or more pure liquids are mixed to form a liquid solution, it is the aim of solution theory to express the properties of the liquid mixture in terms of intermolecular forces and fundamental liquid structure. To minimize the amount of experimental information required to describe a solution, it is desirable to express the properties of a solution in terms that can be calculated completely from the properties of the pure components. Present theoretical knowledge has not yet reached a stage of development where this can be done with any degree of generality, although some results of limited utility have been obtained. Most current work in the theory of solutions ...

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