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Solid-Liquid Equilibrium Data

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Solid-Liquid Equilibrium Data Set 506

Components

No. Formula Molar Mass CAS Registry Number Name
1 CHCl3 119.377 67-66-3 Chloroform
2 C6H6 78.114 71-43-2 Benzene
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Data Table

T [K] xL1 [mol/mol]
196.35 0.80100
195.15 0.75600
196.15 0.71800

(P - pressure, T - temperature, xl - liquid mole fraction)

Reference

Source
Timmermans J.: VI. Application de l'analyse thermique à la détermination des courbes de congélation de mélanges binaires de composés organiques fondant à basse température. Bull.Soc.Chim.Belg. 37 (1928) 409-423

Solid-Liquid Equilibrium Data Set 986

Components

No. Formula Molar Mass CAS Registry Number Name
1 CHCl3 119.377 67-66-3 Chloroform
2 C6H6 78.114 71-43-2 Benzene
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Data Table

T [K] xL1 [mol/mol]
225.06 0.58330
240.59 0.46090
252.25 0.33910
260.88 0.23980
269.24 0.13710

(P - pressure, T - temperature, xl - liquid mole fraction)

Reference

Source
Negishi R.: The Solubility of Solid Benzene in Several Non-Polar Liquids. Rev.Phys.Chem.Japan 15 (1941) 98-116

Solid-Liquid Equilibrium Data Set 3825

Components

No. Formula Molar Mass CAS Registry Number Name
1 CHCl3 119.377 67-66-3 Chloroform
2 C6H6 78.114 71-43-2 Benzene
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Data Table

T [K] xL1 [mol/mol]
194.15 0.73000

(P - pressure, T - temperature, xl - liquid mole fraction)

Reference

Source
Wyatt W.F.: Part I. The Freezing-Point Diagrams and Latent Heats of Evaporation of Binary Mixtures of Volatile Liquids. Trans.Faraday Soc. 24 (1928) 429-438

Diagrams

Solid-Liquid Equilibrium of Benzene+Chloroform
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Solid-Liquid Equilibrium Data Overview


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