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Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society (BKCS)

ISSN 0253-2964(Print)
ISSN 1229-5949(Online)
Volume 18, Number 8
BKCSDE 18(8)
August 20, 1997 

Approximate Nonrandom Two-Fluid Lattice-Hole Theory. Thermodynamic Properties of Real Mixtures
Ki-Pung Yoo, Hun Yong Shin, Chul Soo Lee
A simple molecular theory of mixtures is formulated based on the nonrandom two-fluid lattice-hole theory of fluids. The model is applicable to mixtures over a density range from zero to liquid density. Pure fluids can be completely characterized with only two molecular parameters and an additional binary interaction energy is required for a binary mixture. The thermodynamic properties of ternary and higher order mixtures are completely defined in terms of the pure fluid parameters and the binary interaction energies. The Quantitative prediction of vapor-liquid, and solid-vapor equilibria of various mixtures are demonstrated. The model is useful, in particular, for mixtures whose molecules differ greatly in size. For real mixtures, satisfactory agreements are resulted from experiment. Also, the equation of state (EOS) is characterized well, even the liquid-liquid equilibria behaviors of organic mixtures and polymer solutions with a temperature-dependent binary interaction energy parameter.
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