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a·ze·o·tro·pic

(ā'zē-ō-trop'ik),
Denoting or characteristic of an azeotrope.

a·ze·o·tro·pic

(ā'zē-ō-trō'pik)
Denoting or characteristic of an azeotrope.
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Bruno, Study of azeotropic mixtures with the advanced distillation curve approach, Fluid Phase Equilibria 281, 49-59 (2009).
Problem P7 refers to the calculation of the coefficients of van Laar's equation, parameters A and B, from an experimental azeotropic point for the system ethanol + n-heptane.
These authors tried to dehydrate cyclic ethylene glutaramide by azeotropic distillation, but they were unsuccessful.
The comparison of R-22 substitutes has shown that R-410A as a near azeotropic refrigerant mixture shows a very advantageous energetic behavior but needs adjustment of compressor size and pressure design regulations," the pair concluded.
Residual water was removed by reconstituting the residue with 200 [micro]L of benzene to form an azeotropic mixture and again reducing it to dryness under nitrogen.
The good news at the conference was that several new "ozone-friendly" blowing agents--including fluoroiodocarbons, azeotropic mixtures, and liquid HFCs--are in development.
Then, in a process called azeotropic distillation, he separated cyclodextrin from the cyclododecanone--which could then be reused.
He has published over 220 technical papers in the area of process control and design (8 in the area of azeotropic distillation alone).
The resulting mixture was degassed with nitrogen at the ambient temperature, and heated to reflux at 135-140[degrees]C for 3 h to remove all water from the reaction by azeotropic distillation.
The reader may remember such terms as temperature glide, azeotropic mixtures, and zeotropic mixtures (the latter two terms referring to the same characteristic: mixtures whose concentrations change during phase changes).
The experiments in the glass reactor are performed under batch and semi-batch modes with azeotropic water removal as shown in Figure 1 under reflux conditions (120[degrees]C) at atmospheric pressure.