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Iam not clear with the Clausius Clapeyron equation to calculate the boiling point of liquid with high vaccum. the formula which I found is given below.
please illustrate with the coulpe of examples based on the below mention formula.Awaiting for your reply.
ln (P2 / P1) = (Hvap / R)( (1/T1) - (1/T2) .
In the equation, P1 is the vapor pressure at some known temperature and pressure -- such as atmospheric pressure -- and T1 is the corresponding temperature.
P2 is the new pressure once vacuum is applied,
R is a constant, and
Hvap is the amount of heat energy needed to evaporate a given amount of the liquid.
- DINESH (age 22)
Let's say that you know the boiling point T1
=1 atm. You probably can also look up the (approximately constant) latent heat, H, and of course have the universal gas constant, R.
With that standard background, I think what you're asking is how to calculate the boiling point T2
for some very low pressure P2
. Well, let's just solve for T2
You can take it from there.
(published on 06/07/11)
Follow-Up #1: water boiling temperature vs. pressure
IS THERE ANY CALCULATION FOR BOILING POINT AGAINST VACUUM / NAGATIVE PRESSURE & PRESSURE
- snehal harishchandra patel (age 33)
Check the preceding answer (17269) and its follow up if you need more explanation.
Just type 17269 into the search box.
(published on 05/01/12)
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