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Subtraction provides another expression for Gi − Gisat: fi Gi − Gisat = RT ln ᎏ fisat Equating the two expressions for Gi − Gisat yields 1 fi ln ᎏ = ᎏ fisat RT ͵ P Vi dP sat Pi Because Vi, the liquid-phase molar volume, is a very weak function of P at temperatures well below Tc, an excellent approximation is usually obtained when evaluation of the integral is based on the assumption that Vi is constant at the value for saturated liquid Vil: fi Vil(P − Psat i ) ln ᎏ = ᎏᎏ sat fi RT sat sat Substituting f sat i = φ i P i and solving for fi give Vil(P − P sat i ) sat fi = φ sat i P i exp ᎏᎏ RT (4-302) The exponential is known as the Poynting factor.

An initial step is to set each φˆ i equal to unity and to solve the problem by Eq. (4-372). This provides a set of yi values, allowing evaluation of the φˆ i by, for example, Eq. (4-243) or (4-246). Equation (4-371) can then be solved for a new set of yi values, with the process continued to convergence. For liquid-phase reactions, Eq. (4-369) is modified by introduction of the activity coefficient γi = fˆi րxifi, where xi is the liquid-phase mole fraction. The activity is then i,j fˆ f aˆi ϵ ᎏi = γ i xi ᎏi fi° fi° ΂ ΃ i −Ανi,jG°i i ln ͟aˆνi = ᎏᎏ RT i i, j The right side of this equation is a function of temperature only for given reactions and given standard states.

In this event φˆ i = 1, and ͟i (y ) i νi, j νj ΂ᎏ P° ΃ P = Kj all j (4-372) In the general case the evaluation of the φˆ i requires an iterative process. An initial step is to set each φˆ i equal to unity and to solve the problem by Eq. (4-372). This provides a set of yi values, allowing evaluation of the φˆ i by, for example, Eq. (4-243) or (4-246). Equation (4-371) can then be solved for a new set of yi values, with the process continued to convergence. For liquid-phase reactions, Eq. (4-369) is modified by introduction of the activity coefficient γi = fˆi րxifi, where xi is the liquid-phase mole fraction.

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