zeotrope


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zeotrope

[′zē·ə‚trōp]
(physical chemistry)
A nonazeotropic liquid mixture which may be separated by distillation, and in which the components are miscible in all proportions (homogeneous zeotrope or homozeotrope) or not miscible in all proportions (heterogeneous zeotrope or heterozeotrope).
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As a zeotrope boils off in the evaporator, the constituent with the highest vapor pressure will evaporate first.
The lines of constant temperature (or isotherms) slope downward left-to-right in the saturated region, showing that R-407A is a zeotrope, having temperature glide.
Because of this behavior, superheat and subcooling for zeotropes must be calculated using the proper point.
It's the one achievement of science, art and craft without which motion pictures could never have progressed beyond such parlour amusements as the zeotrope and praxinoscope.
05 or was a banned substance per the Montreal Protocol, (2) had a GWP greater than 2000, (3) was an ASHRAE Class 3 flammable refrigerant, or (4) was a zeotrope with a temperature glide greater than 5[degrees]C (9[degrees]F).
The city is studded with fascinating reminders of its movie history including several zeotropes that you look at through a viewfinder as it spins to turn old still photos into a moving picture, historic movie cameras in local parks, sculptures of giant film rolls, and a dancing statue of MGM's old logo, Leo the Lion.
Attached to the funnels will be headphones, and visitors will be taken on board via atmospheric soundtracks combined with the spinning zeotropes, showing the liner passing well-known ports.
The performance of N-13a and N-13b is depressed slightly; this was expected qualitatively considering these fluids are zeotropes with ~1.
Wongwises and Pirompak (2001) presented a model to predict the flow of refrigerants and zeotropes in a straight adiabatic capillary tube.