mole fraction


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mole fraction

[′mōl ‚frak·shən]
(chemistry)
The ratio of the number of moles of a substance in a mixture or solution to the total number of moles of all the components in the mixture or solution.
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where L is the thickness of the membrane, z is the dimensionless distance through the membrane, P is the total pressure inside the membrane, T is the temperature, xi is the mole fraction inside the membrane, DiK is the Knudsen diffusivity, Dij is the binary gas diffusivity, r is the pore radius, and u i is the gas viscosity.
2] mixed stoichiometrically with activated carbon to a mole fraction X=0.
To quantify the NOx emissions during cold-start, especially during the transient phase, it is necessary to relate the NOx mole fraction measurement to the mass flow rates of the exhaust stroke.
The set of differential equations describing the change of the liquid mole fraction of each species, Eq.
According to the Lewis-Randall rule, the fugacity of component i in a mixture of ideal solution, is proportional to its mole fraction.
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The mole fraction of water is specified for a binary mixture with benzene/toluene/phenol, respectively.
When part of the NaOct is replaced by CTAB, the CMC increases with increasing mole fraction of the short-chain surfactant.
H2 mole fraction increases with temperature to a maximum value and then shows a slow and gradual decrease.
As depth increases, the mole fraction of light components decreases, density increases, and bubble point pressure, oil FVF, and GOR decrease.