plait point

plait point

[′plāt ‚pȯint]
(chemistry)
Composition conditions in which the three coexisting phases of partially soluble components of a three-phase liquid system approach each other in composition.
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The plait point is the point where both binodal and spinodal curves coincide and is identified by the Eq.
It can be noted that spinodal curves are always located to the right of the binodal curves and they meet at the plait point. Filled circles in Fig.
Coordinates of plait point for various solvent systems.