solid-liquid equilibrium

solid-liquid equilibrium

[′säl·əd ′lik·wəd ‚ē·kwə′lib·rē·əm]
(physical chemistry)
The interrelation of a solid material and its melt at constant vapor pressure.
The concentration relationship of a solid with a solvent liquid other than its melt. Also known as liquid-solid equilibrium.
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Considering the complete equation for the solid-liquid equilibrium (SLE) published in Poling et al., 2001[11] and assuming that: (i) the triple point temperature is close to the melting temperature; (ii) the difference between the heat capacities of the liquid and solid phases is small; (iii) the contribution of enthalpy is higher than that of the heat capacity, and (iv) the solid phase can be considered as a pure component, the cited eqution can be reduced to Eq.
Liao et al., "Experimental and thermodynamic modeling study of the solid-liquid equilibrium in the ternary system (NaCl + NaCl[O.sub.3] + [H.sub.2]O) at 293.15 and 333.15 K and 0.1 MPa," Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, vol.
From this context, the aim of this work to provide fundamental information concerning on the phase behavior of solid-liquid equilibrium (SLE) for the system PCL + solvent + nonsolvents such as n-hexane and alcohols methyl, ethyl and isopropyl.
They also develop SLEEK (Solid-Liquid Equilibrium Engineering Kit), a state-of-the-art software solution for crystallization process development.
Ma, "Solid-liquid equilibrium for the ternary systems ([Na.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] + Na[H.sub.2]P[O.sub.4] + [H.sub.2]O) and (Na2S[O.sub.4] + NaCl + [H.sub.2]O) at 313.15 K and atmospheric pressure," Jounal of Chemical and Engineering Data, vol.