Figure 8.18

Two completely immisicble liquids (pboiling = pA + pB)

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Figure 8.20

Phase diagram for partially miscible liquids

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Figure 8.21

Phase diagram for partially miscible solids

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Figure 8.23 - Phase diagram for partially miscible liquids

 

 

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Figure 8.24 - Phase diagram for partially miscible liquids

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Figure 8.25 - Phase diagram for partially immiscible liquids

where the boiling temperature is above the upper critical temperature

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Figure 8.26 - Phase diagram for partially immiscible liquids

where the boiling temperature is below the upper critical temperature

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Figure 8.28 - Phase diagram for two almost completely immiscible solids and their almost completely miscible liquids

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Figure 8.31 -Phase diagram for potassium and sodium. A compound forms when these two are mixed (Na2K). The compound is only stable as a solid and not a liquid. This gives rise to incongruent melting.