(382w) Evaluation of Thermal Conductivity for Binary Liquid Systems Using Binary Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data
The excess free energy can be evaluated using vapor-liquid equilibrium data.
For regular solution, k is -1/2.5 .
The authors have proposed the estimation method of thermal conductivity for ideal solution using the following equation .
Then we discuss the excess properties by the following equation.
This paper deals with the evaluation of thermal conductivity using vapor-liquid equilibrium data.
The kâ is binary constant for thermal conductivity. The kâ values have been determined using thermal conductivities data  and vapor-liquid equilibrium data  for binary systems. The number of binary systems discussed in this paper is 20.
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