Equilibrium line using henrys constant


by sonic1
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Sep16-11, 03:13 AM
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Hello
I'm trying to find the equilibrium line of a gas-liquid (CO2-propylene carbonate).
I have been given the moles of CO2 in vapour form in and out

I have also been given Henrys constant which is 8.7 MPa at T=289K

How do I get the equilibrium line?
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