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A, 50 per cent. X + 50 per cent. A, and 90 per cent. X + 10 per cent A be prepared, and the melting points be determined.
The cooling curve will have the shape shown in Fig. 7. 76, 2; solid commences to separate at b and solidification is complete at c. There is no complete arrest, only a change in the rate of cooling during the separation of the solid. , the first drops of liquid will appear) with the production of liquid of composition g. Thereafter, as the temperature of the mass rises, more of the solid will melt and the composition of the solid and liquid will change as represented by the curves cf and gb respectively.
4, 2 and 7,4,3 below). In the boiling point-composition diagram two curves are obtained, one giving the composition of the liquid and the other that of the vapour with which it is in equilibrium at the boiling point. The vapour phase is relatively PRACTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY [I. richer in the component which results in a lowering of the boiling point when added to the mixture, or, alternatively, the liquid phase is richer in the component which raises the boiling point. Three classes of curves will be considered : those in which (1) the boiling point rises steadily with change of composition from the more volatile to the less volatile component, (2) the boiling point reaches a minimum, and (3) the boiling point reaches a maximum.