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## IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of raoult

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/ɹowlt/

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1. the condition second condition. And what is Raoult's law? Raoult's law says
2. the mixture obeys Raoult's law in liquid phase and the
3. mole fraction of component two. So this is what is known as Raoult's law okay.
4. Raoult's law and Dalton's law you can very easily show that total pressure exerted is
5. Raoult's law okay. So let me show that.
6. from your Raoult's law. But the real solution will deviate either
7. than the vapour pressure predicted by Raoult's law okay. This is what you call as positive
8. the pressure predicted by the ideal solution okay. That is from the Raoult's law okay this
9. you call it as negative deviation from Raoult's law okay. The same thing you can also shown.
10. vapour pressure exerted is greater than that predicted by Raoult's law and heat of mixing
11. for your calculation purposes and I have discussed in the last class that one can use Raoult's
12. law for ideal solutions. And from Raoult's law the vapour pressure of lithium bromide
13. we have seen that water -lithium bromide solution deviates strongly from Raoult's law and this
14. fraction and twenty-five degree centigrade Raoult's law predicts that, the pressure vapour
15. That means actual pressure is much less than the pressure predicted by the Raoult's law.
16. ratio of the actual vapour pressure to that predicted by Raoult's law is known as activity
17. From Raoult's law. pA is just the mole
18. You can't use Raoult's law any more.
19. Where both constituents follow Raoult's law,
20. Raoult's law.