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The Fluid Systems Engineering and Management Blog

by Swagelok Northern California

Using a Phase Diagram for Vapor Pressure Curves

by Jeff Hopkins, on 7/11/19 1:00 PM

While phase diagrams are primarily used by chemists in laboratory environments, these tools can be useful for sample analysis. In some analytical systems, a liquid sample must be converted to gas through vaporization before it can be analyzed. A phase diagram’s vapor pressure curves allow engineers to identify phase changes for distinct materials and chemical compounds.

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