What is the phase rule equation for ternary system F=C-P+1 or F=C-P +2

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What is the phase rule equation for ternary system F=C-P+1 or F=C-P +2

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It's F = C-P+1 because pressure is kept fixed.

It’s F = C-P+1 because pressure is kept fixed.

See lessMost diagrams have axes in terms of pressure temperature and composition . Let us consider ternary diagram. Here temp and pressure are not documented,so they are out of the scope of concern.Effectively, therefore Gibb's phase rule is F=C-P Composition is graphed for a particular , coRead more

Nice Explanation.

Nice Explanation.

See lessIn ternary phase, as the name depicts, is a 3 component system. Here, equation F= C-P+1 is used as the variable pressure is kept constant and the other two variables vary.

In ternary phase, as the name depicts, is a 3 component system. Here, equation

See lessis used as the variable pressure is kept constant and the other two variables vary.F= C-P+1F= C-P+1

F= C-P+1

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