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Grade: 10
        What  do you mean by azeotroprs?please mention what are it`s types??
3 years ago

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Umakant biswal
5349 Points
							
@ prasad 
azeotropes are besically those mixture which have the same composition in liquid and vapour state . 
2- in will boil at a contaant temp . 
if the two above criterioa will be satisfied then it can be called as azeotropes . 
they are of two types . 
1- minimum boiling azeotropes – solution showing large +ve deviation from roults law is called as minimum boiling azeotropes . 
example – ethanol – water mixture . 
2- maximum boiling azeotropes . – solution showing large -ve deviation from roults law is called as maximum boiling azeotropes . 
example – nitric acid – water volume mixture with 68 percent nitric acid and 32 percent water by mass . 
HOPE IT CLEARS YOUR DOUBT 
ALL THE BEST ..
3 years ago
nath
122 Points
							Hi ! prasad, Azeotropes is defined as the binary mixture containing same component in liquid and vapour phase and boil at constant temperature.It is not possible to separate the component of  Azeotropes by fractional distillation.It is of two types; (i)Minimum boiling Azeotropes-the solution in which there is a large +ve deviation from ideal behaviour form minimum boiling Azeotropes.                        (ii)maximum boiling Azeotropes-The solution showing a laage -ve deviation from ideal behaviour form maximum boiling Azeotropes.                  .Hope it`s help you !!!11
						
3 years ago
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