Conditions For A Homogeneous Mixture To Be Ideal
This Memorandum considers homogeneous mixtures of three or more chemical species, obtaining conditions for such mixtures to be "ideal" over some range of chemical compositions. Temperature and pressure are assumed constant. Ideality is shown to derive from the assumption that for each species, the activity of the species depends only on the concentration of that particular species, independently of the concentrations of the other species.
Conditions, Homogeneous Mixture, Chemical Equilibrium