Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

Vapour which is at a pressure smaller than the saturation pressure for the temperature involved is called a _____ vapour.

  • A. Superheated
  • B. Desuperheated
  • C. Non-condensable
  • D. None of these
Answer: Option A.
Explanation: 

A superheated liquid is at that state where if you want to vapourise the liquid at constant temperature we have to increase the pressure hence we can say the liquid is at lower pressure under subcooled state

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