Chemical thermodynamics azeotropic point
Hello everyone! As it's known, thermodynamics doesn't impose restrictions on the number of azeotropic points in a system, but mostly binary systems with one azeotropic point are known. Maybe someone knows systems with more azeotropic points?
Do you mean liquid-liquid systems?
There are also ternary azeotropic mixtures, theoretically the number of components is not limited in them.
@argentum yeah, but I could't find any examples of such systems. Do you know something?
For example, ethanol-H2O-benzene, phenol-H2O-cumene, phenol-H2O-mesityl oxide