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Using the lever rule one can determine quantitatively the relative composition of a mixture in a two-phase region in a phase diagram. The distances l from the mixture point along a horizontal tie line to both phase boundaries give the composition:
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nαlα = nβlβ
nα represents the amount of phase α and nβ represents the amount of phase β.
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