This seems basic, and it’s probably just the weed clouding my thought process but here goes.
Science fundamentals question here. But I’ve been noticing the differences with vapor pressure/volatility of chemicals and the energy to evaporate (I.e heptane boils higher than ethanol but needs less energy to Evaporate).
I’m curious how this relates to condensing the gas. If I had a 5kw chiller, would it condense the same amount of fluid? Is there a direct relationship between the condensing and evaporating energies required? Do you condense more of a high volatility gas in the same condenser?
Also, if you had a certain size of condenser are you more or less likely to over-run it as a function of vapor pressure?