Van Laar point
The van Laar point  is defined to be a point on the phase diagram of a binary mixture where the two critical lines intersect. This point is not necessarily located in a stable region of the phase diagram. This point was first studied by Johannis Jacobus van Laar  .
- Paul H. E. Meijer, Mustafa Keskin, and Ian L. Pegg "Critical lines for a generalized three state binary gas–liquid lattice model", Journal of Chemical Physics 88 pp. 1976-1982 (1988)
- J. J. van Laar "An exact expression for the course of the spinodal curves and their of plaitpoints for all temperatures, in the case of mixture of normal substances", Proceedings of the Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen 7 pp. 646-657 (1905)
- J. J. van Laar "On the shape of the plaitpoint curves for mixtures of normal substances", Proceedings of the Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen 8 pp. 33-48 (1905)
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