Is the following paragraph about steam distillation accurate?

I've been struggling with the various methods of purification of organic compounds. If a question comes up in my examination, asking me to explain steam distillation in my own words, I'd like to know if this applies and if this is accurate.

iv) This is then condensed and separated by means of a separatory funnel.

In steam distillation, the liquid boils when the sum of vapour pressured due to organic liquid and that due to water become equal to the atmospheric pressure. i.e Patm=Pw+Pc

Since $Pc<P$ ; liquid vaporises at temperature lower than its boiling point. That is, if water insoluble substance and water are the components, the mixture boils at a temperature close to, but below 373K. Example: Aniline-Water

Please be highly specific. There should be no error, however minute. Many thanks.