Chapter 9 Electrolyte Solutions
Many industrial and natural processes require information on phase equilibria of electrolyte solutions. Some examples are: partitioning processes in biochemical systems; precipitation and crystallization processes in geothermal-energy systems or drilling muds; desalination of water; water-pollution control; salting-in and salting-out effects in extraction and distillation; production of natural gas from high-pressure aquifiers where natural gas is in equilibrium with brines; food processing; and production of fertilizers.
Extensive modifications of traditional activity-coefficient models described in Chap. 6 are required to describe phase equilibria in systems containing electrolytes.
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