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Separation Process Engineering: Includes Mass Transfer Analysis, Third Edition by Phillip C. Wankat

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C. Derivations

C1. Chapters 12 to 14 cover separations that use a mass-separating agent. Derive general operating and equilibrium equations for the separations in these chapters.

C2. Adapt the Kremser equation to leaching.

C3. Derive Eq. (14-10).

C4. Develop the procedures for single-stage and cross-flow systems for leaching using a triangular diagram.

C5. Batch washing will be similar to batch extraction except in continuous addition batch washing (Figure 13-11) there is no need to pre-saturate the wash liquid with the solid and a filter is used instead of a settler. If the terms are translated the same equations can be used for batch washing.

a. Convert Eqs. (13-24b) and (13-21) to the equations for batch washing.

b. Convert Eq. (13-28) to ...

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