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

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A. Discussion Problems

A1. Feed Step. Column is initially clean (cinit=0). Feed at concentration cF>0.

1. If solute follows a linear isotherm, the resulting solute wave will be a) diffuse wave, b) shock wave, c) simple wave.

2. If solute follows a favorable isotherm, the resulting solute wave will be a) diffuse wave, b) shock wave, c) simple wave.

3. If solute follows an unfavorable isotherm, the resulting solute wave will be a) diffuse wave, b) shock wave, c) simple wave.

A2. Elution. Column initially is saturated with solute at concentration cinit > 0. The feed to the column is cF = 0.

1. If solute follows a linear isotherm, the resulting solute wave will be a) diffuse wave, b) shock wave, c) simple wave.

2. If solute follows a favorable isotherm, ...

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