Crystallization as a Separations Process by Allan S. Myerson, Ken Toykura

By Allan S. Myerson, Ken Toykura

content material: Crystallization examine within the Nineteen Nineties : an outline / Allan S. Myerson --
imperative equation research of homogeneous nucleation / Günther H. Peters, John Eggebrecht, and Maurice A. Larson --
Solubilities in multicomponent platforms / Jaroslav Nývlt and Jiří Stávek --
Hardness of salts utilized in business crystallization / J. Ulrich and M. Kruse --
Calculation of crystal behavior and solvent-accessible parts of sucrose and adipic acid crystals / Allan S. Myerson and Michael Saska --
Sucrose crystal development : concept, test, and commercial purposes / D. Aquilano, M. Rubbo, G. Mantovani, G. Vaccari, and G. Sgualdino --
components affecting the purity of L-isoleucine recovered via batch crystallization / Ronald C. Zumstein, Timothy Gambrel, and Ronald W. Rousseau --
Light-scattering measurements to estimate kinetic parameters of crystallization / W.R. Witkowski, S.M. Miller, and J.B. Rawlings --
Double draw-off crystallizer : significant participant within the acid rain video game? / Alan D. Randolph, S. Mukhopadhyay, B.C. Sutradhar, and Ross Kendall --
Hydrocyclones for dimension class in non-stop crystallizers / Johan Jager, Sjoerd de Wolf, Herman J.M. Kramer, and Esso J. de Jong --
Derivation of nation area types of crystallizers / Sjoerd de Wolf, Johan Jager, B. Visser, Herman J.M. Kramer, and O.H. Bosgra --
Simulation of the dynamic habit of continuing crystallizers / Herman J.M. Kramer, Sjoerd de Wolf, and Johan Jager --
Crystal measurement distribution and features linked to a continuing crystallizer / Yoshio Harano, Shogo Sudo, and Yoshio Aoyama --
Kinetics of the ethanolic crystallization of fructose / M.R. Johns, R.A. pass judgement on, and E.T. White --
advancements in controlling directed crystallization and sweating / J. Ulrich and Y. Özoguz --
In situ commentary of p-xylene crystal development via controlling strain / Masato Moritoki and Nobuhiko Nishiguchi --
Solute move in quarter refining of eutectic-forming combinations / George C. Yeh --
Purity lessen of L-threonine crystals in optical solution by way of batch preferential crystallization / Masakuni Matsuoka, Hirokazu Hasegawa, and Koichi Ohori --
Semi-batch cooling crystallization of quizalofop-ethyl with polymorphism / Akihiro Shiroishi, Isao Hashiba, Ryo Kokubo, Kazuo Miyake, and Yuji Kawamura --
development fee of S-carboxymethyl-D-cysteine and its optical answer / M. Yokota, T. Oguchi, ok. Arai, Ken Toyokura, C. Inoue, and H. Naijyo --
commentary of high-pressure crystallization of benzene from benzene-cyclohexane combination / Hideo Narahara, Kenji Yamada, Ken Toyokura, Masato Moritoki, and Nobuhiko Nishiguchi --
Crystallization of gypsum from phosphoric acid ideas / E.T. White and S. Mukhopadhyay --
Crystallization of ice from aqueous ideas in suspension crystallizers / Yuping Shi, Baomin Liang, and Richard W. Hartel --
Kinetics of secondary nucleation of alumina trihydrate in a batch crystallizer / H.M. Ang and P.I.W. Loh --
Reactive crystallization of magnesium hydroxide / Hideki Tsuge and Hitoshi Matsuo --
Fluidized-bed method for phosphate elimination via calcium phosphate crystallization / Izumi Hirasawa and Yasunori Toya --
Freeze focus of aqueous suggestions / Tasoula C. Kyprianidou-Leodidou and Gregory D. Botsaris --
form issue of a magnesium sulfate crystal turning out to be in its aqueous resolution / Yoji Taguchi, Takashi Matsumura, Masayuki Satoh, and Tetsuya Ohsaki --
non-stop crystallization of calcium sulfate stages from phosphoric acid strategies / G.J. Witkamp and G.M. van Rosmalen --
Acceleration phenomenon on solidification of CaCl₂·6H₂O with a nucleation agent / Yasuyuki Watanabe, Tomonari Saito, and Tasuku Nakai.

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XQ(T) ... t ^ etc. Both the dependencies are depicted schematically i n "Figure 2". +Xg) are found from the triangular diagram. Further, the t g value i s plotted on the graph on the v e r t i c a l l i n e constructed through the point x = 1. The l i n e connecting points t„ with point t , located on trie v e r t i c a l l i n e passing through point x = x ( S ) , determines the length of segment KL = t^g. An a r b i t r a r y t,j, value i s selected and the appropriate segment i s plotted on the v e r t i c a l l i n e passing through point x~ = 1 , a l i n e i s drawn p a r a l l e l to straight l i n e t g - L and the intercept of t h i s l i n e with curve t ( x ) y i e l d s the x (T) value, corresponding to the isotherm i n "Figure 1".

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NaCl, CaF , S i , Ge. 2 In Table 2 the r e s u l t s are shown f o r the c a l c u l a t e d volumetric cohensive energies of c r y s t a l s with NaCl-type s t r u c t u r e and t h e i r measured Vickers hardness. 7 This l a s t model The hardness H properties. C l a r g e s t common unit charge and of the hardness i s modified and given i n Equation 6. i s according to (21) a function of several p h y s i c a l i s the constant defined i n Equation 7, Z i s the valency of the atoms, f i s the f o r c e constant per r represents the interatomic distance.

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