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Distillation principles and processes

Sydney Young

Distillation principles and processes

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Published by Macmillan in London .
Written in English


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Statementwith the collaboration of E. Briggs ... [et al.].
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 509p. :
Number of Pages509
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Open LibraryOL18769895M

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Distillation Principles and Processes covers the research of scientists in fields including: .DISTILLATION PRINCIPLES A distillation column is a series of equilibrium flashes with two feeds and two product streams Exiting liquid is at bubble point Exiting vapor is at dew point Compositions obey the equation yi = Ki*xi “distillation” comes from .distillation principles Separation of components from a liquid mixture via distillation depends on the differences in boiling points of the individual components.

Also, depending on the concentrations of the components present, the liquid mixture .