Exercise 3. Partial pressures of ammonia in the air are 0. Air enters at 77oF and exits at 84oF. Aqueous acid enters at 76oF and exits at 81oF. Change in acid strength is negligible.
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Separation Process Principles, 3rd Edition J. Keith Roper John Wiley Incorporated , 5 nov.
Separation Process Principles
Solutions Manual - Separation Process Principles - Seader and Henley. 2nd. ed.
Exercise 1. Austin, pages Fig. Find: Draw a process flow diagram and describe the process. The HF contains a small amount of water as an impurity.
J. D. Seader, Ernest J. Henley Separation Process Principles 2nd Solutions Manual