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Pulsed columns for solvent extraction from aqueous solutions and slurries

A. Thunaes

Pulsed columns for solvent extraction from aqueous solutions and slurries

by A. Thunaes

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Published by Institution of Mining and Metallurgy in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Preprint of a paper submitted for discussion at the Ninth Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress, London, 5 to 24 May,1969.

StatementA. Thunaes [and] G.F. Colborne.
SeriesPaper / Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress. Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Section (9th : 1969 : London) -- 7
ContributionsColborne, G. F., Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress, (9th : 1969 : London)
The Physical Object
Pagination13p.
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13953807M

The extraction of Mo(VI) is sensitive to the pH of the aqueous solution; however, quantitative extraction of Mo(VI) by CYANEX® was observed at . Mass balances are an instructive means for investigating the fate of chemicals during wastewater treatment. In addition to the aqueous-phase removal efficiency (Φ), they can inform on chemical partitioning, transformation, and persistence, as well as on the chemical loading to streams and soils receiving, respectively, treated effluent and digested sewage sludge (biosolids).Cited by:

Full text of "Sample Preparation Techniques in Analytical Chemistry (Wiley, )" See other formats. Esmaili M., Habibi-Yangjeh A., "Microwave-Assisted Preparation of Nanocrystalline ZnS in Aqueous Solutions of [EMIM][EtSO4] as a Low-Cost Ionic Liquid, and its Characterization and Photocatalytic Properties", Physica Status Solidi A-Applications and Materials Science, (11), ().

Examples of extraction towers with energy input are pulsed towers, pulsed packed columns and pulsed perforated-plate towers. A number of units with some form of mechanical agitation are also used (Karr column, Scheibel column, Oldshue-Rushton column, Kühni column, RZE extractor, RDC and ARD extractor, Graesser contactor).   E-book Solution Manual attention guys, u need download all the file, we have difficulty to seperate all into a link download here (download) > .


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Uranium is extracted from the slurry in pulsed columns using 25 vol. % tributyl phosphate in an inert kerosene diluent. Extraction of thorium and other impurities is minimized by maintaining the uranium content at a high saturation density.

Residual impurities and free nitric acid are removed from the solvent using a de-ionized water by: 2. Liquid-liquid extraction, leaching (solid extraction), absorption (gas extraction) and extractive distillation have in common the use of a solvent which achieves the separation. There is a large body of experience with the use of aqueous solutions and organic extraction phases for large separation cascades.

There has been success using large and small separation factors, down to a stage separation factor of using a centrifugal contactor for first-cycle extraction and pulsed columns for second-and third-cycle.

Introduction Overview of the need for radioactive materials separations. Aqueous processing of radioactive materials commenced in the USA in the late s, when initially precipitation processes, and subsequently solvent extraction processes, were used to separate weapons grade plutonium from irradiated nuclear by: 4.

The simplest extraction system is made up of three components. the solute (material to be extracted); the carrier, or nonsolute portion of the feed; and the solvent, which should have a low solubility in the illustrates a countercurrent extraction with a light-phase solvent.

The diagram can be inverted for a heavy-phase solvent. @article{osti_, title = {Method for stripping of residual solvent}, author = {Mehiberg, R L}, abstractNote = {A method is described for stripping organic solvent from an aqueous feed slurry comprising a mixture of water and a solid containing adsorbed organic solvent using a vertical packed column containing: (1) an organized packing having an opening size at least about.

A horizontal pulsed solvent extraction column (HPC) has great potential in replacing vertical pulsed columns (VPC) in the separation of heavy elements in the nuclear industry.

TABLE PRIORITY SOLVENT INDUSTRIAL END USES Percent of use category by solvent type Use category Faint/coatings Vapor degrees ing/cold Process solvent Dry cleaning Adhesives — Halogenated clean3 Industrial paint stripper Inks Miscellaneous Total industrial uses Nonh a logenated A continuous extraction apparatus and a continuous extraction process for extracting an extractable component of a liquid or particulate feed material with an immiscible liquid solvent for the extractable component thereof, which apparatus and process are both especially useful for extracting glycerine from soap, utilize an extraction column with oscillatably movable contact Cited by: extraction continuous concentrates metallic metals occurs combustion fraction converter chemical gaseous electrodes aluminum reactors metallurgical Post a Review.

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Minimizing surfactant losses using twin-head anionic surfactants in subsurface remediation. Coalescers LIQUID-LIQUID EXTRACTION EQUIPMENT TABLE Settling of Aqueous Uranium Leach Liquors with Kerosine–Alkyl Phosphate Solvent Permissible settler flow Organic-aqueous rate U.S. gal/min⋅ft 2 Nature of aqueous feed ratio required horizontal area Clear liquor 4 – Slimes 5 solids 8 Dense pulps 50–60 solids 10 Larger columns are usually seen in industrial applications such as the purification of a drug product for later use.

Low ID columns have improved sensitivity and lower solvent consumption at the expense of loading capacity. Larger ID columns (over 10 mm) are used to purify usable amounts of material because of their large loading capacity.

While solvent extraction is often done on a small scale by synthetic lab chemists using a separating funnel, it is normally done on the industrial scale using machines which bring the two liquid phases into contact with each other.

Such machines include centrifugal contactors, spray columns, pulsed columns and mixer-settlers. Extraction of metals. absorption with aqueous solutions of an ethanolamine (Vol. 4, p.) Stripping" (7) Liquid Vapor Stripping vapor (MSA) Stream stripping of naphtha, kerosene, and gas oil side cuts from a crude distillation unit to remove light ends (Vol.

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1 Coulson and Richardson's Chemical Engineering Volume 4 - Solutions to the Problems in Chemical Engineering from Volume 1.A significant decrease in a for bacteria injected into the columns was seen when columns were flushed with ultra pure water as compared to columns flushed with only artificial ground water.

The collision efficiency decreased from x 10 -2 (for AGW) to x 10 -3 (for ultra pure water), as shown below for a 7-cm column.Transcript.

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