M A Acetic Acid B Water C Isopropyl ether Hunter Nash Method miscibility

M a acetic acid b water c isopropyl ether hunter nash

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M . A – Acetic Acid B – Water C – Isopropyl ether Hunter-Nash Method miscibility boundary curve or equilibrium curve tie line
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. L O . L N A B C . M . V N+1 V 1 A – Acetic Acid B – Water C – Isopropyl ether 1. Connect L N to M, to locate V 1 (at equilibrium curve) 2. Connect L O to V 1 and extend the line 3. Connect L N to V N+1 and extend the line 4. Intersection between these two lines, (operating point) Hunter-Nash Method Operating Point
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. L O . L N A B C . M . L 1 V N+1 A – Acetic Acid B – Water C – Isopropyl ether V 1 Connect V 1 to L 1 using tie line Hunter-Nash Method Operating Point
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. L O . L N A B C . M . L 1 V N+1 A – Acetic Acid B – Water C – Isopropyl ether V 1 V 2 Connect L 1 to , then locate V 2 Hunter-Nash Method Operating Point
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. L O . L N A B C . M . L 1 V N+1 A – Acetic Acid B – Water C – Isopropyl ether V 1 V 2 V 3 L 2 Connect V 2 to L 2 using tie line Connect L2 to , then locate V 3 Hunter-Nash Method Operating Point
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. L O . L N A B C . M . L 1 L 2 V N+1 A – Acetic Acid B – Water C – Isopropyl ether Hunter-Nash Method Number of stages ~ 10 Operating Point
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A solvent stream containing 10% by weight acetone and 90% by weight chloroform is used to extract acetone from a feed containing 55 wt % acetone and 5 wt % chloroform while the remainder being water. The feed rate is 250 kg/h while the
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