Determine the operating temperature, Chemistry

An 80°C aqueous solution containing 58 wt% sodium nitrate (NaNO3) is fed to a combination crystallization-settling unit operating at 25°C. The unit separates crystals from the remaining solution. If the feed to the crystallizer/settler unit is 1000 kg/hr, what is the production of dry crystals and the mass of the exiting solution? If the exiting solution is then fed to a second crystallizer-settler and 50 kg/hr of crystals were produced in the second unit, what is the operating temperature of the second crystallizer? See next page for solubility curve.

 

Posted Date: 2/19/2013 4:19:12 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Determine the operating temperature, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Determine the operating temperature, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Determine the operating temperature Discussions

Write discussion on Determine the operating temperature
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
what are the pysical propities of iodofrom

why we take carbon 12 as standard?

When a certain cell was filled with 0.02N KCl solution, the resistance was 350ohm when the same cell was filled with 0.01N eq solution of sodium acetate the resistance was 1158ohm.

questions related to hybridization of ccompounds

The equation Δ x Δp ≥ h/ 4Π   shows: (1) de-Broglie relation         (2) Heisenberg's uncertainty principle   (3) Aufbau principle (4) Hund's rule ans:  Heisenberg'

Define Equilibrium with an Aqueous Phase? What are the values of C and F in systems consisting of solid AgCl in equilibrium with an aqueous phase containing H 2 O, Ag + (aq), C

Carboxylic Acids Carboxylic acids are the elements comprising the carboxyl functional group  The carboxyl set is made up of carbonyl (>C=O) and hydroxyl (-OH) group.

The number of orbitals in the fourth principal quantum number will be: (1) 4               (2) 8        (3) 12               (4) 16 Ans: 16

Interconversion of the resonance structures of carbon monoxide with the curved-arrow notation: Because the carbon in the structure on the left has a sextet of electrons, it

The specific heat of a substance is the amount of energy required to raise one gram of the material by one degree centigrade. But what happens if you get an ice cube too hot?  It i