volume 1, issue 2-3, P173-190 1966
DOI: 10.1080/01496396608049444
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Abstract: At present there is no reliable method of predicting the time required for a cascade of mixer-settler stages to approach steady state. Rules of thumb are used, based on the number of throughputs of the various streams. This paper compares data obtained in the laboratory for the TBP (tributyl phosphate)-Varsol-H,O-HNO:, system with four assumed mathematical models. It was found that the model that assumed homogeneity of the aqueous phase in the settling chamber and plug flow of the organic phase in the settlin…

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