Liquid-Liquid Mass Transfer Using Ionic Liquids
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In this chapter the mass transfer during liquid-liquid plug flow in small channels is presented. The extraction of dioxouranium(VI) ions from nitric acid solutions into TBP/IL mixtures (Table 3.2), relevant to spent nuclear fuel reprocessing was investigated.
KeywordsIonic Liquid Extraction Efficiency Mass Transfer Coefficient Plug Flow Nitric Acid Solution
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