Extraction efficiency of a pulse column of varied geometry

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1956-06-01
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Burkhart, Lawrence
Fahien, R.
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An investigation was made of the effects of plate spacing, hole diameter, percent free plate area, pulse amplitude, and pulse frequency on the extraction efficiency of a 1-in. diameter pulse column. The hexone-acetic acid-water system was used. Two levels of each factor were incorporated in an experimental design based on statistical methods. 'The data were analyzed by the analysis of variance technique.

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