Solid-liquid Equilibria in the Ternary Systems (NaCl+SrCl2+H2O) and (KCl+SrCl2+H2O) at 288.15 K and 0.1 MPa
Solid-liquid phase equilibria of the two ternary systems (NaCl+SrCl2+H2O) and (KCl+SrCl2+H2O) at T=288.15 K and p=0.1 MPa were studied using the isothermal dissolution equilibrium method. Solubilities of the equilibrium liquid phase were determined, and the solids were also investigated by the Schreinemaker method of wet residues. In the ternary system (NaCl+SrCl2+H2O) at 288.15 K, there is one invariant point corresponding to (NaCl+SrCl2·6H2O) and two crystallization regions corresponding to NaCl and SrCl2·6H2O. The crystallized area of SrCl2·6H2O decreased with the increasing temperature, while that of NaCl increased slightly. In the ternary system (KCl+SrCl2+H2O) at 288.15 K, there is one invariant point(KCl+SrCl2·6H2O) and two crystallization regions cor-responding to KCl and SrCl2·6H2O. Both systems belong to a simple eutectic type, and neither double salts nor solid solutions were formed. On the basis of Pitzer-Harvie-Weare model, the solubilities of the two systems at 288.15 K were demonstrated. A comparison showed that the calculated solubilities agreed well with the experimental data.
KeywordsPhase equilibrium Solubility Phase diagram Oilfield brine
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