Gas-liquid reactor with ejection gas dispersion
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Mass exchange is investigated in a vessel with ejection gas dispersion, for which the rate of oxidation of Na2SO3 in the solution was determined through evaluation of the sulfite number.
Curves of Na2SO3 concentration versus processing time of the solution are given for a reactor with and without packing.
KeywordsOxidation Processing Time Mineral Resource Na2SO3 Sulfite
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