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|Title:||Effect of calcium chloride on the ternary liquid equilibria of the water-phosphoric acid-1-butanol system at 35C|
Rao, P. B.
|Citation:||Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 14(2), 188-189|
|Abstract:||Liquid-liquid equilibria of the ternary system 1-butanol-phosphoric acid-calcium chloride solution (2 or 5% by weight of calcium dihydrate) have been studied at 35C. The tie-line data are determined. The solvent capacity of 1-butanol and the distribution coefficient of phosphoric acid increase with increase in calcium chloride content of the aqueous phase, indicating the salting out effect of calcium chloride on phosphoric acid.|
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