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There are 30 kg of solute in 100 L of H 2O. (a) What is the weight of solute that will be

extracted by 35 L of ether if the distribution coefficient is 4? (b) If a 3-stage

countercurrent extraction system is used, what is the weight of solute that will remain in

the raffinate?

Given:

V1 V2

Extractor 35 L ether

L0 L1

30 kg of solute in

100 L of water

(a) What is the weight of solute that will be extracted by 35 L of ether if the

distribution coefficient is 4?

mass of A/ mass of C mass of A/ 126.805 kg of ether

(b) If a 3-stage countercurrent extraction system is used, what is the weight of solute

that will remain in the raffinate?

Given:

V1 Vn+1

35 L ether

L0 L1

30 kg solute in

100 L water

Solution:

L0 + Vn+1 = M

100 + 126.805

x = 0.1322 (126.805)

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