In this book the authors have drawn together theoretical and experimental material concerning precipitation to provide a uniform and coherent picture of the overall process. The focus is mainly on aqueous solutions and covers features common to all
precipitation processes rather than individual cases. Considerable emphasis has been placed on developing a rigorous theoretical background to the kinetics of precipitation as well as attempting to demonstrate how this might be applied to industrial
operations. Extensive tables in the appendices define the solubility products of inorganic substances, the surface energies of precipitated solids and solution concentration units.
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