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<emphasis role="bold">INTRODUCTION</emphasis>
<emphasis role="bold">INTRODUCTION</emphasis>Definitions Gas absorption is a unit operation in which soluble components of a gas mixture are dissolved in a liquid. The inverse operation, called stripping or desorption, is employed when it is desired to transfer volatile components from a liquid mixture into a gas. Both absorption and stripping, in common with distillation (Sec. 13), make use of special equipment for bringing gas and liquid phases into intimate contact. This section is concerned with the design of gas-liquid contacting equipment, as well as with the design of absorption an…
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