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February 28, 2012

How to Disperse Gases in Liquids

Concave-blade disc impellers provide the right mix of shear and flow for better mass transfer in gas-liquid systems

Andre Bakker- Chemineer Inc., John M. Smith- Univ of Surrey, Kevin J. Myers- Univ of Dayton

Originally published in December, 1994, this article provides an overview of the state of the art in gas-liquid agitation, including a number of examples....

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