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Now to separate solute (B) form (C) the following conditions must be met,


and (7)

Having established the down-flow of stationary phase the conditions defined in equations (6) and (7) must be met by adjustment of (QG(2)) and (T(2)). In a similar manner, using suitable restrictions, the pressures at the sample inlet and that of the outlet for solute (B) must be made equal (or close to equal) to reduce cross-flow.

Finally, solute (C) can be recovered under the following condition,



Courtesy of Benzole Producers Ltd. (ref.7)


Figure 27 The Extraction of Pure Benzene from Coal Gas by continuous Extraction Using a Moving Bed Technique