By Allan S. Myerson, Ken Toykura
content material: Crystallization learn within the Nineteen Nineties : an summary / Allan S. Myerson --
quintessential equation research of homogeneous nucleation / Günther H. Peters, John Eggebrecht, and Maurice A. Larson --
Solubilities in multicomponent platforms / Jaroslav Nývlt and Jiří Stávek --
Hardness of salts utilized in commercial crystallization / J. Ulrich and M. Kruse --
Calculation of crystal behavior and solvent-accessible parts of sucrose and adipic acid crystals / Allan S. Myerson and Michael Saska --
Sucrose crystal progress : thought, scan, and commercial purposes / D. Aquilano, M. Rubbo, G. Mantovani, G. Vaccari, and G. Sgualdino --
components affecting the purity of L-isoleucine recovered through batch crystallization / Ronald C. Zumstein, Timothy Gambrel, and Ronald W. Rousseau --
Light-scattering measurements to estimate kinetic parameters of crystallization / W.R. Witkowski, S.M. Miller, and J.B. Rawlings --
Double draw-off crystallizer : significant participant within the acid rain video game? / Alan D. Randolph, S. Mukhopadhyay, B.C. Sutradhar, and Ross Kendall --
Hydrocyclones for measurement category in non-stop crystallizers / Johan Jager, Sjoerd de Wolf, Herman J.M. Kramer, and Esso J. de Jong --
Derivation of nation area types of crystallizers / Sjoerd de Wolf, Johan Jager, B. Visser, Herman J.M. Kramer, and O.H. Bosgra --
Simulation of the dynamic habit of constant crystallizers / Herman J.M. Kramer, Sjoerd de Wolf, and Johan Jager --
Crystal measurement distribution and features linked to a continuing crystallizer / Yoshio Harano, Shogo Sudo, and Yoshio Aoyama --
Kinetics of the ethanolic crystallization of fructose / M.R. Johns, R.A. pass judgement on, and E.T. White --
advancements in controlling directed crystallization and sweating / J. Ulrich and Y. Özoguz --
In situ commentary of p-xylene crystal progress by way of controlling strain / Masato Moritoki and Nobuhiko Nishiguchi --
Solute move in quarter refining of eutectic-forming combos / George C. Yeh --
Purity reduce of L-threonine crystals in optical solution by means of batch preferential crystallization / Masakuni Matsuoka, Hirokazu Hasegawa, and Koichi Ohori --
Semi-batch cooling crystallization of quizalofop-ethyl with polymorphism / Akihiro Shiroishi, Isao Hashiba, Ryo Kokubo, Kazuo Miyake, and Yuji Kawamura --
development expense of S-carboxymethyl-D-cysteine and its optical solution / M. Yokota, T. Oguchi, ok. Arai, Ken Toyokura, C. Inoue, and H. Naijyo --
statement of high-pressure crystallization of benzene from benzene-cyclohexane blend / Hideo Narahara, Kenji Yamada, Ken Toyokura, Masato Moritoki, and Nobuhiko Nishiguchi --
Crystallization of gypsum from phosphoric acid ideas / E.T. White and S. Mukhopadhyay --
Crystallization of ice from aqueous options in suspension crystallizers / Yuping Shi, Baomin Liang, and Richard W. Hartel --
Kinetics of secondary nucleation of alumina trihydrate in a batch crystallizer / H.M. Ang and P.I.W. Loh --
Reactive crystallization of magnesium hydroxide / Hideki Tsuge and Hitoshi Matsuo --
Fluidized-bed technique for phosphate removing through calcium phosphate crystallization / Izumi Hirasawa and Yasunori Toya --
Freeze focus of aqueous options / Tasoula C. Kyprianidou-Leodidou and Gregory D. Botsaris --
form issue of a magnesium sulfate crystal starting to be in its aqueous resolution / Yoji Taguchi, Takashi Matsumura, Masayuki Satoh, and Tetsuya Ohsaki --
non-stop crystallization of calcium sulfate stages from phosphoric acid strategies / G.J. Witkamp and G.M. van Rosmalen --
Acceleration phenomenon on solidification of CaCl₂·6H₂O with a nucleation agent / Yasuyuki Watanabe, Tomonari Saito, and Tasuku Nakai.
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1962, 125, 828. Plendl, J . ; Gielisse P. J . Z. Kristall. 1963, 118, 404 RECEIVED April 12, 1990 Chapter 5 Calculation of Crystal Habit and SolventAccessible Areas of Sucrose and Adipic Acid Crystals 1 2 Allan S. ch005 1 Department of Chemical Engineering, Polytechnic University, 333 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Audubon Sugar Institute, Agricultural Center, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803 2 The crystal habit of sucrose and adipic acid crystals were calculated from their internal structure and from the attachment energies of the various crystal faces.
A description of the methods used can be found in Saska (2). To obtain the crystal habit, the attachment energy is calculated for a large number or possible low index faces (F faces) which are then used to calculate relative growth velocities since R ~ E . R " is the growth velocity, R normalized with respect to R . Knowing the set R * and the crystallographic structure (unit cell), the position of each crystallographic plane relative to a fixed origin is determined. The crystal form is then given by intersections of the planes enclosing the smallest volume.
The atoms coordinates are calculated relative to the new cell so that the relative atomic positions remain unchanged. The lattice energy is calculated by summing up the interatomic interactions of the control molecule with the neighboring ones. A description of the methods used can be found in Saska (2). To obtain the crystal habit, the attachment energy is calculated for a large number or possible low index faces (F faces) which are then used to calculate relative growth velocities since R ~ E .