Gas absorption by Atomization (Summary)
Branscome, James R.
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The purpose of this work was to test the applicability of atomization to absorption by means of a two-fluid or gas-atomization nozzle. Since absorption depends directly on the amount of liquid surface exposed to absorable gas, and atomization of a liquid produces the largest possible surface to mass ratio, it was felt that absorption by this method would be commercially possible and the results obtained confirmed this.
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