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Separation of Azeotropes by Means of Diffusion through Porous Membranes

Description: Thesis discussing experiments to separate azeotropes into pure components testing eleven minimum boiling point azeotropic systems: (1) acetone-methanol, (2) carbon tetrachloride-ethyl acetate, (3) cyclohexane-ethanol, (4) benzene-isopropanol, (5) benzene-n-propanol, (6) benzene-cyclohexane, (7) benzene-methanol, (8) benzene-ethanol, (9) acetone-carbon, (10) isopropoanol-water, and (11) ethanol-water.
Date: October 1953
Creator: Hagerbaumer, Donald H.

Zirconium-Hafnium Separation : Mixer-Settler Studies : Final Report

Description: Abstract: Use of the mixer-settler apparatus as a rapid means of determining improved conditions for plant operation is described including the experimental details. The preparation of highly purified samples of both zirconium oxide and hafnium oxide is discussed. (This document is concerned almost entirely with explorations of small scale continuous systems. Another document dealing with this general problem using small scale batch operations is being published simultaneously. It should prove of advantage to the reader to study this companion report, Document Y-611, by Barton, Overholser, and Grimes, to obtain a complete picture of the available information.).
Date: November 17, 1955
Creator: Waldrop, F. B.; Ward, W. T. & Leaders, W. M.

Portable Mercury Vapor Detector

Description: From abstract: "This report describes a functional mercury vapor detector which is a portable, self-contained, survey instrument, and had a minimum range from zero to two-tenths milligram of mercury per cubic meter of air."
Date: March 14, 1958
Creator: McMurray, C. S. & Redmond, J. W.

The Cold Pressing of Sinterable UO₂

Description: The intent of this work was to explore more fully the pressing of sinterable UO2 powders into cylindrical compacts in the hope that a more precise prediction of green density in terms of powder properties, pressure, and geometry could be evolved.
Date: March 27, 1961
Creator: Levey, R. P.