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Countercurrent: Method of extraction such that the feed solution and the solvent
flow in opposite directions. Extract: Solution containing the desired product,
resulting from an extraction process. Extractant: Substance added to the solvent
It also has a much greater solvent capacity for hydrocarbons than glycol systems.
Additional features are its high density, low heat capacity, and good stability. The
design of the sulpholane process usually includes the rotating disk contactor, ...
TABLE II. Solvents for the Separation of Solvent Process Solvent additives and
reflux conditions Sulfolane Glycol/water mixtures Sulfolane selectivity and
capacity insensitive to water content caused by steam-stripping during solvent
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