Crystallization Process Systems

1st Edition

Print ISBN: 9780750655200
eBook ISBN: 9780080494319
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 4th April 2002
Page Count: 341
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Crystallization Process Systems gives a clear, concise, balanced and up to date presentation of crystallization and solid-liquid separation of the crystalline product. The information is presented in a coherent, concise and logical sequence based on the fundamentals of particulate crystallization processes as systems.

By emphasising the analysis, design and operation of particulate crystallization processes as systems, the reader will be able to make a better judgement about the best, cheapest and most effective production method to use.

Key Features

Presents a coherent, concise and logical sequence based on the fundamentals of particulate crystallization processes as systemsEmphasis on the design and optimization of the crystallization processing system


Chemical engineers, process and industrial chemists; Undergraduates studying crystallography or particulate systems; PhD students in industrial crystallization or other solids processes.

Table of Contents

Particulate Crystal Characteristics; Fluid-particle Transport Processes; Crystallization Principles and Techniques; Crystal Formation Processes; Crystallizer Design and Operation; Solid-Liquid Separation Processes; Design of Crystallization Process Systems


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" of it (the book) break new ground. The work and ideas quoted on secondary nucleation scale-up and the mechanisms involved in the process of crystallization are up to date and authoritative." John Mullin, Crystallization. "...the reader interested in integrated systems will not need to consult another textbook except when requiring greater depth in specific areas, in such a case he/she will go to other, more in-depth texts like mine (S-L S) or Professor Mullin's book...the approach is informative, coherent and consistent in the depth/level of's going to be good." Lladislav Svarovsky, Solid-Liquid Separation "I fully support the idea of integrating all necessary information concerning crystallization and solid-liquid separation processes into one book...a book offering such an integrated approach would definitely be welcomed." Dr. J. Hostomsky, Institute for Inorganic Chemistry, Czech Republic.