Causticizing Efficiency Calculation

Causticizing refers to the chemical process where the green liquid is converted into white liquid. During Causticizing reaction, green liquid in the sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) reacts with calcium hydroxide (slaked lime) Ca(OH)2 to form sodium hydroxide (NaOH). Based on the degree of causticzing, we can define the completeness of the reaction at equilibrium. Use this Causticizing Efficiency Calculator to find the Causticizing Efficiency by providing the quantity of reactors.

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Causticizing refers to the chemical process where the green liquid is converted into white liquid. During Causticizing reaction, green liquid in the sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) reacts with calcium hydroxide (slaked lime) Ca(OH)2 to form sodium hydroxide (NaOH). Based on the degree of causticzing, we can define the completeness of the reaction at equilibrium. Use this Causticizing Efficiency Calculator to find the Causticizing Efficiency by providing the quantity of reactors.

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Formula:

Causticizing Efficiency = (Quantity of NaOH / Quantity of (Na2CO3 + NaOH))×100 Where, NaOH = Sodium Hydroxide Na2CO3=Sodium Carbonate

Example:

Causticizing Efficiency Calculation
Given : NaOH Quantity = 12 and Na2CO3 = 3

Solution:

Causticizing Efficiency = (12 / 12+3) x 100
= 80 %


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