Relation temperature and %NH3 in water

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    Mark Brouwer
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      Dear Friends,

      Please find enclosed a calculation of the condensed amount of carbamate gas in the LP absorber.

      Rev.1 shows the right unit for the calculated Duty

      Best regards

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        vapor liquid equilibrium curves for Ammonia-Water system are available in literature for different temperatures. You can consult those or if you are interested in simple solution, then use hysys or some other simulation software to predict Ammonia absorption in water at different temperatures and pressures.

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          Please help me one question.
          If 25 deg temperature of water increase how much Ammonia % absorb in water.
          Any other simple rule who can define to calculate Ammonia % finding by temperature.
          Like H2 removal reactor 1% mean 50 0C temperature rise.
          Any body can help me this topic?

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