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With supersaturations which were too low, no nuclei were observed, and the supersaturation limit decreased with increasing jet velocity. Although the above observations were similar for the two systems, some behavior details were different for magnesium sulfate from that for potassium alum. For magnesium sulfate, the onset of nucleation showed what appeared to be "critical" behavior similar to that usually associated with homogeneous nucleation. That is, for a given supersaturation at the seed, there was a critical supersaturation in the observation chamber below which no nuclei were observed and above which numbers too large to count appeared.
G. and Κ. H. Nelson (1956). Concentration of brines and deposition of salts from sea water under frigid conditions. Am. J. , 254, 229-238. Topping, M. S. and G. G. E. Scudder (1977). Some physical and chemical features of saline lakes in British Columbia. Syesis, 10, 145-166. Valentine, K. W. G. and A. Schori (1980). Soils of the Lac La Hache - Clinton area, British Columbia. Rep. C. , 25. 2 Multivariate Control Strategies for Design of Continuous Crystallization Processes M . A . F . A. ABSTRACT Presented is a multivariable control approach to determine the operating conditions for a crystallization process design and to guide a selection of the variables for process monitoring and control.
THE SALINE, ALKALINE LAKES There are more than 750 lakes within the study area, ranging from dilute bodies with salinities of <1 g/1 TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) to hypersaline playa lakes containing >250 g/1 TDS. They range in size from shallow ponds <30 m across to perennial lakes >2 km in length. The majority of the lakes that have >10 g/1 TDS are small (<35 ha) and typically <4 m deep. Most lakes occupy shallow closed depressions within the glacial drift and lack surface outlets. Many are elongate and are aligned along the axes of former glacial meltwater channels (cf.