Archive for November, 2007
As evidence of reverse osmosis system?
I purchased a small device side sink reverse osmosis used. It seems to work, producing a trickle compared to the heavier the waste stream. But how do I know that the membrane is intact? How do I know the process is working? Can anyone suggest a simple test?
1.) I think it should regulate the use of osmosis to test the membrane. If this works, then it is assumed The membrane is well. 2.) Make the process of reverse osmosis and water proof. I would use a boiling test. If the boiling point is more high, then you have water and solute in the process did not work. Some equations to predict whether you have what you want: pi = IMRT (van't Hoff equation) Delta (temp) = iKbm (boiling equation. m = molality, water Kb = constant, i = ion) good luck.
Part 1 Theory of Reverse Osmosis units and how to optimize p
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