Principles of evaporation Evaporation is a unitary operation in which a solution is concentrated by boiling the solvent liquid. In evaporation, crystallization can also occur where the concentration of the solution reaches the point where precipitation of the solute begins. An evaporator consists of a heat exchanger capable of heating the solution to the boiling
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