sludging


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sludging

 [sluj´ing]
settling out of solid particles from solution.
sludging of blood intravascular agglutination of erythrocytes into irregular masses, interfering with circulation of blood.
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[P.sub.[alpha]] = 9.076C- 128.14 15 [less than or equal to] C [less than or equal to] 28 (4) Figure 1: Effect of HCl acid strength on sludging (Houchin et al., 1990).
[R.sub.1] = (%HCL by volume / %HF by volume) (6) Figure 2: Effect of HCl:HF acid strength on sludging (Houchin et al., 1990).
The term [P.sub.[beta] reflects the effects of both Ferrous and Ferric ions on sludging. If pure HCl acid is used, the term [P.sub.[beta]] is given as a function of Ferrous (FeII) and Ferric (FeIII) ion concentration ([I.sub.2] and [I.sub.3] , respectively) in ppm as follows: