# Continuation of Sample Problem 4 and Summary

This page concludes the solution to the Na₂SO₄·10H₂O crystallization problem, focusing on the final calculations for the heat balance. It demonstrates the application of the energy balance equation to determine the total heat removed during the crystallization process.

The solution shows how to account for various heat contributions, including the sensible heat of the solution, the latent heat of crystallization, and the heat absorbed by the steel vessel. This comprehensive approach is essential for accurately modeling industrial crystallization processes.

**Example**: The final heat balance equation includes terms for the heat removed from the solution, the heat of crystallization released, and the heat absorbed by the steel vessel.

**Highlight**: The detailed heat balance calculation emphasizes the importance of considering all energy transfers in crystallization processes, which is crucial for process design and optimization.

The page concludes the series of sample problems, which collectively provide a thorough exploration of **crystallization process steps** and calculations. These problems cover a range of scenarios, from simple yield calculations to complex heat and mass balances, offering valuable insights into the practical applications of crystallization in chemical engineering and industrial processes.

**Definition**: Crystallization - A separation and purification technique that produces solid crystals from a solution by manipulating solubility conditions, typically through cooling or evaporation.

These sample problems serve as excellent resources for students and professionals learning about **solubility and crystallization calculation examples**, providing step-by-step solutions that can be applied to a wide range of crystallization scenarios in both academic and industrial settings.