By Richard A. Bartsch and J. Douglas Way (Eds.)
content material: Chemical separations with liquid membranes : an summary --
A tribute to Norman N. Li --
conception and mechanisms --
Mechanistic experiences of carrier-mediated delivery via supported liquid membranes --
Rational layout of liquid membrane separation structures --
Facilitated delivery of alkali steel cations via supported liquid membranes with fatty acids --
Emulsions for liquid membrane extraction : homes and peculiarities --
guidance and splitting of emulsions for liquid membranes --
Mathematical modeling of carrier-facilitated shipping in emulsion liquid membranes --
layout of macrocyclic providers for liquid membranes --
New strategies in layout of ion-specific vendors : techniques in line with laptop chemistry and infrequent earth complicated chemistry --
New multidentate ligand companies for macrocycle-facilitated steel ion shipping throughout liquid membranes --
hugely selective delivery of heavy steel ions by way of novel amide compounds --
Transition steel cation separations via organophosphorus compounds in liquid membrane procedures --
Sugar separation utilizing liquid membranes and boronic acid providers --
contemporary advances in emulsion liquid membranes --
hole fiber-contained liquid membranes for separations : an outline --
Facilitated shipping of carbon dioxide via supported liquid membranes of aqueous amine suggestions --
Facilitated delivery of carbon dioxide via useful membranes ready by means of plasma supply polymerization utilizing amines as provider --
Separation of ethylene from ethane utilizing perfluorosulfonic acid ion-exchange membranes --
Facilitated shipping of unsaturated hydrocarbons in perfluorosulfonic acid (Nafion) membranes --
Heavy steel ion separation by means of useful polymeric membranes --
Use of emulsions, microemulsions, and hole fiber contractors as liquid membranes --
box trying out of a liquid-emulsion membrane process for copper restoration from mine strategies --
removing of selenium from infected waters utilizing emulsion liquid membranes --
Supported liquid membranes in steel separations --
Cesium removing from nuclear waste water through supported liquid membranes containing calix-bis-crown compounds --
Separation of radiotoxic actinides from reprocessing wastes with liquid membranes.
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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1996. ch003 CHEMICAL SEPARATIONS WITH LIQUID MEMBRANES d =100 μηι m Figure 3. Representation of the Transport Cell and a Flat Sheet Supported Liquid Membrane. Chart 1. Structures of Carriers 1-4. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1996. 3. CHRISSTOFFELS ET AL. 27 Carrier-Mediated Transport Co-transport of Monovalent Ions as Free Ions. Frequently used polar solvents in supported liquid membranes are o-nitrophenyl octyl ether (NPOE, ε =24), o-nitrodiphenyl ether (NDPE, ε=30) and 2-fluorodiphenyl ether (FNDPE, ε=50).
CHRISSTOFFELS ET AL. 27 Carrier-Mediated Transport Co-transport of Monovalent Ions as Free Ions. Frequently used polar solvents in supported liquid membranes are o-nitrophenyl octyl ether (NPOE, ε =24), o-nitrodiphenyl ether (NDPE, ε=30) and 2-fluorodiphenyl ether (FNDPE, ε=50). When the complex concentration in the membrane phase is low, the complex and anion are solvent separated and Equilibrium 14 is obtained. ch003 m + 04) [ML \[A \ Besides the mass-balance, an additional assumption concerning the electroneutrality in the membrane phase is included ([A" ] = [ML ] ).