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membrane

of solutions

Source: E. Orioli, R. Molinari, V. Calabrio, and A.B. Gasile, 1989, Membrane technology for production—integrated pollution control systems, Seminar on the Role of the Chemical Industry in Environmental Protection, CHEM/SEM. 18/R. 19, Geneva.

Source: E. Orioli, R. Molinari, V. Calabrio, and A.B. Gasile, 1989, Membrane technology for production—integrated pollution control systems, Seminar on the Role of the Chemical Industry in Environmental Protection, CHEM/SEM. 18/R. 19, Geneva.

Hollow-Sphere Model

Actual

Emulsion

Droplets

Hollow-Sphere Model

Phase I Phase II

Phase I Phase II

Actual

Emulsion

Droplets

FIG. 3.8.14 Liquid membrane drops. (Reprinted, with permission, from M. Saari, Prosessiteollisuuden Erotus Menetelmat. VTT Res. Note, 730.)

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