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Chromatographic Reactive Separations

  • Akash V. Shetty
  • Yogesh S. MahajanEmail author
Chapter

Abstract

Ion-exchange resins (IERs) possess the capability of catalyzing several classes of reactions, apart from their ability to make separations. In fact, it is possible to synthesize tailor-made IERs for the reactive processes at hand. Use of IERs can fetch a number of advantages compared to those of homogeneous catalysts and other solid catalysts. Reactive separation (RS) is a relatively new process technology that has the potential to offer several advantages over the conventional approach of reaction followed by separation. Various separation steps can be coupled with the reaction, including: distillation, extraction, chromatography, crystallization and separation by membranes. This chapter reviews the salient features and industrial applications of reactive separations using IERs.

Abbreviations

A-15

Amberlyst 15

AEM

Anion-exchange membrane

CD

Catalytic distillation

CEM

Cation-exchange membrane

CSTR

Continuous stirred tank reactor

FBCR

Fixed bed chromatographic reactor

GCE

Green chemistry and engineering

IER

Ion-exchange resin

LAB sulphonate

Linear alkyl-benzene sulfonate

LPG

Liquefied petroleum gas

PI

Process intensification

RA

Reactive absorption

RC

Reactive chromatography

RCond

Reactive condensation

RCr

Reactive crystallization

RD

Reactive distillation

RM

Reactive membrane

RPr

Reactive precipitation

RS

Reactive separation

RStr

Reactive stripping

SCMCR

Simulated counter current moving bed chromatographic reactor

SMBR

Simulated moving-bed reactor

UO

Unit operations

UP

Unit processes

VLE

Vapor–liquid equilibrium

VLLE

Vapor–liquid–liquid equilibrium

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  1. 1.Chemical Engineering DepartmentDr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological UniversityLonere, Mangaon, RaigadIndia

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