Pervaporation of Alcohols by Using Tubular Type Cellulose Acetate and Polysulphone Membrane with Ceramic Support
Liquid mixture can be separated by partial vaporization through a non-porous permselective membrane. This technique which was originally called ‘liquid permeation’, has subsequently been termed ‘pervaporation’ in order to emphasize the fact that the permeate undergoes a phase change, from liquid to vapor, during its transport through the barrier.
KeywordsActive Layer Intermediate Layer Feed Flow Rate Partial Vaporization Porous Support
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