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Foams pp 263-305 | Cite as

Applications. Separation by Foam

  • J. J. Bikerman
Part of the Foams book series (APPLIED PHYS, volume 10)

Abstract

Foams are used for many and very different purposes. It seems nevertheless that a classification of their main uses is possible. Generally speaking, application of foams is based on
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    difference in composition between the bulk liquid and the collapsed foam

     
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    immobilization of gas and liquid (sometimes of solids also) in foams

     
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    their low density

     
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    their large surface

     
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    their mechanical properties

     
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    their thermal properties

     

Keywords

Ammonium Bromide Sodium Oleate Residual Liquid Accumulation Ratio Foam Fractionation 
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