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Modeling strategies for enantiomers separation by SMB chromatography
Modeling strategies for simulated moving bed adsorbers were studied to compare the simulated moving bed model (SMB) that considers the real shift of the injection and collection points to the trueExpand
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Continuous biosorption of Pb/Cu and Pb/Cd in fixed-bed column using algae Gelidium and granulated agar extraction algal waste.
Continuous metal ions biosorption from Pb/Cu and Pb/Cd solutions onto seaweed Gelidium sesquipedale and a composite material prepared from an industrial algal waste was performed in a packed bedExpand
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Adsorption of Off‐Gases from Steam Methane Reforming (H2, CO2, CH4, CO and N2) on Activated Carbon
Abstract Hydrogen is the energy carrier of the future and could be employed in stationary sources for energy production. Commercial sources of hydrogen are actually operating employing the steamExpand
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Optimisation of reactive textile dyes degradation by laccase–mediator system
BACKGROUND: In the textile industry, large quantities of intensely coloured and toxic effluents are released, causing serious environmental pollution. Several biotechnological approaches have beenExpand
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Gold recovery with ion exchange used resins
In this paper one strong acidic, one strong basic and one weak basic ion-exchange resins, considered as exhausted in an industrial demineralizing plant, are screened for gold recovery from cyanideExpand
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Modeling the discoloration of a mixture of reactive textile dyes by commercial laccase.
Degradation of a mixture of three reactive textile dyes (Reactive Black 5, Reactive Yellow 15 and Reactive Red 239), simulating a real textile effluent, by commercial laccase, was investigated in aExpand
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Importance of intraparticle convection in the performance of chromatographic processes
Abstract Large-pore materials are used in separation engineering as high-performance liquid chromatographic packings and adsorbents; however, they find also many applications in reaction engineeringExpand
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Separation of 1,1'-bi-2-naphthol enantiomers by continuous chromatography in simulated moving bed
Abstract The chromatographic separation of 1,1′-bi-2-naphthol enantiomers with 3,5-dinitrobenzoyl phenylglycine bonded to silica gel stationary phases is studied. Continuous chromatography inExpand
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Immobilization of commercial laccase onto green coconut fiber by adsorption and its application for reactive textile dyes degradation
Abstract An effort has been made to find a cheaper, easily available and simple alternative for the immobilization of enzymes and subsequent utilization at large scale in textile wastewaterExpand
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Bioseparations with permeable particles.
Permeable large-pore particles have many applications, in particular in perfusion chromatography for bioseparations. The objective of this paper is to elucidate the mass transport mechanisms in twoExpand
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