Competitive adsorption of surfactant–protein mixtures in a continuous stripping mode foam fractionation column

@inproceedings{Kamalanathan2016CompetitiveAO,
  title={Competitive adsorption of surfactant–protein mixtures in a continuous stripping mode foam fractionation column},
  author={Ishara Dedunu Kamalanathan and Peter Martin},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract In this paper a detailed experimental study on the application of continuous stripping mode foam fractionation to separate a model surfactant–protein mixture was performed with emphasis on the competitive adsorption behaviour and transport processes of surfactant–protein mixtures in the rising foam column. Bubble size measurements of the foamate showed that at steady state conditions the bubbles rising from the liquid pool were stabilised by BSA. However at the top of the column the… CONTINUE READING

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