The hydrodynamics of a Graesser ("raining bucket") contactor with a reverse micellar phase.

@article{Jarudilokkul2000TheHO,
  title={The hydrodynamics of a Graesser ("raining bucket") contactor with a reverse micellar phase.},
  author={S Jarudilokkul and Evy Paulsen and David C Stuckey},
  journal={Biotechnology progress},
  year={2000},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={1071-8}
}
A variety of contactor types have been assessed for the liquid-liquid extraction of proteins using reversed micelles; however, many of these contactors suffer from drawbacks such as emulsion formation and poor mass transfer performance. In this study, a small (1.25 L) Graesser "raining bucket" contactor was assessed for use with this system since it has the potential to ameliorate many of these problems. The aim of the work was to evaluate the hydrodynamics of the contactor in order to use this… CONTINUE READING

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