During the past two decades Membrane Science and Technology has made tremendous progress and has changed from a simple laboratory tool to large scale processes with numerous applications in Medicine and Industry. In this volume are collected papers presented at the First Europe- Japan Congress on Membrane and Membrane processes, held in Stresa in June 1984. Other contributions to the Conference will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Membrane Science. This Conference was organized by the European Society of Membrane Science and Technology and the Membrane Society of Japan, to bring together European Scientists and Engineers face to face with their colleagues from Japan; in both countries membrane processes will play a strategic role in many industrial areas in the 1990s, as predicted by the Japanese project for Next Generation Industries and by the EEC Project on Basic Techno- logical Research (BRITE). The large number of participants, of about four hundred from twenty- six countries including USA, Australia, China and Brazil, the quality of the Plenary Lectures and Scientific Communications made the Conference a significant international success.
Transport Mechanisms of Organic Ions in Rat Renal Brush Border and Basolateral Membrane Vesicles.- Reconstitution of Ionic Channels into Planar Lipid Membranes by Fusion with Proteoliposomes.- Photochemically Activated Electron Transport Across Unilamellar Liposomes Using Coenzyme Q and Vitamin K1 as Carriers.- Disorder of Coupled Transport in Renal Brush Border Membrane Vesicles from Rabbits with Experimental Fanconi Syndrome Induced by Anhydro-4-Epitetracycline as a Model of Membrane Disease.- Advance and Perspective in Medical Application of Liposomes.- Measurement and Interpretation of Friction Coefficients of Water and Ions in Membrane Polymers.- Tentative Classification of Transport-reaction Systems by SeCDAR-Analysis (Uphill, facilitated and active processes).- The Response of Membrane Systems when Exposed to Oscillating Concentration Waves.- Facilitated Transport of Ions in Asymmetric Membranes.- Ion and Solvent Transports Through Amphoteric Ion Exchange Membrane.- A Selective Parameter for Ionic Membrane Transport Selectivity and Porosity of Several Passive Membranes.- Ionic Permeability of the S18 Saft Carboxylic Membrane.- Preparation of Microporous Membranes by Phase Inversion Processes.- Chitosan Hollow Fibers: Preparation and Properties.- Research on the Preparation of a New Type of Polyarylsulfone Membrane for Ultrafiltration.- Outer Skinned Hollow-fibers-spinning and Properties.- Factors Affecting the Structure and Properties of Asymmetric Polymeric Membranes.- Separation Characteristics of Ultrafiltration Membranes.- Separation of Aminoacids by Charged Ultrafiltration Membranes.- Predicting Flux-time Behavior of Flocculating Colloids in Unstirred Ultrafiltration.- Separation Characterization of Ultrafiltration Membranes.- Influence of Surfactants on the Transport Behavior of Electrolytes Through Synthetic Membranes.- Effects of Antifoams on Cross-flow Filtration of Microbial Suspension.- Yeast Cell Entrapment in Polymeric Hydrogels: a Kinetic Study in Membrane Reactors.- Performance of Whole Cells Possessing Cellobiase Activity Immobilized into Hollow Fiber Membrane Reactors.- Recent Developments of Ultrafiltration in Dairy Industries.- Electrodialysis of Dilute Strontium Cations in Sodium Nitrate Concentrated Solutions.- Ion-selective Membranes for Redox-flow Battery.- Zero Gap Membrane Cell and Spe Cell Technologies vs. Current Density Scale Up.- Electrodialysis in the Separation of Chemicals.- Carrier Facilitated Transport and Extraction Through Ion-exchange Membranes: Illustrated with Ammonia, Acetic and Boric Acids.- A Thin Porous Polyantimonic Acid Based Membrane as a Separator in Alkaline Water Electrolysis.- Porous Membranes in Gas Separation Technology.- Separation of Hydrocarbon Mixtures by Pervaporation Through Rubbers.- An Energy-efficient Membrane Distillation Process.- Use of Hydrophobic Membranes in Thermal Separation of Liquid Mixtures: Theory and Experiments.- The Water Structure in Membrane Models Studied by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Infrared Spectroscopies.- Preparation and in vitro Degradation Properties of Polylactide Microcapsules.- Electromicroscopic Study of Ultrathin Solute Barrier Layer of Composite Membranes and their Solute Transport Phenomena by the Addition of Alkali Metal Salts.- Active Transport in Artificial Membrane Systems.- Electrophysiological Aspects of_Na+-coupled Cotransport of Organic Solutes and Cl? in Epithelial Cell Membranes.- Disinfection of Escherichia coli by Using Water Dissociation Effect on Ion-exchange Membrane.- The Characterization of Polymer Membranes as Produced by Phase Inversion.- Transport Equations and Coefficients of Reverse Osmosis and Ultrafiltration Membranes.- Transfer of Solutes Through Composite Membranes Containing Phospholipids.- New Inorganic and Inorganic-organic Ion-Exchange Membranes.- The Influence of the Surfactants on the Permeation of Hydrocarbons Through Liquid Membranes.- Separation of Isomeric Xylenes by Membranes Containing Clathrate-forming Metal Complexes.- Mathematical Modeling of Colloidal Ultrafiltration: a Method for Estimation Ultrafiltration Flux Using Experimental Data and Computer Simulations.- Permeability and Structure of PMMA Stereocomplex Hollow Fiber Membrane for Hemodialysis.- An Improved Model for Capillary Membrane Fixed Enzyme Reactors.- Ethanol Production by Coupled Enzyme Fermentation and Continuous Saccharification of Cellulose, Using Membrane Cell-recycling Systems.- Enzymatic Determination of Cholic Acids in Human Bile by Amperometric Oxygen Electrode as Detector.- Synthesis of Polyurethane Membranes for the Pervaporation of Ethanol-water Mixtures.- Separation of Benzene-methanol and Benzene-cyclohexane Mixtures by Pervaporation Process.- Industrial Separation of Azeotropic Mixtures by Pervaporation.- Economics of Industrial Pervaporation Processes.- Nonisothermal Mass Transport of Organic Aqueous Solution in Hydrophobic Porous Membrane.- Observations on the Performances of Pervaporation Under Varied Conditions.- Chemical Engineering Aspects of Membrane Processes and Adaptation of the Equipment to the Application.- Control of Gas Transfer in Polymeric Membranes.- Development of Hydrogen Separation Membranes for "C1 Chemistry" in Japan.- Application of Gas-liquid Permporometry to Characterization of Inorganic Ultrafilters.- An Experimental Study and Mathematical Simulation of Membrane Gas Separation Process.
Number Of Pages: 651
Published: 30th June 1986
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.78
Weight (kg): 1.38