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Surfactant-Based Separations : ACS Symposium Series - John F. Scamehorn

Surfactant-Based Separations

ACS Symposium Series

Hardcover Published: 23rd December 1999
ISBN: 9780841236189
Number Of Pages: 464

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Because they are biodegradable and work well in low energy separations, surfactants are an active area of interest in separations science. This book covers surfactant-based separations for the chemical and biochemical process industries and analytical chemistry. It includes discussion of widely used processes and novel techniques, such as, surfactant-enhanced ultrafiltration, ground water and soil remediation, surfactant absorption and flotation processes, extraction processes, recycling of paper and plastics using surfactant, and analytical separations using surfactants.

"From an April 1998 symposium in Dallas, Texas, 23 papers examine an approach to separation that is promising because the techniques can use a biodegradable and nontoxic agent, often have low energy requirements, and are often capable of treating easily degraded materials such as biochemicals. They cover surfactant-enhanced soil remediation, membrane-based separations, separations based on adsorption and flotation, and extraction and deinking processes. Specific topics include separating volatile organic compounds from surfactant solutions by pervaporation, black copolymer micelles for water remediation, removing particulates from oxygen systems using surfactant-enhanced fluorinated solvents, and deinking papers printed with water-based inks."--SciTech Book News"This volume is based on a symposium sponsored by the Separation Science and Technology Subdivision of the ACS Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry held in April 1998. An introductory review chapter is followed by chapters classified in four categories: surfactant-enhanced soil remediation, membrane-based separations, absorption and flotation separations, and extraction and deinking processes. The field of surfactant technologies is growing explosively because surfactants can be used in an environmentally friendly "green" fashion and can also deal safely with easily degraded biochemicals." -- Mark S. Lesney, Today's Chemist at Work, May 2000 "From an April 1998 symposium in Dallas, Texas, 23 papers examine an approach to separation that is promising because the techniques can use a biodegradable and nontoxic agent, often have low energy requirements, and are often capable of treating easily degraded materials such as biochemicals. They cover surfactant-enhanced soil remediation, membrane-based separations, separations based on adsorption and flotation, and extraction and deinking processes. Specific topics include separating volatile organic compounds from surfactant solutions by pervaporation, black copolymer micelles for water remediation, removing particulates from oxygen systems using surfactant-enhanced fluorinated solvents, and deinking papers printed with water-based inks."--SciTech Book News"This volume is based on a symposium sponsored by the Separation Science and Technology Subdivision of the ACS Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry held in April 1998. An introductory review chapter is followed by chapters classified in four categories: surfactant-enhanced soil remediation, membrane-based separations, absorption and flotation separations, and extraction and deinking processes. The field of surfactant technologies is growing explosively because surfactants can be used in an environmentally friendly "green" fashion and can also deal safely with easily degraded biochemicals." -- Mark S. Lesney, Today's Chemist at Work, May 2000 "From an April 1998 symposium in Dallas, Texas, 23 papers examine an approach to separation that is promising because the techniques can use a biodegradable and nontoxic agent, often have low energy requirements, and are often capable of treating easily degraded materials such as biochemicals. They cover surfactant-enhanced soil remediation, membrane-based separations, separations based on adsorption and flotation, and extraction and deinking processes. Specific topics include separating volatile organic compounds from surfactant solutions by pervaporation, black copolymer micelles for water remediation, removing particulates from oxygen systems using surfactant-enhanced fluorinated solvents, and deinking papers printed with water-based inks."--SciTech Book News "This volume is based on a symposium sponsored by the Separation Science and Technology Subdivision of the ACS Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry held in April 1998. An introductory review chapter is followed by chapters classified in four categories: surfactant-enhanced soil remediation, membrane-based separations, absorption and flotation separations, and extraction and deinking processes. The field of surfactant technologies is growing explosively because surfactants can be used in an environmentally friendly "green" fashion and can also deal safely with easily degraded biochemicals." -- Mark S. Lesney, Today's Chemist at Work, May 2000 "From an April 1998 symposium in Dallas, Texas, 23 papers examine an approach to separation that is promising because the techniques can use a biodegradable and nontoxic agent, often have low energy requirements, and are often capable of treating easily degraded materials such as biochemicals. They cover surfactant-enhanced soil remediation, membrane-based separations, separations based on adsorption and flotation, and extraction and deinking processes. Specific topics include separating volatile organic compounds from surfactant solutions by pervaporation, black copolymer micelles for water remediation, removing particulates from oxygen systems using surfactant-enhanced fluorinated solvents, and deinking papers printed with water-based inks."--SciTech Book News "This volume is based on a symposium sponsored by the Separation Science and Technology Subdivision of the ACS Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry held in April 1998. An introductory review chapter is followed by chapters classified in four categories: surfactant-enhanced soil remediation, membrane-based separations, absorption and flotation separations, and extraction and deinking processes. The field of surfactant technologies is growing explosively because surfactants can be used in an environmentally friendly "green" fashion and can also deal safely with easily degraded biochemicals." -- Mark S. Lesney, Today's Chemist at Work, May 2000 "From an April 1998 symposium in Dallas, Texas, 23 papers examine an approach to separation that is promising because the techniques can use a biodegradable and nontoxic agent, often have low energy requirements, and are often capable of treating easily degraded materials such as biochemicals. Theycover surfactant-enhanced soil remediation, membrane-based separations, separations based on adsorption and flotation, and extraction and deinking processes. Specific topics include separating volatile organic compounds from surfactant solutions by pervaporation, black copolymer micelles for waterremediation, removing particulates from oxygen systems using surfactant-enhanced fluorinated solvents, and deinking papers printed with water-based inks."--SciTech Book News"This volume is based on a symposium sponsored by the Separation Science and Technology Subdivision of the ACS Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry held in April 1998. An introductory review chapter is followed by chapters classified in four categories: surfactant-enhanced soilremediation, membrane-based separations, absorption and flotation separations, and extraction and deinking processes. The field of surfactant technologies is growing explosively because surfactants can be used in an environmentally friendly "green" fashion and can also deal safely with easilydegraded biochemicals." -- Mark S. Lesney, Today's Chemist at Work, May 2000

Prefacep. xiii
Current Trends and Future Developments in Surfactant-Based Separationsp. 1
Surfactant-Enhanced Soil Remediation
Phase Behavior of Perchloroethylene with Mixtures of Sulfosuccinate Surfactantsp. 16
Integrated Demonstration of Surfactant-Enhanced Aquifer Remediation with Surfactant Regeneration and Reusep. 23
Soil Remediation with Microemulsions: Basic Propertiesp. 35
Separation of Volatile Organic Compounds from Surfactant Solutions by Pervaporationp. 57
The Use of Liquid-Liquid Extraction in Hollow Fiber Membrane for the Removal of Organic Contaminants from Aqueous Surfactant Streamsp. 76
Membrane-Based Separations
Block Copolymer Micelles for Water Remediationp. 92
Wastewater Remediation: Utilization of Environmentally Responsive Polymeric Surfactants for the Sequestration of p-Cresolp. 113
Resolution of Enantiomers Using Enantioselective Micelles in Ultrafiltration Systemsp. 123
Surfactant-Based Colloidal Particles as the Extracting Phase for the Removal of Metal Ions from Aqueous Environments: Kinetic and Applied Aspectsp. 139
Micellar-Enhanced Ultrafiltration in a Spiral Wound Ultrafiltration Module and Comparison with Stirred Cell Performancep. 158
Crossflow Microfiltration Characteristics of Surfactants: The Effects of Membrane Physical Chemistry and Surfactant Phase Behavior on Gel Polarization and Rejectionp. 175
Organic Compounds Removal by Vesicle-Enhanced Ultrafiltrationp. 201
Adsorption- and Flotation-Based Separations
Nonionic Surfactants as Collectors for the Flotation of Oxidized and/or Low-Rank Coalp. 230
Flotation of PAH-Contaminated Dredged Sludgep. 248
Studies of Adsorption and Aggregation of Cationic Surfactants on Silica Surfaces Using EPRp. 260
Speciation of Metal-Containing Compounds Found in the Environment by Micellar Liquid Chromatography Interfaced to Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometryp. 276
Selectivity in Micellar Liquid Chromatography: Surfactant-Bonded Phase Associations in Micellar Reversed Phase Liquid Chromatographyp. 290
Determination of Distribution Ratios of Aromatic Compounds between Aqueous Solution and Surfactant-Covered Silica by a Chromatographic Methodp. 314
Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization-Mass Spectrometry and Capillary Electrophoresis for the Analysis of Chemical Warfare Agent Degradation Productsp. 329
Particulate Removal from Oxygen Systems Using Surfactant-Enhanced Fluorinated Solventsp. 351
Extraction and Deinking Processes
Reversed Micelles as Novel Protein Refolding Mediap. 374
Deinking of Papers Printed with Water-Based Inks: An Overviewp. 384
Indexes
Author Indexp. 422
Subject Indexp. 423
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ISBN: 9780841236189
ISBN-10: 0841236186
Series: ACS Symposium Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 464
Published: 23rd December 1999
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.7  x 2.6
Weight (kg): 0.77