Effects of a Carrier and Its Diluent on the Transport of Metals across Supported Liquid Membranes (SLM). I. Solubility Mechanism

Elhassadi A.A. and Do D.D. (1986) Effects of a Carrier and Its Diluent on the Transport of Metals across Supported Liquid Membranes (SLM). I. Solubility Mechanism. Separation Science and Technology, 21 3: 267-283. doi:10.1080/01496398608058377


Author Elhassadi A.A.
Do D.D.
Title Effects of a Carrier and Its Diluent on the Transport of Metals across Supported Liquid Membranes (SLM). I. Solubility Mechanism
Journal name Separation Science and Technology   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1520-5754
Publication date 1986-05-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1080/01496398608058377
Volume 21
Issue 3
Start page 267
End page 283
Total pages 17
Subject 1500 Chemical Engineering
1506 Tourism
1508 Process Chemistry and Technology
1600 Chemistry
Abstract A new phenomenon called the solubility mechanism was observed experimentally and explained theoretically. This phenomenon helps to explain the nonmonotonic behavior of the flux with respect to the carrier concentration through the use of a simplified model. The reason why the linear behavior of the flux-carrier relationship was observed by past theories is because they ignore a process which occurs simultaneously with the carrier-metal reaction. We believe that this process is the solubility process in which the metal distribution within the organic phase is a function of both carrier and diluent concentrations.
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