Aqueous biphasic separations

biomolecules to metal ions
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Plenum Press , New York
Phase partition -- Congresses, Metal ions -- Separation -- Congresses, Biomolecules -- Separation -- Congr
Statementedited by Robin D. Rogers and Mark A. Eiteman.
ContributionsRogers, Robin D., Eiteman, Mark A., American Chemical Society. Meeting
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQD561 .A68 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 191 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL791187M
ISBN 100306450194
LC Control Number95023687

Metal Ion Separations in Polyethylene Glycol-Based Aqueous Biphasic Systems Robin D. Rogers, Andrew H. Bond, Cary B. Bauer, Jianhua Zhang, Mary L. Jezl, Debra M. Roden et al.

Pages Aqueous Biphasic Separations Biomolecules to Metal Ions. Editors: Rogers, Robin D., Eiteman, M.A. (Eds.) Free Preview. Aqueous Biphasic Separations: Biomolecules to Metal Ions by American Chemical Society Meeting, Robin D.

Rogers and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Jul 15,  · Novel aqueous biphasic system based on ethyl lactate for sustainable separations: Phase splitting mechanism.

Higher TLL values correspond to bigger difference between compositions of the top and bottom phases - higher degree of separations.

As expected, increase of the overall salt concentration enlarged the tie-line length for three Cited by: 2. It is sure that this pioneering book will help growing interest of the separation scientists in aqueous biphasic systems and broaden the scope of the field."--Indian Chemical Society, "@en; schema:description " Metal Ion Separations in.

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Abstract. Aqueous biphasic extraction (ABE) processes offer the potential for low-cost, highly selective separations. This countercurrent extraction technique involves selective partitioning of either dissolved solutes or ultrafine particulates between two immiscible aqueous phases.

Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book. Search in this book Nonaqueous biphasic systems provide complementary properties to aqueous biphasic systems for the extraction of neutral organic compounds of low-water solubility and for compounds unstable in water.

Metal ion separations have since come to constitute an. Aqueous biphasic systems (ABS) or aqueous two-phase systems (ATPS) are clean alternatives for traditional organic-water solvent extraction systems. ABS are formed when either two polymers, one polymer and one kosmotropic salt, or two salts (one chaotropic salt and the other a kosmotropic salt) are mixed at appropriate concentrations or at a particular temperature.

AQUEOUS BIPHASIC SYSTEMS (ABSS) FOR BIOSEPARATIONS | Aqueous Two-Phase Systems (ATPS) provide a powerful method for separating (bio)molecules. Robin D. Rogers is the author of Aqueous Biphasic Separations ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Green Industrial Applications of Io.

Aqueous biphasic systems occur when certain solutes cause an aqueous solution to separate into two aqueous phases. Beijerinck first noted, inthe 'incompatibility' of certain polymers in aqueous solution.

An extreme in aqueous biphasic separations, using just H 2 O, can be shown using mixtures of low-density ultraviscous liquid. Aqueous biphasic systems (ABSs), in which two aqueous phases with different compositions coexist as separate liquids, were first reported more than a century ago with polymer solutions.

Recent observations of ABS forming from concentrated mixtures of inorganic salts and ionic liquids raise the fundamental question of how “different” the components of such mixtures should be for a liquid Cited by: 2.

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Aqueous Biphasic Separations. Aqueous Biphasic Separations R.D. Rogers, A.H. Bond, and C.B. Bauer, Metal ion separations in polyethylene glycol-based aqueous biphasic systems, Sep.

Sci. Technol A.H. Bond, and C.B. Bauer, Polyethylene glycol-based aqueous biphasic systems for liquid/liquid extraction of environmentally toxic heavy Cited by: aqueous phase separations are available.

Phases form when limiting concentrations of the polymers are exceeded. Both phases contain mainly water (typically % w/w water) and are enriched in one of the polymers.

based aqueous biphasic systems, with the salting-outability of the anions and cations following their Hofmeister Series [].

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Ionic-Liquid-Based Aqueous Biphasic Systems: Fundamentals and Applications (Green Chemistry and Sustainable Technology) [Mara G. Freire] on lindsayvanbramer.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book offers comprehensive information on the fundamentals and applications of ionic-liquid-based aqueous biphasic systems.

Among the numerous and interesting features of ionic liquids is their ability to form aqueous biphasic systems (ABSs) when combined with inorganic or organic salts in aqueous media. In this work, a wide range of salts was studied, aiming at gathering a detailed picture on the molecular mechanisms that govern the ability of the salt ions to induce the formation of ionic-liquid-based lindsayvanbramer.com by: Sep 15,  · Aiming at the development of self-buffering and benign extraction/separation processes, this work reports a novel class of aqueous biphasic systems (ABS) composed of ionic liquids (ILs) and organic biological buffers (Good’s buffers, GBs).

A large Cited by: During the past decade, ionic-liquid-based Aqueous Biphasic Systems (ABS) have been the focus of a significant amount of research. Based on a compilation and analysis of the data hitherto reported, this critical review provides a judicious assessment of the available literature on the subject.

We evaluate the quality of the data and establish the main drawbacks found in the literature. In order to apply a polymer-based aqueous biphasic system (ABS) extraction to the paper pulping process, the partitioning behavior of six model lignin species (Indulin AC, Indulin C, Reax 85 A.

Bridges NJ, Huddleston JG, Spear SK, Rogers RD. Utilization of salt/salt aqueous biphasic systems formed by solutions of ionic liquids and kosmotropic salts for the extraction of fission products. Presented at the 14th Symposium on Separations Science and Technology for Energy Applications, Gatlinburg, TN, OctoberR ().

APPLIED CHEMISTRY Some Novel Liquid Partitioning Systems: Water-Ionic Liquids and Aqueous Biphasic Systems Michael H. Abraham* and Andreas M. Zissimos Department of Chemistry, University College London, 20 Gordon Street, London WC1H OAJ, lindsayvanbramer.com by: A water-stable ionic liquid, 1-butylmethylimidazolium trifluoromethanesulfonate, [C4mim][CF3SO3], is herein proposed to be used in the formation of aqueous biphasic systems (ABS) with a large range of mono- and disaccharides, as well as polyols.

Binodal curves, tie-lines, and densities and viscosities of Green Solvents for Synthesis. Oct 21,  · Buy Aqueous Biphasic Separations by Robin D.

Rogers, Mark A. Eiteman from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Book Edition: Softcover Reprint of The Original 1st Ed. Equilibria in biphasic aqueous-organic systems. Much of the theory outlining the effect of biphasic systems on the apparent equilibria was outlined by Karel Martinek and his co-workers at Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Metal ion separation and preconcentration constitute the pivotal step in numerous analytical, purification, and waste treatment processes. Increasing environmental regulations and growing economic incentives imply that separation science will be essential to the future of industrial processing.

Applicability of protic-ionic-liquid-based aqueous biphasic systems. The applicability of the investigated thermoreversible IL-based ABS was further evaluated for separation processes, using two added-value proteins, namely cytochrome c and lindsayvanbramer.com by: Aqueous Two-Phase Systems: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Biotechnology) this phenomenon is useful in biotechn- ogy for product separations.

Separation of biological molecules and particles in these aqueous two-phase systems (ATPS) was initiated over 40 years ago by P.-Å. Albertsson, and later proved to be of immense utility in Author: Rajni Hatti-Kaul.

Gutowski KE, Broker GA, Willauer HD, Huddleston JG, Swatloski RP, Holbrey JD, Rogers RD. Controlling the aqueous miscibility of ionic liquids: aqueous biphasic systems of water-miscible ionic liquids and water-structuring salts for recycle, metathesis, and separations.

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Journal of the American Chemical Society ;(22). Ionic-Liquid-Based Aqueous Biphasic Systems: Fundamentals and Applications / This book offers comprehensive information on the fundamentals and applications of ionic-liquid-based aqueous biphasic systems, which have predominantly (and successfully) been employed as alternative platforms for the extraction, separation and purification of diverse high-value products.MCAT book October 21, MHID: ISBN: CHAPTER 8: Separation and Purification Methods they have high solubilities in both aqueous and organic phases, and can set up single.Aqueous two-phase systems (ATPSs) or aqueous biphasic systems are useful for biological separation/preparation and cell micropatterning.

Specifically, aqueous two-phase systems (ATPSs) are not harmful to cells or biomaterials; therefore, they have been used to partition and isolate these materials from others. In this study, we suggest chemically modifying the surface of target materials Author: Chang Kyu Byun, Minkyung Kim, Daehee Kim.