Liquid-liquid extraction - 2013

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Class date(s): 05 to 14 November
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Please use these references to read ahead, or for extra background reading on liquid-liquid extraction. In alphabetical order:

  • Ghosh, R. "Principles of Bioseparations Engineering", Chapter 7, McMaster (reserve)
  • Geankoplis, C.J. "Transport Processes and Separation Process Principles", Chapter 12 in 3rd and 4th edition, McMaster Libraries (reserve)
  • Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, Chapter 15, Direct link (McMaster subscription)
  • Richardson and Harker, "Chemical Engineering, Volume 2", 5th edition, Chapter 13 ebook
  • Schweitzer, "Handbook of Separation Techniques for Chemical Engineers", Chapter 1.9, McMaster library
  • Seader, Henley and Roper, "Separation Process Principles", Chapter 8 in 2nd and 3rd edition McMaster Libraries (reserve)

Interesting applications / Enrichment materials

They are old readings, but still relevant. For example, the same principles are used in modern bioseparations.

Class notes

05 November 2013 (10A)

07 November 2013 (10B)

08 November 2013 (10C)

12 November 2013 (11A)

14 November 2013 (11B)

  • No new notes. See notes from 12 November. We will complete this section and start the next section on adsorption.
  • Audio and video recording of the class.