Counter Current "Emulsion Flow" Extractor for Continuous Liquid-Liquid Extraction from Suspended Solutions

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A single current “emulsion flow” liquid–liquid extraction apparatus has a head with a number of holes from which micrometer-sized droplets of an aqueous phase spout into an organic phase to mix the two liquid phases. For practical use, however, a fatal problem can occur when particulate components in the aqueous phase plug the holes. In the present study, we have succeeded in solving the problem by applying a counter current-type emulsion flow extractor where micrometer-sized droplets of the organic phase are generated.


  • Analytical Sciences

    Analytical Sciences 27 (3), 325-, 2011

    The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry

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