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Encyclopedia > Separation process

In chemistry and chemical engineering, a separation process is a process that transforms a mixture of substances into two or more compositionally-distinct products.


Various types of separation processes


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Class Definition for Class 95 - GAS SEPARATION: PROCESSES (6151 words)
Process in which the flow of the fluid mixture to a sorber is stopped or the flow of the fluid mixture is switched to another sorber based upon the detected concentration or change therein; or process in which a sorbent is regenerated based upon the detected concentration or change therein.
Process in which the plurality of gases is separated by the effect of centrifugal action which causes the gases to assume a rapid arcuate or circular movement, with this movement causing the constituents of the mixture to separate into more or less distinct layers, depending upon the density of the constituents.
Process in which a plurality of gases containing a gas to be separated contacts a liquid barrier that is supported or immobilized in or on a porous medium, with the plurality of gases being separated because of the differential permeability of the liquid with respect to the gases.
Separation process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (482 words)
In chemistry and chemical engineering, a separation process is the transform a mixture of substances into two or more compositionally-distinct products.
Separation applications in the field of chemical engineering are very important.
Separation processes can essentially be termed as mass transfer processes.
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