Indian Journal of Chemical Technology, Vol.1, No.3, 131-134, 1994
HEAVY-METAL REMOVAL USING LIQUID MEMBRANE
Experiments have been conducted to obtain the optimum conditions of hydrogen ion concentration of feed and strip phases and concentration of the carrier ALAMINE 336, in the extraction of Cr(VI) and Hg(II) using two different types of liquid membranes-bulk liquid membrane and emulsion liquid membrane. Experiments have also been carried out to find the effect of metal loading and the effect of extraction time on metal flux.
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