Focuses on novel techniques and reviews established methods for surfactant-based separation processes that can be widely applied in industry. Describes new extraction techniques, micellar-enhanced ultrafiltration and admicellar chromatography, protein extraction using reverse micelles, surfactant-en
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Preface -- Contributors -- Part I: Separations Using Membranes -- 1 Ose of Micellar-Enhanced Ultrafiltration to Remove Dissolved Organics from Aqueous Streams /Sherril D. Christian and John F. Scamehorn -- 2 Use of Micellar-Enhanced UJtrafiltration to Remove Multivalent Metal Ions from Aqueous Streams /John F. Scamehorn, Sherril D. Christian, and Rex T. Ellington -- Part 11: Separations Based on Extraction -- 3 Reversed Micellar Extraction of Proteins /T. Alan Hatton -- 4 Novel Separations Using Aphrons /Felix Sebba -- 5 Microemulsion-Based Separations /Stig E. Friberg and Parthasakha Neogi -- 6 Liquid-Coacervate Extraction /Nancy D. Gullickson, John F. Scamehorn, and Jeffrey H. Harwell -- Part 111: Separations Based on Adsorption -- 7 Adsorbed Surfactant Bilayers as TwoDimensional Solvents: Admicellar-Enhanced Chromatography /Jeffrey H. Harwell and Edgar A. O'Rear -- 8 Adsorbed Surfactant Bilayers as Two-Dimensional Solvents: Surface Modification by Thin-Film Formation /Jengyue Wu, Chonlin Lee, Edgar A. O'Rear, and Jeffrey H. Harwell -- 9 Surfactant-Enhanced Carbon Regeneration /D. Lowry Blakeburn and John F. Scamehorn -- Part IV: Separations Based on Foams -- 10 Adsorptive Bubble Separation Processes /Thomas E. Carleson -- 11 Mineral Separation by Froth Flotation /Douglas W. Fuerstenau and Ronalda Herrera-Urbina -- Part V: Separations Based on Precipitation -- 12 Recovery of Surfactant from Surfactant- Based Separations Using a Precipitation Process 323 /Lori L. Brant, Kevin L. Stellner, and John F. Scamehorn -- Index.
JOHN F. SCAMEHORN is Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Associate Director of the Institute for Applied Surfactant Research at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. He also serves as Vice President of Surfactant Associates, Inc., a company specializing in surfactant applications in Norman, Oklahoma. Dr. Scam horn is the editor of the book Phenomena in Mixed Surfactant Systems, associate editor of the Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. and an editorial board member of the journal Colloids and Surfaces. Among the professional societies he belongs to are the American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Oil Chemists' Society. Society of Petroleum Engineers, and American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers Society. Dr. Scam horn received the B.S.Ch.E. (1973) and M.S. (1974) degrees in chemical engineering from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, and Ph.D. (1980) degree, also in chemical engineering, from the University of Texas at Austin. JEFFREY H. HARWELL. is Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Oklahoma in Norman as well as President of Surfactant Associates, Inc. in Norman, Oklahoma. The author or coauthor of some 27 journal articles, book chapters, and proceedings papers on surfactants, Dr. Harwell serves as Program Manager for the Separations Program of the Engineering Directorate of the National Science Foundation (1988-89). He is a member of the American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and Society of Petroleum Engineers. Dr. Harwell received the B.A. (1974) degree in chemistry and M.S. (1979) degree in chemical engineering from Texas A&M University in College Station, and Ph.D. (1983) degree in chemical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.