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Supported-liquid membrane extraction

Jönsson, Jan Åke LU and Barri, Thaer LU (2007) In Encyclopedia of Separation Science, web edition p.1-8
Abstract
Supported-liquid membrane (SLM) extraction is a miniaturized version of liquid–liquid extraction (LLE), involving a hydrophobic membrane containing an organic solvent in the pores. Compared to LLE, it uses microliter-volumes of organic solvents, and provides high enrichment, outstanding clean-up and no emulsion formation. Here, basic principles and technical aspects as well as new developments in the field are discussed
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Encyclopedia of Separation Science, web edition
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Poole, Colin; Wilson, Ian and Cooke, Michael
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Elsevier
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10.1016/B978-012226770-3/10679-X
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English
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  editor       = {Poole, Colin and Wilson, Ian and Cooke, Michael},
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  title        = {Supported-liquid membrane extraction},
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  year         = {2007},
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