Novel Separation Techniques in Chemistry

Separation technique is an approach to achieve any phenomenon that converts a mixture of chemical substance into two or more distinct product mixtures. Separation techniques plays a major role in almost all industrial process and sectors like petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical, food technology, biotechnology, mining industries, wastewater management. Separation between constituents can be done by the standard and traditional methods like distillation, sedimentation, drying, absorption and adsorption process. Besides these techniques there are many more newer separation process like membrane filtration, chromatography, spectroscopy, extraction fractionation etc. are gaining our attention in this modern era by accomplishing purified component 

Separation technique is an approach to achieve any phenomenon that converts a mixture of chemical substance into two or more distinct product mixtures. Separation techniques plays a major role in almost all industrial process and sectors like petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical, food technology, biotechnology, mining industries, wastewater management. Separation between constituents can be done by the standard and traditional methods like distillation, sedimentation, drying, absorption and adsorption process.

  • Recent advances in separation techniques.
  • Electrical field induced extractions and separation techniques.
  • Cloud point extraction and micellar enhanced separation
  • Development of innovative gas separation techniques
  • X-ray scattering techniques.
  • Isoelectric Focusing
  • Advances in separations using Adsorbent materials
  • Applications of electrophoresis in chemistry.
  • Advance researches using separation techniques.
  • External field induced membrane separation processes
  • Separation techniques used for hazardous materials
  • Separation techniques for surfactants, particles, metallic ions.
  • Instrumental chemistry
  • Separation techniques inherited for chemical waste.
  • Separation process inherited for biodegradable / non-biodegradable materials

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