Recent trends in separation techniques

High-throughput separations (fast analysis) are in great demand in many fields, such as clinical, forensics, toxicology, environmental and pharmaceutical analyses.3 on the other hand, highly efficient separations are necessary for many applications, including metabolomics, proteomics and genomics. Very complex samples, such as biological materials, tryptic digests or natural plant extracts require highly efficient and fast analytical procedures to yield high resolution within an acceptable analysis time. The growing demand to enhance efficiency and reduce analysis speed directed many researchers to develop innovations in the traditional separation system.

 

  • Nano scale materials as separation agents
  • High-temperature membranes
  • Electrochemical approaches for gas separations
  • Small-scale widely distributed CO2 recovery processes
  • Carbon management through carbon monoxide
  • Novel hydrogen storage concepts

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