Default: Separation and Purification Technology

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Separation and Purification Technology is a journal indexed in SJR in Analytical Chemistry and Filtration and Separation with an H index of 164. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,279 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,279.

Separation and Purification Technology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: aloe, crossflow, bed, halbach, gaseous, freezedrying, fractionscoagulation, fluorescent, fluid, fixed, ...

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Aims and Scope

aloe, crossflow, bed, halbach, gaseous, freezedrying, fractionscoagulation, fluorescent, fluid, fixed, highgradient, hydrodynamics, hydrometallurgical, indigo, industrial, infrared, laboratory, lamp, lignins, filtrationfeasibility, filtration, fibre, bitternfractional, blue, calculations, carbon, computational, conditions, design, dioxide, dyeing, dynamics, earth, effect, elements, enhanced,

Best articles

A chlorine-free anode for electrodialysis1This paper was presented at the IDA Congress in Madrid, Spain, October 6-9, 1997.1

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A model for adsorption of condensable vapors on nonporous materials

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Adsorption characteristics and separation of taxol from yew tree by NP-HPLC

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An investigation into the use of eelgrass (Zostera noltii) for removal of cupric ions from dilute aqueous solutions

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Analytical separation of scandium (III) from yttrium (III) and lanthanum (III) by tributyl phosphine oxide (TBPO)

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Batch and fixed bed sorption of methylene blue on precursor and QACs modified montmorillonite

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Bifurcation in liquid density-gradient centrifugal separations

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Bio-inspired superhydrophobic and superoleophilic nanofibrous membranes for non-aqueous solvent and oil separation from water

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Cadmium and chromium present in calcium sulfate dihydrate produced by the nitrophosphate process

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Carbon dioxide recovery by vacuum swing adsorption

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Carbon dioxide-air mixtures: mass transfer in recycling packed-bed absorption columns operating under high liquid flow rates

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Caustic recovery from alkaline nuclear waste by an electrochemical separation process

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Cleaning of Indian coals by agglomeration with xylene and hexane

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Control fouling and cleaning procedures of UF membranes by a streaming potential method

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Design of simulated moving bed multicomponent separations: Langmuir systems

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Diffusion of binary mixtures of CF4 and n-alkanes in faujasite

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Direct observation of single- and two-phase flows in spacer filled membrane modules

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Dissolved air precipitation/solvent sublation for oil-field produced water treatment

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Dual superlyophobic zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 modified membrane for controllable oil/water emulsion separation

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Effect of gas transfer on separation of whey protein with aphron flotation

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Effect of mist injection position on particle separation performance of cyclone scrubber

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Effects of Fe(II)/P ratio and pH on phosphorus removal by ferrous salt and approach to mechanisms

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Electro-responsive carbon membranes with reversible superhydrophobicity/superhydrophilicity switch for efficient oil/water separation

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Electrochemical and structural characterizations of an experimental track-etched membrane in KCl solutions

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