volume 11, issue 6, P509-531 1976
DOI: 10.1080/01496397608085341
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Abstract: The development of a unique chromatographic separation method based on liquid foams is described. The sorption bed is liquid foam moving in a tall vertical column in plug flow manner. The foam is eluted from the top countercurrently to its motion. The mechanism of separation of mixtures is based on adsorption to bubble surface and/or utilizing the foam producing surfactant as a selective carrier. It is shown how this technique can be used for pulse as well as for continuous chromatographic separations. Result…

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