A Fresh Look At Liquid-Liquid Extraction
Chemical Engineering Magazine / February 1, 1991
Liquid-liquid extraction refers to the process of transferring target solute materials from a feed phase to a solvent phase. This mass-transfer operation can be used in array of applications, including removing high-boiling-point organic materials from wastewater, valuable products from fermentation broths, recovering acetic acid or other hydrogen-bonded organic compounds from water, and more. If you want to learn more about liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) and how it works, feel free to browse through A Fresh Look At Liquid-Liquid Extraction: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, February 1991.