International Journal of Membrane Science and Technology

Volume 2 Special Issue


 Table of Contents

 November, 2015


Membrane Technology in Green Processing and Separation of Products

Guest Editor

Monwar Hossain, MD

Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering
United Arab University, UAE

A Vegetable Oil-based Green Process for the Membrane Extraction of Ionic SolutesPages 1-13
M. Hossain


Effect of inclusion of 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium trifluoromethanesulfonate on CO2 and N2permeabilities for PVDF and PVDF-HFP membranes Pages 14-20
Takashi Makino, Mitsuhiro Kanakubo and Tadashi Uragami


Ibuprofen Recovery from Aqueous Solutions by Supported Liquid Membranes Pages 21-29
Teresa A. Razo-Lazcano, Yessica López-Munive, M. Pilar González-Muñoz, Liliana Villafaña-López, Liliana Hernández-Perales and Mario Avila-Rodriguez


Mechanics and pervaporation performance of ionic liquid modified CNT based SBR membranes - a case study for the separation of toluene/heptane Mixtures Pages 30-38
Jiji Abraham, Thomasukutty Jose, Soney C George, Nandakumar Kalarikkal and Sabu Thomas


Separation of 1,3-Propanediol by Nanofiltration Method Pages 39-44
Seda Eristurk Ozture, Nalan Kabay, Bulent Keskinler and Nuri Azbar


Theoretical Analysis of Butane Isomers Separation using Various Membrane Process Configurations Pages 45-54
Abbas Aghaeinejad-Meybodi, Kamran Ghasemzadeh
, A.A. Babaluo and Angelo Basile


Hydrophilic nanocomposite membranes for the pervaporation separation of water - ethanol azeotropic mixtures Pages 55-61
Thomasukutty Jose, Soney C George and Sabu Thomas

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