SEPARATION OF AZEOTROPIC MIXTURES (BENZENE-CYCLOHEXANE; BENZENE-METHANOL) BY SELECTIVE PERMEATION.

J. Stelmaszek, E. Nagy, A. Ujhidy

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Abstract

The separation of benzene-cyclohexane and benzene-methanol mixtures through the polymeric membranes using a permeation method has been studied. The influence of such parameters as kind of membrane, size and shape of molecular chains in hydrocarbons, feed concentration, temperature of process and pressure on the permeate side of the membrane on permeation rate and process selectivity has been discussed. The experiments have been carried out in batch apparatus. The effect of studied parameters on permeation rate and process selectivity are presented graphically.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherHungarian Chemical Soc
Pages90-95
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 1983

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Cyclohexane
Permeation
Benzene
Methanol
Membranes
Polymeric membranes
Hydrocarbons
Experiments
Temperature

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Stelmaszek, J., Nagy, E., & Ujhidy, A. (1983). SEPARATION OF AZEOTROPIC MIXTURES (BENZENE-CYCLOHEXANE; BENZENE-METHANOL) BY SELECTIVE PERMEATION. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 90-95). Hungarian Chemical Soc.

SEPARATION OF AZEOTROPIC MIXTURES (BENZENE-CYCLOHEXANE; BENZENE-METHANOL) BY SELECTIVE PERMEATION. / Stelmaszek, J.; Nagy, E.; Ujhidy, A.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Hungarian Chemical Soc, 1983. p. 90-95.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Stelmaszek, J, Nagy, E & Ujhidy, A 1983, SEPARATION OF AZEOTROPIC MIXTURES (BENZENE-CYCLOHEXANE; BENZENE-METHANOL) BY SELECTIVE PERMEATION. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Hungarian Chemical Soc, pp. 90-95.
Stelmaszek J, Nagy E, Ujhidy A. SEPARATION OF AZEOTROPIC MIXTURES (BENZENE-CYCLOHEXANE; BENZENE-METHANOL) BY SELECTIVE PERMEATION. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Hungarian Chemical Soc. 1983. p. 90-95
Stelmaszek, J. ; Nagy, E. ; Ujhidy, A. / SEPARATION OF AZEOTROPIC MIXTURES (BENZENE-CYCLOHEXANE; BENZENE-METHANOL) BY SELECTIVE PERMEATION. Unknown Host Publication Title. Hungarian Chemical Soc, 1983. pp. 90-95
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