New Directions in Sorption Technology by George E. Keller II

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Many possible technological directions. Requires technology advocates. Use-Wise, What is Going On One or only a few uses envisioned. Reluctance on the part of plants to commercialize. 2 Innovation/ optimization Technological directions become focused. Rapid improvement in performance. Rapid expansion in number of uses commercialized. Acceptance by plants. " 3 Optimization Technology becomes standardized to one or a very few embodiments. Fil1-in-thegaps research. Slowdown in the rate of improvement.

Keller II Sorption processes, including adsorption, ion exchange and chromatography, have been practiced for many years, and the first two - the subjects of this paper - have been operated commercially for many years. Uses for these processes are astonishingly broad. Technologically, however, these processes have become somewhat mature, and it can be expected that continued research on their engineering embodiments will bring less and less improvement per unit of effort expended. On the other hand, there appears to be much that can be done regarding improved sorbents, and research in this direction can be much more fruitful.

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Faust, S. ; Aly, 0. M. Absorption Processes for Water Treatment; Butterworth Publishers: Stoneham, MA. Flank, W. , Ed. Adsorption and Ion Exchange with Synthetic Zeolites; ACS Symposium Series No. 135, American Chemical Society: Washington, 1980. Hutchins, R. A. In Handbook of Separation Techniques for Chemical Engineers; Schweitzer, P. ; McGraw-Hill: New York, 1979; p 1-415. Keller, G. ; Anderson, R. ; Yon, C. M. " In Handbook of Separation Process Technology; Rousseau, R.

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