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Molecular Sieving other than Dialysis

  • N. K. Boardman
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Part of the Modern Methods of Plant Analysis / Moderne Methoden der Pflanzenanalyse book series (PFLANZENANAL., volume 5)

Abstract

The concept of molecular sieving is best illustrated by the well known process of dialysis, although a consideration of dialysis itself is excluded from this article. The dialysis membrane consists essentially of a series of pores and molecules which are not able to enter the pores because of their size may be separated from the smaller molecules which are able to pass through the membrane.

Keywords

Molecular Sieve Divinyl Benzene Mannuronic Acid Pyrophosphoric Acid Mixed Resin 
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