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|Title:||COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ZEOLITE AND RESIN ADSORBENTS FOR THE SEPARATION OF FRUCTOSE-GLUCOSE MIXTURES.|
Ching, Chi Bun
Ruthven, Douglas M.
|Source:||Ho, Cecilia,Ching, Chi Bun,Ruthven, Douglas M. (1987-07). COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ZEOLITE AND RESIN ADSORBENTS FOR THE SEPARATION OF FRUCTOSE-GLUCOSE MIXTURES.. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 26 (7) : 1407-1412. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||The kinetics and equilibria of sorption of fructose and glucose on Ca**2** plus ion-exchange resins and Ca**2** plus -exchanged zeolite adsorbents have been studied experimentally by pulse and step chromatographic methods. The best of the resin adsorbents shows a higher equilibrium separation factor than CaY zeolite, but this advantage is largely offset by the greater resistance to mass transfer. Under practical operating conditions in a simulated countercurrent chromatographic separation unit, the resin and zeolite adsorbents show little difference in performance, although the flow conditions required for the two adsorbents are significantly different.|
|Source Title:||Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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