Details

Title

Efficiency of acetone-butanol-ethanol-water system separation by pervaporation

Journal title

Chemical and Process Engineering

Yearbook

2012

Issue

No 1 March

Authors

Keywords

pervaporation ; biobutanol ; quaternary system

Divisions of PAS

Nauki Techniczne

Coverage

131-140

Publisher

Polish Academy of Sciences Committee of Chemical and Process Engineering

Date

2012

Type

Artykuły / Articles

Identifier

DOI: 10.2478/v10176-012-0012-3 ; ISSN 0208-6425

Source

Chemical and Process Engineering; 2012; No 1 March; 131-140

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Editorial Board

Editorial Board

Ali Mesbach, UC Berkeley, USA

Anna Gancarczyk, Institute of Chemical Engineering, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Anna Trusek, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland

Bettina Muster-Slawitsch, AAE Intec, Austria

Daria Camilla Boffito, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada

Donata Konopacka-Łyskawa, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland

Dorota Antos, Rzeszów University of Technology, Poland

Evgeny Rebrov, University of Warwick, UK

Georgios Stefanidis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Ireneusz Grubecki, Bydgoszcz Univeristy of Science and Technology, Poland

Johan Tinge, Fibrant B.V., The Netherlands

Katarzyna Bizon, Cracow University of Technology, Poland

Katarzyna Szymańska, Silesian University of Technology, Poland

Marcin Bizukojć, Łódź University of Technology, Poland

Marek Ochowiak, Poznań University of Technology, Poland

Mirko Skiborowski, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany

Nikola Nikacevic, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Rafał Rakoczy, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Poland

Richard Lakerveld, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

Tom van Gerven, KU Leuven, Belgium

Tomasz Sosnowski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland



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