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Overview of bioseparations engineering
1.1. Introduction
1.2. What is separated in bioseparation?
1.3. Economic importance of bioseparation
1.4. Nature of bioseparation
1.5. Basis of separation in bioseparation processes
1.6. Physical forms separated in bioseparation
1.7. Bioseparation techniques
1.8. The RIPP scheme
1.9. Example of bioseparation
1.10. Current trends in the bioseparation
Properties of biological material
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Size
2.3. Molecular weight
1A. Diffusivity
2.5. Sedimentation coefficient
2.6. Osmotic pressure
2.7. Electrostatic charge
2.8. Solubility
2.9. Partition coefficient
2.10. Light absorption
2.11. Fluorescence
6.4. Ultracentrifugation
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Solvent systems
7.3. Theory of extraction
7.4. Aqueous two-phase extraction
7.5. Batch extraction
7.7. Batch extraction using partially miscible solvents
7.9. Staged counter-current extraction
7.10. Differential extraction
7.11. Supercritical fluid extraction
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Adsorbents
8.3. Separation mechanisms
8.4. Adsorption isotherms
8.5. Diffusional limitations in adsorption processes
8.6. Batch adsorption
8.7. Packed bed adsorption
8.8. Other types of adsorption devices
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Chromatography system
9.4. Shape and yield of a chromatographic peak
9.6. Hydrodynamic chromatography
10.1. Introduction
10.2. Theory of filtration
10.3. Filter medium
10.4. Driving force
10.5. Constant pressure cake filtration
10.6. Constant rate cake filtration
10.7. Improvement of filtration efficiency
10.8. Mode of operation
10.9. Filtration equipment
Membrane based bioseparation
11.1. Introduction
11.2. Classification of membrane processes
11.3. Membrane equipment
11.4. Ultrafiltration
11.5. Microfiltration
11.6. Dialysis
11.7. Liquid membrane processes
11.8. Membrane chromatography
Miscellaneous bioseparation processes
12.1. Introduction
12.2. Electrophoresis
12.3. Affinity ultrafiltration
12.4. Field-flow fractionation
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17353675 Principles of Bio Separations

17353675 Principles of Bio Separations

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