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Recent Advances in Separation Techniques-III. Li, Norman . ed. Published by NY: American Institute of Chemical Engineers (1986). ISBN 10: 0816903921 ISBN 13: 9780816903924.
Bibliographic Details. Title: Recent Developments in Separation Science,. Publisher: CRC Press. Publication Date: 1977. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. Book Type: Ex-Library. Visit Seller's Storefront.
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Norman N. Li (Chinese: 黎念之; pinyin: Lí Niànzhī; born December 28, 1932 in Shanghai), is a Chinese-American engineer and scientist famous for his inventions and development of liquid membrane technologies. Li graduated from the National Taiwan University in 1954. Li went to continue his study in the United States, received . ng in Chemical Engineering from the Wayne State University in 1957 and PhD from Stevens Institute of Technology in 1963
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The important topics of controlled release of chemicals from polymeric devices and removal of volatile monomers from addition polymers such as poly(vinyl chloride) and poly(acrylonitrile) are also treated here.
This paper presents a potentially new use of polymeric membranes for the separation of hydrocarbon mixtures. This type of separation by membranes has large potential applications in fields such as petrochemicals, synthetic fuels and enviornmental systems. The focus of this work has been on solvent deasphalting processes as used in the petrochemical industry. The study has shown that UF membranes can be stable in the hydrocarbon environment at least up to 50 degree C and can give fluxes of 10 to 15 gal/ft 2-D with solvent/oil selectivities of 3 to 10.
The clear separation of ANC-A and ANC-B ancestries is further supported by the sharing of unambiguous, derived haplotype .
The clear separation of ANC-A and ANC-B ancestries is further supported by the sharing of unambiguous, derived haplotype segments in modern Surui and Pima populations (27) with both the ASO (CK-13) and Anzick-1 individuals (fig. S5) (15). The results of this analysis are consistent with ancient substructure and a separation of at least a few thousand years between the ANC-A and ANC-B populations prior to merging (fig. S6) (15).