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    STUDIA CHEMIA - Issue no. Special Issue / 2010  
         
  Article:   ALKALINE RECYCLING WITH BOUNDARY LAYER SEPARATION METHOD (BLSM).

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  Abstract:  A new method for the treatment of industrial waste water, called Boundary Layer Separation Method (BLSM) has been developed. The phenomena of ion enrichment in the boundary layer of the electrically charged electrode surface compared to the bulk liquid phase have been applied. The essence of the method is that the boundary layer, at a correctly chosen movement velocity, can be taken out of the waste water without damage, and the ion enriched boundary layer can be recycled. For the experiments a batch and a continuous device were built. Graphite was used as working electrode. The extent of ion transport has been compared in the two devices.

Keywords: boundary layer, electrosorption, cyclic mass transport, graphite electrode 

 
         
     
         
         
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