The main difference of SX from all types of chromatography is that the separation occurs in a continuous mode, not in a periodical one. Utilizing the continuous mode ensures 10−100 times rise of the process performance avoiding the complexities associated with the need to evaporate the eluent.
The examples of successful technologies
→ Separation of leucine / isoleucine pair
→ Separation of monophosphates/biphosphates mixture
→ Separation of isomeric ammonium salts
The average performance of the laboratory extractors is from 50 to 250 g/h, of the pilot units — up to 10 kg/h
Solvent extraction can be used as a method of concentrating substances from dilute aqueous solutions formed after ion exchange processes or reverse phase chromatography.
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