Tuesday, April 8, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Room 392 (New Orleans Convention Center)

Topical 5: IMRET-10: 10th International Conference on Microreaction Technology (T5)

#103 - Separation (T5010)
Separation processes play an important role in chemistry. Contrariwise separation processes in microstructured devices are not as developed as microreactors. Reports about any progress in the field of e.g. distillation, extraction, adsorption and absorption as well as membrane processes using microstructures are expected in this session.
Chair:Takehiko Kitamori
CoChair:Jaap C. Schouten
8:30 AMMicrochip-Based Sensitive and Fast Gas Analysis System by Gas/liquid Two Phase Flow and Thermal Lens Microscope
Kazuma Mawatari, Arata Aota, Yoshikuni Kikutani, Nobuyuki Hanaoka, Takehiko Kitamori
8:55 AMSeparation of Ethane-Ethylene in High Flux Microchannels
Ravi Arora, Anna Lee Tonkovich, Maddalena Fanelli, Laura Silva, Jennifer Marco, Daniel Weidert, Jeff Marco, Paul Neagle, Thomas Hickey
9:20 AMGucha-Gucha Extraction Microchip
Akihide Hibara, Ko Kasai, Takehiko Kitamori
9:45 AMSynthesis of Porous Silica with Unique Morphology in Narrow Passages Using the Ice Templating Method
Shin R. Mukai, Shinya Murata, Kazufusa Onodera, Aiko Eguchi, Hiroo Wada, Kenzo Kotera
10:10 AMUsing Microreactors for Liquid-Liquid Extraction of Vanillin
Donata M. Fries, Tobias Voitl, Philipp Rudolf von Rohr
10:35 AMApplication of Microchannel Device for Enrichment of Electrolytes
Ken-Ichiro Sotowa, Keiji Kume, Kaname Takagi, Rie Tomiya, Shigeru Sugiyama, Keizo Nakagawa

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