INITIAL TIME STIRRED PROTEIN ULTRAFILTRATION STUDIES WITH PARTIALLY PERMEABLE MEMBRANES.

T. Swaminathan, M. Chaudhury, K. K. Sirkar

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Abstract

In the reported experiments, initial time unsteady stirred ultrafiltration studies of solvent flux and solute retention have been carried out with two proteins, BSA and ovalbumin, and membranes XM 100 A and XM 300, both being partially permeable to the solutes. It is shown that the time to attain a steady state solvent flux depends primarily on the applied pressure and solute bulk concentration with minor contributions from membrane permeability and solute size. Initial time solute retentions are shown to be considerably lower than the steady state values reported in membrane manufacturers' catalogs. The solute retentions depend on applied pressure and bulk concentration in a manner suggested by Blatt, et al.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalPolymer Science and Technology
Volume13
DOIs
StatePublished - 1980
Externally publishedYes
EventUltrafiltr Membr and Appl, Proc of the Symp at Natl Meet of ACS, 178th - Washington, DC, USA
Duration: Sep 9 1979Sep 14 1979

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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