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Annals of Chemical Science Research

Nanostructure-Based LLE Separation: Regulatory Considerations and Safety Evaluation

  • Open or CloseRahmdel Delcheh Sh1*, Pourvahabi Anbari A2,3, Verpoort F4,5 and Serge Zhuiykov3,6

    1Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Guilan, Iran

    2Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Ghent University, Belgium

    3Center for Environmental and Energy Research (CEER), Ghent University Global Campus, South Korea

    4Laboratory of Organometallics, Catalysis and Ordered Materials, State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan University of Technology, China

    5National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Lenin Avenue 30, Russia

    6Department of Solid-State Sciences, Faculty of Science, Ghent University, Belgium

    *Corresponding author:Rahmdel Delcheh Sh, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran

Submission: July 20, 2023;Published: August 21, 2023

ISSN : 2688-8394
Volume4 Issue3

DOI: 10.31031/ACSR.2023.04.000585


The pharmaceutical, petrochemical and environmental remediation industries all rely heavily on liquid-liquid equilibrium (LLE) separations. The effectiveness and efficiency of traditional LLE methods are frequently questioned. The incorporation of nanostructures into LLE systems has shown promise in recent years as a means to circumvent these restrictions. Using nanostructures in LLE separations has the potential to solve the issues of efficiency and cost that have plagued traditional techniques. Nanostructures offer many advantages for liquid-liquid phase separation if their large surface area, variable surface chemistry, and improved mass transfer capabilities can be put to use. This brief review is a helpful tool for scientists and engineers curious about the promising possibilities presented by nanostructured LLE separations.

Keywords:Liquid-liquid equilibrium (LLE) separations; Nanostructures; Efficiency; Cost-effectiveness; Large surface area

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