Home |  News |  Conferences |  Commodities |  Publications |  Business Directory |  Resources |  Help
Go to the MEI Online homepage

 
Search Site:

MEI Online: General Minerals Engineering: Conference Reports: Ars Separatoria 2007

 
 

Click for more info on Flotation '17

  

The XXIInd International Symposium On Physicochemical Methods Of Separations "Ars Separatoria 2007"
Szklarska Poreba, Poland, June10-14, 2007

This conference was devoted to various techniques of separations such as L-L and S-L extraction, ion-exchange, complexation, flotation and membrane processes, bringing together specialists in separation sciences as well as those working on the syntheses of new materials: sorbents, polymeric resins and polyelectrolytes, membranes etc.

Among sixty participants were: four from Russia, three from Czech Republic, three from Turkey, two from France, two from UK, two from USA, two from Romania, one from Japan and one from Spain.

They presented nine lectures, fifteen oral communications and forty two posters. The lectures were delivered by the following scientists: Spiro D. Alexandratos (CUNY, New York, USA) ‘Ion-Coordinating Polymer-Supported Reagents: Synthesis and Metal Ion Selectivities’; Marek Bryjak (WUT, Wroclaw, POLAND) ‘Plasma modified polymer membranes’; Gerard Cote and Alexandre Chagnes (ENSCP, Paris, FRANCE) ‘Solvent extraction in hydrometallurgy: Pragmatism and science’; Nalan Kabay (Ege University, Izmir, TURKEY) ‘Applications of ion exchange resins for environmental clean-up’; Andrzej Koltuniewicz (WUT, Wroclaw, POLAND) ‘Separation processes with membrane based hybrid systems’; Rosa M. Marcè (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, SPAIN) ‘Trends in sorbents for solid-phase extraction’; Pawel Plucinski (University of Bath, Bath, UNITED KINGDOM) ‘Functionalised Magnetic Fluids for Separation and Targeted Delivery’; Kazuya Uezu (University of Kitakyushu, Kitakyushu, JAPAN) ‘Surface-templated polymers for removal of fluoride ion’.

The Proceedings of the Conference contain an extended abstract of all contributions and have the following ISBN 978-83-7493-317-9.

Dr Andrzej W. Trochimczuk, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland; Email: andrzej.trochimczuk@pwr.wroc.pl

 

 

   

Select the list(s) you'd like to join below, enter your email address, choose a content format and click "Join."
[more info]


MEI Online Update
MEI Online Job Vacancies

HTML Text

© 1998-2017, Minerals Engineering International


Email: amanda@min-eng.com