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Separation Technology Research

Overview

The research has emphasized on enhancement of selectivity for extracting metal ions with similar charge; i.e. ions of metals in the lanthanide and actinide series which are found in certain parts of the country. Both chemical reaction and simultaneous extraction/stripping have been utilized for the research. Separation of gaseous mixtures with adsorption has also been studied in order to reduce energy consumption of separation processes, especially removal of dilute impurities and relatively low temperature separation. In addition, various adsorbents have been produced from local resources; i.e. volcanic rock and agricultural waste, under appropriate conditions, in particular at low temperature.

Research Interest


Development of hybrid aerobic/anaerobic bioreactor systems for biological wastewater treatment, and bioprocess (e.g. food processing and cell cultivation).
Water resource utilization and reuse

Contact

Department of Chemical Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University
Payathai Road, Pathumwan Bangkok, 10330

Telephone 662.218.6864
Fax 662.218.6877
Email Kasidit.N@chula.ac.th

Publications

Praserthdam, S., Balbuena P. B. Evaluation of dry reforming reaction catalysts via computational screening. 2018. Catalysis Today 312 (Special issue Computational Catalysis at NAM25) , 23-34.

Sunsandee, N., Phatanasri, S., Ramakul, P., Pancharoen, U. Thermodynamic parameters and isotherm application on enantiomeric separation of levofloxacin using hollow fiber supported liquid membrane system. 2018. Separation and Purification Technology 195 , 377-387.

Wannachod, T., Hronec, M., Soták, T., Fulajtárová, K., Pancharoen, U., Nootong, K. Influence of salt concentration on solubility and tie-line data for the system: Formic acid + n-butanol + water. 2018. Separation Science and Technology (Philadelphia) 53 (6) , 990-998.

Banjerdteerakul, K., Vas-Umnuay, P., Pavarajarn, V. Synthesis of mesoporous tin dioxide via sol-gel process assisted by resorcinol–formaldehyde gel. 2018. Particuology 37 , 26-32.

Chokbunpiam, T., Fritzsche, S., Parasuk, V., Caro, J., Assabumrungrat, S. Molecular simulations of a CO2/CO mixture in MIL-127. 2018. Chemical Physics Letters 696 , 86-91.


People

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Lecturers
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Ph.D.
Students
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M.Eng.
Students