Production of Asymmetrical Particles in a Crystallization Process Using Liquid-Liquid Interfaces

元データ 2007-03-01 社団法人 化学工学会

概要

NaCl crystals were precipitated on a liquid–liquid interface and control of the NaCl crystal shape could be realised. The interface between NaCl aqueous solution and 1-butanol, which show phase separation for small solubility of water and 1-butanol into each other, was used as a crystallization field. Asymmetric NaCl crystals could be created on the interface for changing of NaCl concentration due to mutual diffusion between two solvents. The particle size distribution could be controlled by changing the contact time between the NaCl solution and 1-butanol. The growth rate of NaCl crystals was varied with the concentration of the NaCl solution.

著者

TANIDA Satoshi Department of Gastroenterology and Metabolism, Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sci
Shimosaka Atsuko Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Doshisha University
Shirakawa Yoshiyuki Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Doshisha University
Hidaka Jusuke Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Doshisha University
Hidaka Jusuke Department Of Chemical Engineering And Materials Science Doshisha University
Hidaka Jusuke Department Of Chemical Engineering And Material Science Faculty Of Science Engineering Doshisha Univ
KADOTA Kazunori Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Doshisha University
Shirakawa Yoshiyuki Department Of Chemical Engineering And Materials Science Doshisha University
Shirakawa Y Osaka Univ. Osaka
Shirakawa Yoshiyuki Department Of Materials Science And Processing Faculty Of Engineering Osaka University
Hidaka J Department Of Chemical Engineering And Materials Science Doshisha University
Kadota Kazunori Department Of Chemical Engineering And Materials Science Doshisha University
Tanida Satoshi Department Of Chemical Engineering And Materials Science Doshisha University
Shimosaka A Department Of Chemical Engineering And Materials Science Doshisha University
Shimosaka Atsuko Department Of Chemical Engineering And Materials Science Doshisha University
Kadota Kazunori Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Nephrology, and Neurology, Faculty of Medicine and Dialysis Unit, University Hospital of The Ryukyus and Okinawa General Health Maintenance Association

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